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Room 10 Kirklandneuk

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Welcome to 2011!

This is what they might use to rescue a wild fox or lost dog.
We got to see what the officer would wear and use to rescue animals on cliffs and Swans.

Although this term has only just started, we have been working very hard already!

We have really enjoyed our China topic, which has now come to an end. We have completed our large dragon which you will see in the foyer very soon! Primary 4 also had the chance to try and taste a stir fry- It was delicious! We have used many skills while completing all of the tasks during our topic, including measuring, cutting and folding to make Lucky Money envelopes. We also made Willow Pattern Plates, fans and masks of the animals- taken from the chinese calendar. Miss Fulton thinks we have all been very Successful Learners and enjoyed working on the topic too :)

We recieved a letter from a Roman God, Remus, who has asked us to help him find his way back to his hometown. He told us we would need to learn about his country and people and we have accepted his challenge. All of primary 4 are excited about our new topic and will be working hard to transform part of our classroom.

Our class were lucky enough to have a visit from the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SSPCA). We learned a lot about how to help animals in the wild as well as pets. Some children in our class got to use the special equipment that the officers use when rescuing animals in the wild!Here are some pictures for you to look at...Enjoy!
We will update our blog again soon!
Thank you for visiting
P4 and Miss Fulton