Today was a very exciting day for this Primary 2 boy as he became a big brother! We wished his new baby well with this beautiful card, illustrated by one of our P2 girls.
Who was Paul Klee?
Paul Klee was a Swiss-born painter who used intense colours, line drawing and simple shapes.
He was born on December the 18th, 1879 and died on June the 29th, 1940.
We have enjoyed our topic on ‘Houses and Homes’ this term and decided to look at Paul Klee’s famous painting ‘Castle and Sun.’ I wonder who lived in this castle? Take a look at our wonderful artwork below.
Wow! What a fantastic birthday party Riverbank Primary School had today! Primary 2A started the day by creating a commemorative book about the things they loved most about Riverbank Primary School. The children drew fantastic pictures of our decorated classroom so we can always remember the day that our classroom looked like a jungle!
After wishing Riverbank Primary a happy 10th birthday with singing and cake, we were treated to a visit from a talented magician.Our zoo party kicked off in the afternoon! After a party snack we played Pass the Banana, Musical Statues, Best Dancer and Safari Corners. We then headed outside to the ice cream van and to play in the sun.
Preparations are underway for Riverbank’s 10th Birthday Party! Yesterday our Primary 2A production line set to work and created a giant paper chain to decorate the main hall. We worked as a team to connect all of our chains together. The whole class even managed to carry it to show Mrs Ironside and Mrs Innes without a single chain breaking! Now that’s team work!
“That was a brilliant day at Doonie’s Farm!” – Matthew
“It was so cool!” – Franek
“The pig was in mud to keep him cool.” – Declan
“I loved Debbie the goat.” – Mollie
“The sheep were so fluffy.” – Lara “…and the chicks were so cute!” – Kayla
“I had such a brilliant day because I got a picture with a chicken.” – Ellie
“I liked the sheep best because he ate so fast and had cool eyes.” – Ariele
Our Multiplication topic came to an end this week, finishing with a Multiplication Monster Art project! First, the children had to work out how many of each body part their monster would own. To do this, each child rolled their dice twice to produce simple multiplication sums. We worked out the number of teeth, horns, arms, legs, eyes and even the body type through multiplication calculations!
Today we began to construct our monsters using pencil first, and then oil pastels. Every Multiplication Monster looks different and unique! They look terrific on our classroom wall.
We had great fun in football yesterday! Rob, the football coach, hosted ‘Wacky Races!’
The boys and girls worked in relay teams to pile as much equipment as they could on their seated team member. The catch… they could only take one piece of equipment at a time.
Take a look at the final results…. Can you guess who’s underneath?
Unfortunately Forest Schools are unable to work with us this term due to staffing issues.
Despite the cancellation, Primary 2A are looking forward to making the most of the weather and taking part in lots of other outdoor learning experiences during our last Summer term!