Primary 2 – Friday 12.6.20

Happy Friday Primary 2!

What a busy week you have had! Here is a showcase of some of your amazing work! Well done!

On a Friday, we often have an episode of Newsround to catch up with news around the world after playtime ( https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround) or you can have some quiet time and listen to a story from Mrs Oliver¬† in your Learner’s Journal.

Also I’m sure you won’t have forgotten that it’s FREETIME FRIDAY!!!

The last 2 weeks in school before the end of term are always filled with some fun activities and with that in mind we have prepared our grids for next week with a bit of a difference! We think you will love them!

Have a lovely weekend Primary 2.

From

Mrs Oliver and Miss Rafferty

 

Primary 2 – 31.03.20

Good morning Primary 2,

We hope everyone is well today? A big thank you to those who posted photos on their online learning journals yesterday. It was so lovely to see what you have all been up to and the fabulous learning you have been doing. We reset all P2 parent passwords so please check your inbox. If you did not receive one just comment on this post and we will do our best to rectify that. Scroll down in this post to see some of the lovely photos!

As today is usually our reading day we have made up some comprehension activities for you to do at home. Please select your group below and post photos of your completed work on your journal. You can complete the questions in your jotter. Remember your title and date!

Buzz and Simba

Rex and Mufasa

Woody and Pumba

Newsround have a daily episode each day to keep you up to date with what is going on in the world. Go on to https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround to watch the current episode and let us know what you think. You could even practise your note writing and take some notes.

Miss Rafferty noticed lots of bears in windows when she was out her morning jog. Can you put a teddy bear in your window? If possible, go out a ‘bear hunt’ and count how many you can see around your neighbourhood!

Have a lovely day everyone and we look forward to seeing your photos on your online journals.

Miss Pringle and Miss Rafferty