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Homework/Assignments for June 2020

MS. FLYNN
Junior Infants
Email: mflynn@croomns.ie

1ST – 5TH JUNE 2020

Phonics:

  • Jolly Phonics: Revise sounds (sounds and videos available on YouTube)
  • Tricky Words: could, should, would
  • Sounds Make Words – any 2 uncompleted pages

Handwriting:

  • Just Handwriting Copy – 1 page
  • Mrs. Murphy’s Handwriting Copy – 1 page

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 119 – Money
  • Busy at Maths page 120 – Money
  • Busy at Maths Homework Book page 39

Gaeilge:

  • Bua na Cainte available to download from www.edco.ie/bua
    • Login: trial
    • Password: trial
  • Look at the stories, conversations and songs from the theme “Caitheamh Aimsire”

SESE:

  • Small World page 59 – Smell
  • Small World page 60 – Summer

Additional activities will continue to be posted daily to the Seesaw app.

8TH – 12TH JUNE 2020

Phonics:

  • Jolly Phonics: Revise sounds (sounds and videos available on YouTube)
  • Tricky Words: right, two, four
  • Sounds Make Words – any 2 uncompleted pages

Handwriting:

  • Just Handwriting Copy – 1 page
  • Mrs. Murphy’s Handwriting Copy – 1 page

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 121 – Number
  • Busy at Maths page 122 – Number

Gaeilge:

  • Bua na Cainte available to download from www.edco.ie/bua
    • Login: trial
    • Password: trial
  • Look at the stories, conversations and songs from the theme “Caitheamh Aimsire”

SESE:

  • Small World – Any 2 uncompleted pages

Additional activities will continue to be posted daily to the Seesaw app.

15TH – 19TH JUNE 2020

Phonics:

  • Jolly Phonics: Revise sounds (sounds and videos available on YouTube)
  • Tricky Words: goes, does, made
  • Sounds Make Words – any 2 uncompleted pages

Handwriting:

  • Just Handwriting Copy – 1 page
  • Mrs. Murphy’s Handwriting Copy – 1 page

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 123 – Number
  • Busy at Maths page 124 – Number

Gaeilge:

  • Bua na Cainte available to download from www.edco.ie/bua
    • Login: trial
    • Password: trial
  • Look at the stories, conversations and songs from the theme “Caitheamh Aimsire”

SESE:

  • Small World – Any 2 uncompleted pages

Additional activities will continue to be posted daily to the Seesaw app.

Seesaw App – Ms. Flynn

The code for my class is BJXY KNWY

Parents must download the app and enter that code under the student log in. 

MS. FLYNN
Senior Infants
Email: mflynn@croomns.ie

1ST – 5TH JUNE 2020

Phonics:

  • Sounds Make Words page 76
  • Sounds Make Words page 77

Spellings: Revision of previous spellings

Hop             Milk
Cot               Like
Boy              Into
Girl              Run
Hug             Nut
Fun             Have

Complete spellings test on Friday

Handwriting:

  • Handwriting Copy – 2 pages

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 81 – Weight
  • Busy at Maths page 82 – Weight
  • Busy at Maths page 83 – Weight
  • Master Your Maths page 62
  • Master Your Maths page 63
  • Master Your Maths page 94 (test)

Gaeilge:

  • Bua na Cainte available to download from www.edco.ie/bua
    • Login: trial
    • Password: trial
  • Look at the stories, conversations and songs from the theme “Caitheamh Aimsire”

SESE:

  • Small World page 59 – Smell
  • Small World page 60 – Summer

Additional activities will continue to be posted daily to the Seesaw app.

8TH – 12TH JUNE 2020

Phonics:

  • Sounds Make Words page 78
  • Sounds Make Words page 79

Spellings: Revision of previous spellings

Cut                  Flag
All                   Went
Make              Sent
Take               Down
Bran               Club
Clap                Tent

Complete spellings test on Friday

Handwriting:

  • Handwriting Copy – 2 pages

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 62 – Length
  • Busy at Maths page 63 – Length
  • Busy at Maths page 100 – Data
  • Master Your Maths page 64
  • Master Your Maths page 65
  • Master Your Maths page 95 (test)

Gaeilge:

  • Bua na Cainte available to download from www.edco.ie/bua
    • Login: trial
    • Password: trial
  • Look at the stories, conversations and songs from the theme “Caitheamh Aimsire”

SESE:

  • Small World – any 2 uncompleted pages

Additional activities will continue to be posted daily to the Seesaw app.

