## Magic Measure with P2/3 and P5!

Magic Measure with P2/3 and P5 on PhotoPeach

P5 and P2/3 had lots of maths fun when they worked together and explored measuring centimetres (cm) using a ruler. We now know that there are 100cm in a metre and 30cm in a long school ruler. We used our knowledge to help us to measure different lengths, widths and heights.

## Spooky Spells and Potions with P2/3 and P5!

Spooky Spells with P2/3 and P5 on PhotoPeach

P2/3 and P5 have had a fantastic time working together to create their own spooky potions and spells using William Shakespeare’s famous poem from MacBeth as their reading and writing stimulus…’Double, double, toil and trouble, Fire burn and cauldron bubble!’

## Library Time with our P5 Reading Buddies!

Library Time with our P5 Reading Buddies! on PhotoPeach

P2/3 and P5 enjoyed a fun reading buddy session in our school library this week. P2/3 shared their reading group books and chose a new library book to read at home with their family and friends. For a spooky Halloween treat, we all enjoyed reading some ‘Funnybones’ stories together! Next week we are all looking forward to some Viking fact finding using the non fiction topic books that we have received from the East Lothian Library Service.

## Symmetrical Spelling!

Symmetrical Spelling on PhotoPeach

P2/3 have been learning more about lines of symmetry and they enjoyed another fun maths buddy activity with P5. Each talking pair had to use a mirror to find the lines of symmetry in different capital letters and then draw in the missing half of each letter. Once they had completed the alphabet they worked cooperatively using their letters to make some of their group spelling words. We all agree…symmetry rocks!

## Shape, Position and Movement with P2/3 and P5!

Having Fun with our P5 and P2/3 Maths Buddies! on PhotoPeach

P2/3 had a super morning learning more about shape, position and movement with their P5 maths buddies. They played three different games which helped teach them more about positional vocabulary and different ways to move. We are all looking forward to our next maths session after the holidays!