Please find a link to the overview of what primary five will be covering in the summer term.
First off a massive thank you to all the parents and carers who were able to attend our showcase assembly! Also a huge thank you to all those who continue to help and encourage the children with their homework. The standard is still very high and the vast majority of children are able managing to complete their home learning each week.
Attached is a copy of the plan for this term including our topics of Africa and the Water Cycle.
Due to the Monday holiday there will be no maths or reading homework this week. However, children should learn the following words with the ‘ed’ suffix.
Please complete one of the activities from the spelling grid and cross it off when done.
There are also activities on the ‘classwork’ section of education city under ‘spelling- ing and ed’ to further support this.
Primary 5 have had lots of fun taking their learning outdoors.
Last Monday the children had the exciting opportunity to see what life was like thousands of years ago in Holyrood Park. They all bacame trainee druids and learnt how to live off the land. They met a hunter, a farmer and even a roman! The children also had the opportunity to create their own celtic artifacts!
Children will be working on the ‘ur’ and ‘ure’ sounds this week. They should learn the words listed below and complete one of the spelling activities from the spelling grid. This should be ticked off when complete.
Children should continue reading a book of their choice at home. They should ensure that they are recording the book that they are reading at the front of the reading journal. Children should also comeplete the character activity; drawing a picture of the character and then describing them in the thought bubbles. If the children are reading non-fiction then they can use facts in the bubbles instead.
Children have been asigned activities on Education City. They should be familair with their logins. If internet is not availible at home then children will be able to complete these activities during silent reading time throughout the week.
So far I have been very impressed with the standard and quality of the homework in Primary 5 and a massive thank you to those at home who help and support the children in their learning.