15TH – 19TH JUNE 2020

Phonics:

  • Sounds Make Words page 80

Spellings: Revision of previous spellings

Crop              Water
Drop               Of
Drum             My
Grip               One
See                 Four
From             Frog

Complete spellings test on Friday

Handwriting:

  • Handwriting Copy – 2 pages

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 101 – Data
  • Busy at Maths page 102 – More/ Less
  • Busy at Maths page 103 – More/ Less

Gaeilge:

  • Bua na Cainte available to download from www.edco.ie/bua
    • Login: trial
    • Password: trial
  • Look at the stories, conversations and songs from the theme “Caitheamh Aimsire”

SESE:

  • Small World – any 2 uncompleted pages

Additional activities will continue to be posted daily to the Seesaw app.

Seesaw App – Ms. Flynn

The code for my class is BJXY KNWY

Parents must download the app and enter that code under the student log in. 

MS. CAGNEY
Senior Infants
Email: jcagney@croomns.ie

1ST – 5TH JUNE 2020

  • Phonics: (See Jolly Phonics Link below)
  • Spellings: ‘an’ words
  • Small World: Pg. 88 & 89
  • P.E: GoNoodle (App)
  • Burgers Book of Sounds: This book should now be finished please complete any pages that you might have missed
  • Busy at Maths: This book should now be finished please complete any pages that you might have missed
  • Grow in Love: This book should now be completed: Revise the ‘Night Prayer’ on the last page of the book.
  • Master Your Maths: This book should now be finished please complete any pages/tests that you might have missed.

Web links:

Spellings:

An Ran Fan He
Van Pan Plan She
Man Tan Can Was

8TH – 12TH JUNE 2020

  • Phonics: (See Jolly Phonics Link below)
  • Spellings: ‘ch’ words
  • Small World: Pg. 90 & 91
  • P.E: GoNoodle (App)
  • Grow in Love: Revise the ‘Grace before Meals’ on the last page of the book
  • Burgers Book of Sounds: This book should now be finished please complete any pages that you might have missed
  • Busy at Maths: This book should now be finished please complete any pages that you might have missed
  • Master Your Maths: This book should now be finished please complete any pages/tests that you might have missed.

Web links:

Spellings:

Chap Chat Chop Such
Chip Chew Chug Off
Chum Chin Much On

15TH – 19TH JUNE 2020

  • Phonics: (See Jolly Phonics Link below)
  • Small World: Pg. 92-96
  • P.E: GoNoodle (App)
  • Grow in Love: Revise the ‘Grace before Meals’ on the last page of the book
  • Burgers Book of Sounds: This book should now be finished please complete any pages that you might have missed
  • Busy at Maths: This book should now be finished please complete any pages that you might have missed
  • Master Your Maths: This book should now be finished please complete any pages/tests that you might have missed.

Web links:

Seesaw App – Ms. Cagney

The code for my class is NUXT NPJD

Parents must download the app and enter that code under the student log in.  

MS. CAGNEY
First Class
Email: jcagney@croomns.ie

1ST – 5TH JUNE 2020

  • Feena’s First Book of Facts: Pg. 11-20 (Reader on Seesaw App.)
  • Skills Book F: Page 63 & 64
  • Small World: Page 88 & 89
  • Grow in Love: This book should now be completed: Revise the ‘Night Prayer’ on the last page of the book.
  • Master your Maths: This book should now be finished please complete any pages/tests that you might have missed.
  • Busy at Maths: This book should now be finished please complete any pages that you might have missed.

Spellings:

Neat Least Head Hope
Seat Reach Bread Rise
Cream Preach Sweat Smell
Dream Teacher Ready Stick

More Resources:

8TH – 12TH JUNE 2020

  • Feena’s First Book of Facts: Pg. 21-35 (Reader on Seesaw App.)
  • Small World: Page 90 & 91
  • Grow in Love: Revise the ‘Grace before Meals’ on the last page of the book.
  • Master your Maths: This book should now be finished please complete any pages/tests that you might have missed.
  • Busy at Maths: This book should now be finished please complete any pages that you might have missed.
    Skills Book F: This book should now be finished please complete any pages that you might have missed.

