Please complete as much work as you can over the school closure.
Thank you and remember to always try your best! 🙂
- Exploring Spellings:
- Page 54: learn spellings and complete exercises.
- Put spellings into sentences.
- Read at home:
- Read and answer questions in copy; pages 56-59
- Worksheets (Grammar and recount writing) linked on the right of the page
- Complete exercises in homework copy.
- Mental Maths : complete the next 2 weeks in your book and the problem solving questions.
- Tables: Revise dividing by 4, 6 and 8
- Worksheets: Complete on sheet.
Suggested online maths games
- Hit the button – practice multiplication and division tables
- Fruit splat – multiplication practice
- Fruit splat – division practice
Léigh sa Bhaile: lch 50 – 53 (Freagair na ceisteanna i do chóipleabhar- Answer the questions in your homework copy)
Tarraing póstaer: An Chistin (scríobh focal in aice le gach rud sa chistin): cosúil leis an pictiúr a rinneamar sa rang “An Seomra Leapa” example picture saved as PDF.
(Draw a picture of your kitchen (labelling each part in Irish): Like the picture we did in class for “My bedroom”
An Nuacht: Scríobh síos do nuacht i do chóipleabhar (sample saved as PDF)
We have been learning about the Celts in class. Please complete a project on the Celts including some of the following information:
- Where the celts came from
- Early Celtic Settlers (when did they begin to settle in Ireland?)
- Celtic dress
- Crops grown by Celtic farmers
- Celtic writing (Ogham)
- Some Celtic crafts (like the Ardagh Chalice and the Book of Kells)
- Social Structure (small kingdoms called tuatha etc)
- Religious Customs of the Celts
- Who were the ‘Aos Dana’ in Celtic society?
- What types of homes did the Celts live in?
- Describe and draw a crannóg
- Celtic battle tattoos and shield designs
Here are some useful website links to help you with your project:
- Celts in Ireland
- Twinkl (They are offering all parents a One Month FREE Ultimate Membership to Twinkl.ie. This will allow you unlimited access to every single resource for every single curriculum subject from junior infants to sixth class. Setting this up is really easy to do – go to www.twinkl.ie/offer and enter the code IRLTWINKLHELPS)
- Design and make your own crannóg from material you can find at home.
- Design your own Celtic battle tattoo and shield
- Design your own Celtic knot initial. (see PDF “Celtic designs patterns”)
- Go outside and play!
- Go Noodle https://www.gonoodle.com/
- Joe Wick’s kids workout videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3LPrhI0v-w
Yoga for kids