I really hope you all had a wonderful weekend!
I’ve put together some work for this week. As I’ve mentioned before, just do what you can. We all have good days and bad days, and if you can’t do something, please don’t worry and just move on.
I suggest you attempt as much of the English, Gaeilge and Maths work that you can. Some of the Maths sums can be hard, so even the first few questions on each page is a great start with our new topic Capacity!
After that, I have given lots of suggestions and ideas for our other subjects. Choose what interests you! If you have your own creative ideas, which I’ve no doubt you do, please do what you enjoy doing.
I have loved hearing from you and seeing your wonderful work and creative creations!
You, or your parents can continue to send them to the school email
email@example.com. or on Seesaw. Keep an eye on Seesaw throughout the week. I will be uploading some activities (all related to the blog work). Log in to see what I’m looking for you to post this week! 🙂
Also please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about the work and I will help you out as best I can.
I have also assigned some Mangahigh games. Don’t forget to log in and check them out.
Get plenty of sunshine and fresh air every day, help out as much as you can around the house and enjoy some lovely reading time.
I miss you all and can’t wait until we are all back in school together again.
Ms. Furness 🙂
Work for the Week:
Gaeilge: Abair liom Éist 17E
Science: Look at Seesaw for more information!
Weaving Wellbeing Booklet:
English + Spelling Proofreading:
RTE Learning Hub: https://www.rte.ie/learn/
Look at the list of topics below on the learning hub for this week! All class levels will be relative and interesting. Even the first and second class History might come in handy! 😉 Our Lava lamps will also feature!
RE: May Day
PE: Active Ideas
Joe wicks has made a cool active spinner- you’ll see it at his Monday morning session. Would you be interested in making your own? 🙂