We worked with Mrs Wilkinson this week to make snowdrops using a concertina folding effect. Snowdrops are known as the flower of hope as they can be seen so early in Spring. Our pictures have brightened up our classroom window.
We have been learning to divide by 2 this week. Click on the links below for some games that will help you to practice dividing by 2. (choose dividing by 2) Remember to keep up the practice of 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 times tables too!
We had a great time on World Book Day. We spent some time in the morning reading some books from the library that we hadn’t read before. In the afternoon, we listened to The Day the Crayons Came Home by Drew Daywalt. We imagined we were one of the crayons and wrote a message to Duncan. We made crayon hats then went on a book scavenger hunt in the playground. We loved it!
We have been finding out about our skeletons and we put name labels on our skeletons to help us to learn the names of some of the bones. We also used art straws to create our own skeleton pictures. We listened to the ‘Skeleton Dance’ song and did the actions. It was fun!
Primary 3 spent the afternoon exploring Drew Daywalt and Oliver Jeffers books about Crayons. We thought they were really funny and hopefully Duncan will start to look after them now he knows how they feel about being out of their packet and away from their friends.
We enjoyed working out what colour of crayon we are and we really were a mixture of colours. Just like a real packet of crayons.
We chose our own favourite coloured crayon and will write a postcard to Duncan in this colour. The crayons can be quite funny so we are looking forward to writing in this style.
We designed our own mood monsters in green, yellow, blue and red colours. We are linking them to the Zones of Regulation colours.
Green = calm and happy
Yellow= getting a little cross but, in control of my emotions
Red= cross and angry
Blue= sad and low
Our mood monsters will help us to express how we are feeling very quickly. Our little buddies will help us to explore how we are feeling. Already we have seen that we don’t all feel the same way at the same time in our classroom.
Our mood monsters might change colour throughout the day and that is okay too.