Primary 2 Enjoy-a-ball

On Tuesday 31st January P2H and P2L will be having a visit from Paul Pizza of Enjoy-a-ball!  During their PE lesson the children will receive a taster session showing them what the after school club has to offer.  After practising some ball skills with the children, in a fun and exciting way, Paul will provide each with a leaflet telling them how they can join one of the Enjoy-a-ball clubs in South Queensferry should they wish to. You can look out for the leaflets in bookbags next week!

Mrs Law and Miss Hendry

P1 – Winter Bird Feeders

We wanted to help the birds during winter because they find it harder to find food. So we have been following a recipe to make fat balls. We used our maths to make sure we followed the recipe in the right order and we used the right amount of the ingredients. We got to the 4th step. Our fat balls are now setting in the fridge. Our last step is to think carefully about where to hang them up in the playground.

We reused our milk cartons too!

P1 Literacy Resources

*A guide to help you with your cursive letter formation.

cursive formations

*Free ebooks and activities – You need to join by setting up a username and password, it’s well worth it as there are loads of great resources that you can use on an ipad too.
http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/home/reading-site/find-a-book/library-page

*Phonics – explore where the sounds are in different words
http://www.iboard.co.uk/iwb/Letter-Sounds-205

*Jolly Phonics actions
http://jollylearning.co.uk/2010/11/03/jolly-phonics-actions/

*Jolly Phonics – Songs which your child will learn in class to help them remember their sounds. The children enjoy hearing them and singing along!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCjJYB07aSU

*Questions to support reading. (A pdf of the card you were given during the P1 Curriculum evening)

Reading Questions

P1 Numeracy Resources

*Counting, Matching and Ordering numbers to 10
http://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/ladybird-spots

*Counting and Writing Numbers
http://mrcrammond.com/games/understanding_number/Understanding_number.swf?sid=3683

*Counting 2 groups of apples, fish or sweeties (addition)
http://www.iboard.co.uk/iwb/Simple-Addition-Stories-721

*Pattern Matching
http://www.pbs.org/parents/education/math/games/preschool-kindergarten/pattern-matcher/

*A favourite song
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-FVERzap9E

P6 Non-Fiction Reading Homework

*See below for task details and hand in dates.

Tic Tac Toe – P6 Non-Fiction Reading Homework 

Juicy Words

Choose 6 words that are either new or important in the book, and explain, in your own words, what they mean.

 

Let’s connect

Make 4 connections between something you read and something from your life, another text, or the world around you.

Visual Image

Choose a diagram, map, graph or image that is important to the text. Explain why it is important, and then create a new one for a different section of the book.

Summary

Write a brief paragraph, in your own words, to summarise all you have read in the book.

Opinion

What is your opinion on the topic you have read about? How do you feel about the issue? Are there any moral issues?

Interesting Fact

Explain the most interesting fact you have learned from the reading and why it stood out. Be specific and reference the text.

Let’s connect

Make 4 connections between something you read and something from your life, another text, or the world around you.

Juicy Words

Choose 6 words that are either new or important in the book, and explain, in your own words, what they mean.

 

Interesting Fact

Explain the most interesting fact you have learned from the reading and why it stood out. Be specific and reference the text.

Talk Show

Write down 5 questions you would like to ask the author. What are you still wondering? What would you like to learn more about?

Opinion

What is your opinion on the topic you have read about? How do you feel about the issue? Are there any moral issues?

Presenter

List the different ways information is presented in the book. Which are effective and why? Remember to give examples from the text.

Featuring

List what features of the text help you understand the subject better (e.g. captions, diagrams, timelines, layout, etc). How did they help? Give specific examples.

Summary

Write a brief paragraph, in your own words, to summarise all you have read in the book.

Fast Facts

List 6 interesting facts that you learned from the text in your own words.

Talk Show

Write down 5 questions you would like to ask the author. What are you still wondering? What would you like to learn more about?

Task: Choose 4 activities to complete about a non-fiction text you have chosen to read. Your 4 choices must be in a row, up or down (horizontal or vertical). Colour your selections and record your thoughts and ideas in your reading folder.

Hand in dates: You need to bring in your reading folder and be prepared to share your task from that week with others.

Monday 23rd January

Friday 27th January

Friday 3rd February

Friday 10th February

It is really important you stick to the deadlines and do a little bit each week. As always, your work must be Primary 6 standard! This is in preparation for your personal project, which will start after the February holiday.