Information on the latest events within this class will appear here.
This term we have enjoyed making phones as part of our topic work on Alexander Graham Bell.
In RME we learned about the festival of Eid -Ul-Adha and decorated hands with Menhdi patterns.
We have been using the trundle wheel to measure the playground.
We also went on a ‘Noun Hunt’ around the area.
Our maths challenge was to create a fish around half a metre long.
We also had fun in our groups making a bridge using newspaper and sellotape.
P3c recently held an open afternoon when they built with Lego and modelled using Play-Doh. They enjoyed showing their skills to their parents.
Our Burns finalist were Lucy Eastwood (2nd), Eilidh Clark (1st) and Kara Weetman (3rd)
Along with P3A and P3B we demonstrated the change of state between solids, liquids and gases by moving around in the dining hall.
We enjoyed practising our common words by playing a game called ‘Race to the Finish’.
For outdoor learning we joined up with the other P3 classes and created a huge castle using natural materials.
We had fun playing ‘Pass the Haggis’ during our Taste of Scotland afternoon.
During World Book Week we had a visit from the author Lynne Donohoe. We were interested to hear about how she began writing and about her forthcoming book about a Scottish Princess.
Our mystery reader during Book Week was Mrs McLarnon. We all enjoyed her story and wish we could have more mystery readers throughout the year!
Our Science Afternoon involved experiments with sweets! We were melting chocolate, stretching strawberry laces, investigating floating and sinking and making rainbow patterns with Skittles! We had fun but it was difficult not to eat the sweets!
The Glasgow Science Centre team visited on the 23rd March. The theme was Go Oxygen Go! We enjoyed the interactive show which told us all about the importance of oxygen for our bodies.
Recently at Structured Activities we were busy with art work.
We used pastel chalks to draw a still life picture of Mrs McMillan’s colourful vase.
In the classroom, using wax crayons, we drew an imaginary farm with lots of different patterned fields. Our next task will be to cover it with a colour wash to create a nice effect.
Mrs Kaye gave us packets of vegetable seeds to sow. We could choose between cauliflower, cabbage, tomatoes and aubergines. Some of them have begun to grow already.
Kara was very successful at a recent Tae Kwon Do competition. She managed to achieve not one but three medals! Excellent achievement Kara!
P3C had great fun at the Outdoor Education event!