There were lots of experiences to choose from such as porridge oats at the malleable table, water and gel letters, 40 piece jigsaws, teddy bear lotto, dinosaurs, cars and balance beams.
At Get Together Time Ava counted that there were 8 boys and Finlay counted that there were 6 girls. Felix then counted that there were 14 children altogether. The children who were wearing tartan stood up and gave a twirl. Otis wore his kilt, Ros wore a tartan dress, Zara wore a tartan ribbon in her hair,Felix had a tartan shirt and Eliza wore a tartan skirt.
We had a special snack together as one big group, Ros said it was like Sauchiehall street. The children had oatcakes with cheese and grapes. Mrs Gallagher offered the children some haggis, neeps and tatties as Mrs Blain read "The Selkirk Grace". About half the children tried the Haggis and it was lovely to have a big snack together.
We all sat in a circle as the children took turns to read out their poems. There were 2 choices; Up in the morning early and Ma wee rid motor. Most children could recite a poem and the children spoke confidently and were good at remembering the poems. They were so good they received a certificate and Eilidh D won a prize as she was the only child who recited Ma wee rid motor, and Louis won a prize for being confident and speaking in front of the whole class but it was a very difficult choice for the teachers as everyone was fab and we are so proud of all the children.
We then put on some Scottish music and had a ceilidh. The children enjoyed dancing and had lots of fun today.
Tomorrow is Eliza's turn for show and tell, we can't wait to see what she brings in.