P4b December Learning Logs

2.12.16

This week we learned about Egyptian Pyramids- the Giza pyramids are the most famous- Troy

We learned a lot more about places of worship such as Christian churches and we designed our own church- Josh

We have been doing our coding in ICT. It is getting harder when you go up the levels so I would like to improve on that- Aidan

Other pupil comments:

We love learning all about the Egyptian pyramids- Troy

We are slowly getting better at our times tables but still need to keep practicing- Josh

 

Muckle reading is going very well. We did a task this week on Paddington Bear. We are going to keep working on that over the next few weeks- Carla

9.12.16

This week we learnt all about Ancient Egyptiqan Death masks! They were so cool. The Egyptians made these after death so they could have them in the afterlife. Then we created our own- Carla

We did a lot of work on our four times tables. We are getting better at them. We use a game called Loop Cards to help us- Amelia

We made our own mummies this week and learnt all about the mummification process. First you have to take out their brain using a hook, and then all of the other body parts before cleaning the body and wrapping it up- Joshua

Other Pupil Comments

We are working on our Scottish Country Dancing. It’s hard but we are practicing during PE- Nicolas

We gave a presentation talking about the place of worship we designed. We had to talk through all of the features of a place of worship, it was interesting- Zayn

16.12.16

This week during our Egyptian topic we learned all about Hieroglyphics and old Egyptian scrolls. We then made our own old Egyptian scrool using teabags and paper to create the effect of old paper. On top of this we wrote our name in Hieroglyphics. It was amazing! Troy

We are getting really good at our times tables. We play a game on TopMarks called Multiplication Bingo. We work in paris and help each other. Our target is to get quicker and quicker every week! Liam

Other Pupil Comments:

We get tested in our spelling during the week, or any words we find tricky during our big writing. This is helping us a lot. Alix

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