Our week in P3a has been jam-packed with healthy activities and we loved it!
We also learnt to play some Spanish playground games:”A pares y nones” and “1 2 3 momma es”
We also got the chance to learn about dental hygiene with some dental nurses. They taught us how much sugar we are supposed to eat each day and how to brush our teeth properly. They also showed us how much sugar is in some popular food and drinks.
On Wednesday, we got the chance to make some Mexican food with Ms Karam and some of our lovely parent helpers. We made guacamole and salsa to go in our tasty tacos. Lots of us tried new food and enjoyed it!
Emily, a ranger from Newhailes, came to visit us in the afternoon so we could do some outdoor learning. We went into the outdoor classroom to discuss insects and minibeasts before going off to hunt them ourselves. We found loads of interesting things!
This week in P3a we planted chives as part of our food and farming topic. This is helping the class to learn what plants need to grow and develop. We will take good care of them and hopefully have some wonderful results before the end of term.
We have also been recording how many laps we’ve managed to run during our daily dash. At the end of the week we found out that we had run a collective total of 26 miles! That would be enough for us to run all the way to the Kelpies in Falkirk!
P3a were learning about plural nouns on Friday morning. So, we made the most of the lovely weather and went outside to match singular and plural nouns using giant chalk. Everybody worked hard and there was some excellent teamwork on display – well done P3! 😃☀️
P3 visited the BT Murrayfield stadium this afternoon. They were given a tour of the press suite, the players’ changing rooms and they even got to run out of the players’ tunnel at the end! We had such an amazing time 😃
Today, P3 got to visit Gladstone’s Land, an Edinburgh tenement building which has been restored to look the way it did in the 17th century.
We started our trip with a quick stop at Edinburgh castle to eat our snack.
Then we headed to Gladstone’s Land to get dressed up for our tour. We headed around the building in groups where we got to see different rooms of the house and find out what they would have been used for. We even got to find out what some of them would have smelled like, they weren’t very pleasant!