We were very excited to receive some new books for our class library which we had chosen from our Book Fair. We look forward to sharing them together and using our reading skills to help us to complete different activities related to our new books.
Last week we had a Garden stay and play where we welcomed in parents/carer to help in our garden.
Our helpers were digging, weeding, planting potatoes, building a greenhouse and enjoying some new areas in our garden.
A huge thank you to all the helpers, our garden is looking great!
In the next few weeks we are hoping to plant some more vegetables and plants – Any donations would be gratefully received!
Primary 1 has been learning about the properties of 3D shapes. We have been exploring the key features of spheres, cylinders, cubes, cuboids, cones and pyramids. We enjoyed investigating and sorting which shapes roll and which do not.
We made the most of the lovely weather on Monday by venturing round to the P3/4 playground and using the Big Blue Blocks to build structures. We also used the smaller wooden and plastic blocks to make houses, castles and bridges.
Which 3D shapes can you find in your home?
How many faces does the shape have? Are the faces round or flat? Does it roll?
This term we are learning about recycling and have already started recycling our food waste from snack time.
Primary 4B have also been learning about recycling and have been writing their own stories about this.
They welcomed us up to the class to share their stories with the ELC children, we loved it!
Thanks to Mrs Stevenson and P4B