We have been learning about halves in class. Today we learned about symmetry and how this means that something is exactly the same on both sides. We then tried to draw the other half of ourselves just using pencils.
P1B had great fun in the gym hall this week! They each got a balloon and had to keep it off the ground using different parts of their bodies!
In P1C this week we have been doing lots of counting and have been sequencing numbers to 10.
All the children have been enjoying their new ‘ Houses and Homes ‘
Topic and here are some of the activities we have been working on.
We had our first house assembly on Friday. We sang the BRAID song, talked about things that make a good friend and met lots of new friends in our house.
Ms Bouwer and Mrs Aitchison were especially proud that THREE of this week’s class stars are in Braid! Well done!
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P6/7 had to work as a group to create posters about the U.S.S Missouri. They used a search engine to find information about the famous battleship now stationed as a museum at Pearl Harbour.
WP6/7 studied pirates this week as part of our Social Studies topic. We looked at famous pirate ships and some Scottish pirates.
We worked in table groups to create these amazing pirate ships. We had to create the ship and the crew. We evaluated each other’s work afterwards. Great team work!