Primary 2 – 26 May 2020

Good Morning Primary 2,

How are you all today? It looks like it is set to be another beautiful day. On the whole we have been very lucky with the weather during lockdown. On Thursday’s blog we are going to explore sun safety as hopefully this good weather is set to continue throughout June and July.

You may not know but today is National Paper Airplane day! We hadn’t even realised there was such a day but thought it might be fun to include it in today’s post. Paper airplanes have fascinated children and adults alike around the globe for generations. The day is usually celebrated with contests in two basic flight categories: distance and time in air. We have included instructions on how to make a basic paper airplane. Your grown-ups may have a better way of making one so ask them! See if you can persuade your siblings or adults to make one too and take them outside to race! As stated above there are two options – the winner could be the one that travels the furthest or the one that stays in the air the longest. You decide! Take lots of photos as we would love to see them! You could name and decorate your airplane too.

This week’s article was on yesterday’s blog. It has been lovely to see some photos of you working on the articles at home. Mrs Gilmour is compiling all your photos as evidence to put forward to Unicef to that Carmondean can be re-awarded our Rights Respecting School status so keep them coming!

Remember your Learning Grids are there to support your literacy, numeracy and learning across the curriculum. Choose a few tasks to complete each day and let us know how you are doing. We are here to help so either comment below or message us through the Learning Journal system and we will reply as soon as possible.

Have a lovely day and have fun with those paper airplanes!

paper airplane 26.5.20

Miss Pringle and Miss Rafferty

 

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