Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Today's Science lesson

You did this lesson with Mrs. Treeby today

http://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?b=science/characteristic_material

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Clocks

This is a very very important lesson. We are learning the quarter past and quarter to. In analog (clock face with hands) as well as digital (clock with numbers). 
Here is a very good teaching clock that children can use. 
http://www.time-for-time.com/swf/myclox.swf

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Studying patterns in nature using a digital microscope

These couple of weeks the kids have been getting me all sorts of natural objects in class. Different leaves, dead insects and other small creatures, shells...here are some captures the children have done (some of them by the big kid)




Meta mlejna l-ħobż fil-klassi

Skużawni m'għandix ritratti ta' kulħadd, kelli jdejja maħmuġin kważi l-ħin kollu u ma stajtx nuża l-kamera l-ħin kollu.

Monday, February 24, 2014

The Times Tables.

I've said this around three times this year. I cannot stress enough the importance of the children knowing the times tables well. Knowing them by heart is good, but they need to remember how to get the result, even if they blank out. 
These are the tables they have in year 3. 
I will print them and will kindly ask you to laminate the sheet for your children, so they can study them every day, until they are with me in year 3. 


Saturday, February 22, 2014

Fruit Salad

As you know, Pirates travel to far away countries to look for treasure. Here is the treasure we found!

Judy and the Martian

This week we had a comprehension, an extract from Judy and the Martian by Penelope Lively. A Martian crash landed on Earth and had all sorts of bad feelings.  The children had to give their interpretation. Here are some whose work is ready.

Anthea's work. 

Estelle's work

Nevise's work

Ftit Ħaxix fuq il-Kartonċin - Attivita'

Fuq is-Senduq Kuluri Aħdar qrajna storja. Tgħallimna fuq il-collages ta' Pablo Picasso. Xi ħadd qal 'Miss, ejja nagħmlu waħda!'. U hawn huma.

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