Friday 19th February:
It is nice to see you all back after the February break. This is the last Magical Moments from home learning as we will all be back together on Monday, very exciting! This week we have been looking at character description, rounding numbers and internet safety this week.
Let’s have a look at some of the brilliant work from this week…
Not long now, enjoy your weekend and I will see you on Monday!
Thursday 4th February:
You have all made it to the February break, well done! It has not been easy since Christmas but you all have shown such brilliant resilience and created some excellent work. You all deserve to have a good break from school.
This week the main focus was to create a story with the character and setting that you created. I have been so impressed with the descriptive pieces of writing that you have sent me.
Take a little look…
Have a lovely week off and I will see you on TEAMS for one more week of home learning.
Friday 29th January:
Hello Primary 3!
We are at the end of another week of home learning. I think quite a lot of us are starting to feel a bit tired and fed up, which is completely understandable as this is not how we should be learning and working but just know that you are doing so well and you should be so proud of yourselves.
Even though we are a bit tired, I have received some brilliant work from through the week where we have looked at Burns celebrations, you have been planning your setting for your story and working hard on your addition and subtraction.
Let’s have a look and see what we have been up to in Primary 3….
Well done everyone for the super work this week, only one more week to go until the February break.
Our winner for the Scots Poetry Competition is Ella, you can see Ella’s poetry recital on the Scots assembly. If you submitted a video you should have received a little certificate from me also. Well done to all that took part!
The Sumdog champions for this week are:
I hope you all have a lovely weekend and I will see you on Monday at 3pm!
Friday 22nd January:
Good morning P3, how are you today?
We have made it to Friday of Week 2 and I am pleased to see that so many of you are working hard at home. I know that it can be tricky and you need to make sure that you are taking lots of breaks to play and rest. As it is Friday I want to show you some of the fantastic work that has been sent to me this week. We have been looking at mind maps to help us with our writing, the area of a shape in maths, thinking about different kinds of music and going out to look at our local area.
So let’s take a look…
It is fantastic to see all of the brilliant work that you are doing and thank you for continuing to send me pictures of what you are doing at home.
On Monday it is Robert Burns Day, so remember to have a look at the website to have a look at what is going on and send any videos to Miss Inglis if you do any of the Scottish challenges.
Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy the snow!
Friday 15th January:
We have made it to the end of our first week of home learning and I am so proud of your resilience and enthusiasm to complete work from the learning grid. We often like to share our work when at school and we can’t do that at the moment, so we will do this though our Magical Moments blog on a Friday.
Remember you can share work with me by uploading your work on Learning Journals, if you want it to be shared on the Friday then it will need to be in to me by 12pm on a Thursday.
Some of our Literacy and Numeracy tasks:
Some other learning this week
I am so impressed with the work that you have produced this week, you have been working very hard at home, so keep up the good work.
I had a look at Sumdog and again almost all of you have completed over 100% of the challenge.
Our champions this week are:
Thursday 17th December:
We had our Christmas party yesterday where we had fun playing some different games, listening to musch and enjoying snacks. Unfortunately this year we are unable to sing in class, so in P3 we decided to learn Jingle Bells in sign language and hum along to the song.
Wednesday 11th November:
In Primary 3 we have been helping to clean up our school and look after the environment.
We had a fantastic discussion in class about how harmful litter can be to animals, our environment and us! So we wanted to do something about it.
We actually agreed after the litter pick that as a school we are quite good at putting our litter in the bin, as we didn’t have to pick up too much…especially in the P3 section of the playground!
Thursday 1st October:
Primary 3 have enjoyed being outside for Maths Week Scotland. We took part in the school Maths challenge and did an excellent job at finding and answering all the questions around the school.
In class we have been learning about time and this has given us the opportunity to make clocks outside using hula hoops and sticks. We have also shown that we can match digital and analogue clock times.
Super work Primary 3!
Tuesday 22nd September:
The children in Primary 3 have been very busy over the past couple of weeks developing their skills in mixing colours. They have been making secondary colours (green, orange and purple) using the Primary colours (red, blue and yellow) to create these striking Picasso inspired faces. Everyone tried really hard to mix lots of different colours using only red, yellow, blue and white and paint within the lines.
Primary 3 have also started learning about Pablo Picasso. We have looked at his famous painting, “The Weeping Woman” which is one of his classic pieces of art from his “cubism” period. Over the next couple of weeks, we plan to recreate our own Picasso inspired images.
Tuesday 11th August:
It is not long until you are back to school and you may be feeling nervous, excited or both, well guess what I am feeling both! I am looking forward to seeing you all on Wednesday and Thursday and we will make sure to take everything one step at a time whilst we get our heads around everything.
Before the holidays you were given a transition passport with a picture of your new classroom but unfortunately all of the classrooms had to be changed. So I have put a picture of the new classroom (and me!) below and a picture of the outside, so you know where to go on your first morning back.
Our classroom is the door that is open, we are the 5th classroom along but don’t worry there will be signs that say P3b is here when you arrive in the morning.
Make sure to come straight into the classroom between 8:35am and 9:00am and I will let you know where you need to go and what you need to do.
Try to relax over the next day or two and I look forward to seeing you soon.
Bye for now,
Thursday 25th June:
Welcome to P3B!