Hi everyone! Here is your topic grid which you will see on today’s Seesaw task. I have posted it here so it is easier to see all the activities. There are loads of activities to help you find out all about the deserts of the world and their climates. Think about lots of different ways you could show and record your learning – get creative and then share some of them with me on Seesaw. I would love to see your work! Miss Hendry
Good morning everyone!
I have posted two new tasks on SeeSaw this morning, for you to complete whenever is best for you and your family. Please remember the priority at the moment is to get used to our new routines and to enjoy our learning!
I loved seeing and responding to your posts yesterday – thank you.
Check SeeSaw each morning for new tasks.
Attached to this post, you will find documents relating to your child’s learning. The learning packs we sent home will have activity grids, a QR access code for Seesaw, some printed resources and some jotters and workbooks. This pack should last until the Easter holidays and then beyond with further updates provided daily via Seesaw.
Seesaw is a sharing platform that the children will be able to use to record and share some of their learning. We are offering this as a home and school link during this time. You can use Seesaw to share some of your child’s home learning with me and I can provide feedback. If your child has mislaid the code please just email and I can send another copy.
If I can provide any other advice or support please get in touch.
Today we had loads of fun comparing the weights of different vegetables. We then chopped them up and made vegetable soup. Delicious!
Today was very exciting for P2H as we got to walk over the new Queensferry Crossing. Some of our favourite parts were…
-taking pictures on the bridge
-learning about the bridge and asking the engineers questions
-the great view of Queensferry and the Forth
-seeing the other two bridges too!
Miss Hendry and P2H
We’ve been busy learning all about the weather and how it affects our daily lives.
Here’s a link to a bank of fun activities to keep the learning going at home. Check it out!
Primary Two have been working hard with their reading this year and we would like to thank you for your support at home with this – it really makes a difference!
There are lots of great apps available if you are looking for anything to support further reading practice at home. Here are a few links to lists of apps (free and paid-for) which are suitable for phonics and reading revision.
App Wheel– This document contains a few more apps under the ‘Early Reading’ section of the wheel.