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Room 10 Kirklandneuk

Thursday, November 25, 2010

November 2010

Primary 4 have been working very hard over the past few weeks. We have all been learning lots about China and are in the process of creating our own dragons and a large dragon for our classroom.

We made Santa tree decorations and magnets in boxes for the fayre. These turned out very well and lots of us have bought them too.
We are all very proud of what we made and everyone that visited the fayre had a great time :)

A special mention must go to Megan Barr, who was honoured and lucky enough to become the star of the show, switching on the Renfrew Christmas lights! Megan did very well and felt happy and excited when she put the lights on.

Over the next few weeks we are looking forward to completing our China Topic and working on some Christmas activities. We are looking forward to sampling some Chinese food and completing the challenge of our large dragon.

In maths the rectangles have been finding division easier and the quads are confident with exchanging in subtraction :) Miss Fulton is very pleased with us.

Work home week will be on the 6th of December. We hope everyone will be impressed with our work and can see how much effort we have been putting in.

Over the next few weeks we will be learning our song for the Christmas Concert and practising t0 perform at our best on 16th December.

Another update and some photographs will follow! :)

Thanks for visiting our blog

P4 and Miss Fulton

Friday, November 5, 2010

Term 2

Primary 4 have settled in very well to term 2. With a new school and new teacher the boys and girls are working very hard.

During this term we will be covering our new topic which is 'China'. We are all looking forward to starting this next week :) We will be making arts and crafts as well as sampling some food from China over the next few weeks.

We have also been doing electricity in science. This is very interesting and we are all aware of the safety aspects and dangers that go with using electricity. We are looking forward to building our own battery operated circuits.

With the lead up to Christmas we will be rehearsing a class song which we will perform in December during our Christmas Show.

Miss Fulton is very pleased with how hard we have been working and hopes we can keep this up!

We are all enjoying P.E this term and will continue to work hard on our skills in, both, gymnastics and ball games.

As we have recently set our PLP targets, we are all working towards these and hope to have achieved them by the end of term.

Thank you for visiting our class blog...photographs will be uploaded soon to show us hard at work!

Thanks again

P4 and Miss Fulton