In maths we continue to focus on reading the time using words on an analogue clock to the hour and half past the hour. Across this week we have been working on our calendars of this year in class which has linked with our Spanish work where we have been looking at the months of the year.
In our literacy, we worked on the ‘air‘ and ‘ir‘ sounds patterns this week. Linked here and here are some games to practise the ‘air‘ pattern and here and here are some games to practise the ‘ir‘ pattern if you wish! We also had a look at some Scots words this week as we thought about Burns Night and had a go at a version of ‘Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes‘ in Scots!
We continue to look at fairy tales in Wordsmith and you can find a copy of Mary and the Twelve Months to read online in your ActiveLearn accounts. We had a think about the character of each month and the sort of colours we could use to show this based on the events and plants or fruits that might grow at their time.
In our Space work we start to look at Earth, why it is considered the ‘Goldilocks‘ planet and continue to work on our art of the solar system. We explored using marble inks in our art this week and are waiting on these to dry to use them in our art.
And last but not least…
A big well done and congratulations to our
for being a Confident Individual in being resilient, trying to make sensible choices and for his efforts to solve problems.
Remember to have fun this weekend and we look forward to sharing some of our Languages Week work with you next time!