Hello everyone, this is what we have been learning this week:
A very big well done to all of Primary One for a wonderful Nativity. The children worked so hard to learn their lines and when to say them, to learn the words of the songs and to speak in loud voices in front of an audience. We did 5 performances in total, and the children really improved their ability to change into their costumes independently. Fantastic effort from everyone. Thanks to all the parents who supplied coat hangers, hair bands and named bags and for being such an appreciative audience.
In our groups we have been learning to identify numbers as dot patterns, count a number of movements or sounds, saying the number word before and after a number, counting items in two rows.
We have continued to look at pattern in our play: decorating a Christmas tree using baubles and continuing a pattern using shapes.
Next week we will be looking at symmetry.
This week we have been focussing on the tricky words we have learned so far. The children have been trying to recognise and read these words as well as use them in their writing.
This week we were writing about decorating a Christmas tree and also how we felt about performing in the Nativity.
Please use the blue word cards your child has brought home today to practise reading and writing the tricky words. The children are finding these words challenging so any extra practice would be helpful. After the holidays we will be moving on to the Block 2 tricky words.
OUTDOOR LEARNING/ LOOSE PARTS
Although it was a bit chilly on Thursday afternoon we enjoyed playing outside with our friends across the stage and exploring how the snow and frost had altered the sand and earth.
Here is a selection of photographs from our learning this week:
Enjoy the weekend everyone.