Hi everyone,

Thanks again for all the great work that is being done at home, both on Seesaw and in the children’s books. I really appreciate the effort that everyone is making.

Below is a suggested scheme of work. As always there is no pressure to complete all of this work. Do as much as you are able for and in any order that you like. Ms. O’Sullivan and I will continue to put activities on Seesaw each day but this can be done whenever you like. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at mslanigansnc@gmail.com or msosullivansnc@gmail.com.

Kind regards,

Miss Lanigan.


Third Class Numeracy:

Busy at Maths Chapter 19: Fractions 2

The book can be accessed on the CJFallon website. The link for the website is as follows:


Click ‘student resources’, then filter to the class (Third Class), subject (maths) and title you require (Busy at maths), making sure ‘Online Book’ is selected under ‘Resources’. This will display the book.

The interactives (resources, click interactives) can be used to aid in understanding in what is expected and has some activities to do. They match with the page of the maths book.

Weblinks tutorial 57 to 61 are useful this week.

The pages from Busy at Maths will also be on seesaw and assigned to the pupils each day.

I’m including a link to a fraction wall which will be useful to have for the week.


Number Facts: Unit 29: Divide by 7

Mental Maths – continue onto the next week


Maths 4th Class

Mental Maths book and Number Facts to be continued.

This week we will be looking at Chapter 26: Chance.

Chance ppt

One page a day can be completed from the book orally or written.

Activities will be put on Seesaw, based on chance.


Third Class Literacy

Reading Zone Unit Unit 28: Clever Rosa

Read the fantasy story and answer activities A, B, C and E

The pupils will also write a profile on Rosa. You will have to be creative as not all the information is in the story. You will write your own ending for the sentences. I will put the template on seesaw to complete or you can write the sentences out on a sheet of paper.

The sentences to use are:

My full name is Rosa ___________.

I live in ____________.

I live with ____________.

My favourite colour is ____________.

My favourite thing to do is _____________.

The funniest thing that ever happened to me was ________________.

The scariest thing that ever happened to me was ________________.


Spellings: Spellwell week 26

English in Practice to be completed daily.

Continue to complete Write Here book.


English 4th Class

Spellings: Spellwell week 26

English in Practice to be completed daily.

Continue to complete Write Here book.


Activities will be put on Seesaw but I will also include links to activities here.

Reading comprehension ‘Celtic Irish Festivals’

Celtic Irish Festivals

Grammar – homophones

Homophones 3

Writing – Making a magic potion


Poetry – A Slash of Blue

RZ9910_Reading Zone 4th TRB poem



We will begin working on Ócáidí Speisialta (Special Occasions)

Rang a 3 – chapter 19 – An Bhainis (The Wedding)

Rang a 4 – chapter 19 – Ag an Aerfort (At the Airport)

Some activities will be put on Seesaw that will be based on the book.

Other activities from the book can be completed in their copies.

Listen to story and practise vocabulary

Read story in book and answer questions in copy

Listen to and read comhrá, write comhrá from book

Briathra (verbs)


SESE (two weeks)


Unit 14 – Life in Medieval Towns










We will be learning about Japan.

If you go to https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources and filter down 4th class – SESE – Small World – Small World Geography and Science and open the online book to Unit 13: Japan.

I will include some extra activities on Seesaw.










Small World Geography and Science – Unit 14: The Human Body

Read through and try activities in unit.

Activities will be on Seesaw also.







Children can continue work on rainforest dioramas.



There are plenty of ideas for P.E. on this webpage https://www.weareteachers.com/virtual-pe-classes/

Don’t forget that games the children play and going for walks are all part of PE.



Did you know that we are sometimes very mean to ourselves? We often say things to ourselves that we would never say to anyone else, especially if we haven’t done well at something or if we are worried about something. Maybe you’ve said things like ‘I’m so stupid’ or ‘Why am I not as good as ——-’. This is very bad for our well-being as it can make us feel bad about ourselves? We need to say kinder things to ourselves instead!

Look at the activity on Seesaw for being kinder to ourselves.



Continue to practise tin whistle tunes.