We’re back from Dalguise and straight into working on our presentation for the P6 pupils and parents.
Each group needs to
- Write at least 3 paragraphs that explain what the activity was, what the challenges were, how you managed to achieve success
- Save your paragraphs in ‘my documents’
- Copy & paste your section as a comment on this post
- Make a title for the photo board for your activity
- Make a A4 poster about your activity
- Decide who will read which section
- Practise your presentation
In class we have been talking about different quotes and they have really got us thinking.
Here are some of them.
If you are part of it you put your heart into it!
You can’t blend in when you were born to stand out.
Your deeds are your monuments.
Can you add any quotes that have made you think? Do your family know any? Add them here and tell us what they make you think of and we will discuss them in class.
In Health and Wellbeing we have been thinking about a special place that makes us feels happy.
Mrs Harrison’s is her bedroom. She likes to snuggle down with a good book and a cup of tea and she likes to shut the door and have a bit of peace and quiet!
Tell us about your happy place. Where is it? What do you do there and what does it make you feel?
A red pair of tweezers like this has gone missing in P3B. Its brothers and sisters are really missing it and would like to find it so we don’t have to share them. Any information on the whereabouts of the red pair of tweezers should be directed to Mrs Dundas. Thank you!
We played a game in class, for ordering and comparing numbers. We enjoyed it so much that we wanted it on the blog so we can play at home too!
As part of our work on Cultures we have been looking at some of the cultures that we belong to and their values, customs and rules. For homework we designed a poster or PowerPoint on these cultures. Click on the links below to have a look at some of these.
Neves poster p6a
We have been learning lots about the Egyptians. They used pictures called Hieroglyphs to write. We used dough to make our favourite hieroglyphs. Can you tell what letters these are?
We are having great fun thinking like scientists. Today we got some fizzy water and put sultanas in it.
We observed the sultanas. We saw them dance, jump, and float up and down.
They were covered in fizzy bubbles. The fizzy bubbles were full of gas.
We are learning that water can be a liquid, a solid and a gas. But the gas is steam and it is too hot for us to have in the classroom. So we looked at some gas we could see safely.
Our very first day in P3B we went outside with ice and water and we compared them. What a lot of similarities and differences we noticed. We are VERY OBSERVANT scientists and we are learning to compare.
In ELC we have been having fun exploring lots of different Traditional Tales. We have done lots of different activities and ways to telling the stories, take a look and let us know what you think!
We have made our tuff spot into a “3little pigs” area, where children have been brilliant at using their imagination to act out the story with the props.
There are various fairy tale jigsaws that children have loved working together in small groups or pairs to complete.
Our home are has been turned into the “3 bears” house and there is different sized bowls, beds and bears for role play.
We have had some uncooked porridge oats in our tuff tray along with some numbers for children to explore numbers and practice pouring with bowls like the 3 bears. We also had porridge for snack one day!
In our Story corner, we have had a 3 bears story sack as another opportunity for children to act out the story.
We welcomed parents/carers in to share a story with us at the end of the day, and have read lots of other Traditional Tales at story times.
We have also explored stories on the smart board in the library in the school and through drama inn the gym hall!