How many buttons are in the top row?
How many pasta shells in the bottom row?
How many more items are in the top row than in the bottom row?
How many fewer items are in the bottom row than in the top row?
Eadaí (Clothes)- Discuss the following vocabulary and draw a picture of each one-
Léine ghorm (blue shirt)
Carbhat dearg (red tie)
geansaí dúghorm (Navy jumper)
sciorta bánbearg (pink skirt)
briste dúghorm (Navy trousers),
stocaí bán (White socks)
Tá _____________orm (I am wearing __________)
Níl ________________ orm (I am not wearing__________)
Léamh agus abair an dán ‘Éadaí’
Féach ar mo bhriste (look at my trousers)
Féach ar mo chóta (look at my coat)
Féach ar mo hata (Look at my hat)
Agus féach ar mo charbhat (And look at my tie)
Ach cá bhfuil mo stocaí? (But where are my socks?)
Agus cá bhfuil mo bhróga? (And where are my shoes?)
Ní fheidir liom dul ar scoil ( I can’t go to school)
Gan Stocaí agus bhróga!! (Without socks and shoes!!)
Tarraing pictúir: Draw a picture of this poem
Timelines: Discuss different parts of your child’s life so far and what it meant to you as a parent. You can include things like your child’s birth, their first word, their first toy, their baptism, their first day of school etc. Make a timeline with your child charting these significant events, from birth until now, feel free to include as much as you like. You can add pictures and photographs and write a little bit about each event underneath
Nature Colour Hunt
Grow in Love 1st Class – Theme 6 Reconciliation – Lesson 1: We offer gifts
Home School Hub on RTE 2 every day from 11a.m to 12p.m. Watch our very own Ms Ní Chíosain!
If you have any pictures of any work or activities you have done, feel free to send them to our email before Thursday at email@example.com
If you go to Ms. Kelly:
Hi girls. Hope you are all keeping well. Well done with all of the hard work so far! Keep it going.
*Please only complete these activities if you get a chance to do so *
The Local Community:
At the moment lots of our favourite places are closed like the swimming pool, our school and the shopping centre.
Ms O’Shaughnessy’s Group/Ms. McKeon’s Group:
Hello girls, we hope you are all well and had a good weekend. We miss seeing you in school every day. Here are some activities that you might like to do if you have time. You do not have to do them, only if you want to.
Reading: My Read At Home Book 1 (Ms O’Shaughnessy’s girls should have this in your yellow folders) or go to https://my.cjfallon.ie/preview/student
Read the stories and answer the questions orally (you do not need to write the answers, this reading is just for enjoyment). You may need to ask someone to help you or to listen to your reading.
Monday: p.67 Keep in Touch
Tuesday: p. 68 Trog the Troll
Wednesday: p.69 The Magic Box
Thursday: p.70 The Sun
Friday: p.72 Super Monster Raffle
Activity: If there is somebody in the house to help you, complete the experiment on p.67. Follow the instructions and explore how the various things feel. You might like to record the results by drawing a picture and writing a word to describe how each object/ thing felt.
Ex: water =wet. You could send us a picture of you doing the experiment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your child’s name, her teacher’s name and whether you’re happy for us to share the picture on our website.
Extra Activity: Click on this link to listen to the story The Gruffalo’s Child by Julia Donaldson: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MuQm8Qb64EI
You can visit https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yVry9jpVjl for an overview of the Jolly Phonics sounds.
We will revise the first 3 groups on Monday and Tuesday and introduce the second half of group 4 on Wednesday and Thursday. If you need more time, don’t worry; just play variations of the games each day until you’re ready to move onto a new group. Do some, or all of the following activities. It can be a good idea to write the letters on a piece of paper or card and cut them out. Some of you may have a little bag of letters in your folders:
Group 1: s, a, t, i, p, n
Group 2: c, k (make the same sound), e, h, r, m, d
Group 3: g, o, u, l, f, b
Group 4: ai, j, oa, ee, or ( we did ai and j last week and are going to look at ee and or this week).
Monday and Tuesday: Groups 1-4 (ai, j), Revision
Wednesday and Thursday (New Activity): Group 4: ee, or.
Dolch Sight Words:
Dolch Words are lists of some of the most common words in the English language. You can visit the following link to play a quick memory game to help your daughter practice the first list of words. Try writing the words from the game on flashcards/ pieces of paper and use them for practice. Can you read the word? Write the word? Use the word in a sentence?
https://www.dolchword.net and click on Dolch Primer Games. Why not try the primer matching game this week? You can move up or down the levels depending on how well you are getting on.
We added some new games last week so we’d like you to try them out for one more week. If you do get a chance to play them, why not take a picture and send them to the school’s photo gallery. You can send pictures of your work to email@example.com. Please include your child’s name, her teacher’s name and whether you’re happy for us to share the picture on our website.
You can also visit the website https://www.topmarks.co.uk/math-games/3-5-years/counting for some good revision games
Monday: The Sound of a Number Game.
You need: A tin and cubes/ marbles/ coins-anything that makes noise when dropped. How to play: Person A drops coins/ objects into a tin while the child counts silently in their head. You can alternate the person who is “on”.
Tuesday: Two more than:
You need: Number cards 1-20 or 1-40, whatever range your child is comfortable with.
How to play: Pick a number and ask the child to show you the number that is 2 more. Extend the number range 1-30, 1-40 or 20-40 etc if it is too easy. Narrow the number range 1-10, 10-20 if it is too difficult.
Wednesday: Move your counter:
You need: A “number line” 1-10, 1-20, 1-50 or as appropriate. A counter/ marker/ coin/ button.
How to play: The adult gives instructions ex: “Put your counter on the number that comes before/ after 10”. “Put your counter on any number greater than 17/ smaller than 20” etc.
Thursday: Stand and sit game.
You need: Someone to play with, a chair, a number line or Hundred Square or numbers written on card or paper.
How to play: Choose a sequence to focus on Ex; 10-20, 20-40, 30-50. Start standing up, then sit down for every second number.
Ex: Number range: 20-40.
20- Stand up
If you miss a number or do the wrong action you must start again!
Friday: Why not check out this nice little Maths activity? It explores different ways of making ten. You can use your fingers to help you count!