Posted by: Ms Catherine Bezzina | September 21, 2017

Learning and Growing Together

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Dear Pupils and Parents,

Welcome to the Poppies’ classroom blog!  On this blog you will be able to find the daily homework, notes to parents, links to educational games and photos of what will be going on during this year.  Please subscribe to this blog to be able to receive daily updates over email.

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Posted by: Ms Catherine Bezzina | November 22, 2017

Wednesday 22nd November 2017

  1. Maths on blue copybook, use the fewest coins.

  2. Maths W.B. 1 Page 31.

  3. English on handout back and front.

  4. Tomorrow we have the Maths Trail outing to San Anton Gardens.  Children have to bring a clipboard as they will be writing.  Come in your P.E. tracksuit.  Bring backpack which can fit your lunch, tissues, bottle and clipboard, today’s homework and pocket.

Posted by: Ms Catherine Bezzina | November 21, 2017

Tuesday 21st November 2017.

  1. Maths W.B. 1 Pages 29 and 30.

  2. Use the coins at home to work out sums using the fewest coins (up to 99c).

  3. English handout, write on it.

Posted by: Ms Catherine Bezzina | November 20, 2017

Monday 20th November 2017.

  1. Study Page 69 ‘To Have’ from study book.

  2. Maths handout ‘Time’ back and front and check the answers on the handout we did during today’s Maths games.

  3. English handout Ex C and D on red copybook.

  4. Sign ‘Common and Proper Nouns’ Assessment.

  5. Study ‘L-Aggettivi’ for Assessment.

  6. Study Time (o’clock, half past in analogue and digital).

Posted by: Ms Catherine Bezzina | November 18, 2017

Birthdays

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Posted by: Ms Catherine Bezzina | November 18, 2017

Birthdays

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Posted by: Ms Catherine Bezzina | November 18, 2017

Birthdays

Posted by: Ms Catherine Bezzina | November 17, 2017

Friday 17th November 2017.

  1. Maths ‘Time’ handout back and front.

  2. Maths SSM workbook Page 13.

  3. Think and Learn Page 57.

  4. Stilel Pages 36, 37, 38 and 39.

  5. Cut around the clock and the arrows, laminate them (if possible) and attach the arrows to the middle of the clock with the butterfly clip I gave you.

  6. Sign Maths Assessment.

Posted by: Ms Catherine Bezzina | November 16, 2017

  1. Study Page 14 from Maths study notes ‘M3 – Time’.

  2. Maths SSM Pages 11 and 12.

  3. From ‘Links’ find the Interactive Clock Face to revise o’clock and half past in both analogue and digital.

  4. Maltese handout ‘Aggettivi’ on green copybook.  I asked some children to write on the same handout and stick it on copybook.

  5. Outing for tomorrow has been cancelled as a chance of thunderstorms has been forecasted.  Outing will be on the 23rd November.  You have a new outing consent form to just sign (do not send money).

Posted by: Ms Catherine Bezzina | November 15, 2017

Wednesday 15th November 2017

  1. Please bring a white sock (children’s size), another coloured or multi-coloured sock (any size) a packet of cotton wool or cotton balls.  This is for Friday.

  2. Malti Manija Pages 12 and 13.

  3. Maths handouts 3-D shapes.  Children had three handouts which they started during group work at school.  Some children have already finished two of them.  Check them and revise well.

  4. Study for 3-d Shapes assessment (Friday) and Common/Proper Nouns in English (tomorrow).

Posted by: Ms Catherine Bezzina | November 14, 2017

Tuesday 14th November 2017

  1. You have a new Maths 3-D shapes study note, you can keep it with the study notes.  Study it well and use the toothpicks, kebab sticks and plasticine to construct more solid shapes like we did at school.

  2. Maths ‘Think and Learn’ Page 61 and one side of given handout (those who have not finished, have to do both sides).

  3. Way Ahead Workbook Pages 24 and 25.

  4. Please send the money for the Christmas concert costume (only if you were given the note about this yesterday).

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