Spellings:

Baby Daddy Shiny Care
Busy Early Snowy Rule
Cosy Mammy Breezy Tube
Lady Rugby Cheeky Their

More Resources:

15TH – 19TH JUNE 2020

  • Feena’s First Book of Facts: Reader Available on Seesaw
  • Small World: Page 92-96

More Resources:

Seesaw App – Ms. Cagney

The code for my class is NUXT NPJD

Parents must download the app and enter that code under the student log in.  

MS. O’LOUGHLIN
2nd Class
Email: toloughlan@croomns.ie

1ST – 5TH JUNE 2020

  • Busy at Maths pgs 160&161
  • Master your Maths: Continue on with the next three pages.
  • -8 tables
  • Spell Well pgs 74&75
  • Skills Book H pgs 58-60
  • Find questions on attached file relating to the story ‘Fun at the Big Lemon Teapot’. Revise this story before completing the questions. (Click link to view)
  • Handwriting: Continue with book or copy.
  • Cairde le Chéile pg 64
  • Practice tin whistle
  • Small World pgs 86-88
  • Free Writing Copy: Write 7/8 lines each day.
  • Learn ‘Prayers Before Communion’. Please find prayer in the link below.
  • Project: Draw the eight planets in our solar system on a large piece of paper.

I will be posting activities on the seesaw app each day. Hope everyone is staying safe and well.

8TH – 12TH JUNE 2020

  • Busy at Maths pgs 162-164. Please complete any pages that are not finished in the workbook.
  • Master Your Maths: Continue on with the next three pages.
  • Revise -9 tables.
  • Complete any pages not done from the ‘Spell Well’ workbook.
  • Find questions on attached file relating to story ‘Winchilla’s New Spell’. There are also questions on poetry. These questions can be completed over the next two weeks. (Click link to view questions)
  • Handwriting: Continue with book or copy.
  • Cairde le Chéile: Revise reading pages 4-10.
  • Practice tin whistle.
  • Small World pgs 90-93.
  • Find out more about one of the events on the space travel timeline (Small World p.90). Draw a picture and write a few sentences about it.
  • Free Writing Copy: Write 7/8 lines each day.
  • Prayer: Learn ‘Prayer after Communion’. Please find prayer in the link below.
  • Communion Colouring Sheets

15TH – 19TH JUNE 2020

  • Busy at Maths: Finish any pages not completed.
  • Master your Maths: Finish any pages not completed.
  • Revise -10 tables.
  • Spell Well: Finish any pages not completed.
  • Skills Book H: pgs 63&64. Finish any pages not completed.
  • Find questions on attached file relating to story ‘Winchilla’s New Spell‘. There are also questions on poetry.
  • Handwriting: Finish book or continue with copy.
  • Cairde le Chéile: revise reading pgs 11-15.
  • Practice tin whistle.
  • Small World pgs 94, 95 &96. Project: Make a timeline of Katie Taylor’s life and sporting achievements.
  • Free Writing copy: write 7/8 lines each day.
  • Revise these prayers: ‘The Act of Sorrow’ and ‘Prayer for Forgiveness’.

22ND – 26TH JUNE 2020

I hope everyone is keeping safe and well. Here are some activities ye can try at home:

Well done to the children on all the hard work they have done at home for the past few weeks and throughout the school year. Don’t forget to return any books for the Book Rental to the school. I’m looking forward to seeing everyone in September. Enjoy the Summer holidays!

First Communion Prayers for 2nd Class

Seesaw App – Ms. O’ Loughlin

The code for my class is YICW TRNJ

Parents must download the app and enter that code under the student log in.  

