Hi girls. This week is Active School Week… the focus on the work this week therefore is active! Please share with us on See-Saw whatever you get up to 🙂
Active Schools Week:
Mrs O’Connell’s Fourth Class: Ms O’Shaughnessy’s Group.
Hi girls, I hope you’re all well and enjoying the good weather. It was great to see some of your work on Seesaw during the week. You can upload any of this week’s work to Seesaw and I will have a look at it and answer any questions. Enjoy Active Schools Week!
Tables-Revision and Games: Revise the following Tables:
Monday: x 12
Tuesday: x 2
Wednesday: x 6
Thursday: x 8
Friday: x 3.
For each of the Tables, complete the following activities (For Fun, no stress! These activities stay the same, you just change the Table that you are working on, and the aim is to increase the speed in which you answer each week / day):
I would love to hear you reciting some of these challenges on Seesaw! I might even do one myself and upload it for you to hear!
This week we are continuing our work on time. This can be a tricky topic. If you need help, try visiting www.topmarks.co.uk and typing Teaching Clock into the search bar. Alternatively, you could make a clock if you have a paper plate, drawing pin or blue tack and paper or card to make the 2 hands.
Answer the following questions: Important Dates
Reading Timetables: Read the timetable below and answer the questions: You may find it helpful to use the online clock.
R.T.É 1, Monday 18th May:
9.00-9.30: The Simpsons
9.30-10.15: The Morning Show
10.15-10.30: The News
10.30-11.10: Sponge Bob
11.10-12.00: School on R.T.É
C: Hours and Minutes: You may find it helpful to use the online clock
Extra work- complete only if you have time to do so
Monday: What numbers come next in this sequence: 200, 190, _______, 170, 160, 150, _______.
Tuesday: What is 1/10 (one tenth) of 200?
Wednesday: 2 hours 30 mins. = how many minutes?
Thursday: There were 60 children at a cross-country race. The teacher split them into groups of 5. How many children were in each group?
Friday: Which number is the odd one out and why? 12, 42, 60, 8, 48, 54.
Look out for an optional activity that I will post on Seesaw!
Read the following texts from My Read At Home Book 4 and answer the questions orally. If there are any words that you don’t know, look them up. If you don’t have the book at home with you, you can find it at: https://my.cjfallon.ie/preview/student/4131/1 (Bk 4).
MRAH Book 4:
Monday: P. 84 J.K Rowling
Tuesday: P.85 Titanic
Wednesday: P. 86 Troy
Thursday: P.87 Three Sisters
Friday: P. 88 The Giant Under the Yard
Activity A: Choose one of these options:
Activity B: If you are using your Seesaw App, why not record yourself reading one of the stories from the My Read At Home book and upload it so I can listen to your reading!
Writing: Fun With Words!
Words can be fun! Have a look at the following words. First, guess what they mean and write it down. Next, look the word up and write the exact meaning. Finally, try and use the word in a sentence to show what it means.
If you go to Ms. Kelly:
*Please only complete these activities if you get a chance to do so *
Hi girls. How are you all keeping? I see some fantastic work every day on Seesaw. Well done and keep it going!
You can also look at Ms. Dudgeon’s Video in the Active Home Week section.