Abair Liom online available at www.folens.ie
For instructions on how to setup online access please see blog on school website
Busy at Maths
Online Tutorials are available here, click ‘Student Resources’, then filter to the class and interactive resources, then select the tutorial that you require.
Go With the Flow – demonstration videos on how to form the letters
Grow in love is available online at www.growinlove.ie . For full instructions on how to setup see blog on school website.
In this song, Baloo and Louis scat. Scatting is when you use your voice as an instrument, and improvise (make it up on the spot) by singing nonsense words and sounds. Scatting was popular from the 1920s to the 1960s. Singers would sometimes scat when they forgot the lyrics.
Welcome back after the weekend! I know that you all miss school and especially miss seeing your friends. However I am so proud of the way you have been learning at home.
Lots of you have sent me on some samples of your work on Seesaw, which has been great. It’s been wonderful hearing from you. Keep an eye on Seesaw for some explanation tutorials to help you and for some new activities.
Here is a plan of work for this week. Sometimes doing school work at home can be tricky, all I ask is that you do your best and if you have any problems you can post a message to me through Seesaw or get email via the email@example.com email address. Also in the plan you will see that it is Active week and also Thursday will be Happy 6th Class day!
Slán go fóil,
You can use this journal to think about Rainbow Moments, Random Acts of Kindness, Being Brave during your time at home.
Fáilte róimh ar ais, welcome back! I hope you all had a lovely Easter break and that you got to eat lots of yummy Easter eggs. Also haven’t we been so lucky with the fabulous weather we’ve been having? I’m sure you’ve been out and about walking or cycling with your families or playing in your gardens.
No doubt like me you are missing school and are finding it a bit strange at the moment. However we have to continue with Home School for another little while.
Together with Ms Walshe and Mrs Stokes we have put together a plan of work for the week. I would really like you to do as much of the Maths, English and Irish as you can. I have set out a daily timetable for you. I have also added lots of other ideas for you to try out, if you have the time and are able to. You decide what works for you and your family.
At the end of the week please send me a few photos of some of your best work. If you have any questions or there is something you are not sure of please get Mum or Dad to email me.
All you can do is your best – Déan do dhíchíl.
Slán go fóil,
Here is your Daily Timetable for the week
This is a lovely journal from Weaving Well Being which you could work on at home.
This Time Capsule if a lovely activity you might like to engage in.
Today we take a break from Home School for our Easter Holidays!
I know that you have all been working hard at home over the past few weeks. I emailed your parents asking them to email me a copy of some of your work, which lots of you have done. The work you are doing is amazing, big clap on the back to you and your parents.
Some of you have been very creative at home creating wonderful Happy Easter posters and some very cool Easter Bonnets. These girls would like to wish you all a very Happy Easter. I had great fun last night making my own Happy Easter poster.
Please check out our efforts below.
Wishing you all a Happy Easter and remember – keep washing your hands.
CJ Fallon have made all their Busy at Maths online tutorials, games and interactives FREE to all teachers, parents and pupils.
Just visit http://my.cjfallon.ie, click ‘Student Resources’, then filter to the class and interactive that you require.
There are online tutorials and videos which run alongside many of the pages in your Busy at Maths book.
Together with the other 3rd Class teachers Ms Walshe and Ms Mohan we have agreed a schedule of work which you can do at home. This week we have laid out the work in a daily schedule. Organise your day to suit your family and your house.
RTE 2 are launching TV School this week, every day from 11:00 – 12:00. This would be worthwhile checking out.
Please do as much as you can from the following list each day. If you can’t do something, move on to the next thing on your list. All you can do is your best. Déan do dhícheall!
Le gach dea-ghuí,
I’m missing you all but I hope you’re settling into home schooling. I’m sure you were all very helpful and kind to all your wonderful mammies yesterday. Belated Mother’s day greetings to all!
I’m just checking in with you to make sure you are all on task. The three third class teachers have been working together to come up with more activities that you can take part in at home to help with your learning.
Check out the updated list below, we have added some extra ideas for you to engage with, if you have the time. Also don’t forget to READ, READ and READ!
Have a look at the Class Art Project under Art!
Make sure you are getting out in the fresh air from time to time (but also remembering your SOCIAL DISTANCING). How many activities have you completed on the PE grid? Also really important – Nigh do Lámha after you have been outside.
I’ve no doubt you are all being really helpful around the house and I’m so proud of you all!
Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí!