As part of our Topic on Keeping Healthy and Safe we have been learning our addresses. Today we wrote down the numbers of our house. We worked together to put our numbers in order from the smallest to the biggest.
We had quite a few missing numbers. So we worked in groups to work out and write the missing numbers. We did it in groups of 1-10, 11-20, 21-30,31-40 and 41-50 because Anna’s door number 49 was the biggest we had.
Mrs McHugh then gave us an extra challenge ‘Can you write down the numbers from 51-100 in sets of 10?’
We completed the challenge!
Please note that the time of the Book Swap on 1 March will be 1.15 – 2.15 pm and not 2.30 – 3.30pm as stated in our recent flyer.
Apologies for any inconvenience.
Emma Robertson Acting HT
Our recent Rag Bag collection raised £15.70.
Many thanks to everyone who participated.
P2/3 had a busy Scottish week. We found out about all the things we knew about Scotland already, and made a knowledge bank. We listened to a story about young Robert Burns when he was growing up. We also made puzzles of our famous poet. We searched our book corner and found several Scottish books and made a display of this in our classroom. We wrote postcards from Scotland telling everyone what a good time we had. Maps of the UK showed that this was made up of Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland and Eire. We found out which were the capital cities for these countries too. We also made Saltire bunting.
Congratulations to Primary 3 prizewinners in our Burns poetry competition, Niamh Robertson and Calum Rettie.
Amy brought in a poster she has been working on at home. It is about encouraging us all to pick up books and read!
Well Done Amy – we think your poster is fabulous!