Combining Within 10
Continue to read “What A Mess!” and revise the lists of words for “The Big Horse” and “What A Mess!”.
Listen to the story of “Elmer ” on Youtube.
Your child can do any of the following activities based on this story:
Watch a video of Ms. Gilroy reading the next Elmer story, “Elmer Again”.
Stories to Practise Reading:
Visual Literacy: Watch Miss Mc Geough’s Visual Literacy challenge
‘If It Is Not a ____, Then What Is It?’ Challenge your child to finish drawing the given picture and send in their illustrations to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visual literacy is connected to everything we do and learn! It’s important that we develop the visual literacy of children so that they learn to look at things critically and explore the messages and representations within visuals. In a world where we are bombarded with images, there has never been a more important time to foster visual perception and develop interpretation skills-showing children that often, all is not what it may seem! What better way than through creative exploration of visuals-or parts of them! We can’t wait to see what your children’s imaginative drawings look like!
Tricky Words Game:
Handwriting: Handwriting book pg. 20, 21
Oral Language: Recount the story of “Elmer” and describe your favourite part and why you liked it.
Describe the process of making playdough using the words “first”, “next”, and “last”.
Oral Language Games: What Am I?, I Spy, Categories, Odd One Out
Listen to and practise saying the vocabulary and phrases in Ms. Meenagh’s video: Dathanna
e.g. cóta dearg, hata bán.
Listen to the stories “Elmer” and “Elmer Again”. Design and draw your own elephant using lots of different colours and patterns. Can you name the colours in Irish? Don’t forget to take a photograph of your work!
Watch Ms. Toomey’s video: Let’s Make Playdough!
Complete any of the suggested activities at the end of the video.
Try Mr. Maguire’s Home Workout in the Weekly Challenges section.
Activities for Ms Tiernan’s Students: