We have been working so hard during writing time this term that Mrs MacIver thought we deserved a little reward this week! 🤗 We were writing instructions and before we wrote the the steps to make snowman biscuits we made some of our very own and…the best bit…then we were allowed to eat them while reading a festive story together! Yum 😋 Our lesson also led to discussions about hygiene and allergies. A very interesting afternoon in P3/4 😁
We discussed our active play sessions in pairs and came up with a visual to show how we felt INCLUDED, ACTIVE and that we were having FUN during our sessions.
We have been looking at partitioning numbers at different levels in maths. We had a wee look round the playground during outdoor learning to find different parts of nature to represent Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Ones. We had great fun trying to figure out each other’s numbers ☺️
We had great fun raising money for Children in Need. Our House Captains created lots of fun activities for us to take part in.
Thank you so much for all the kind donations. Well done everyone! ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
Sadly, today was our last day with Steve and Jackie. We have had great fun and learnt lots of new games and how to be active outdoors over the last 10 weeks. Hopefully we can use what we have learned when we are out playing with our friends.
We also got presented with certificates. Thank you Steve and Jackie!
We have been really enjoying our ‘active play’ sessions out on the field every Thursday for the last 9 weeks. We’ve been learning fun ways to be inclusive and active. Building dens, pretending to be in the circus, inventing our own games, making camper vans…brilliant fun! 🏏🤸♂️🤹♀️
One house point for any one who comments with their favourite part of ‘active play’…
A massive thank you for all the lovely cards, gifts and drawings we have received. Much appreciated. We have had a fab year with the children and will miss all those who are moving on to the P4/5 class. 😢
We look forward to seeing the ones we’re getting to keep in August! 😍
Happy holidays everyone! ☀️🌈☀️
PS I have been trying to post photos of our Beauly Rocks that we made and hid but been having trouble uploading photos since Monday night. I will keep trying so watch out for them. Maybe you will find and re-hide one!
Love, Mrs Williams and Mrs MacIver xx
The sun came out for our picnic lunch today 😎
We were very lucky to have a visit from Harry and Maisie’s FIVE baby rabbits this morning. They were so soft and cute!
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This afternoon we took our butterflies out into the garden to set them free!
It was a little bit sad to say goodbye to them but very exciting to see them fly away after we’d watched them on their journey from tiny caterpillars 🐛 to beautiful butterflies!🦋
The first butterfly flew straight out of the net and up into the elderberry tree in the garden. Look closely to see if you can spot it in the pictures.
Lots of us got the chance to hold a butterfly if we wanted to and one even came back and landed on Kayleigh’s leg!
We have learnt so much about the lifecycle of a butterfly and will miss watching them in the classroom but at least Mrs MacIver and Mrs Williams don’t feel like they have 5 babies to worry about anymore!!! 😅😂 🐛🦋