Whilst it was chilly outside this afternoon, we were all tucked up in Class 1 with a good book.
Class 2 love supporting the younger children by reading the books to them, talking about the pictures and sharing their ideas. Class 1 also enjoy having the opportunity to read some of the books to their Class 2 buddy.
It was a lovely way to end a very cold Friday!
As well as our Aigas outdoor session and coconut ice making, Class 1 have also been experimenting with clay for the first time. Next week we are planning to create a model that links closely to our topic- watch this space!
Whilst continuing with our daily number games and spelling tasks, we’ve been learning a new story called ‘Monkey See, Monkey Do’. We’ve orally rehearsed the tale and have made a class story map, so our next step is to retell it in written form.
Mike came for his third and penultimate tennis coaching session on Wednesday. All the children have really enjoyed these afternoons and are looking forward to their final one next week.
Today we have practised our Bollywood dance moves and spent some quality time sharing books with Class 2.
I hope everyone has an enjoyable weekend and we’ll see you on Monday for another week of fun 😊😊
Yesterday, Class 1 made coconut ice as part of our topic on ‘Festivals and Celebrations’. We learnt that Diwali is a time when family and friends prepare special food and sweets, and compared this to our own traditions. We couldn’t wait to taste it too!
The Rag Bag has been emptied AGAIN. A massive thank you to everyone who has been contributing to the Rag Bag. Even the delivery man commented on how well we are doing.
Well done Team Daviot
We have 2 sessions with Louise left. These sessions will be next week (Thurs 5th) and Thursday 19th (not 12th due to General Election).
We are currently looking for a helper for next weeks session. If you can help please comment below.
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Inshes Community Association is holding a meeting about future development ideas for Inshes Park. Click on the link for details.
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