P1b Learning Log Wb: 4th December 2017

What is going well?

Sophie and Mia enjoy sitting on the carpet with the class to learn new sounds and number work.

Millie enjoys learning about new topics and likes learning all sorts of new things.

Millie also enjoys making new friends.

Cody likes playing games during P.E.

Stephen enjoys learning about numbers and learning new letters (sounds). He also makes some fantastic creations with the building blocks.

Jamie likes to play the ‘Bubbles – Count to 100’ game on the Smart Board.

Daniel still enjoys running the daily mile in the playground.

What could be better?

Stephen and Jamie say that we have to remember to keep being nice to each other.

Sophie says that saying, ‘Stop it!’ is a sensible way to respond if someone upsets you.  If you upset someone you should say, ‘Sorry!’ and maybe give that person a hug.

Felix doesn’t like it when people play football in the playground.  It takes up space and the ball sometimes hits someone.

Darcy, Emma and Lachlan would like to have a house play area in both of the P1 classrooms.

P7b Learning Log – 8/12/17

This week we have learned how to play ‘Deck the Halls’ on the piano and the glockenspiels. We went into groups and some went onto the computers and some went onto instruments.

This week we have also learned how to do the famous rugby dance The Haka. We had lots of fun doing this in P.E and we got to make up our own little bit in groups as well.

We worked on some perspective art and based it on Holes. We used a vanishing point to make our pictures look 3D!

By Grace & Isaac.

P1a Learning Log 4.12.17

What is going well?

“We have been looking after the toys.” – Martin

“We have been learning our tricky words.” – Devyn

“We have been practising our writing.” – Teigan

“We have been learning about the Nativity story.” – Grace

“We learned some football skills with the coaches.” – Corbin

“We have been learning how to use the computers.” – Dominik

“We have been doing yoga to keep fit.” – Maya

“We have finished learning all of our sounds!” – Atharv

“We know the actions to our songs.” – Youcef

“We have been practising our Nativity.” – Inana

“Reading magazines in the house corner.” – Milo

What could be better?

“We need to look after the iPads because one got broken!” – Aiyet

“We could use more playdough.” – Charlotte

“More little trays of sand.” – Zosia

“Keep looking after the house corner.” – Darcy

“More writing in salt with a stick.” – Lacey

“Play more of the Hanging Monkeys game on the computers.” – Carmella

“I want to play the number game where the monkey walks across the bridge.” – Matylda

“Practise the monkey bars outside.” – Christopher

P6b Learning Log w.c.27.11.17

Brandon’s Learning Log

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Maths – We learned about triangles:

isosceles – two sides are the same length

scalene – no sides are the same

equilteral – all sides are the same.

Music – We are practising our carol singing and getting better at our singing in general. Some of the songs are Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer and Jingle Bells.

Art – We were drwing our suns with weird designs and hot colours. We also made robins for the Christmas Fair – and they all sold out!

P.E. We practised some Scottish Country Dances for our party with the Leith Academy Sports Leaders. We learned the Canadian Barn Dance, the Virginia Reel and the Gay Gordons. We also had football training with the coaches from Hibs. We did warm ups, drills and mini games.

P2/1 Learning Log 30.11.17

What is going well?

David – doing our worksheets, the ones when we were learning the qu sound

Sarah – clapping in music

Alex – picking magic e words out of a sentence

Aidan – when I was getting speedy at football and I scored

Jack – at football I may have lost but I still got to score a goal that was good

Erika – singing nativity songs

Ellis – My speaking part in the Nativity is going well

Logan R – I got beat at football but I got the football on my chest which was good

Caiden – turning the music on and off (in the nativity practice)

 

What could be better?

Carrie – I want to work on mental maths

Yasmin – it was hard to do my qu worksheet

Faye – mental maths could be better

Isla – the worksheet where we read the sentences and filled in the magic e words was a bit tricky

Kayla – learning oi words could be better

Theo – the football could be even harder

Tristan – learning about mental maths

This week we really enjoyed hibs coaches teaching us football. Next week we would like to go on more adventures.

P6b Learning Log w.c. 13.11.17

 

We went to the Cinema this week to see the Goosebumps movie. Everyone enjoyed it, but it was a little bit scary! Everyone had different favourite scenes and characters. We certainly had lots to talk about! We wrote plans for our movie reviews and we will write them next week.

We went outside to find and measure different types of angles. We were surprised how many different kinds we could find! We even worked out how to measure a reflex angle, which is more than 180 degrees.

P6b Learning Log w.c. 20.11.17

Rhianyn’s Learning Log

 

I learned how to do the haka with Mrs. McLaughlin. I think I did well in my group because I made sure everyone else got a turn. I didn’t know that rugby players do the haka before a match.

My favourite thing this week was Buddy Time because we got to talk about our feelings. My buddy already knew about a lot of feelings. I was very proud of her.

I am going to use a dictionary more often to help me spell words I don’t know.

We did some team building exercises with the Leith Academy Sports Leaders this week. We had to communicate with our team and help each other to complete the tasks. It was great fun!

In the ICT suite we worked with our partners on our Space research. We learned how to ask specific questions and how to bookmark useful pages.