Primary 5 home learning achievements

Good morning primary 5, we’ve made it through 2 weeks of learning at home already and I am so proud of all the hard work both you and your new teachers have been doing. It’s certainly a challenge but one you are all getting used to, I really miss teaching you all & thought it would be nice to share some of your achievements for everyone to see.

I hope you all have a wonderful Easter break that you all deserve, please remember to email admin@roseburn.edin.sch.uk or tweet any of pictures of your work for your teachers to see and share. (please scroll down to see some from the past two weeks).

Here is a Friday video from our favourite ‘Kid President’ to remind you all that your AWESOME! 

Mrs Scott

Mayura has been working very hard at our John Muir project, she has created a power point presentation that we can send with our application. Please click on the title below to view her fantastic work.

Mayura Nature-The John Muir awards

Sam has been practising his presenting skills and helped to create this super video for Destiny Kids online. Before we left school we started to learn about Christianity and why Christians celebrate at Easter…keep your eyes peeled for the Easter special episode & well done Sam.

 

 

James took part in the Lego challenge this week to create a penguin. Not only did he manage this no problem, he made two & received a reply from the official Lego twitter page – AWESOME!

JB legoJB e r i c

James also impressed us teachers by thinking outside the box and recreating one of our E.R.I.C drawings using props around his house, can you spot the similarities?

 

Molly has drawn a lovely sketch of a bunch of flowers, using different types of shading and a mixture of 3D and 2D shapes to create this lovely picture. Well done Molly, Mrs Denvir will be very proud.

MJ flowers

 

Aarush has created this very realistic space buggy from lego. It reminded Mrs Scott of a BBC video where a presenter got the chance to test drive some space buggys on earth and they look very similar. Great work Aarush!

AM space buggy

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