Maths and Numeracy – We are learning about money.
We are learning to recognise all the UK coins.
We made money spiders and had a treasure hunt for coins in the sand.
We are learning to use coins to make totals.
We pretended to buy toys from a toy shop.
Some of us are also trying to make a total using the fewest coins we can!!
PC Potter gave us a tour of Rothes Police Station. We saw the muster room where the officers meet, we saw the uniform room - Paige tried on a winter hat! We saw the kitchen where the officers have their meals. We even saw an old cell, we found out that anyone who is arrested goes to Elgin Police Station now. We even got to hear the police siren on the landrover......It was loud!!
Later in the week we thought about 'Peace' and prepared for our Peace Assembly.
We visited the Fire Station to find out what a firefighter does.
P1s practised joining 'ie' together while P2s practised their spelling patterns.
We enjoyed our visit to the library. We learned how to find books on a compueter and on the shelves and we made our own bookmarks.
We've been learning to subtract in maths using different games.
P2s practised their spelling words outside this week. P2s were learning to sequence numbers to 100 using 100 squares, tens and ones and a paper quiz.
P1s played different games to sequence numbers to 10 and 20. P1/2 practised forming letters on each others backs.
P1/2 learned how to keep the 'beat' to a piece of music.
The Lollipop Man visited us and we asked him lots of questions.
P1s have been forming the letter 'o' outside using big chalks and the letter 'u' on a partner's back.
P2s are showing how to represent two-digit numbers as a picture using sticks of tens and dots.
P1s like learning maths on the computers and using blocks to build towers.
P2s enjoyed practising their spelling words with playdoh!
We learned about tooth brushing from Carly from Childsmile.
We walked to the River Spey to create our assembly song......"Down at the river...."
P1s learned their new sounds 'c & k' and P2s practised their spelling words. We used old cds and dry-wipe pens to form our letters and words.
We all brought in our bikes and helmets to get them checked by Mrs Stuart and Mrs Duncan ready for our Bikeability training.