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Reflective Friday WB 24.5.21

Reflective Friday WB 24.5.21

Well done Primary 4WL for an exciting week of learning opportunities and experiences! ๐Ÿ˜Š Please enjoy reading the summary about our main learning this week (and scroll to the bottom to see some pictures):

Please ensure any remaining Learning Stories are returned to school on Monday as we will be gathering some evidence of our learning this term in these.
Literacy

We have been learning to:

  • Spell unfamiliar words using our spelling rule โ€“ words with a silent โ€˜kโ€™ saying โ€˜knโ€™.
  • Use accurate spelling of our new spelling rule words within passages and story contexts.
  • Identify the correct spelling of tricky words within sentences and paragraphs.
  • Up-level a letter, using a range of adjectives, and self-checking for the non-negotiables.
  • Use information to write a fact-file.
  • Listen, enjoy and engage with different stories and texts.
  • Find evidence in our reading texts to answer a variety of questions.
  • Use evidence from our reading to help us make (and justify) predictions.
  • Read for information and use our knowledge of the context of a sentence to help us identify missing words.
  • Find out information from a range of sources and technologies to help us share facts with others.
  • Self- and peer-assess our learning.

Spelling for next week:

L.I We are learning to spell unfamiliar words using our spelling rule.

In words whose first syllable contains a short vowel sound, 2 consonants are required before adding ‘le’ (e.g. purple).

Where only one consonant sound is heard (e.g. puzzle) double that consonant before adding ‘le’

Daily Spelling Activity Task: choose a different spelling activity from the pack that you have at home and remember to Look, Cover, Write, Check.

Spicy โ€“ simple purple circle puzzle handle apple giggle bubble puddle cuddle

Hot โ€“ trample buckle sparkle middle bottle marble riddle waddle turtle bumble

Tricky words โ€“ three there

Daily Spelling Activity Task: choose a different spelling activity from the pack that you have at home and remember to Look, Cover, Write, Check.

Ideas for Learning Together at Home:

Numeracy

We have been learning to:

  • Develop our knowledge of number facts, using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
  • Build on our knowledge of fractions by finding 10ths.
  • Use our knowledge of fractions to solve challenges and play games.
  • Revise our learning in Maths through taking part in different challenge tasks and starter activities.
  • Use our knowledge of coins and notes to find a range of combinations for a total.
  • Add and subtract using money to find a total and to find change.
  • Use our problem-solving skills, including logical thinking and trial and error, to solve multi-step challenges.
  • Develop our ability to solve more complex 2-step problems and word problems, using addition and subtraction, with our knowledge of money.
  • Develop our multiplication understanding, using opportunities to learn the times tables.
  • Self- and peer-assess our learning.
  • Continue to build speed and accuracy in our number work.

Ideas for Learning Together at Home:

Across the Curriculum

 We have been learning to:

  • Find out about the structure of the Titanic boat
  • Identify and find out about passengers on the Titanic
  • Find out about what a ticket is and design our own Titanic tickets.
  • Discover the different classes of passengers and what the different parts were like
  • Research information, using a range of sources like websites and books.
  • Play team games in PE, developing our knowledge of different sports positions and activities.
  • Develop skills to work well together.
  • Find out about learning across other classes during our Assembly.

Ideas for Learning Together at Home:

Have a great weekend everyone!
From Primary 4, Mrs Williamson, Mrs Ling and Mr Parry ๐Ÿ˜Š
Thank you to Mr Parry, who finishes his placement today.

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