Primary 4C Term 2 Reflection

Primary 4C Reflection Leaflet: Term 2

Numeracy

Primary 4 have continued to work hard to successfully learn their pesky times tables! They have also managed to link their knowledge of multiplication to help them with division sums.

The class have also been successfully rounding to the nearest 10, 100 and even 1000! Primary 4 are confident in rounding numbers in a range of different contexts.

The children have shown enjoyment in using a variety of different active games to consolidate their learning of rounding, multiplication and division. Feel free to play some of these at home!

Literacy

Writing – Primary 4 have been busy creating a variety of imaginative stories. The children worked hard to include WOW words, connectives, and a range of sentence openers to make their writing more exciting.

Reading – Primary 4 have been developing their knowledge of evaluating and understanding a text. The children have created book reviews, wrote summaries and new blurbs, created cartoon strips and made detailed character descriptions. The class will continue with this learning next term.

Listening and Talking: Primary 4 presented their learning of Saint Andrew at the whole school Scotland assembly. They presented with confidence and enthusiasm. The children have also been speaking about their own feelings and how others may feel, through a small, end of term topic ‘Man on the Moon’. The children also enjoyed performing in the Christmas show.

Health and Wellbeing

The children have been learning about the importance of team work and good sportsmanship with Miss Robertson. They also learned a variety of different dance sequences.

IDL

Primary 4 enjoyed learning about Scotland this term and presented some of their learning at a whole school assembly. The children also successfully made comparisons of English and Scottish soldiers from the Scottish Wars of Independence.

It has been great getting to know the children of Primary 4 and I cannot wait to work alongside you to continue their learning through Term 3 and Term 4.

Miss Cunningham

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