Draw a picture that is going to put a smile on the face of everyone in your house. Put as much detail in it as you can. Go on, make everyone smile. Send a photo to the school email so that you can make me smile too!
We made soup using the vegetables from Scholland Farm. First we washed the vegetables ready for peeling.
Then we carefully peeled the carrots and parsnip. We peeled away from us to help keep our hands safe from harm and we did it carefully.
We added the onion to our pan. Mrs Inkster chopped that for us and it made her eyes water!
Then we chopped some carrots and parsnip.
Some of us watched while others prepared the vegetables.
Then we chopped and added some neep .
Next it was the broccoli and cauliflower.
Then we put the soup on to cook. We decided to have vegetable soup and lentil soup using the vegetables too.
While it was cooking we were being good listeners and following instructions for our activity.
We had a break and tried some raw carrot and raw neep. Some of us had never tasted raw neep before and it was delicious!
Once the soup was cooked we tried the lentil soup first. We thought that was delicious.
Then we tried the vegetable soup. Some of us didn’t like it but some of us like it so much we had another bowl!
It’s been a busy morning in our class but we really enjoyed using the vegetables that we got from the farm and we all agree that it tastes great when we know and have seen where the produce comes from.
Today we have been learning about constellations. We listened to the story of Orion the Hunter and went outside to try and make our own Orions using shells and chalk on the playground.
However, it was a bit too windy today and some shells (and our paper copies of the constellation) were blowing away! Well done P1/2 for having a go and working well with friend to make Orion!
Jasmin chose the Fine Motor Skills “Moon Shoes” activity when playing today. She was very proud that she had tied the laces by herself, well done Jasmin! This is an excellent skill to learn and now you can be a helper for all those laces that become undone in P1/2!
We made aliens today for our soft start activity. Later on we described them to a friend to see if they could draw the aliens without seeing them first. They only had our descriptions to go by! It was quite tricky but everyone did so well!
This morning, we started the day by adding watercolour paint on to our wax resist, night time sky. Our pictures will accompany writing we’ll do based on the story, “The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark.” Everybody thoroughly enjoyed seeing the magical stars appear through the paint. Somebody even said, “I wish we could start everyday like this!” We look forward to experimenting with more colours as we finish our owl painting.
While looking through iPad photos, I found the two photos below, taken by Mrs Henderson on Art day. They made me instantly smile and feel proud of our P1/2 pupils and how kind and supportive of one another they are! Keep looking out for each other P1/2!!
P1/2 have started to prepare for World Book Day. We have read and enjoyed “Robot Rumpus!” by S.Taylor and R.Collins. Today, the children were asked to think about what jobs they would like a robot to help them with. They named their robots and started to create them using different craft materials. The next step will be to write about what their robot does for them, to accompany their pictures. Here are a few photos of our work in progress!
P1/2 were excited to prepare for advent by helping to create our Kindness Wreath. Each day, we read out a different act of kindness that it is hoped they will try to carry out at school. Please see your child’s diary for suggested acts of kindness that they could do at home during the weekends too! As well as our class wreath, each child received a note home asking them to contribute to our Food Bank on a given day. We are very grateful to you for supporting us with this.
This week, we have listened to the very popular Stick Man story by Julia Donaldson. We have sequenced parts of the story and have used it to help us revise some of our sounds. P2 have enjoyed making small books with pictures and writing. We have also been using parts of the story to help us with our number work. Today, we looked at the family tree picture in detail and started to draw our own black pen pictures. Sadly, it was too wet for us to look for our own stick men in the garden! Maybe tomorrow!