Saying the Scots poems and sharing them with P2B
Maths is challenging but, I can still do it.
Saying my poem to an audience.
When I am joining up my letters in handwriting it looks much neater now.
I was pleased to be one of the five winners of the Scots poetry
competition in my class.
One of the P2A boys worked very hard at the weekend with his Dad and brother to make this amazing bridge from lolly sticks.
How many lolly sticks do you think the bridge has?
Our topic is weather and what an exciting week we had last week. This helped us to think about some of the questions we were asked at the beginning of the topic.
How can we predict the weather?
What can we do to prepare for different types of weather?
Do we have to wear special clothes in different types of weather?
What happened to our school week when it snowed heavily?
Was it all fun in the snow or could it be dangerous? How did you stay safe?
Today P2 buddied up with P5 classes. We introduced ourselves to each other then we shared our favourite books.
The best part ? Having playtime together with our buddy.
In class and at home we have been learning two poems and exploring the Scots language.
We are enjoying learning our poems, sharing them with others and taking advice to help us to improve our performance.
We have also been learning how pace, expression and gesture can make a big difference to the success of our recital.