Hi girls, thanks you all for your excellent work on Seesaw this week. We were very impressed with what you sent in. Keep up the fantastic work! We hope you all have a fantastic summer and take a well-deserved rest before September. We miss you all, stay safe.
Mr. McCrudden & Ms. Duffy
– Logon to https://www.newsmagmedia.ie/ for free access to Children’s Newspaper Ireland.
– Levelled Readers for Junior infants – 2nd
Collins Big Cat Ebooks and worksheets (levels 1-7) are now available online at the following link: https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Portal.aspx
Login on the teacher portal with the following:
Variation – You can turn over three cards at a time and add up the three numbers to get a total, and continue in the same way
Ask your child to make a bingo card on a piece of paper. It can be done using a 3 x 3 or 4 x 4 grid.
Now ask her to write 9 or 16 numbers from 50 to 99 in the squares. Call out various numbers from 50 to 99 at random.
If your child has a number, she places a counter/cube/coin over it. Keep calling out numbers until your child has a counter on each of the numbers. She then shouts ‘Bingo’ and is the winner. This game is best played with 2/3 players.
1. Show me!
Give your child up to 99 lollipop sticks e.g. 64. First ask her to make 64 using the lollipop sticks in the standard way as 6 groups of 10 and 4 units.
2.Let’s regroup! Small numbers
3.Let’s regroup! Big numbers
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
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 weekend and that you’re all keeping well. It’s hard to believe that this is the last full week of the school year. Below is some work that you might like to do if you have some spare time but you do not have to do it! I hope you all have a lovely summer and get to go out and play and have fun in the sun. We’re really looking forward to seeing you all in September; I bet you’ve grown so much over the past few months!
Reading: My Read At Home Book 1-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 22nd June: p.100 Heartbeat
Tuesday 23rd June: p. 101 The Kitten
Wednesday 24th June: p.102 The Moon
Thursday 25th June: p.103 Little Kitty
Friday 26th June: p.104 The Top Ten Pets in the World
Monday 29th June: p. 105 Kay Can’t Wait
Tuesday 30th June: p. 106 Baker
Activity A: Do you have a pet? If so, draw a picture of it and write a few sentences describing it, telling me what its name is, what it likes to eat/ do, what you do to take care of it. If you do not have a pet, draw a picture of the pet you would like to have, give it a name and tell me a few things about it!
Activity B: The story “The Baker” tells us about a man who makes bread. What is your favourite thing to bake? Can you write a little bit about it or draw a picture?
Activity C: I would absolutely love to hear you practicing your reading on the Seesaw App. Why not record yourself and upload it?
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:
2 people or more can play this game. You will need a piece of paper and a pencil to record the scores. You will also need 2/3/4 dice (real or online).
The aim of the game is to see who gets the highest number over 5 rounds.
Player 1 rolls his/ her dice and adds the 2/3/4/ numbers. Ex: 6 + 6=12. Record their score, Ex: Round 1=12
Player 2 then rolls his/ her dice and adds his/her numbers.
At the end of the 5 rounds, the player with the highest score wins.
Extension: Target Number.
If you go to Ms. Kelly:
*Please only complete these activities if you get a chance to do so *
Hi girls. Can you believe it’s the last week of the school year? What a different and strange few months we have just had. I can’t wait to see you all again in September. Well done with all of your hard work. Missing you all. Have a wonderful summer and a well deserved rest!
This week I have selected a reading task from a website called Oxfordowl.co.uk.
– This is a fantastic website with lots of free eBooks that you can read online over the summer.
– You may need to ask a parent to register their email with the website.
– I have selected two stories for you to read.
– 1: ‘Can You See Me?’
– This story is about being safe when you are out cycling.
– 2: ‘Everyone Got Wet’
– This story is about a broken hose pipe. It looks like great fun on a hot day!
– If you can, I would love to hear you reading. Upload a recording of your reading onto Seesaw.
– Have a wonderful summer and see you all soon!