We have written more poems but this week our subject was the senses. Again we have done a brilliant job. They didn’t have to rhyme and we got to choose which sense we wrote our poem on. Some of us even chose to copy our poems out and take them home to show our parents – we were so proud of them! Continuing on the poetry theme – some of us read our “To a ……” Poems in our Burns assembly yesterday. Everyone read clearly and confidently.
In Numeracy, we have continued to work on division and in Maths we are beginning to create our own bar charts, using data we have collected ourselves.
We have begun to present our research on Scottish music and dance and so far – lots of fun. Next week we move onto the Vikings!!
We have worked on apostrophes and reflective reading was on the author Roald Dahl. We read a piece of text on his life, which had silly words in it. We found the correct words, amongst laughter! We also looked at a piece of text about Charles Rennie Mackintosh and we had to put it in the right order then write some notes bullet point style about his life.
NYCOS continued on Thursday and our rhythm is getting better each week.
In French, we can give you a weather forecast.
Hope that you are all having a lovely weekend.
Love from P4B and Mrs.Burton