Tag Archive for 'Rainforest'

Tribal Art by P5

Primary 5 have been doing the Rainforest as their topic and have completed some excellent art work. Below is an animoto video of some of their tribal art. I think this is something to be proud of!! The video takes a few seconds to begin after pressing play, it looks like it isn’t going to work but it does. Be patient it is worth it to see primary 5’s fantastic work!! 😀

Tribal Art

Homework Blog Post

I would recomend the rainforest topic to another class because there is lots of interesting things to learn and see and also because there is fun things to do for it.I have alreay done the rainforest topic and it is great.

Thats all bye bye

Rachael Clarke

Response to Billy Bear 2

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By Kim Lambert

Billy Bear 2 – Replying to Kim

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Homework 29/03/11

Would you recommend the rainforest topic to another class?

Yes, it is a very interesting topic and people in our school should know about the rainforest. They should know what is happening in the rainforest like logging, animals in danger and much more.

Rachel Donald p5

Kim’s Personal Project – The Rainforest

Kim\’s Personal Project

The video takes about 20 seconds to move on from the first slide, but it is worth watching. Well done Kim on producing an excellent Personal Project.

Miss Docherty

Rainforest Art

The video shows a small selection of our work we have been doing on the rainforest. We will post most of our rainforest art soon!! 😀

Rainforest Art

Rainforests

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By Jenifer

The Two Miss Dochertys

On Wednesday 2nd March we had a visit from Miss Docherty’s sister who is a teacher at Golfhill Primary. She is also called Miss Docherty and we thought that this was going to be really strange, but it wasn’t.

Miss Docherty brought a lesson for us to do on the smartboard. We had to match up the four layers of the rainforest and use the rubber to reveal the answer. The easiest layer to remember is the emergent layer because it has the tallest trees and it also has the sky in it. We enjoyed doing this task.

Smartboard Lesson with Miss Docherty

After this Miss Docherty talked to us about the different layers and then we did an annotated rainforest diagram, showing each of the layers with a description of each layer beside it.

Primary 6 at Golfhill Primary learned about the rainforest last term and raised money to sponsor 5 endangered animals. Miss Docherty brought the mascots along for our class to meet.

We also had a chance to look at some of the Primary 6 personal projects and we thought that they were fantastic.

We would like to say thankyou to Miss Docherty and hope that she will come back and visit us soon.

You can visit Miss Docherty’s Class Blog at http://glo.li/hdPR3B

Miss Docherty and The Brilliant Bloggers

Slash and burn

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By Kim,Abby,Nicole




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