Suggested Activities 22nd-30th June

Monday 22nd June – Tuesday 30th June 

Hi girls! Hope everyone is well. This is our last week of school so we hope that you enjoy the activities this week. Don’t forget to keep washing your hands 😊  

Have a good week. 

Ms. Kilroy and Ms. Cusack 




Spellcheck: p. 82-83 

The Green Genie: P52-55 

Handwriting: p. 46-47 

Reading: Keep up your reading log and read any other books you have at home.  

  • Fingal Libraries are running their Summer Stars Reading Challenge Programme online this year. They have a free online Borrowbox where you can read books from home. There are lots of books here for every age group and it would be a good way to practice some reading over the holidays.  

They are also offering a call and collect borrowing system where you can ring up and request a book and then collect it safely from the library. Check out the link for more information on these services and lots of other fun activities. 

Visual Literacy: Have a go at Ms Mc Geough’s Visual Literacy challenge in the ‘Extra Challenges’ section on the school website. 

– Keep a diary of what you’re doing every day! This will be so interesting in 20 years time! 





Cúla4 ar Scoil on TG4 @10am every morning, or even watch a cartoon as Gaeilge  

Cúla4 app- You can download it for games on the different themes. 


Laethanta na Seachtaine: Revise your days of the week. Write the daily news each day. 

An Luan, An Mháirt, An Chéadaoin, Déardaoin, An Aoine, An Satharn, An Domhnach. 

Mar Shampla: 

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. 



An Aimsir/An Samhradh 

  • Parents can download Bua na Cainte to use at home. Go to Username: trial Password: trial. We are following the 2nd Class programme. We are working on the topic An Aimsir – An Samhradh (The Weather – The Summer) 
  • Use this powerpoint to help you practice some Irish words about Summer. 

  • See if you can find the Summer words in the wordsearch 



Mental Maths: p. 74 + 75 

Tables: Revise all take away tables 

Busy at Maths: Revision: Busy at Maths P156 


PETry Mr Maguire’s Workout in the Active Home Week section on the school website.  


SESEFavourite moments of the year activity on Seesaw. 


Art: Draw/Paint your favourite moment of the year. 



Grow in Love: To access- go to 2. Sign in using the following details: Email: Password: growinlove 

Select 2nd Class/P4 

Theme 9Creation; Lesson 1: God Created Us 

  • Watch the video God Created People 
  • Play the Treasure Trail game 


Home School Hub on RTE 2 every day from 11a.m to 12p.m. Watch our very own Ms  Chíosain! 






If you go to Mrs Kearney/Ms. O’Connor/Ms.McKeon 



Hi Girls,  

Well done on all the fantastic work you have been doing at home . We hope you have a lovely summer and enjoy the holidays. We look forward to seeing you back in school in September when you will be in 3rd  Class.  

 Try and keep up the reading during the holidays . The libraries are open again and there are  so many lovely books there for you to borrow.  


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 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  
  • 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: ‘Fun at Night’ 


–       This story is a fact book about animals that come out at night-time. 


–       2: ‘The Gale’ 


–       This story reminds me of a typical holiday in Ireland. You need to always be prepared for the weather to change! 

*There are two activities with this book. Give them a go!  

–       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!