2nd Class

Week 11 & 12  June 8th – 19th

 

I hope you all enjoyed the lovely weather over the June Holiday weekend.  You have all been working so hard since school closed.  I have reduced the amount of work for our last two weeks of term so that if the sun happens to make an appearance you can get outdoors to enjoy it. :) Hopefully I will see you all soon but for now stay safe.  :)

 

English:

  • Complete 2 full lessons in Reading Eggs.
  • Word Lists 13- 16 (As before read across like a “snake” and time yourself).

Reading & Writing:

  • Unit 5-8  pg 20 – 35 (inclusive).  The Green Genie.

Spell Well: Week 31-36 inclusive (revision).  Only complete the exercises in the workbook – no sentences.

Irish:

  • Abair Liom: Súil Siar (revision)
  • Reading & Writing: Pg 173 (B) Fill in the blanks

 

Maths:

  • Mathletics – Complete two full lessons .
  • Revise  all  tables +/-
  • Planet Maths:  Pg. 150, 151, 152, 153, 154 (Money)

Pg. 155, 156 (Mental Maths)

Pg. 160 (Colour by numbers)

 

Religion:

Thumb book: Kids Stuff 9. Complete  page 62 & 63

 

 

Art:

Fathers Day: Sunday 21st June

Design a card or write a poem for somebody you love, eg. Dad, Grandad, Uncle etc.

 

S.P.H.E.

Stay safe booklet (To be completed under parental supervision.)

Topic 4.  Secrets and Telling.

Key messages: Children should be enabled to:

  • Learn the difference between good secrets and bad secrets.
  • Understand that they should never keep secrets about touches.

 

Complete worksheet 13: “Good Secrets or Bad Secret.”

 

Topic 5: Strangers

Key Messages: Children should be enabled to:

  • Identify who a stranger is.
  • Deal appropriately with strangers.
  • Learn about the rules/regulations designed to keep them safe.
  • Develop safety skills necessary for their protection in self-care situations.

Complete :

  • Worksheet 14 “Strangers.”
  • Worksheet 15 “Our Rules for Strangers”.

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3rd Class

Week 11 & 12  June 8th – 19th

 

I hope you all enjoyed the lovely weather over the June Holiday weekend.  You have all been working so hard since school closed.  I have reduced the amount of work for our last two weeks of term so that if the sun happens to make an appearance you can get outdoors to enjoy it. :) Hopefully I will see you all soon but for now stay safe. :)

 

English:

  • Complete 2 full lessons in Reading Eggs.
  • Spellwell.  Week 33 & 34 (revision).
  • Better English. Unit 23, page 92. Unit 24, page 96.

 

Irish:

  • Abair Liom: Siúl Siar (revision)
  • Reading & Writing: Pg 173 (B) Fill in the blanks

 

Maths:

  • Complete 2 full lessons in Mathletics.
  • Tables – revise all multiplication up to x 10
  • Topic 23 Area.

Planet Maths. Pg 138 B & C, Pg 139 A & B, Pg 140 A

Pg 141 A & B * Remember when writing your answer to include squares

e.g.  4 squares or 4 sq.

Topic 24: Division

Sometimes when we divide a number by another it does not work out evenly, therefore we have a remainder:

 e.g. 10 ÷ 4 = 2 remainder 2 or 2 r 

    2 r 2

4⟌10

Planet Maths:

Page 143, B, C , D & E, page 144 A & B ( Draw picture to help work it out.) Page 145 A & B (Draw a picture to help work it out). Page 146 . Page 147 B & C

  

Art:

Fathers Day: Sunday 21st June

Design a card or write a poem for somebody you love, eg. Dad, Grandad, Uncle etc.

S.P.H.E.

Stay safe booklet (To be completed under parental supervision.)

Topic 4.  Secrets and Telling.

Key messages: Children should be enabled to:

  • Learn the difference between good secrets and bad secrets.
  • Understand that they should never keep secrets about touches.

 

Complete worksheet 13: “Good Secrets or Bad Secret.”

 

Topic 5: Strangers

Key Messages: Children should be enabled to:

  • Identify who a stranger is.
  • Deal appropriately with strangers.
  • Learn about the rules/regulations designed to keep them safe.
  • Develop safety skills necessary for their protection in self-care situations.

Complete :

  • Worksheet 14 “Strangers.”
  • Worksheet 15 “Our Rules for Strangers”.

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4th Class

Week 11 & 12  June 8th – 19th

 

I hope you all enjoyed the lovely weather over the June Holiday weekend.  You have all been working so hard since school closed.  I have reduced the amount of work for our last two weeks of term so that if the sun happens to make an appearance you can get outdoors to enjoy it. :) Hopefully I will see you all soon but for now stay safe. :)

 

English:

  • Complete 2 full lessons in Reading Eggs.
  • Spellwell.  Week 33 & 34 (revision).
  • Better English. Unit 23, page 92. Unit 24, page 96.

 

Irish:

  • Abair Liom: Súil Siar (revision)
  • Reading & Writing: Pg 173 (B) Fill in the blanks

 

Maths:

Complete 2 full lessons in Mathletics.

Revise all multiplication & division tables.

Topic 23: Area

Planet Maths:

Page 138 B, C,D

Page 139 B (One square centimetre is written  like this: 1 cm²

Page 140 A & B (Use cm² in answer)

Page 141 A & B (One square metre is written like this: 1m²

Topic 24 : Time

Planet Maths :

Page 143 B & C, Pg. 144 A &B, Pg 145 A &B, Pg 146 A & B

 

Art:

Fathers Day: Sunday 21st June

Design a card or write a poem for somebody you love, eg. Dad, Grandad, Uncle etc.

S.P.H.E.

Stay safe booklet (To be completed under parental supervision.)

Topic 4.  Secrets and Telling.

Key messages: Children should be enabled to:

  • Learn the difference between good secrets and bad secrets.
  • Understand that they should never keep secrets about touches.

 

Complete worksheet 13: “Good Secrets or Bad Secret.”

 

 

Topic 5: Strangers

Key Messages: Children should be enabled to:

  • Identify who a stranger is.
  • Deal appropriately with strangers.
  • Learn about the rules/regulations designed to keep them safe.
  • Develop safety skills necessary for their protection in self-care situations.

Complete :

  • Worksheet 14 “Strangers.”
  • Worksheet 15 “Our Rules for Strangers”.