MR. MURPHY
3rd Class
Email: rmurphy@croomns.ie

1ST – 5TH JUNE 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“Ní hé lá na gaoithe lá na scolb”. The day of the wind is not the day to repair the roof.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over page 31 (poem) ‘An Cat sa Scáthán’ in Spréacha.
  • Irish-www.duolingo.com is a useful website for learning Gaeilge at home. It is worthwhile to download the app.
  • Spell Well-Fill in week 32 Revision of spellings weeks 25-31. Ask a parent to give you a test of twenty spellings from these weeks. Email the result or a picture of your test to me.
  • S.E.S.E-Geography and Science Read unit 18. Written work pg 106 A1-7, pg 109 A1-6
  • Read a newspaper. Discuss an article of interest to you with an adult.
  • English Reading -Get Set pages 164 and 170
  • English Writing-Get Set page 172 C,D, E.
    Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Revise 8 times tables. Mix them up. Ask an adult to give you a tables test if possible. Include your result in an email to me.
  • Maths-Mathemagic 3 pages 151 and 152.
  • Master Your Maths 3(available online cjfallon website) do pages 18 and 19 in your copy and week 7 test on pg 72.
  • In order to help during the Covid19 crisis, CJ Fallon is now providing FREE access to its online books until the end of this school term. This access applies to teachers, parents and students.
  • PE-Continue to practice your hurling and football skills. Remember all you need is a ball and a wall. Mind the windows! Try the bucket challenge ie. Kicking a ball in to a bucket/hoop.
  • Water safety at home- Read and follow the link below
    • RTÉ Home School Hub

      PAWS is now on the RTE Home School Hub available by clicking the link below:

      https://www.rte.ie/learn/2020/0513/1138157-learn-skills-that-save-lives-by-becoming-a-paws-hero/

      The lessons and activities will guide children through Water Safety at home, on farms, in swimming pools, rivers, lakes and of course at the beach. Splash the Bear and River the Otter will show children how to stay safe at these locations, and how keep their family and friends safe too! By taking part not only will children be safer on or near the water, they can also become a PAWS HERO! All resources can also be found by visiting www.teachpaws.ie 

    • Water Safety Ireland Colouring Competition:

      Become A PAWS Hero
      Water Safety Ireland are running a colouring competition to celebrate all of our new PAWS Heros. Enter the competition to be in with a chance of winning one of four €50 Elverys Sports vouchers.

      Download the picture of splash the bear and river the otter linked (you will find it on the hub) below, colour it in and send your artwork to paws@watersafety.ie. Please tell us your name, class level, school and name and we will announce the winners on Thursday 4th of June.

  • Ceol

     

  • Religion

 

All work that needs to be done in a copy should be done in your copy labelled Home/School.

MR. MURPHY’S
Class Blog

Dia dhaoibh go léir a phaistí. This week you are about to read an extract from your English Reader entitled ‘ The Carpet Bicycle’. It is a fictional story and I think you will enjoy reading it. Think about the differences between Mr. Majeika and the regular classroom teacher that you have come to know. You may be inspired to read other fantasy books.

The weather has been really warm over the last few days. People all over the country have enjoyed the summer sunshine in various ways. That is why I have included the link on water safety this week. An adult may discuss water and farm safety with you at this time of year.

Stay Safe.

Le Meas,
Mr.R Murphy.

8TH – 12TH JUNE 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“Maireann croí éadrom i bhfad”= A light heart lives a long time.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over pages 34, 35 and 36 of Spréacha.
  • Irish-www.duolingo.com is a useful website for learning Gaeilge at home. It is worthwhile to download the app.
  • Spell Well-Fill in week 33 General Revision.
  • S.E.S.E-History Unit 18
  • Written work page 91 A and B.
  • Continue to watch Home School Hub.
  • Read a newspaper. Discuss an article of interest to you with an adult.
  • English Reading -Get Set pages 174 to 179. Treasury C page 76.
  • English Writing-Get Set page 180 C,D, E.
    Treasury C page 77 A, B and C, page 78 A, B, C.
    Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Revise 9 times tables. Mix them up. Ask an adult to give you a tables test if possible. Email your result to me.
  • Maths-Mathemagic 3 pages 153 and 154.
    Master Your Maths 3(available online cjfallon website) do pages 20 and 21 in your copy and week 8 test on pg 73.
  • In order to help during the Covid19 crisis, CJ Fallon is now providing FREE access to its online books until the end of this school term. This access applies to teachers, parents and students.
  • PE-Continue to practice your hurling and football skills. Remember all you need is a ball and a wall. Mind the windows! Try the bucket challenge ie. Kicking a ball in to a bucket/hoop.
  • Art-I want you all to find a stone. Paint and decorate it. It is a good idea to paint the stone white first so the colours will stand out. Please take photos and email them to me.
  • Religion/Ceol-Theme Reconciliation.

