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To conclude our short magnetism topic we shared all our new learning:

 

“The stronger & bigger a magnet, the more it can attract.”

“Magnets can move iron.”

“Huge magnets on cranes are used in junk yards.”

“Magnets stick to some metals like iron and steel.”

“Magnets give off a force.”

“The same poles can’t attract… they repel.”

“South pole can only attract the north.”

 

We then applied this new knowledge and worked collaboratively to create our own magnetism board games for others to play.

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Making our own, fun board games was a great way to conclude our magnetism topic and we are now looking forward to learning all about castles in our next topic.

 

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Primary 3

13

Dec

2017


P3C’s Christmas Lunch

It was great to see everyone in their Christmas outfits today.  We all enjoyed having our Christmas lunch in the private dining room and eating the tasty food!  We ended the day singing and dancing to the P1-3 Top Ten Christmas Songs.

Primary 3

08

Dec

2017


P3C’s Egyptian Morning

P3C have been celebrating our topic by having an Egyptian morning. First, we went for a parade around the classes to show off our costumes and then tasted a variety of Egyptian food. Finally, we had a chariot race.  Well done for all the hard work Primary 3!      

Primary 3

08

Dec

2017


P3B’s Egyptian Morning

Primary 3B had a very exciting Friday morning- it was our Egyptian celebration day! First we did a parade around the classrooms to show off the fabulous Egyptian clothing we made at home, then tasted some Egyptian foods and then finished the morning off with a chariot race!

Primary 3

08

Dec

2017


Primary 3a walking like Egyptians!

This Friday was Primary 3’s Egyptian open morning! We have worked so hard at home and in school on our Egyptian topic and today we celebrated! We tested our chariots, tried Egyptian food and more! Take a look at our Egyptian masks, collars and jewellery!