Thank you so much for keeping in contact with me on Seesaw. It’s so lovely to see all your amazing work and to keep in touch with everybody! I am very proud of my Room 2 ladies and I’m looking forward to seeing more brilliant work this week. Make sure to log on regularly to post your work and to see activities that I will upload to help.
We have a fresh week ahead of us again 🙂 Below I have attached this week’s work. Remember everybody works at a different pace and some days will be better than others – that’s completely normal. All you can do is your best- Déan do dhícheall!
I hope you all had a wonderful 2nd Class Day filled with fun and laughter🙂 I’m looking forward to hearing all about it!
We have a fresh week ahead of us again 🙂 Below I have attached this week’s work. Remember everybody works at a different pace and some days will be better than others – that’s completely normal! All you can do is your best- Déan do dhícheall!
Well done for all the fantastic work that you have been doing over the past few weeks. I am very proud of you all and I’m looking forward to seeing more of your amazing work on Seesaw this week! Make sure to log on regularly to post your brilliant work and to see activities that I will upload to help you with your work.
Just a little note to say that I’ll be thinking of you on ‘2nd Class Day’. It’s a pity that we can’t all be together celebrating the First Holy Communion at this time. However, I’d like to wish you a very Happy 2nd Class Day and I hope you spend time doing things you really enjoy this weekend!
There are lots of other people thinking about you at this time as well. If you go for a walk/cycle this weekend have a look at the windows you pass for some fabulous posters the other Belgrove girls have made for you specially for 2nd Class Day! A big thank you to them all 🙂 Check out Seesaw for other special messages!
I’m thinking of you all and missing you very much!! I hope you have a wonderful weekend with your family filled with fun and laughter,
I hope you all had a wonderful weekend and enjoyed the lovely sunshine 🙂
I am so impressed with all of the work I am seeing on Seesaw. You’ve all been working incredibly hard and should be very proud of yourselves! As well as having a class full of bakers I also have a class of inventors – your creations for the STEM activities were amazing!! Keep up the fantastic work!
Below you will find the work for this week. Remember: Déan do dhícheall and make sure to focus on your handwriting. If you can’t do something that’s ok – you can ask me questions on Seesaw.
We all know that this week should have been a very special one! It’s very sad that we can’t all be together to celebrate the First Holy Communion, but check the blog on Friday for a special message!! 🙂
I hope you all have a fantastic week! I’m missing you all very much but I’m looking forward to hearing from you on Seesaw!
I hope you all had a wonderful Bank Holiday weekend and enjoyed the lovely sunshine 🙂
I’m really enjoying seeing all your super work on Seesaw! Your recipes last week were amazing – who knew I had a class full of bakers!! 🙂 And the bird projects were excellent! I’m looking forward to seeing more of your fantastic work this week.
I have linked below the work for this week. Remember: Déan do dhícheall (do your best!) and make sure to focus on your handwriting. If you can’t do something that’s ok – you can ask me questions on Seesaw.
I’ve attached pictures of the Busy at Maths and Small World pages for this week below. You can also access these pages by clicking on the following link: https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources . Then filter to 2nd class and Busy at Maths or Small World. An online version of the book should then appear as the first option.
We also have a new activity this week if you’d like to try it out – The 10 Day STEM Challenge (see link below). STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Challenge yourself and use your imagination to create some of the STEM activities listed below using any materials you can find at home. When you finish a challenge, upload a picture/video of your creation to Seesaw and explain how you made it. I’m looking forward to seeing your creations!
We hope you all had a great week. We have loved hearing from you by email. We are also really enjoying seeing all of the pictures and videos of your fabulous work, art and news of what you have been up to on Seesaw! You are all SUPER!!
We have great news – Monday is a bank holiday so we hope you all have a great extra long weekend! There will be no work to complete on Monday – your work for next week will be posted here on Monday evening!
The answers of your Mental Maths, Busy at Maths and Jolly Grammar can be found below. *There is a misprint in MM on Tuesday – the answer to Question 10 is 2 right angles (not 4!)
Busy at Maths The Busy at Maths book and online tutorials are available here. Click the link below, then filter to 2nd class and Busy at Maths. You can then access the book or you can filter it further by clicking interactive resources, then select the tutorial that you require. https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources
Happy Monday! 🙂 I hope you are all keeping well and had a wonderful weekend!
Thank you for sending on some of your SUPER work to Seesaw – I’m so impressed by all the fantastic work that my Room 2 girls are doing. Well done to everyone and I’d love for you to continue to show me your excellent work 🙂
Below you will find the plans and documents for this week’s work. Similar to last week, the work is laid out day by day. As always, do your best and remember that the plan is just a guide. Spend time doing what you enjoy and don’t forget to take active breaks throughout the day 🙂
This week is Active Home Week, so we have to try our best to be extra active throughout the week! I have linked below some fun ideas to help us keep active this week. I hope you enjoy them! You can find more ideas on the following link, and you can also keep track of your activities and print off a reward chart at the end of the week 🙂 https://activeschoolflag.ie/index.php/active-home-week-2020/
Finally, this Thursday the 30th of April was supposed to be a very special day in Belgrove – the girls from 6th class should be making their Sacrament of Confirmation. Unfortunately, their special day has been cancelled until further notice but we still want to make the day special for them.We are asking you to make a ‘Happy 6th Class Day’ poster for them and to hang it on a window or somewhere that it might be seen by the 6th class girls if they are walking or driving by your house. I’m sure it will brighten their day 🙂
I hope you all have a great week and as always, make sure to stay safe, keep up all the great work, help out at home, play lots of games and be the super girls that I know you all are! 🙂
I’m missing you all very much, but isn’t it great that we can now communicate on Seesaw! Looking forward to hearing from you all,
I hope you all had a fantastic Easter break, enjoyed some yummy Easter eggs and spent some time out in the lovely sunshine! It’s a pity that we’re not back in school this week, but the most important thing at the moment is that we’re keeping safe and well.
I have really enjoyed reading some of the lovely emails I received over the last while and I’m so impressed with the work that is being completed at home – well done to everyone (give yourselves a pat on the back)! I will reply to all emails over the next few days – keep sending the fantastic work!
Similar to before the Easter break, I have linked a plan for the week to guide you through your work. As I always say – do your best, remember that the plan is just a guide and complete what you can. Go along with what works best for you and don’t forget to take active breaks throughout the day!
When completing your work remember to:
Work at a table neatly and quietly.
Have your books, copies and pencil case organised (if you do not have all copies/books home- don’t panic! Complete your work in a new copy or on a sheet. Keep your work neat and tidy- I can’t wait to see it all!)
Think in your head, how would Ms. Daly like me to do it?
It is fine if you can’t complete something, move onto the next thing and come back to it later. If you still cannot do it, don’t worry
Self-assess your work. Give yourself a smiley face at the end of the page if you have done your best 🙂
Take breaks – have a snack, do some go noodle or get some fresh air!
Déan do dhícheall/ Do your best
If you have any questions about the work or if you would like to send me on some pictures of your work, you or your parents can contact me by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d be delighted to hear from you! Make sure to put my name in the subject line.
I hope you all have a great week and as always, make sure to stay safe, keep up all the great work, help out at home, play lots of games and be the fantastic girls that I know you all are!
I miss you all and can’t wait until we are all back in school together again.