Primary 3 boys and girls have loved learning about Africa.
We made these African posters.
Mrs Best was looking for
a clear title
lots of bright pictures
labels and captions
something we made all by ourselves.
We hope you enjoy looking at them!
In our science lessons we discovered that plants need water, light and soil to help them grow.
Here are our been plants.
We are patiently waiting for the flowers to appear!
We had a fantastic day at Tayto Castle.
We looked at the features of the old castle.
Then we saw how crisps are made.
We had to wear aprons and caps to protect the crisps.
Activities linked to our topic on 'Jack and the Beanstalk'.
Christmas Through the Ages at the Palace Stables
The Posh Bears' Brunch
Primary 3 had a lovely day!
We made a selection of sandwiches
We took our bears outside for a picnic.
We enjoyed stories and songs.
We played 'Hunt the little white bears!'
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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