We hope you had a lovely long weekend. The sun has certainly been out. What did you get up to? It was my birthday yesterday so I went on a lovely evening walk and saw a squirrel run across the path in front of me. It was very cute! Miss Christy went on her daily walks and she has done lots of sewing projects too. She sewed different coloured material together to create baskets to help organise her baking cupboard. Miss Daun also went on local walks, played board games and did some yoga. Have you tried any yoga at home yet?
Can you believe it is May already? You are all doing so well with your learning from home. We have an exciting week ahead of us. I have attached the grids and resources for this week. We hope you enjoy doing the tasks if you are able to and we can’t wait to hear how you get on.
We hope you have been getting through the activities and games on your grids and have managed to tick some of them off. We have seen some fantastic work on the Learner’s Journals.
It’s the 1st day in May today which means you have an extra long weekend!! Monday and Tuesday (for pupils) are school holidays so no new work or feedback will be given out until Wednesday when we will issue the next fortnight’s activities.
If you have been very busy and have run out of space in your jotter, new ones will be available next week and Ms Millar has issued details of how to obtain these.
We often watch our weekly episode of Newsround at milk/story – maybe you could watch it with someone at home.
It is Friday today and I am sure you will not have forgotten that means Freetime Friday!! Has anybody lost any time from their teachers at home?Sometime we put a bit of dancing music on at Freetime Friday. What about some Just Dance? Here are some of our favourites
Have a good weekend Primary 2 and we will catch up with you on Wednesday.
We have had an exciting week in Primary 1 with 2 letters from our friendly dragon. He asked us to write about his favourite fairytale – Goldilocks and the Three Bears on Monday and today he sent us a special package – full of sweeties! We had to work out which fairytale the dragon wanted us to read – it was Hansel and Gretel! We made our own sweetie houses – do you like them?
This week in Maths, we have been continuing to work on telling the time – o’clock and half past on digital and analogue. If you would like to practise more at home, here is a game you might like to play: