Sinterklaas and the Three Black Peters. By Primary 3 and 4 Chirnsyde Primary School, Scotland. Primary 3 and Primary 4 were working together on the tale of Sinterklass. . Primary 4 illustrated the story of Sinterklass and then made storybooks to read to the younger children in Primary 3. .
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Three Black Peters
By Primary 3 and 4 Chirnsyde Primary School, Scotland
After the pupils read the story the two classes then made their own story board to retell the story of Sinterklaas and the Three Black Peters.
One of Glasgow City Council initiatives this year is promoting outdoor learning so the two classes got together to plan and trial two new outdoor games for the playground using the story of Sinterklaas and the Black Peters.
We had many ideas but found they didn’t all work but we didn’t give up!
Eventually we had a game we were really pleased with. As you move around the hoops, the game tells the story of Sinterklaas and the Black Peters. Roll the dice and move forward the number shown on the dice. Each time you stop on green hoop read a card and follow the instructions. For example,” Share your wealth with other children, go forward 2 hoops”.
Sinterklaas tig...the Scottish way! ride his white horse.To play our version of this outdoor tig, 4 players wear the Sinterklaas hats and chase the other players. If you get caught you must hold up the card with the picture of the present and the only way to get free is to get another player to run around you to unwrap your present. Then because we are an eco school, you must put the wrapper into the recycling bin!
We played our new outdoor Sinterklaas games outside as the winter sun shone in Glasgow!
Goodbye from P3 and P4 winter sun shone in Glasgow!
Chirnsyde Primary School