Primary 6a have been learning about the the parts of the body in French – Les Parties du Corps. We had a really fun lesson where the children had to label each other with the correct words in French. There was lots of laughter during the activity – and lots of learning going on too!
Recently our class has been learning about the International children’s games. We had to do posters in I.C.T about the games. We found out that over 1,500 competitors from over the world aged 12-15 will be taking part. The games will include discus, javelin, racing, long jump and many more.
It has been fun learning about the international games and I hope that everyone taking part has fun and does well.
I was working with Miss Schoenhofen and we decided to finish our lost dog and we put in paw prints in our lost dog poster. I put in a paw print cake with red paw prints. It was really fun.
Morgan and the other Illustrators made posters on the computers a while ago and have just uploaded them to the P6 Blog. Please take a look and leave a comment or two. Here’s Morgan’s:
I found a lost dog and I found it at the park. Someone lost it.
Someone lost a dog in the park. They must be worried so I made a poster.
I have written a poem and I want to share it with you.
I really like reading because its fun and exciting. The book is Wellington square.
In reading today the authors(my reading group) were writing about the Queens nose. Mr. Clark put two Questions on the board and we had two write a paraghraph answring the questions in our language jotter. The two questions were Do you think Harmony is selfish and Do you think it was a satisfactory ending. . We had to put lots of detail in our paraghraph and I wrote two pages. Then we had to stick our censory image into our jotter. We had been working on the censory image for a while. We used A4 paper and I done mine like a tree. I used three pens for beggining, middle and end. It was really fun reading The Queens Nose and i enjoyed doing reading today.
As part of our Interdisciplinary topic on The Victorians, P6B made traditional Victorian bread. We started the morning using our maths skills to measure and weigh the ingredients, then using the clock we timed how long each part of the process would take. We also used our language skills to write about our experience of making bread in the traditional way.
The class had a fantastic time baking but now realise the hard work that went into making just one loaf of bread, I doubt any of the boys or girls would like to be a Victorian kitchen maid and get up at 4am to start cooking. please look at our pictures below and leave some comments for the class.