I hope you had another lovely weekend . A huge thanks to the boys and girls who made another fantastic effort on Seesaw last week. I received some amazing work again want to say a huge thanks to the parents who have been so supportive. It’s really appreciated. Again I must stress the suggested scheme of work I am sending is just a guideline. As is always the case, do what you can do and leave it at that! Don’t feel under the slightest bit of pressure to get this work completed. Below is the Seesaw timetable for the week. If you have any further photos/ work that you would like me to see, send them onto me. I will put photos on the website or twitter as soon as possible. Please contact me should you have any queries. If you have not contacted me already about an access code for Seesaw, please do so at email@example.com
Thanking you again for your support,
*Please note this is open to change
|English- My Weekend (Acrostic Poem)||English- Reading Strategy (Clarifying)||English- Listening Activity||English- Oral Procedures/ Instructions||English- Procedural writing|
|Maths-Subtraction and Revision||Maths -Subtraction and Revision||Maths- Subtraction and Revision||Maths -Subtraction and Revision||Maths- Subtraction and Revision|
|Gaeilge- An Circín Rua (The Little Red Hen)||Gaeilge- An Circín Rua (The Little Red Hen)||Gaeilge- An Circín Rua (The Little Red Hen)||Gaeilge- An Circín Rua (The Little Red Hen)||PE|
Spell Well– Week 32 Pages 68 and 69 (-ck words, -nk words and -sk words)
Here is a link to the answers for the Spell Well Book. Children can self-correct if they would like to.
This week try Collins Big Cat readers again. Folens publishers are offering free access to Collins Big Cat readers. These are levelled readers.To access these visit: https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Portal.aspx
Click on Teacher Login.
Enter username and password
Two Little Frogs– Phonics -ang -ung -ong Page 54
Grammar Capital Letters Pages 31 and 47
Handwriting Book– continue with your handwriting book
English in Practice– Unit 15 (pages 72 to 76)
Please note here is the answer book to the English in Practice Book- the children can self correct if they please
Our theme this week is An Circín Rua (The Little Red Hen) Pages 136 and 137 and Súil Siar (Revision) Pages 138 and 139
This book is available online. See details below.
Folens Book Publishers are giving access to all digital resources for the Abair Liom Irish programme. For access go to http://FolensOnline.ie and click register, select Teacher, fill in a username, email and password. For Roll Number use the code Prim20.
Once logged in, go to search and type in Abair Liom C and then search for An Circín Rua. You can then go into luaschartaí (flashcards) and scéal (story).
(See Seesaw Mon.-Thurs. for activities/ translations etc.)
Tables Champion– Week 29
Tables– start subtraction tables on page 4 of Tables Champion -6
Our new topic will be subtraction. Children can complete activities based on Subtraction from their Cracking Maths book Pages 115-118 and 140-141
(See Seesaw every day for activities)
There will also be three revision questions on Seesaw every day for the children to complete.
Small World Book
Temperature Pages 94 A and B and page 95- instead of measuring the temperature in the classroom children can check the temperature of a room at home if possible.
Wildflowers Page 84
Magnets Pages 78 and 79
Continue with your diorama based on the theme of ‘Under the Sea’
Why not try the new note C Natural
You have now learned two c notes so how do you know which one to play???
This week you can try out the tune ‘Skip to my Lou’