It's not boring at all because we get the SPaG crown, the Maths medal and the listening ears. You get to play games like Articulate!, Invisible Man (a spelling game) and the times-table challenge. Mrs Lohoar, who is my teacher, taught us how to do relative clauses. She also taught us how to write news … Continue reading Thoughts on Year 5…
Prince Edward Primary School received a wonderful gift yesterday -- a game called Articulate! Mr Sieczkarek and three of us from Amethyst class went to surprise Mrs Lohoar with the game, and we all had a practice with Miss Allerton. In the game, players describe words from different categories to their team as quickly as possible. What a … Continue reading Articulate!
Here are our Mathematician of the Week (left) and our Star of the Week (right). In Maths, we have been working on statistics and analysing line graphs. Our Maths Master tackled this with aplomb! In Literacy, we have been carrying on with our Harry Potter work. Our Star of the Week has been amazing across the … Continue reading This Week’s Superstars
Today we continued our learning on rivers. Now we can tell you how rivers are used around the world and explain the stages and features of a river. (Thanks, Oddizzi!) Here are our Geography Gurus of the Day with our class globe. They can name several rivers AND show you where in the world the … Continue reading Geography Day
Our Good Listener has been really paying attention to the Harry Potter story so far because she made some fantastic predictions today. Here she is standing in front of our Literacy working wall, where we posted our thoughts on Dudley.
We in Amethyst class are SO excited because we have finally started reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Here we are showing our Gryffindor colours! We also have a new way to celebrate the good listeners in our class. Can you guess how we do that? Our teacher, who is from Florida, brought these back from … Continue reading New Year, New Things!