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Múinteoir Jason 11.05.20

Hello Fifth Class,

I hope everyone is keeping safe and well.

I hope you are getting out to enjoy some of the nice weather that we are having. Here is the list of homework for this week.

Try your best. Don’t worry if you cannot get everything done.

I would love to see some of your artwork too. You can send the pictures through Aladdin or to the school email address. admin@naascns.ie

May 11th – May 15th

Monday

Gaeilge:

log on to  https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources  Bun go Barr 5 page 37 agus 38

Page 38 has the Aimsir Chaite(Past Tense) on the left of the page

and the Aimsir Fháistineach (Future Tense) on the right of the page.

 Continue with Léigh sa Bhaile (one page)

**Use the online dictionary https://www.focloir.ie/

Maths · Log on to https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources and you can access Busy at Maths 5.

page 134 look carefully at the examples, you can even write out the examples to discover how they got their answer, you can check with a calculator.

Go back through the chapter to look at the examples.

English

Writing- Log on to https://www.cjfallon.ie/ and you can access Write at Home 5

Pages 15,16 and 17

Reading – Reading –https://manybooks.net/  or any other books you have access to.

Read at Home one page

PE

10 mins of Go Noodle per day  https://www.gonoodle.com/

Try see if you can get out for a walk/cycle each day with a parent while remembering the 2-metre rule of social distancing. Design your own workout. It can be jumping jacks, push ups, sit ups. See how many you can do in 10 mins.

SESE (History)

Small world History 5 is now online

Chapter 11 ‘Revolutions’ pg. 52. Answer the questions on pg. 54 and

pg. 57 A, B , C (Pick one question do from section D and one question from section E) https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources

Tuesday

Gaeilge:

log on to  https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources  Bun go Barr 5

page 39 Section I -Put the sentences in the correct order starting with the verb first.

Section J -Fill in the missing words to complete the sentences.

**Use the online dictionary https://www.focloir.ie/

Continue with Léigh sa Bhaile (one page)

Maths · Log on to https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources and you can access Busy at Maths 5.

page 135 Weight

Use a weighing scales if you have one at home to weigh yourself. If you have a food weighing scales in the kitchen try weighing some packs of food to see how much they weigh.

English

Book Review

Write a book review on any book you have read. You can talk about why you think the book is a good read or why it wasn’t that good. Use examples in the story to support/prove your point.

Talk about the setting (where the story takes place), the events (what happened), the characters, the emotions of the characters, the conclusion of the story (what happened in the end).

Would you have changed anything in the story? Would you recommend this book to a friend?

How would you rate this book?  10/10 excellent, 1/10 poor or any other number you feel the book deserves.

Reading  https://manybooks.net/

Read at Home continue with the next page.

PE

10 mins of Go Noodle per day  https://www.gonoodle.com/

Try see if you can get out for a walk each day with a parent while remembering the 2-metre rule of social distancing. Design your own game. A game for one person or more. It can be for indoors or outdoors.

SESE (Geography)

Small world 5 Geography and Science.

Chapter 6 The Burren page 33

Answer the questions on pg. 34 and 37

Can you find The Burren on google maps? Hint its in County Clare.

Extra work: If you were to plan a trip to The Burren with your family from Naas

  1. Can you list all the towns you would pass to get there?
  2. How many miles is it to The Burren from Naas?

Wednesday

Gaeilge:

log on to  https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources  Bun go Barr 5 page Léigh an scéal  40 agus 41, cúpla ceist ar 42

 Continue with Léigh sa Bhaile (one page)

Maths · Log on to https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources and you can access Busy at Maths 5.

page 136 – Kilogrammes using fractions and decimals.

Look at the examples on the page carefully.

English

Writing- Log on to https://www.cjfallon.ie/ and you can access Write at Home 5

Pages 18,19 and 20

Reading – Reading –https://manybooks.net/  or any other books you have access to.

Read at Home one page

PE

10 mins of Go Noodle per day  https://www.gonoodle.com/

Try see if you can get out for a walk each day with a parent while remembering the 2-metre rule of social distancing. Design your own workout or game or dance routine. You could record this by giving a set of instructions.

SESE ·

Map work

On the cjfallon website find Atlas and map —Map Skills—- Map Skills 1

Log on to https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources

Ireland- Mountains and Islands

Page. 20, 21 and 22

You can use google maps to help you.

You can also use this very useful website https://kids.kiddle.co/List_of_mountains_in_Ireland

Thursday

Gaeilge:

log on to  https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources  Bun go Barr 5 page 43 agus 44

Continue with Léigh sa Bhaile (one page)

Maths · Log on to https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources and you can access Busy at Maths 5.

page 137 Calculating weight try as many as you can. You can use a calculator at the end to check your answers.

English

Diary work

Are there any chores you must do at home?

What are they?

What do you like – and not like – about each one?

Try and write as much as you can.

Reading –https://manybooks.net/  or any other books you have access to.

Read at Home one page

PE

10 mins of Go Noodle per day  https://www.gonoodle.com/

Try see if you can get out for a walk each day with a parent while remembering the 2-metre rule of social distancing. Design your own dance routine.

I.T.

https://codingireland.ie/ViewLesson/i873

If you have access to a laptop or computer, you can follow the instructions on this page to do the ‘Time Travel Project’.

Friday

Gaeilge:

log on to  https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources  Bun go Barr 5 page 46,47 agus

cúpla ceist 48

 Continue with Léigh sa Bhaile (one page)

Maths · Log on to https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources and you can access Busy at Maths 5.

page 138 Weight -Real life-life problems, you can check with a calculator.

Try as many as you can.

English

Writing- Log on to https://www.cjfallon.ie/ and you can access

Onwards and Upwards 5

Pages 6,7,8,9 and 10

You won’t be able to do the crossword on page 9, so you can skip this part.

Reading – Reading –https://manybooks.net/  or any other books you have access to.

Read at Home one page

PE

10 mins of Go Noodle per day  https://www.gonoodle.com/

Try see if you can get out for a walk each day with a parent while remembering the 2-metre rule of social distancing. Design your own workout/dance routine.

SPHE ·

Try some yoga and stretching.

Yoga with Adriene.

Can you try some of these moves?


What would you most like to learn over the next year? Think about things that interest you or questions you might have about the world and make a list!

Art 

Shading with a pencil. Can you draw an object and use your pencil to add shade to it and bring it to life?

Try practicing with two objects using shading.

Check out the 2 youtube links below to help you.

A cylinder.

An apple.

Remember you can pause and rewind the videos as you go along. You can also try practising with other shapes and objects.

That’s it for this week boys and girls. I know some of you maybe chatting to your friends from school and its good that we have phones and computers to do this and stay in touch.

Remember to always be kind to your classmates on the apps you are using.

Its also important to get outside each day to get some sun and fresh air even if its only for a short walk.

Try and do as much work as possible on the list above each week. Don’t get frustrated if you can’t get it all done. I only ask that you try your best.

I hope you and your families are doing well. We will have lots of stories to share and tell each other when things return to normal again!

Stay safe, stay positive,

Múinteoir Jason.