Learning in P4B

‘We have been continuing with our reading comprehension tasks and my one was about a Haunted House as a play script’ Liam

‘In outdoor learning we have been learning about measurement and we had to estimate a metre with our feet and then measure it with a metre stick’ Eva

‘In science we have been learning about volume/capacity. We had to measure different amounts using a selection of tools such as beakers. cylinders and syringes’ Nicole

‘We been learning about non – fiction books. Some features of these books are bold headings, index, illustrations and contents pages.’ Caitlin E

‘With Mr Stone, I was seeing what could boil 5ml of water the fastest’ Corin

P3b Update

This week we have been  playing football rounders in PE  and practised running, kicking the ball far, ball control, using your eyes t and also passing .

In Science we have been learning about the body.  This week we have learned about the heart and how it works.

In Maths we were working on telling where we have been learning about quarter past, quarter to, half past and o’clock as analogue and digital time.

This week in writing we wrote instructions and drew a picture about how to make a fruit kebab and then we made them and ate them,

We have finished designing our farms this week and next week we are going to make our characters.

What’s happening at Pinkie this week……..

Week beginning: Monday 21 May 2018

Monday

Holiday – School closed to staff and pupils.

Tuesday

Music Sessions (various classes)
PE Sessions (various classes)
Play on Pedals (Group 1) – Nursery

Wednesday

Drop-in “Tea & Toast” (Nurture Room)
P5a/P5b Orienteering Festival

Thursday

P5a Assembly
PE sessions (various classes)
Athletics – Meadowmill
Cello Lessons
P1 Pupils to Brunton Theatre – Animal Show

Friday

Violin Lessons
PE sessions (various classes)

The Heart – Science this week!

This week we were learning about the heart and how it works. We found out that our hearts are about the size of a clenched fist. We know that the heart pumps blood around our bodies- so our heart is very important to keep us alive.

We counted our heart beats for 6 seconds using a stethoscope or finding our pulse and then multiplied that by 10 to find out how many beats our heart were doing each minute.

We took our resting heart rate and also did some exercises to see if the number of beats changed depending on what we were doing.  We were amazed at how many beats our heart did at times!

We also compared our resting heart rate and researched where ours should be for our age.

We are going to learn more about the body next week!

P3a and Miss Christie

 

 

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