Year 1.2 – Our students enjoyed line exploration and learnt about different lines. Ms Marilyn used Book Creator to showcase their work. Well done to all!! https://read.bookcreator.com/EiCvgwN4zQzNCEI6CKEpeZyW6rVcKfewcgMm5Dffk_A/ibBVB2OzQdqi_xXyLWlQPg
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“After following a craft session, Emma from Year 1.2 decided to tell us a story using her puppets. Well done Emma. “ https://photos.app.goo.gl/4CMn7i3JLs6kFxS6A
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Well done to Ms Louise for the Special Assembly – Year 1.1. Thanks also to Ms Dorianne and Ms Rita, the students and all the parents. Keep up the good work!!
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Last week, Year 1 children learned about the letter K in Maltese. After talking about this letter and its sound, children were asked to bring an object which starts with this particular letter. Such activities help them share and expand their vocabulary.
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Children were very interested in colour mixing and thus, this week we talked about this subject. We talked about the primary colours and after painting children’s hands in two primary colours, we asked them to rub their hands together. They were very excited to see that another colour appeared.
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We are participating in the EWWR competition and our students are preparing for this by sowing seeds to be sold during Parents’ Afternoon. Also, after learning the differences between living and non living, the children were asked to go outside and label the different objects found.
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The children are seen playing an addition game outside the classroom. They are having fun whilst learning how to add 1
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Last week Year 1 children learned more about number value. They were given beans and blocks to make groups or towers showing the value of numbers from 1 to 10. They could clearly understand the meaning of value and easily understood the meaning of more and less.
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