Downloads you may want/need:
Hope you have a great week – don’t forget to check out all the resources and activities to help you on Seesaw!!
Hope you’re all doing ok and not missing school too much! Hopefully we will be back to school very soon and back to our classroom to learn lots of fun new things.
I hope you’re managing the work that was set last week. Ideally that should keep you going until Friday. Just remember that everyone works at a different pace, and everybody’s circumstances are different. You just go along with what is best for your grown up and try your best (Déan do dhícheall).
I’ve included a link to the answers so far for the maths in both Busy @ Maths and Mental Maths. Check over your answers and see if you went a bit ‘wobbly’ anywhere. If you did, see can you figure out where and how. Abair Liom are offering free access for your parents to their on-line resources if you fancied doing some of the listening activities or learning any of the songs. All they have to do is go to Folensonline.ie, use their own email and a password, and insert Prim20 as their roll number.
I know it can be difficult staying home so much. I have included a few Go Noodle links at the bottom that you might find helpful. Try to get in a little activity each day, even if it’s just a few minutes walking around the back garden. Go Noodle have tons of dance-alongs that are fun (even if they are a little cringe-worthy). There’s also a link to mindfulness colouring sheets, if you have a printer. If not, try create your own! Also, now that you know all about weight, why not try some practical maths? You could offer to help with baking or cooking the dinner.
Take care of yourselves! Hope to see you all really soon,
Busy @ Maths
Bubble Breath – Go Noodle
If you have a printer –
If you don’t –
(Believe it or not, this song was in the charts and people used to dance to it at discos! Your grown-up may remember it – I know I do!)
I hope you’re enjoying our new style of learning. Remember to find a good work space and stay organised and don’t forget to take regular brain and movement breaks.
Here’s a few links to sites for your project. You know what’s involved when looking at the Internet – stay safe, ask a grown-up and don’t move off the assigned page without checking first.
Enjoy this project – have a bit of fun with it! You can be as creative as you like – use paper or ICT (like Powerpoint or similar).
Also – here’s a link to the BBC website that teaches you how to touch type. It’s a handy skill for when you are in college and all your assignments are typed.
Enjoy! See you soon,
Here’s a list of work to keep you going until 29th March. Remember that your layout for maths is as important as the answer. Find yourself a work space and try to stay organised! Give everything your very best effort! I’ll keep in contact with you over the blog while we are off.
Page 44 – 51 (1 page per day)
Unit 35 (pg 150, activities pg 154 & 155)
Continue reading the novel, at least 6 pages per day.
Complete one Novel Prompt per day
Go with the Flow (Handwriting) 1 page per day
(Working towards your Pen Licence!)
|Gaeilge||Abair Liom (without listening activities!)
Lch 108, 110, 113, 116, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123
|Maths||Mental Maths – Week 23 & 24
Busy at Maths; Weight Chapter 25 pg. 135-139
|SESE||Complete Project work (on paper or powerpoint)
Choose from Holland (The Netherlands) or Poland
Your project must include:
– Fact File
– Physical features
– Cities, towns
|Music||Learn the following hymns off by heart:
Joy for all the Earth, Cloud’s Veil, A Mhuire Mháthair, Lamb of God, Song of Confirmation, Come Holy Spirit, Holy Holy, Gather Round.
|PE||30 minute activity of your choice daily|
|ART||Draw/Create some art of your choice.
Be Creative! 😊
See you soon!
Here are the links for the songs as promised:
Oh What a Glorious Night (please ignore the typo in the video)
Our recital will be on Thursday, 19th December at 9.10 am. Invite your grown ups, whoever they may be – all welcome!!
Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí!