During maths this week we have been working hard to create accurate number lines with a range of 1, 2 and 3 digit numbers, and sometimes we even used decimals! Below is a selection of photos that shows our great work. Come in to the classroom if you would like to see more.Read More »
In grade 1/2 we have been learning lots of different ways to Get Along with each other. Some of the great strategies that we have come up with include:Read More »
The grade 1/2 students have been working hard on Wednesday afternoons to create some scarecrows to protect our plants in the veggie patch. Check out the photos of our scarecrows below, along with some of our beautiful produce that we are growing!
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As part of our integrated unit “Watch It Grow!” we have been growing lots of different seeds and watching how things develop from a seed into a seedling. One thing we have noticed is that our sunflowers and broadbeans have grown best when we keep them inside overnight. We think this happens because the plants don’t get too cold or get frost bite.Read More »
Friday means “Friday Fun Maths!” in grade 1/2. This is a time when we revise concepts that we have learnt over the past few weeks. This weeks activities included:Read More »
Today we thought about what the word healthy means. We thought of lots of different things, like eating healthy food, exercising, getting enough sleep, brushing your teeth and personal hygiene.Read More »
Today at school we thought about some different ways that we can be kind to each other. Here are some of the ideas that we came up with:Read More »
Did you know that there are shapes WITHIN shapes? We were amazed!
The grade 1/2 classes have been learning all about 2D shapes this week. We have learnt about the different properties of shapes, their names, and how many corners or edges they have. Today we looked at how some shapes can be constructed by other smaller 2D shapes.Read More »
Our integrated topic this term has been Watch it Grow! As part of our studies, we have learnt all about plants and the things that they need to grow – such as soil, sunlight and water.Read More »
Today in maths we ordered numbers from smallest to largest.
Firstly, we cut out all of the numbers that we needed.
Then we put all of the numbers in order from smallest to largest. To work out what number went first, we looked at the first digit. If the first digits were the same, then we looked at the second digit. If the second digits were the same, then we looked at the third.Read More »