Time to Draw?

The children’s illustrator, Rob Biddulph, instructs on how to draw his cute characters on his blog. The books are aimed at young children, but the drawing skills suit all.

I had a go at the sausage dog one and had fun drawing dogs wearing different costumes. Maybe you could have a go, p5s, and make some mini books with your own sausage dogs or indeed any of your own cute characters. I know many of you are in to creating your own comics too. So keep creating and we can share our mini-books and comics when we are all together again.

Spanish calendar task

Good Morning Primary 5!

We hope you are all okay and have started working your way through today’s learning tasks. This afternoon’s task is to make a Spanish calendar so that you can revise days/months and numbers daily.

Login to linguascope or twinkl to support with today’s calendar activity. Below are a few more links that might help you to revise your days and months to create a Spanish calendar.

spanish calendar

https://www.digitaldialects.com/Spanish/Daysmonths.htm

https://rockalingua.com/videos/days-week

https://www.lightbulblanguages.co.uk/estrellas-spanish-index.htm

from the P5 teacher team.

 

Transport Trail

All P5 classes have now been on the transport trail at the National Museum! Over three days last week, P5 explored transport and technology by researching the displays and games that were on offer at the museum. We worked in groups to uncover and unpack lots of information about the history and future of transport, as well as taking a look at the process of manufacturing and how it has changed over time. We will continue the study by looking at sustainable transport.

Thank you to all parent helpers who came along on the day!

Here are some photos of P5B enjoying their experience!