WOW isn’t this just amazing?! Huge well done to Annie for confidently demonstrating how to make her healthy banana and peanut butter snack. Yummmm!!! She has inspired me to attempt to make it and have with my cup of tea.
Here’s an example of what your fraction of the day might look like.
Hello 4s! Hope we are all adjusting well to our new learning environments and keeping ourselves safe and healthy. Here is a suggestion for some Saturday (!?) home learning.
Science: Earth Hour is on 28 March at 8:30pm when we try to turn off as many electrical appliances as possible. Make a list of/draw everything in your house that uses electricity. What could you switch off that you don’t need? Why is it important to cut down the electricity we use?
Choose an animal you want to learn more about. Find out as much as you can about the animal and create a poster or factbook to show your learning.
I think you’ll be surprised at just how much electricity we use. I also think times like this will be a good opportunity to explore fun activities that require zero electricity.
Keep working hard, keep relaxing when you can and be mindful of your families. Choose kind.
Thank you to Sciennes mummy, Leda, who kindly came in on Thursday to plant with all three P4 classes. Please take care of your seeds and update us with their growth during this home learning period. We are missing you already! ❤️ Miss W, Mr H and Mrs B xxx
As part of our learning about Scotland we visited a local business to learn about setting up a small local business and entrepreneurial skills. We explored the different roles involved in the production of chocolate and made our own tasty bars!!! We then used our learning to set up our own small fictional businesses in our cooperative learning groups.
To celebrate our learning, Primary Four invited guests along to our Roman Banquet last Friday morning. The children prepared all of the food (the dips went down a treat), decorated the room and shared their learning – a good time was had by all. Thank you to those who joined us!
P4A had a fantastic opportunity to meet storyteller Eric Brennan as part of Scottish Book Week. The children were brilliant ambassadors for Sciennes and had a superb time.