We have had a busy few days since our last update. In numeracy we’ve been continuing to work hard on addition sums with missing numbers and in maths we’ve started to learn how to tell the time in digital. Why not ask your child if they can tell you the time in digital (half past or o’clock)? We have just started this and will continue learning about it over the next few weeks.
We have learned five new wordboost words this week. Why not ask your child if they remember what they are and what they mean?
In science we did an experiment to see where ice would melt fastest. We placed four icecubes in different places and after making our predictions we checked how quickly they were melting and recorded our results. We found that the ice cube on the windowsill melted quickest and the one in the freezer didn’t change at all!
We are continuing to learn about cold countries as part of our new topic and have drawn cold country landscapes with glaciers, mountains, tundra and northern lights.
We are really impressed with how well everyone has learned their poems. Thank you for your support with this. Everyone will have the opportunity to perform their poem in front of the class on Wednesday and we will then choose two children from each class to perform in front of the school in the assembly on Friday.
We will be sharing homework in class on Thursday. Please can you make sure homework is completed and returned by then?
Mrs Muir’s class assembly will take place on Tuesday 12th February and the children will come home with their lines shortly this week.
Miss Rafferty’s class assembly will take place a bit later on the 12th March.
Thank you for all your support,
Mrs Muir and Miss Rafferty.