We are starting a new project on Brazil this week. I would like you to spend this week researching the topic. I have attached powerpoints and websites where you can gather your information for your project.
I would like you all to revise the musical notes below so that you can participate in the music activities on Seesaw.
I hope you all have a lovely week and I am looking forward to seeing and hearing from you on Seesaw 🙂
Below are the maths answers for Busy at Maths and Mental Maths. Please correct your work using your red pen and if you’ve any question you can message me on Seesaw or get your parents to send me an email.
I hope you all have a lovely weekend 🙂 You have all worked very hard this week and I am thrilled with the standard of work sent to me. I can tell you are all trying your best and I am very proud of our 4th class! 🙂
Thank you so much for keeping in contact with me on Seesaw. It has been so nice staying in touch with you, seeing your amazing work and hearing all about what you’ve been up to. Keep up the fantastic work. You’re doing an amazing job!
Remember, you don’t have to complete everything. Do what YOU can and ‘Déan DO Dhícheall’. Everyone is different and some days will be better than others. That’s only normal!
You can contact me on Seesaw if you have any questions at all. Please let me know if I can help you out in any way.
I hope you all had a great week. I have loved hearing from you. I am 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!!
I have attached the BAM, Mental Maths answers below. I have also included some of the Pupil Grammar pages from this week and a checklist you can use to check how well you wrote your diary entry.
If you any questions about any of the answers/ work send me a message on Seesaw/ email me.
I hope you all had a lovely weekend. I have attached this week’s home learning below.
This week we are going to be learning about the history of Saint Anne’s Park. I have uploaded the slideshow and worksheets on Seesaw. I have also attached them here in case you want to print them or you can copy the templates onto an A4 sheet of paper or into your SESE copy if that is easier. Whatever works best for you!
I have also heard that that there are some beautiful paintings of some of the landmarks of Saint Anne’s park in Raheny village – you might spot them on a walk/ cycle!
I have highlighted things on the weekly plan that I would love to see on Seesaw. Hopefully that makes it clear for you. I love seeing all your hard work!
Hope you all had a lovely 4 day week! 🙂 You have done another great week of work- maith sibh! 🙂
Below I have attached the answers for this weeks BAM and Mental Maths. Please correct the sums you have done in your copy using a red pen. If you’ve any questions, you can ask me on seesaw or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For today remember to follow these guidelines below please:
English spellings and Irish spellings: Write out the sentences and words I have recorded on Seesaw and send me your answers.
Verbs- test yourself out loud/ on a sheet of paper
Check over your free writing challenges by using COPS- (Capital Letters, Organisation, Punctuation and Spellings)
I hope you and your family had a lovely bank holiday long weekend.
I have attached this week’s home learning below. Remember, if you have any problems at all you can contact me each day on Seesaw! On the weekly plan, I have highlighted things that I would love to see on Seesaw. Hopefully that makes it clear for you. I love seeing all your hard work!
I suggest you attempt as much of the English, Gaeilge and Maths work that you can. After that, I have given lots of suggestions and ideas for our other subjects. All you can do is your best- Déan do dhícheall!
Happy Friday! Girls you have done brilliant work this week 🙂
I have attached the answers for this week’s BAM and Mental Maths below which you can correct using your red pen. If you’re not sure how to work out a sum, you can send a photo of it to me and I’ll go through it with you.
For today remember to follow these guidelines below please:
Test your spellings in your English copy or out loud
Gaeilge- Foclóir + verbs- test yourself out loud/ on a sheet of paper
Use the self assessment smiley faces at the end of each Go with the Flow page
Remember- COPS- (Capital Letters, Organisation, Punctuation and Spellings)
Optional: Send on a photo of your art work from this week and I can post it on the blog 🙂 If you’ve already sent in your art work let me know if you’d like me to include it.
Once you finish up your work for today, you have earned yourself a well deserved break. The best part is, this is a Bank Holiday weekend, so no Home School on Monday! We will post next week’s work on Monday night.
I hope you enjoyed your weekend. Thanks to everyone for sending on their wonderful work on Seesaw. I’ve loved seeing it all and hearing from some of you. Keep up the great work!
We will be using Seesaw a bit more this week. I will have some Maths demonstrations up to help you girls and will also be setting different assignments during the week, so make sure to check for updates! If anyone is having any problems with Seesaw, please email me – email@example.com
I have attached your home learning work for this week below. If you have any problems or questions you can let me know through Seesaw. I’m also attaching some activities for ‘Active Home Week’, song lyrics, gaeilge foclóir sheet, pictures of our Artist for this week and images of mapping to help with this weeks SESE tasks. Everything is explained in the weekly plan.
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 know that this is an unusual way to be doing schoolwork – it feels very strange for me too! Hopefully we’ll see each other very soon.