Everyone enjoys their time working with Adventure Aberdeen staff.
The boys had great fun building their car garage out of big blocks as well as a Ferrari shop. Here are some of their comments.
Dean: “It is called Car City”.
Ewan: “It’s fun and people should come along to it”.
Danny “It is so big!”
On Tuesday P6 enjoyed the first set of activities planned for their transition project. Everyone came back to school excited about the activities and the new friends they had met. Watch this space for pictures each week. I was very proud of all of the children from Kirkhill as they behaved really well and kept going even if the activity was challenging. Well done P6 !
Here, Payton has filmed herself reading “Mr Majeika” to our class robot Dot, using an Ipad. She is reading nice and clearly so Dot can hear her properly and she is explaining the meaning of any words that he might not know. A super effort Payton, I’m sure Dot loved the story!
P3/4 worked hard on Friday to create work for their Burns display.
Very proud of P6 this week at Transition events. Everyone tried really hard and learned new skills.
P2B filled their marble jar again! They are working very hard to get marbles and are managing to fill their jar very quickly. They have been getting marbles for listening well during assembly, finishing their lunch, trying something new at lunchtime and also for their fantastic manners. As a treat they voted and wanted to go outside for an extra play. They all had a great time with their friends. Keep up the great work P2B, Miss Baldacci is very proud!
P5/6M read the Gruffalo in Scots and created a wanted poster for the Gruffalo using Scots language.
This week Primary 3 have welcomed two cheeky robots, “Dash” and “Dot,” into our classroom. The robots are going to be used for learning more about computer coding and we are already working out how to give them instructions using the iPads. Here we are helping Dash and Dot to escape our lego mazes!
We had lots of fun during our Scottish themed week. We made kilts, learned a bit more about Robert Burns and were introduced to Oor Wullie. We also learned about procedural writing and wrote a step by step guide on how to make our kilts. Our poem and song for the Robert Burns’ concert went really well. Miss Baldacci was so proud of us and said it was ‘Fan-dabi-dozi!’ As a treat for working so hard we then had some shortbread, juice and tried Haggis flavoured crisps. They were tasty!