Tuesday, 6 May 2008
Numbers and geometry
Timetables that magically appeared over the weekend
Dressed up for the maypole
Snails and spirals
Trolls and ogres...
Taking attendance in the morning.
Recorder playing in the morning as part of verse.
When they're a little older maybe they'll play for the maypole dance!!
Queen of May's throne
Presentation of flowers
Kindergarten beautiful in flowers
Here come the boyz
Quiet appreciation from Class One
May Queen accepts the flowers
How gorgeous is that?
Enthroned and surrounded by her offerings
Class One takes to their paces
Multiplication is the order of the day as the summer arrives and things rapidly reproduce themselves. The classroom is in a mini upheaval with woodlice hotels, snail stops and spider houses. The children are mad about the mini beasts that have invaded and i am now told that there is a race of sorts to get as many of these things as possible. Oisin has begun a woodlice box which we feed with apple peelings and keep moist and dark. Zora has over fifty woodlice, we are reliably informed.
I took Jago and Oisin over to Rathlin Island and it was fantastic to hear how the maths lessons have been taking root in their awareness. They were happily subtracting and adding almost without thinking - considering that i've never ever done homework with him, it's almost like magic.
After the mid term break, they'll be back to their letters. And then by the end of June, they'll be done. I can't quite believe it. That will be class one done.