Yesterday afternoon we worked in groups to create our own stop motion animations. We worked very well together in our groups to share the roles and turn a well known story into a stop motion animation. Here are the results:
Thursday 1st March snow day learning:
Use sumdog or education city to practise maths.
Sumdog can also be used to practise spelling – click where it says maths on left hand side and change to spelling.
Today is World Book Day so find a cosy space to read your favourite book.
Create your own Mr Men/Little Miss character about you and illustrate them. For example, I would be Little Miss Hockey. You could even write a story about your character.
Find all the clocks you can in your house and look at the different types. Where are they? Can you draw/make a clock in the snow?
Can you use a ruler or measuring tape to find out how deep the snow day?
Make a list of all the different jobs you can think of. We will use your lists as a starting point for our new health topic.
Look back at yesterday’s post for some other snow activities you could do.
Please send any photos via message to me – I would love to see what you have been up to and will share any photos I received with the rest of the class later today. We will also discuss any of the tasks you have completed when we get back to school.
Again, be safe but have fun! ❄️☃️
1. Build the biggest snowman you can and measure its height.
2. Write your spelling words in the snow.
3. Write a story titled ‘One Snowy Day’. Make it as imaginative as you can!
4. Draw/paint a snowy picture.
5. Use the internet or any books you have at home to research 3 interesting facts about a polar animal.
6. Use snowballs to do some maths:
P2: equal groups/arrays eg. 3 groups of 5
P1: subtraction eg. Make 6 snowballs. Throw 2. How many left?
7. Warm up after some fun in the snow with a warm drink and a story (read the next section of your class reading book and/or a book of your choice).
If you complete any activities or do your own learning in the snow I would love to see your pictures! Add any pictures to the comments below to share what you have been learning with others.
Whatever you choose do – have fun and stay safe!! ❄️☃️
A very wet and wild fundraiser this morning was enjoyed by all (including the volunteers who came to help!) with lots of shrieking and laughter coming from the pitch.
Big thanks to this weeks visitors: Joanne Eccles, equestrian vaulter; Linlithgow Rugby Club and Jonathan Agini; Victory Bespoke Fitness.
Massive congratulations to Callum (p1) and Meah (p4) who received their West Lothian Young Writer Awards this evening. What an amazing achievement for both of them.
We had lots of fun showing the new p1s around our classroom. We introduced them to different areas of our classroom by playing together, we read Elmer and completed language, maths and health and wellbeing activities based around the story.
Brilliant taster workshops in Kuk Sool Won this afternoon.
We have started our new topic on healthy living.
We tasted some healthy foods like strawberries, mango, oatcakes and humus.
We were learning about healthy foods and had to make a healthy packed lunch by choosing from different foods.
We learned about how much of each food we can eat – foods we can eat lots of, foods we eat some of and foods we shouldn’t eat much of.