Matching, Ordering and Time
Combining Within 10
This week we are teaching procedural writing based on the story “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle. (You can watch Ms. Gilroy reading “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” in last week’s lesson.)
Procedural Writing-How to Make a Fruit Salad
The Very Hungry Caterpillar loves eating fruit so Ms. Mc Geough has decided to make a fruit salad for the caterpillar to eat! Watch Ms. Mc Geough’s video below explaining procedural writing through making a fruit salad.
Visual Literacy: Try Miss Mc Geough’s Visual Literacy Challenge 3 ‘If It Is Not a ____, Then What Is It?’ in the Extra Challenges section of the school website. Challenge your child to finish drawing the given picture and send in their illustrations to email@example.com.
Stories to Practise Reading:
Phonics and Phonemic Awareness Games:
Handwriting: Continue with Handwriting Booklet.
Bia 2 (food)
Listen to and practise saying the vocabulary and phrases in Ms. Toomey’s video:
Once you know these words really well, listen to Ms. Toomey telling the story: “Dónall an Chlúimh agus An-Ocras Air!”
Click on this link and watch the video to do some yoga based on the story ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ https://youtu.be/xhWDiQRrC1Y .
Watch Ms. Toomey’s video in the Extra Challenges section of the school website and practise singing along!
Watch Mr Mc Crudden’s Science experiment in the Extra Challenges section of the school website and see if you can make your own lava lamp!
Activities for Ms Tiernan’s Students: