Spelling– Week 2) worksheets
Wolves (double ending letters)
Children have to complete a worksheet for spelling this week.
The Yellow and the Blue group- Scarlet number 4 comprehension worksheet- circle the answers.
Pink – See bookmark
Orange – See bookmark
Green – See bookmark
*NEW* Numeracy- Keep going with your Learnits. If there are any people who need new learnits can you write a note and let me know.
Learnits- The Rules…
The children are asked the question on the learnits card on several occasions and if they answer correctly, within about two seconds, they can have a tick. Once they have ten ticks they can throw the learnit away. Once the envelope is empty they can have some new learnits. You can keep the envelope at home until it needs refilled.
Don’t feel you have to do all of them at once. A few at a time is sufficient.
Task 1: Write out your words 3 times in neat columns using Look,Say, Cover, Write, Check.
Spelling Words Week starting 30-1ib7fxl
Task 2: Complete task from spelling activity card using your spelling words. The activity cards are in homework jotters.
Complete multiplication worksheet.
Spelling words – 30 of the most commonly wrongly spelled words – pupils are to challenge themselves to learn these for MONDAY 6th Feb
Maths For Friday – Pupils are asked to learn their 8 times table and related division sums (e.g. 6×6 is 36 so 36 divided by 6 = 6). These need to be learned with speed and accuracy. There are fortune tellers which pupils can decorate, build and use to learn. They have had the 8 times table one handed out in class.
In Maths we have been investigating parabolic curves and producing these in a variety of colours and shapes. Pupils are being asked to research new designs of these and try at least 1 on an A4 piece of paper or other medium (please ask if needed) – see here for a similar lesson http://mrchads.weebly.com/parabolic-curve.html
Parents Evening: Thursday 2nd February 3.30 – 5.30pm: This is a drop-in event for an informal chat, we are still waiting on mi:SPACE deliveries and hope to invite parents in to share more learning after the Feb holiday so if you are unable to attend on Thursday there will be another opportunity soon.
Phonic homework will be sent home on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this is recapping some of the sounds we have done before we move on to new sounds.
Reading: New books and words to go with the books. There will also be the usual sentences and activities.
Science: As we have been investigating materials the children are to find things in the house that are made from either wood, metal, plastic, glass or fabric. They are to draw and label the item and discuss with you why the item is made from that material.
Parents Evening: Thursday 2nd February 3.30 – 5.30pm: This is a drop-in event for an informal chat.
Please READ, COVER, WRITE and CHECK words twice.
Complete one activity from sheet.
For Monday 6.2.17
Homework this week:
Spelling – List 20 ‘ea’ as in hear, sea . Well done to those who tried to make a wordsearch or a criss cross ( but please ensure you are using the designated spelling list!)
Reading – Ongoing – though we will have a focus on non-fiction books later in the week.
Maths – Well done to all those who tried Sumdog last week and to those who completed the time challenge. There is now a new challenge called ‘P2 Half and Quarter Challenge‘ for this week – 75 points to collect.
Numeracy – just for fun, try this game on TopMarks maths. It’s free and easy to use. Click on Learning Games , 5-7 years, addition and subtraction then choose the top game ‘Number Fact Families’. The children have played this already and were getting the hang of it. This game tries to improve understanding of linked facts.
Topic – Electricity continues and photos will follow in due course 🙂
Congratulations to these two wee stars for representing P2 in the Scots poetry recital assembly. Girls, you were amazing- showing lots of confidence and being able to recite a poem from memory? Wow! 🙂
Much fun was had at our wee celebration though time went so quickly! P1 and P2 danced the ‘Military Two Step’ and tried a circle dance. All four classes joined together for some snacks and then P1/2 sang some Scottish songs.
Parent Drop-in – pop in this Thursday, anytime from 3:30 – 5pm to browse your child’s work and see their learning environment.
And finally….there’s now a link to a video of the Nativity on this website- click on Success Gallery on the school’s home page and follow the link from there. Enjoy!!
Primary 4 and I are taking part in a monthly writing competition run by the Scottish Book Trust.
The children will get a chance to write a 50 word “story” based on a visual prompt provided by the book trust.
The children should enter the “young writers” category.
I have started a creative writing course and will be taking part in this too. Why don’t you have a go?
This month is:
Write a story that features the roll of a dice.
There will be an opportunity for the children to brainstorm ideas in class and write some ideas for their story as well as begin to write it.
I would appreciate it if you could help them to apply at home when they bring you their completed piece of writing.
The website is:
and all information can be found there. There are also examples of last months winners.
Every month we will post a few entries on the website so that you can see what the children have been writing.
Reading – All pupils have reading homework for Wednesday 1/2/17
Maths – All pupils have a maths worksheet for Friday 3/2/17
Well done to all the pupils who learnt a poem by Robert Burns.
Thursday 2/2/17 3.30 – 5.30pm Parent Drop In Session. I look forward to seeing parents on Thursday or I am happy to arrange an appointment at another suitable time. (Mrs. Hunter)