Primary 5a have enjoyed being back at school and seeing all our friends and spending time with them. We are working on being nicer to our friends and having fewer fallouts.
In outdoor learning we have been learning about how animals survive in the wild and how their senses help them adapt to life. We drew pictures of animals and played a game where we had to listen to identify the predator.
This week we have been painting blossom branches for the spring blossom tree we are going to assemble in our classroom next week. We have also have been making a stained glass window of Jesus for next week’s Stations of the Cross school project. Soon we will be making wild animals out of clay in art with Miss McWilliam.
In Literacy we have been doing a novel study of Catscape by the Edinburgh author Mike Nicolson. Our last task was to make an iMovie to show our predictions of what might happen next in the story.
We have been learning about fractions in maths. It was fun but at times hard and confusing for some of us. We’ll keep trying! We have also been learning how to measure the perimeter of shapes.
(To write this blog we worked in groups to think of what we had been learning in one subject then we took turns typing what we composed).