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Múinteoir Sinéad 11.05.20

Hi Everyone,

I hope you all had a lovely weekend and had lots of fun at home. It was my birthday at the weekend, I was a bit sad that I couldn’t have a party or see my friends but I had a cake and a take away for dinner at home so I still had a really nice day! What did you get up to at the weekend? Let me know.

You are all doing so well with all your work at home, thank you all for sending me the photos and videos of all your great work! It puts a big smile on my face everyday to see all the boys and girls in my class happy and healthy learning and having fun at home.

I’m so excited to see your work this week.

I miss you all and I can’t wait to see you soon.

Múinteoir Sinéad

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Monday:

English: Tricky Words he-click the link to watch the video and see today’s activity.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbA_cmqpp4c

Tricky words are words which we cannot sound out therefore we just have to learn them. Today in the video I introduce the children to the tricky word he and ask them to rainbow write both words. Rainbow writing is where the children trace the word (which has been written on a page in pencil) with lots of different coloured crayons or pencils.

 

Maths: Combining sets-click the link and watch the video to see today’s activity

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkK-0e2zWMo

Combining sets is when we add 2 sets together to create 1 total set. Example a set of 1 and a set of 2 are added together to create a set of 3. ( 1+2=3)

Writing Copy: Continue on to the next page

Around the House: Can you set the table for dinner today? How many places did you set?

Tuesday:

 

English: Tricky Words-can you find the Tricky word he around the house? Places like books or magazines might be a good place to look! Take a photo of the words you found. Practice writing he or make it out of playdough, don’t forget to say each letter as you write them and say the whole word at the end. Can you write the word without looking at it?

SESE: This month we were going to be looking at the theme of the garden and looking at all the mini beasts we may find in the garden. I have attached a mini beast checklist for you to go on your own mini-beast hunt in your garden at home or when you are out for a walk. If you cannot print the sheet maybe you could have a look around your garden or when you are outside and take photos of the mini beasts you see.

Mini beasts are small insects and bugs such as ladybirds, butterflies, spiders, ants, daddy long legs, slugs, worms, caterpillars, snails, flies, bees, wasps, earwigs and beetles.

Maths: combining pg. 77

Gaeilge: Rhyme Tá Teidí ag siúl. Click the link to watch the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLVND9ax2Wo

Writing Copy: continue on to the next page

Around the House: Can you tidy your bedroom? How many things did you tidy away?

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday:

 

English: Tricky Words she-click the link to watch the video and see today’s activity.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLXCmdHGuwM

Tricky words are words which we cannot sound out therefore we just have to learn them. Today in the video I introduce the children to the tricky word she and ask them to rainbow write both words. Rainbow writing is where the children trace the word (which has been written on a page in pencil) with lots of different coloured crayons or pencils.

 

Maths: Combining pg. 78

PE: Spell your name workout: Can you do this fun workout. There is a different exercise for every letter of your name. If you had fun with your own name maybe you could pick the name of your favourite teddy or character from a book or television.

Writing Copy: continue on to the next page

Around the House: Can you put your clothes away? Where do they need to go, in the drawer/wardrobe or in the laundry basket? Make sure you put them in the right place.

 

 

Thursday:

English: Tricky Words-can you find the Tricky word she around the house? Places like books or magazines might be a good place to look! Take a photo of the words you found. Practice writing he or make it out of playdough, don’t forget to say each letter as you write them and say the whole word at the end. Can you write the word without looking at it?

Gaeilge: Cad atá sa mhála? Click the link to watch the video and see today’s activity

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MW1UINEQMM

Maths: Combining pg.79

Writing Copy: continue on to the next page

Around the House: Can you help put the groceries away or clean up after a meal? What items did you put away?

 

 

Friday:

English/SPHE: Fill in the diary page from last week or draw a picture and write a sentence about your “Wow moment” (your favourite thing you did) this week.

Maths: Combining pg. 80

Art/SESE: Can you create a mini beast out of Junk Art you have at home just like we do in the junk art station at school. If you don’t have junk art items at home, maybe you could draw or paint a picture of a mini-beast you saw in outside this week?

Writing Copy: continue on to next page.

Around the House: Can you help to sweep the floor today? What room did you sweep?