Year 2 Maths Lending Library opened
On Friday 14th November the maths games library opened at Cliftonville Primary School and Year 2 children were all able to take home a great maths game to play with their families and friends. Being Children in Need day the children all dressed as super heroes which added an extra element of fun to the day. Playing games is a great way for children to practise their maths skills and become more confident with basic number work. It is also a wonderful opportunity for families and friends to be together, and enjoy learning. There is a wide variety of games for the children to choose from which enable the children to practise adding, subtracting, working with money and many other maths concepts. We are very fortunate to have lots parents who were able to come along and play the games with the children on the opening day of the maths games library, and we hope that as the children take home the games, many more will be able to join in the learning experience. Gary the Clown came to visit us to make the day even more special, and he enjoyed working with the children and learning how to play some of the games too. There was a great deal of learning with lots of smiles and laughter.
Thank you to Mrs Weitzel for organising today's special event to start the project and to the many parents and carers who came to join in the activities.