25.05.20 – 29.05.20
This week we are finishing up our tour of the senses with the sense of touch. This is the perfect opportunity to think about how many different things you touch within a day…and realise why it is so important to keep washing your hands!
Your sense of touch allows you to feel temperature and pain so it plays a really important role in keeping you safe. Scientists find is really hard to study this sense because it is so complicated but you can give it your best effort…
Here is your Home Learning grid with some different ideas of how you might start to explore touch…but if you come up with a better idea then please share it on Teams to let your classmates see!
We have spent the last 5 weeks exploring each of our senses. We hope you have had a lot of fun with the different activities and have, perhaps, learnt a new fact or two. This week we have enjoyed seeing the pictures of you all trying to work out what is inside feely bags, playing with radioactive goo, sharing items into equal groups and lots of other excellent learning that arose from following your own interests. Well done, Primary 1!
You are all doing an amazing job and are a credit to our school. There are only 4 more weeks to go – you can do this!