Hi girls we hope you enjoyed the week off.
· Complete all of Chapter 25 – Length. Omit p140 Q6.
· Ms Shine’s class – continue with Mental Maths.
· Keep an eye om See-Saw for extra challenges during the week!
· Check the website for Maths Problem of the week.
· Bun go Barr Chapter 18 Litir O Aintin Orla pg 112-113. Listen to it being read on See-Saw and practise reading aloud.
· Go to pg 106 of your book or find it on last week’s See-Saw work. Pick 6 activities that Gordó is doing and use them in a story. You could start like this; Ar an Satharn chuaigh mé agus mo chairde go dtí an phairc. Thosaigh mé ag………..Chonaic mé Mamó ag…………..Bhí_______ ag………….
· Upload your stories to SeeSaw and read them to us!
· Away With Words puzzle page – figure out the code – See-Saw.
· Learn poem ‘Bullied’ below.
· Grammar – see See-Saw – to/two/too.
· Reading Zone: Read Unit 30 ‘Fooled by Words’ and do questions.
· Poem – Bullied:
Break time! Breath comes tight.
They’ll start on me again,
Take my lunch, pull my hair,
Take my copy, break my pen.
See can they make me cry
When they laugh and call me names.
Or, the bit I hate the most,
Leave me out of all the games.
I want this nightmare over,
I don’t know what to do
Should I tell someone my troubles
And look for help? Would you?
o What happens to the child at breaktime?
o How do the bullies make the child cry?
o The child hates one thing most of all. What is it?
o What does the child want?
o Does the child know how to stop the bullying?
o How do you think the bullying is making the child feel?
o Why do you think the child hates being left out by the others?
o Whom should the child tell about the bullying?
o What advice would you give the child?
o Do you think that ‘bullying’ just means hitting people? Why?
· Read poem to other people in your house and get their reaction.
· There are different types of bullying can you name them.
· What can be done to stop bullying?
· See See-Saw for Worksheet to go with video.
· Keep active doing all the activities you’ve been telling us about.
· If you have a skipping rope challenge yourself to see how many skips you can do without stopping. Challenge others in your house to do it too!
Mrs O’Connell’s Fourth Class: Ms O’Shaughnessy’s Group.
Hi girls, I hope you all had a lovely week and enjoyed the good weather. I can’t believe that it is June already and there’s only 1 month left in school. Here is some work for you to do if you get the chance. I’d love to see any of your work on Seesaw or even just send me a little message to let me know how you’re getting on.
1. Table Challenges: This week we are going to focus on the ÷ 4 and ÷ 5 tables. Remember, one strategy for division is the “Think multiplication strategy”. So, if you know your multiplication tables, you will be able to do your division tables! Complete the following activities:
Monday: Skip counting: 4,8,12 etc. Count forwards and backwards. Play with a partner. Ask them to say a series of numbers but leave one out: Ex: 4, 8,_,16 “Which one did they leave out? Exactly: 12”. Take it in turns to be “on”.
Tuesday: Repeat above activities, skip counting in 5’s. ( Easy peasy!)
Wednesday: What’s my table? Ask a partner to play with you. He or she chooses a number from the x4 tables. Ex: 44. You must give the multiplication and division table for this number. Ex: 4 x 11=44, 11 x4=44, 44 ÷ 11=4, 44 ÷4=11.
Thursday: Repeat the above activities for the x5 tables.
Friday: Write out the multiples for the x4 and x5 tables on pieces/ squares of paper. Place them face down on the table. Turn one over and say the corresponding table for that number: Ex: If you turn over 25, you can say 5 x 5 =25, 25 ÷5=5. You could “race” each other, one of you turning over the multiples of 4 and the other turning over the multiples of 5. Have fun!
2. Add on 7:
We’re going to play cards this week! You need: A pack of cards with the Jacks, Queens, Kings and Jokers removed. If you do not have a pack of cards, you could always write out the numbers on squares of paper (you would have 40 numbers, 4 of each, Ace-10, Ace=1). This is a game for 2 players.
How to play:
· The cards are shuffled and placed in a pile face down on a table. Players take turns to pick a card. They add on 7 to the number on the card and the total is recorded on a scorecard.
· Ex: If you turn over a 2, you write down 2 +7=9
· Continue playing, recording your score each time you turn over a card by adding 7 on to the number that’s on the card.
· When all the cards have been turned over the totals are added up. The player with the highest total wins.
3. Problem-Solving/ Practice:
Monday: What numbers come next in this sequence: 110, 130, _____, 170, ____, _____.
Tuesday: What is 2/9 of 180?
Wednesday: 4 hours 40 minutes. = how many minutes?
Thursday: There are 30 children in fourth class. 15 children did their schoolwork on Monday, 5 on Tuesday and 8 on Wednesday. How many children had done their work by Wednesday? How many children still had to complete their work?
Friday: Which number is the odd one out and why? 9, 25, 31, 44, 43, 57.
4. Look out for an extra challenge on Seesaw!
Continue with My Read at Home Book (MRAH) if you have it – Read one each day and answer questions orally. Some of you may have different books and that’s ok, just read the one you have! Look up any words that you don’t know or that you find interesting and add to your copies. You can also find the books online at the following link: https://my.cjfallon.ie/preview/student/4131/1 (Bk 4).
Monday: P. 94 Storm
Tuesday: P.95 The Story of the Sandwich
Wednesday: P. 96 The Perfect Sandwich
Thursday: P.97 Oscar
Friday: P. 98 Parrots
· Activity A: You have read 2 pieces of texts about sandwiches. Describe your favourite sandwich to me. Think about the ingredients, what utensils you need how you make it method), what it looks and smells like. You might like to make it, take a picture of it and upload it to Seesaw so I can see it!
· Activity B: Why not record yourself reading your favourite text out of the ones above and upload it to Seesaw so that I can listen to it? I’d love to hear your voices.
Writing: Wise Words!
Using expressions and proverbs (sayings) can make our conversations or stories more interesting. What do you think these proverbs mean? You may need to look them up or ask me but make a guess first!
1. The early bird catches the worm:
2. A stitch in time saves nine:
3. Don’t count your chickens before they hatch:
4. Too many cooks spoil the broth:
5. A friend in need is a friend indeed:
If you go to Ms. Kelly:
*Please only complete these activities if you get a chance to do so *
I hope you enjoyed your virtual school tours last week. I have been to Italy once and I visited Sorrento. I have yet to visit Pompeii or the Vatican City. Which tour did you prefer?
For your activity this week I’d like you to write a piece convincing the reader to visit either Pompeii or the Vatican City.
You can add a picture of your writing and record your travel tips on Seesaw. I look forward to hearing from you and seeing your writing.
Enjoy your week.