We have been learning about the Artic and Antarctic Ocean, and the animals that live there.
We learnt that Polar bears and penguins never meet in the wild.
We have been learning how to use Google Slides.
In Science we made circler winged aeroplanes.
We got to meet our new teacher, Mrs Samson.
I have been extending my writing using my imagination. My story was about a hot air balloon race that went around the world.
This week in P4, weather permitting. The P4’s have a Rugby Festival tomorrow (Tuesday 03/05) from 9 AM and Wednesday in the afternoon Sports Day. Can all P4’s please bring in their P.E. Kit and a water bottle.
I learnt about the animals that live in reefs.
I create a bar graph of our favourite sea creatures
I really enjoyed our rugby taster.
We have been looking at how to measure the capacity of an object using water.
We learnt how to paint waves.
We have been looking at pizza fractions.
70% of our planet is covered in water.
The land is split into continents there are 7.
The water is split into oceans there are 5.
We would also like to ask, if you have any recyclable waste if P4B could have it, we would love to make some art out of it.
Good Afternoon P4B.
I hope we have a had a great February break and are looking forward to coming back tomorrow.
A quick reminder, swimming is on this week so please bring your swimmers as normal.
P.E. is now on a Friday so please bring your P.E. kit back in this week.
See you tomorrow.
This week we learnt a number of interesting things .
We learnt about 3D shapes, I learnt Toblerone tube is a triangular prism. I learnt the difference between 2D and 3D shapes.
In RME, we learn’t the Pope is the head of the Catholic church and he was born in Argentina.
We went to an athletics festival, we did a lot of different activities we hadn’t done before like long jump and relays
In art and to do with Mary Queen of Scots, we drew a picture of a young Mary when she lived in France. She had four friends with her all called Mary. (That must have been complicated.) Mary Seaton, Mary Beaton (they rhyme), Mary Livingston and Mary Fleming.
We also learnt Roman Numerals, they used letters instead of numbers. Here are a few I is a 1, V is used for a 5 and X is 10. Most of us are VIII.
Have a great February break.