Primary 3/2 have really enjoyed taking part in our infant Easter services this week. We had a lovely walk to the church yesterday, looking for signs of spring along the way!
Working together, our class composed a collaborative poem, “Celebrating Spring” which Primary One illustrated with some beautiful pictures. Thank you P1!
We loved listening to Easter presentations from P2 and P3 and shared our learning with P4-7 this morning.
Here is our poem:
Bumble bees and butterflies are busy in the air,
Crocuses and daffodils are growing everywhere.
Little snowdrops, tiny daisies, peeping through the grass,
Tell us winter’s over now and spring is here at last.
Birds are busy making nests in bushes and in trees,
Buds are showing signs of growth, turning into leaves.
Blossom is appearing in shades of white and pink
And inside there is nectar, for busy bees to drink.
Raindrops fall to help things grow, new life is everywhere,
Birds lay their eggs in new made nests, a cosy place to share
Until they hatch and chicks appear, with hungry mouths to feed,
Then parent birds fly to and fro, bringing all the food they need.
Leaping lambs and bouncing bunnies play amongst the flowers,
Happy children run about, playing out for hours.
Lighter nights and longer days are fun for everyone,
Barbecues and picnics are enjoyed out in the sun.
Lawns are mowed and edges trimmed, there’s washing on the line,
Sounds of laughter, lots of people having a good time.
Clearer skies and shining stars, the moon shines oh, so bright,
Perhaps the Easter Bunny will visit at midnight!
Flower pots and baskets, bouquets for Mother’s Day,
Help us to remember that Easter’s on the way.
Let’s celebrate this special time with chocolate eggs and treats,
Remembering the story of what Easter really means.
Have a lovely Easter holiday everyone!