Friday 27th March 2020
Good Morning P5
Its Mrs Begum today. Apologies in sending your Friday lesson late, had some technical difficulties but hopefully you managed to do some other exciting home learning.
Did you a chance to clap our NHS from your house yesterday? My son, Keyaan loved clapping and seeing everyone get involved and I’m pretty sure everyone in the neighbourhood heard us!
Today we will be doing some Science with chocolate. Yup, that’s right chocolate! This might be the sweetest activity you have done.
We will be learning about the three types of rocks and how they are formed. The lesson, video and activity can all be found in the PowerPoint. Let me know how you get on by sending some photos.
Thinking of you all and missing your wonderful faces.
Have a look below and see some of the things Primary Five have been up to.
Bethan has been busy drawing funny faces and making bread. Looks yummy, Bethan.
Anna has been on a nature scavenger hunt with Callum. I wonder what has happened to her arm!
Emma has been working hard on her spelling and times tables. She has also drawn a setting from her reading book. Aunt Primrose’s cellar from Attack of the Tentacled Terror. Lots of nice detail, Emma.
Answer to yesterday’s riddle –
Where can you find cities, towns, shops, and streets but no people? Answer – A map.
Well done if you got it.
I hope you and your family have a lovely weekend. You all deserve it!
Thursday 26th March 2020
C’est jeudi vingt six mars, deux mille vingt
Good Morning Primary Five!
I hope you are all happy and well.
It has been lovely to hear some of the things you have been up to and receive more photos. Sophie has been busy learning sign language. What a great idea! Maybe you could try some.
I have heard that Rory has been working hard all week and here is a photograph to prove it. I look forward to reading the finished article. Good job, Rory!
Aysa found a most unusual stone while out for a walk and has used it as inspiration for some artwork. Very creative, Aysa. I love both the stone and the artwork.
Lots more of you have been working on Sumdog. I think you will have earned lots of coins to spend on your house on Friday. I have set a new Times Tables Challenge on Sumdog for you to take part in. It starts today and lasts until next Thursday. Give it a go!
Suggested tasks for today are –
LITERACY – Keep your spelling going. The best way to improve is to do some every day. Just for 10 or 15 minutes.
Reading – Keep reading your book every day. Work on a task from your reading grid.
Literacy skills – You may like to continue working on your personal project or author study. You may prefer to choose a different or new activity from the Literacy Wall.
MATHS – Spend 15 minutes practising tables. Try the Sumdog Tables Challenge or the dice activity in the maths wall. Keep working on your maths booklet. If you find anything difficult, ask for help and spend some time practising what you found tricky.
LINQUASCOPE – Mrs Johnston suggested everybody practise French yesterday. If you would like to, remember the username for Linquascope is Currie0131 and the password is Strasbourg. Choose Houlalaand Elementary.
Expressive arts and STEM You can choose something from the grid or something of your own. Use your imagination, thinking skills and be creative.
RIDDLE Well done if you got the answer to yesterdays riddle.
What is always in front of you but can’t be seen? – The future.
TODAY’S RIDDLE: Where can you find cities, towns, shops, and streets but no people?
Have a great day!
Wednesday 25th March 2020
C’est mercredi vingt cinq mars, deux mille vingt
Good Morning Primary Five!
Are you ready for another day of Home Learning? I hope yesterday went well. I gave Joe Wicks’ PE lesson a go and really enjoyed it although I wasn’t very good at the kangaroo hops as I tripped over the log and dropped my joey twice! Maybe today I will be better.
Remember to send photos (you can email them to Mrs Milne) of anything special, interesting or fun you have been doing. Richard and his brother, Robert, have been doing some fabulous drawing with ‘Draw with Bob’. You can see the results below. Super drawings, Richard and Robert.
I can see some of you have been working hard on Sumdog – well done. On Friday at 11 am I will be opening the Sumdog House for you all. You will find it on the House panel on your City page. Once there you can select an avatar, choose a pet, invite friends and decorate your house and garden. If you have completed tasks you will have earned Sumdog coins, which you can spend in the Sumdog store. The more tasks you complete, the more coins you will have to spend. It will be open for an hour.
Suggested tasks for today are–
LITERACY – 10 minutes spelling – you can choose from your grid or play a game you know with someone in your household. You could make up your own way to practise. If you come up with a successful idea let me know and I can share with the rest of the class.
Reading – read the next chapter of your class novel.
Reading skills – Today may be a good day to start researching a topic for your personal project or an author you would like to study (see the learning wall). Remember to use the skills you have been taught – skim, scan, make notes in your own words, create your own text.
Maths – Work on either the Sumdog challenge or tables skills. How many coins can you earn? Complete a page of your home learning booklet and choose an activity from the learning wall.
STEM – Have you started or completed a task yet? Today could be the day to start (or finish). Remember to have some exercise either with Joe Wicks or outside (following the 2m rule!).
RIDDLE Did you find the answer to yesterday’s riddle? How many letters are there in the English alphabet?
Solution: 18 (3 in ‘the’, 7 in ‘English,’ and 8 in ‘alphabet.’)
Well done if you got it!
Here is another riddle for you: What is always in front of you but can’t be seen? Answer will be revealed tomorrow.
Have a great day!
Tuesday 24th March 2020
Good Morning Primary Five! Happy Tuesday!
I hope yesterday went well for you and you managed to learn, exercise and have some fun. Did you join in with Joe Wicks? I think I might try today!
Tasks for today may include –
- Spend 10 minutes practising your spelling words.
- Work on the Punctuation task in the Literacy Wall.
- Read some of your novel and complete a task from the Reading Grid.
- Spend 10 minutes practising a times table.
- Complete another page of your Home Learning Booklet.
- I have set up a new Sumdog Challenge for you – give it a go.
STEM – Choose something from the Expressive Arts and STEM wall.
It would be great if you could share photographs of any activities you have been doing. I would love to see what you have been up to.
Finally, to help keep these brains working, I have a riddle for you. Can you work it out? Answer tomorrow.
Riddle: How many letters are there in the English alphabet?
Have a great day! Mrs Özbey
Good Morning Primary Five!
Monday 23rd March 2020
Happy Monday and welcome to our new ‘classroom’. Although I can’t be with you in person, I am still thinking about you all and am ready to help and guide you if you need me.
As this is a new experience for us all, Mrs Johnston has added an example timetable to the website to help you plan your learning. You have lots of learning to choose from in your pack and on the website. As we normally work on our spelling on a Monday, The Spelling Grid and Practice Writing Skills tasks would be a good place to start today. For maths, I suggest you work on a page of your Maths Home Learning Booklet and one task from the Maths Wall.
Be creative today and make a rainbow for your window. Lots of children are making rainbows for their windows for people to spot while out for a walk. I think that is a really good idea to cheer everyone up. You could be really creative with this. Make your rainbow really special.
Have a lovely day.