Numbers are EVERYWHERE!

imageFriday 3rd February was the NSPCC Number Day. Room 18 celebrated the by image taking part in a lot of different activities. We completed our Buddy Hunt with our P1 Buddies in Room 3! It was a great deal of fun, we had to help guide our Buddies around the school by following the different clues and solving the tricky questions. Some of the questions asked us to find different shapes in the junior corridor, how many hands high are the lunch box trollies and how tall is Mr McKenzie.

We also played lots of different number games outside from snakes and ladders to guess my number.

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Closed for Business

img_7642Last Saturday pupils from Room 18 and Room 15 were selling their Sock Snowmen at Tesco   Danestone! The children were amazing sellers, they were able to confidently communicate with the public and use their mental maths  skills to work out change extremely fast.

Mr McKenzie and Miss Blackman are extremely proud of all the boys and girls who came to help out. They are a credit to Woodside.

Finally after a long time counting…… we can announce that we raised a grand total of £356!!!!

We aim to use the money for both the classes to enjoy a team building day.

 

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Dragons Den

DRAGONS DEN 

image Hi our names are Jack and Kenzie.

This term our topic is called Dragons Den .Room 15 and Room18 joined together to make Christmas products. We had to pitch our products to Audrey from Tesco and Mrs Page. They had to decide which product won. They decided that the Keep It Cool Sock Snowmen were the winners  which means all groups get to make snowmen. They were fun to make but We think Mr McKenzie had to hoover up all the rice from the classroom floor. It was everywhere.

We sold our Snowmen at the Christmas fair and sold out. So far we have made a great profit of £160

We are also are selling our product at Tesco Danestone image image imageimage image imagefor £2 on Saturday the 10th of December!

We we hope to use the money for an adventure day for both classes to enjoy!

Our Christmas Performance

imageHi my name is Lucas and my name is Jordan. We are both in Primary 6 in Room 18. Next week is our Whole School Christmas performances on the 15th and 16th of December. Our class has been practising extremely hard to learn our two songs. The songs we are  singing  are We Have Found Him and Merry Christmas Everyone.

To start the show the Primary 5s are singing

Because It’s Christmas and Days of days

After that the Primary 4s are singing

Christmas Hit and Glory to God.

Next Primary 3 with

Angles Told of the Coming  Kings and Something Happened to the Light

Then it will be time for the Primary 1 Nativity who are singing Bumping Up and Down on  Camel (they have some great actions) and Knock on Another Door.

Primary 2s  are Singing Rock a Bye Jesus and also Having a party.

Then it’s our two classes turn! We have practicing hard to remember everything especially smiling!!

Lastly the Primary 7s are singing Hope of Heaven  and All I want for Christmas is you.

To finish the whole school is going to squeeze into the hall to sing All around the World!

We Hope to see you at our Christmas Performance and We wish you a very Merry Christmas

 

Jordan C and Lucas.

Collaborative Circle Time

imageimageimageimg_0403P6B (Room 15) and P5/6M (Room 18) were working effectively together in mixed groups during Circle Time. We have been focusing on being kind and helpful in the classroom and the playground. We brainstormed our ideas and created mind map graffiti boards. We also presented our scenarios through drama to the whole group.

Mr McKenzie and Miss Blackman were extremely impressed with the boys and girls hard work and group effort. The learners demonstrated their ability to work as effective contributors.