Continue practising arrays by choosing 1 of the following tasks.
Good morning P5 and welcome to Tuesday – another opportunity to enjoy learning from home and show how awesome you all are! Here’s our daily link to this week’s learning grid:
As always, please log in to Showbie where you will find the majority of your learning resources and to check here on the P5 pages for learning opportunities provided by Mrs Jackson.
If you haven’t yet had a chance to check out our You Tube Helpdesk, here’s an example of the videos you will find there. This one is to assist in the teaching of Angles and relates to today’s tasks:
Have a fantastic day everyone!
Hello P2! Mungo has a new phonics video for you to watch and then you should complete the task set at the end.
As we enter the 6th week of Learning from Home, and 8 weeks since we were last at school, I am sure that lots of you have been persevering with different things. Below are some examples of pupils who have used our ‘Don’t Give Up Dino’ Learning Power to help them persevere and succeed with particular challenges. Well done everyone, it is great to see that you are all keeping busy!
Over the next few weeks Miss Henderson, Mrs. McLeister and Miss Watt will be giving our lovely Primary 2s a call to have a chat. When we phone, you will not be able to see our phone number but will probably see ‘Caller ID withheld’. We are really looking forward to chatting to you.
Good morning, we hope everyone had a lovely long weekend.
Today’s numeracy task is to watch this link and practise building more of your own arrays at home. What materials will you use? Once you have done this, try writing your array as a sum and work out the total number of dots in it.
We hope you had a lovely weekend and look forward to ‘seeing’ the pupils online this week. We are continuing to learn about the UK in the 1920s as part of our ‘Between the Wars’ topic. We also look forward to seeing the pupils in their uniforms on Friday. There is a special buddy activity set for then too.
Remember we are here to help support the pupils please let us know if we can help.