Daily Archives: May 8, 2020

Group 4 – Friday 8th May

It’s Friday!

Here are some activities for you to try today.

Morning routine

Life Skills

Once you have completed your morning circle it’s time to get the day started choosing your job to help around the house today.

Movement – Get moving with Gonoodle to waken you up this morning!


Have a look at the language section to find out what Laura has planned for you today.


Today’s story is “The kindness quilt” by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace.

How has your week been?

  1. Have you listened to your mum/dad/gran?
  2. Have you been kind to all?
  3. Have you been polite?
  4. Did you have fun?

For good listening, being kind and polite, and being helpful you will get 5 min for each day.

How many minutes is your choosing time?

You can choose a favourite game on the device or game console of your choice.

Make a good choice!

Social studies

Have a look at the SOCIAL STUDIES section to find out what is your challenge for today.

Signs of the day

Check out Lorna’s sign of the day video.

Food Technology

Check for some ideas post by Hazel in Food technology or you can use our Pinewood Recipe Book and try your favourite recipe.

ICT & Technology

Send an email to a friend or a member of your family who you haven’t seen for a while.

Send someone you know a picture of a cute animal.

Send me photos of your activities today.


Have a sing with Connie and Gordon from one of their posts.

Have a great weekend.


Orange Class Friday 8th May

Good morning!  Friday today and we all like Fridays!

Today is a very special day.  It is the anniversary of Victory in Europe day.   World War II ended 75 years ago today.


At 11.00 am today the Edinburgh Castle Big Gun will fire and on the BBC television there will be a fly past of two Spitfire planes.  If you want to find out more about V.E. day then go to the Pink Class Blog for today, (thanks to Wendy) or the Group 6 Blog (thanks Tracey).


Scroll down for Assembly with Tracey and Connie!

Don’t for get Reflection Time with Lorna.  Scroll down.

Now time for Morning Circle




Now for Maths – Just Numberjacks today!

Story Time!  Today it is the three little pigs.

I hope you enjoyed that story.  Can you answer the questions below?

Don’t forget sign of the day with Lorna – category sign of the day.

Time to get outside!

How did you get on?

Now some fiddly fingers fun!

For lunch today why not try making your own sandwich. Here are the instructions for a chicken mayo filling.  If you don’t like chicken how about some grated cheese?

Make sure you are helping around the house too.

You can go on a washing hunt around the house and find all the dirty washing.  You can then try sorting the washing into different colours!







Now Time for some relaxation.

I hope you have a good Friday!


ICT – Friday 08 May


Hi guys, your lesson is to find out about countries today.  I’d love to see your results.  Send them to me at kirsty.reid@westlothian.org.uk


you can take selfies on your favourite device. I’d love to see your results.  Send them to me at kirsty.reid@westlothian.org.uk

Have a lovely day, Kirsty.

Group 11 – Friday 07 May

Good morning Group 11

You could be working on your transition passport today


You could try some of the following today:

Movement: put your favourite song on and dance like no one is watching.  Choose a party song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94MTVSZ1nTc

Life Skills:  You could dust today.

Literacy: See Laura’s blog or use this https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?Subject=9

Social Studies:   See Ana’s blog or find out about some countries https://resources.hwb.wales.gov.uk/VTC/balloon_journey/eng/Introduction/default.htm

Story: Read your favourite book or one from here http://www.magickeys.com/books/

Signing: check Lorna’s sign of the day video.

Food Technology:  See Hazel’s blog or help make lunch

ICT: See my blog or use https://primarygamesarena.com/Subjects/ICT

Music: See Connie or Gordon’s blog or have a karaoke https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=karaoke+songs


Have a lovely day, Kirsty