As part of our maths we wanted to know how people told the time in the past. We were very interested about how sundials work and decided to make our own. We tracked the sunshine and shadows throughout the day as many times as we could.
To enhance our classroom learning for ‘shape, position and movement’ in maths, we practised using compasses to direct our partners. We used chalk letters around the playground and had to direct our partner through certain letters to spell a word. We found that it was much more challenging to use a compass and give directions outdoors as we were constantly turning.
Thank you to everyone who came in on Thursday afternoon to allow us to share our learning. Here are some pictures from the challenge we had to create a new monument for the Covenanters. We hope that you enjoyed our virtual tour.
Today your child has been given a yellow sheet for homework. This is to stay in their jotter all term. If the sheet is lost, there is a copy attached below available to download.
HOMEWORK TERM 3
Please find below an overview of teaching and learning in P4 this term.
termly organiser for parents term 3
P4 enjoyed sharing their jokes today to celebrate the international day of happiness. Here are some of our jokes:
Amina- What do you call a deer with no eyes?
Clara- Why do cows have bells?
Because their horns don’t work.
Kanyarat- Why didn’t anyone give Elsa the balloon?
Because she’ll let it go.
Alexander- What do you call a person with no body and no nose?
Anwen- Knock Knock.
Mairi- knock knock
I always knew you were a type of nut!