This week, the Third Class teachers have laid out your learning for the week in a daily schedule grid. It’s at the very end of the document. Please organise your day to suit your family and your household.
Do as much as you can from the list each day. Try your best, but if you can’t do something, move on to the next thing on your list. Déan do dhícheall!
Some of these activities require online access, which I understand may be limited. See the previous class blog for how to access Abair Liom and Grow in Love online. See below for access to Go With the Flow C and Unlocking SESE. RTE 2 will launch TV School this week, each day, 11:00 -12:00 – worth a look!
Please remember to send photographs of students’ work, as detailed in this weekend’s email, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These days, to protect ourselves and those we love, we’re not able to hug everyone that we’d like to. But remember, you can always smile and wave. Unless you meet a crocodile. You should never smile at a crocodile!
Here are some links to online computer games where the girls can have fun practising their tables:
The Mental Maths Train
Hit the Button!
The Great Tables Challenge: Pop the Balloons!
These websites have been tried and tested for suitability, but as always, please monitor your daughter carefully while using the Internet.
We started work on this project in school, and you have already done some preparation in your Yellow Rectangle copy.
To do your research, use:
Pick 4 topics from Small World History (p46-49). Neatly write your facts on your __ Facts About _____ page. Your choices are:
Include any other information that you’d like to in your project. This could be drawings, photographs, diagrams, a fact file, or fact flaps.
Pyramid – draw what you’d find in a pharaoh’s pyramid. I have posted the pictures that were hanging up in the classroom in the class blog to help you.
You will be given time to stick your information in your Scrap Book in school.
Optional: You’ll find more cool information with these links:
Please monitor your daughter carefully when using the internet. These websites have been checked for suitability, but navigation away from them may not be safe for her.
Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí!