The Easter holidays are upon us at last! Well done all the hard work you’ve put in over the last few weeks. It hasn’t been an easy adjustment being away from the classroom and all your friends. It can be hard at times to find structure and routine. I’ve certainly been missing being in Room 14 with all of you! But I am so proud of each of you for doing your best at such a difficult time!
I will not be posting any work over Easter. I would encourage you all to take a well-earned break from all the hard work you’ve been doing! I hope you keep active and make sure do get a little exercise in most days (Joe Wicks!), play lots of games, read loads of novels (I’m super excited to get reading again over Easter!!!), do some creative writing, some baking or learn a new piece of music. I’ve recently started playing my flute again and have really been enjoying it! It is also important that you help your adults at home if you can! They will appreciate it!
I’m listing a few optional activities below that you might like to do over the break. You do not have to do them, but they are a bit of fun!
- Continue with Mangahigh
- Draw/paint along with Don Conroy on Youtube!
- Do some Duolingo
- Cúla4 on Youtube has some great activities i nGaeilge – including Déan Féin é (DIY!) and Is Eolaí Mé (science experiments through Gaeilge!) if you are interested!
- If you would like to watch Easter Sunday Mass you can find links under the Religion section of the school website.
If you would like to send me some of the work you have been doing to date, I would love to see how you have been getting on! Please email your work to: firstname.lastname@example.org with subject FAO Ms. Barry
Look after yourselves, stay safe, relax, enjoy some yummy Easter eggs and spend time with people at home. I’ll check back in with you again at the end of the two weeks. If you are looking for this week’s answers, please scroll down and see the previous post!
I’m looking forward to seeing you all again!
Wishing you and your families a very happy and safe Easter!