Kirknewton Primary School

Primary 1 WB: 28.9.20

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Primary 1 have had a VERY busy week this week.

We began our week with a visit from “Mathsy”.  Mathsy left us a task as part of Maths Week Scotland which helped us to develop our finger patterns and counting skills. 

Our number walk to the park was unfortunately cancelled due to bad weather but we hope to try again in the coming week.

We have also developed an interest in Autumn and have enjoyed looking at the changes taking place in the school’s outdoor areas.  We read the story “Leafman” by Lois Elhert and created our own adventures:

We went outside and used the fallen natural objects to make our own Leafpeople:

We have been learning about our bodies as part of our “All about me” topic and had to make sure that each leaf person had all their body parts.

In the classroom we had to cut out and label paper bodies.  One of the children had the fantastic idea to make large bodies in the playground.  We decided to draw around our talk partner’s body and some of us even tried to write the words to label them .

One Comment

  1. What great leaf people you made!

    I’m so happy to see you learning outdoors together and using the natural resources we have around us to learn more about the body and practice your maths and numeracy.

    Well done P1

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