Combining within 10 and Time
Number Sentence 1: 2 + 3 = ____?
Using Dots: .. + … = ____?
Number Sentence 2: 4 + 1 = ____?
Using Dots: …. + . = ____?
Number Sentence 3: 3 + 2 = ____?
Using Dots: … + .. = ____?
Number Sentence 1: 5 + 2 = ____?
Number Sentence 2: 6 + 4 = ____?
Number Sentence 3: 7 + 3 = ____?
Encourage her to draw pictures to work out these sums using dots etc.
This week we are reading the story “We Are Family” by Patricia Hegarty. You can watch Ms. Meenagh reading this story below.
Poetry: Watch Ms. Meenagh reading the poem “Families”.
Visual Literacy: Try Miss Mc Geough’s Visual Literacy Challenge 4 ‘If It Is Not a Wave, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stories to Practise Reading:
Phonics and Phonemic Awareness Games:
Handwriting: Continue with Handwriting Workbook.
Caitheamh Aimsire (Hobbies)
Listen to and practise saying the vocabulary and phrases in Ms. Mc Geough’s video: Caitheamh Aimsire.
Once you know these words really well, listen to Ms. Mc Geough saying the rhyme: “Is Féidir Liom Rith” (I Can Run)
Downloading Bua na Cainte B (your child’s Irish programme)
If you decide to download it, the username is “trial” and the password is “trial”. However, you will need a laptop and fast broadband as it is a huge file. A free version is available at this link https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2l9k7prhpldw0od/AACvW1YAwQfDlaeDnbWBc1X0a?dl=0 . Click Mac or PC (whatever your computer or laptop is-the majority are PC), then click on ‘Senior Infants’, and finally click on ‘Bua-b-setup-pc.exe’. Your computer should automatically start downloading a trial version of Bua na Cainte. When you have downloaded this free trial, click onto the theme ‘Caitheamh Aimsire’ (‘Hobbies’-it has a picture of a doll and ball beside it) on the left-hand side of the page. Then click onto ‘Rainn’ (‘Rhymes’-it has a picture of a music note beside it). Click onto ‘Is Féidir Liom Rith’ and the dog will sing the rhyme that Ms. Mc Geough sings in the video. The rhyme features 4 of our new Irish words this week: rith (run), léim (jump), ithe (eat) and ól (drink).
Watch Ms. Toomey’s video where you will learn the song “Ickle Ockle”.
Ickle Ockle blue bottle, fishes in the sea,
If you want a partner, please choose me!
Activities for Ms Tiernan’s Students:
This week we are going to be working on lots of fun listening activities. I think you will enjoy them!
Don’t forget to take pictures of your fantastic work and share them with us by sending them to email@example.com