Category Archives: P4W-Blog

P4W Wonderful Woodland 21.9.18

It has been another very busy week of learning in Primary 4W!

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills using fiction and non-fiction texts.
  • Using a thesaurus to up-level our describing words.
  • Finding clues in a text.
  • Organising evidence from a text.
  • Developing our writing skills by using adjectives.
  • Up-levelling a text to engage the reader.
  • Developing our listening  and talking skills.
  • Developing our cursive writing skills.

Numeracy

  • Developing our accuracy and speed for addition calculations.
  • Discussing the strategies we use for addition calculations including near doubles, near jigsaw, knowledge of 10 + calculations and fact families.
  • Developing our knowledge of place value.
  • Developing our knowledge of times tables.
  • Placing a number on the correct place in a number line.
  • Understanding and continuing number sequences.
  • Solving number puzzles.
  • Comparing and ordering 3 and 4-digit numbers.
  • Answering questions about bar graphs.
  • Creating a bar graph.

IDL

  • Developing our cooperative skills.
  • Developing our thinking skills.
  • Developing the skills needed for team sports.
  • Developing our knowledge of Living Things.

P4W Wonderful Woodland 14.9.18

It has been another very busy week of learning in Primary 4W!

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills using fiction and non-fiction texts.
  • Using a thesaurus to up-level our describing words.
  • Finding clues in a text.
  • Organising evidence from a text.
  • Developing our writing skills by using adjectives.
  • Developing our listening skills and talking skills.
  • Developing our cursive writing skills.
  • Developing our use of spelling rules – adding ‘ing’ with a double final consonant.

Numeracy

  • Developing our accuracy and speed for addition calculations.
  • Discussing the strategies we use for addition calculations including near doubles, near jigsaw, knowledge of 10 + calculations and fact families.
  • Developing our knowledge of place value.
  • Developing our knowledge of times tables.
  • Adding and subtracting  tens, hundreds and thousands from 3 and 4-digit numbers.
  • Explaining the value of each digit in 4-digit numbers.
  • Placing a number on the correct place in a number line.
  • Writing 4-digit numbers in words and digits.
  • Comparing and ordering 3 and 4-digit numbers.
  • Showing information on a bar graph.
  • Creating a bar graph.

IDL

  • Creating our own music.
  • Developing our cooperative skills.
  • Developing our thinking skills.
  • Developing the skills needed for team sports.
  • Developing our knowledge of Living Things.
  • Using a variety of art techniques to create a title for our Learning Wall.
  • Developing our ICT skills.

P4W Wonderful Woodland 7.9.18

It has been another busy week of learning in Primary 4W!

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills using fiction and non-fiction texts.
  • Using a thesaurus to up-level our describing words.
  • Finding evidence in a text.
  • Organising evidence from a text.
  • Developing undrerstanding of a text using true and false statements.
  • Developing our listening skills and talking skills.
  • Developing our cursive writing skills.
  • Developing our use of spelling rules – adding ing.

Numeracy

  • Developing our addition skills, knowledge of jigsaw numbers,  and doubles.
  • Discussing the strategies we use for addition calculations including near doubles, near jigsaw and knowledge of 10 + calculations.
  • Developing our knowledge of place value.
  • Counting in tens and hundreds.
  • Adding and subtracting in tens, hundreds and thousands.
  • Explaining the value of each digit in 4-digit numbers.
  • Placing a number on the correct place in a number line.
  • Writing 4-digit numbers in words and digits.
  • Answering questions about block graphs.
  • Showing information on a bar graph.

IDL

  • Creating our own music.
  • Developing our cooperative skills.
  • Developing our thinking skills.
  • Developing the skills needed for team sports.

P4W Wonderful Woodland 31.8.18

It has been another busy week of learning in Primary 4W!

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills using fiction and non-fiction texts.
  • Developing our writing skills by using adjectives to describe feelings.
  • Using a thesaurus to up-level our describing words.
  • Finding evidence in a text.
  • Developing undrerstanding of a text using true and false statements.
  • Developing our listening skills and talking skills.

Numeracy

  • Developing our addition skills, knowledge of jigsaw numbers,  and doubles.
  • Discussing the strategies we use for addition calculations.
  • Developing our knowledge of place value.
  • Counting in tens and hundreds.
  • Adding and subtracting in tens and hundreds.
  • Explaining the value of each digit in 3-digit numbers.
  • Placing a number on the correct place in a number line.
  • Writing 3-digit numbers in words and digits.
  • Identifying numbers just before and just after a given 3-digit number.
  • Creating a graph to show information.

IDL

  • Using a variety of painting techniques.
  • Developing our line drawing and shading skills.
  • Creating our own music.
  • Developing our classroom organisation.
  • Developing our P4W Class Agreement.

P4W Wonderful Woodland 24.8.18

It has been a busy week of learning in Primary 4W!

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills using fiction and non-fiction texts.
  • Developing our writing skills by using adjectives.
  • Using a thesaurus to up-level our describing words.
  • Developing our poetry writing skills.
  • Ordering instructions.
  • Developing our listening skills and talking skills.

Numeracy

  • Developing our addition skills, knowledge of jigsaw numbers and doubles.
  • Developing our knowledge of place value.
  • Counting in tens and hundreds.
  • Talking about which digits mean hundreds, tens and units in 3-digit numbers.
  • Explaining the value of each digit.

IDL

  • Using a variety of painting techniques.
  • Develoing our drawing skills.
  • Listening to different styles of music.
  • Developing our classroom organisation.