P1/2 children organised their bake sale on Wednesday. It was a very busy and successful morning with lots of lovely baking to sell. We raised £66.05! Well done everybody for all your hard work. Thank you to parents for supporting this event.
P1/2 and P3/4 are continuing to learn French each week with Mrs Scott. Through a variety of games and activities, the children learn many new words and phrases each week.
This is a hide and seek game. One child leaves the room and another child hides a toy. When the child returns and tries to find the toy, the rest of the children call “froid” (cold) or “chaud” (hot) to guide them to finding it. It was a fun and noisy game!
We have been learning our number bonds to 10 and 20. The boys and girls are getting speedy at identifying pairs of numbers that total 10 or 20. Today we went outside to use our bodies to represent the number bonds; we used jumps, steps, star jumps and robot walking to show Miss Williams when we knew which numbers made the total she was looking for. It was rather chilly, but that didn’t put us off counting like superstars!
The boys and girls in P1/2 are becoming AMAZING AUTHORS! They have been working hard recently to create their very own books. The children have been thinking about what it means to be a an author and an illustrator. They have been using their imaginations and attempting to include WOW words in their stories. The boys and girls are all excited about our up-coming book launch; however, there is a lot of work and thinking to be done before our books will be ready for publishing!
P2, P3 and P4 enjoyed their Christmas Party this morning. Every looked very smart in their Christmas party outfits! We played many games including Cinderella, Heads and tails, Musical Bumps, Elimination corners, and a dancing competition. After party food and drink we did a Christmas memory game and finished off with the Hokey Cokey.
This afternoon P1/2 buddied with P3/4 for Christmas Stories and to make special snowmen treats!
We made the snowmen body out of marshmallows and tied laces around his neck for a scarf. His hat was a chocolate toffee and his feet were chocolate buttons. We used a tube of coloured icing to make the face and the buttons.