Hi girls, thank you very much for signing up to SeeSaw this week. We have seen some brilliant work and we can tell that everyone is working hard at home. There are only a few weeks of school left, so we encourage you to keep up the hard work and to keep trying your best for your parents.
We hope you are all keeping safe and well,
Mr. McCrudden & Ms. Duffy
Visit SeeSaw and watch the video of Mr. McCrudden/Ms. Duffy reading the story ‘The Snail and the Whale’
The Snail and the Whale Activities:
Money – Fifty cent
Game 1: The shop
This game helps your child to exchange low denominations of money for higher denominations. It also helps her realise that a 20c coin, which is quite small, is of equal value to 10 single 1c coins or four 5c coins etc. It will also be useful in Game 2.
Game 2: Trading up my coins to 50c
An Luan, An Mháirt, An Chéadaoin, Déardaoin, An Aoine, An Satharn, An Domhnach.
Inniu an Mháirt (Today is Tuesday)
Inné an Luan (Yesterday was Monday)
Amarách an Chéadaoin (Tomorrow will be Wednesday)
Tá an aimsir grianmhar/ fliuch/ scamallach/ te
Try Ms Gilroy’s Daily 10 Workout in the Active Home Week section on the school website.
Father’s Day Art
Tape 2 paper cups together at the bottoms with masking tape.
Paint/Colour completely with gold paint/crayon.
Poke 2 holes on either side of the top cup and insert gold pipe cleaners to make the handles. Tape in place on the inside
Decorate their trophy with the message, “#1 Dad” and sticker’s / sequins/Or write in bubble writing
Optional: Paint a small box gold for a base and glue the trophy on top. Add a message to the base.)
Children can also construct Father’s Day cards of their choice.
Home School Hub on RTE 2 every day from 11a.m to 12p.m. Watch our very own Ms Ní Chíosain!
Ms O’Shaughnessy’s Group/Ms. McKeon’s Group:
Hello girls, we hope you had a lovely week and that you’re all keeping well. Only a few weeks left until the Summer holidays! Below is some work that you might like to do if you have some spare time but you do not have to do it!
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/4128
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.93 Up, Up and Away
Tuesday: p. 94 Sandcastles
Wednesday: p.95 Our Class Survey of Food We Like
Thursday: p.96 Easy Beat Music Shop
Friday: p.97 Ice Cream Cones
Activity A: What is your favourite flavour of ice cream? Do you like any toppings on it, like sprinkles or sauce? Draw me a picture of your favourite ice cream and write a few sentences about it. I’d love to see the picture on Seesaw! My favourite is a 99 with raspberry ripple. Mmmm!
Activity B: Look at the Easy Beat Music Shop again. Do you play a musical instrument or would you like to learn how to play one? Write a few sentences about this. Listen to the song “I am the Music Man” by clicking on the link: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=at4CYbW90gE
Activity C: I would absolutely love to hear you practicing your reading on the Seesaw App. Why not record yourself and upload it?
You can visit https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yVry9jpVjl for an overview of the Jolly Phonics sounds.
Jolly Phonics Groups:
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
Group 5: z, w, ng, v, oo, oo
Group 6: y, x, ch, sh, th
Group 7: qu, ou, oi, ue, er, ar
Well done for revising all the Jolly Phonics Letter Sound groups. Below are some words based on each group that you could revise each day. Here are some suggested activities:
You can visit the website https://www.topmarks.co.uk/math-games/3-5-years/counting for some good revision games
Here are some more fun games to play.
Look out for some fun extra activities on the new Seesaw App.
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 hope everyone is doing well. Well done with all the work so far. Keep it going! Missing you all.
Have a lovely week everyone. Ms. Kelly