All work that needs to be done in a copy should be done in your copy labelled Home/School.

MR. MURPHY’S
Class Blog

Dia dhaoibh go léir a phaistí. This week you are about to read an extract from your English Reader entitled ‘ A Blind Man Catches a Bird’. I would encourage you to read this story slowly in order to take in the moral. It is a tale of friendship and forgiveness. I hope you will be able to learn from it and put the moral into practice in your everyday lives.

During this week I would like you to create a Time Capsule. Firstly I would like you to get a tin or a box which can be sealed. Label it ‘Time Capsule’.

‘Do not open until Christmas Day 2030’.

In this box I would like you to include some items

  • Newspaper headings
  • Food wrappers
  • Photographs
  • Shopping receipt
  • Each member of your family including you to write a few lines on their Covid19 experience.
  • Write a paragraph on what you think you will be like in 2030.
    • Will you be finished school?
    • Will you be in college or working?
    • Will you be involved in sport etc?

Have fun compiling your Time Capsule. You may have other ideas of your own on what to include. Ask an adult to store your box in a safe place for the future.

Stay Safe.

Le Meas,
Mr.R Murphy.

15TH – 19TH JUNE 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“Is maith an tanlann an tocras”= Hunger is great sauce.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over pages 38, 39 and 40 of Spréacha.
  • Irish-www.duolingo.com is a useful website for learning Gaeilge at home. It is worthwhile to download the app.
  • Spell Well-Fill in week 34 General Revision.
  • S.E.S.E-Geography & Science Unit 19
  • Written work page 112 A and B and pg114 A1-4 and C.
  • Continue to watch Home School Hub.
  • Read a newspaper. Discuss an article of interest to you with an adult.
  • English Reading -Get Set pages 188 to 193. Treasury C read page 82.
  • English Writing-Get Set page 196 C,D, E.
    Treasury C pages 83-85.
    Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Revise 10 and 11 times tables. Remember the rule when multiplying by 10, you simply add a zero.Mix them up. Ask an adult to give you a tables test if possible. Email your result to me.
  • Maths-Mathemagic 3 pages 157 and 160.
    Master Your Maths 3(available online cjfallon website) do pages 22 and 23 in your copy and week 9 test on pg 74.
  • In order to help during the Covid19 crisis, CJ Fallon is now providing FREE access to its online books until the end of this school term. This access applies to teachers, parents and students.
  • PE-Continue to practice your hurling and football skills. Remember all you need is a ball and a wall. Mind the windows! Try the bucket challenge ie. Kicking a ball in to a bucket/hoop.
  • Religion/Ceol-

All work that needs to be done in a copy should be done in your copy labelled Home/School.

MR. MURPHY’S
Class Blog

Dia dhaoibh go léir a phaistí. This week you are about to read an extract from your English Reader entitled ‘How it all Began’. You are familiar with the tales of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ and ‘The Three Little Pigs’. This extract tells these tales from the point of view of the wolf. I hope this story brings back many memories of your younger self!

The topic of light is examined in your Geography and Science textbook this week. If time allows why not try one of the experiments with the help of an adult.

Stay Safe.

Le Meas,
Mr.R Murphy.

22ND – 26TH JUNE 2020

MR. MURPHY’S
Class Blog

Dia dhaoibh go léir a phaistí. This is the final week of school work. The families who are part of our school book rental scheme are asked to return their book rentals to the school this week. A member of staff will be available to receive your books between 10am and 2pm on Monday 22nd, Tuesday 23rd and Wednesday 24th of June. Please place your books on the window ledges outside our classroom building. You are reminded to adhere to social distancing guidelines. Since you will not have any textbooks to work from this week I have included a series of worksheets for you to work on.

I wish you all a safe and enjoyable summer and we all look forward to our return to school in September. Bainigí taitneamh as na laethanta saoire.

Le Meas,
Mr.R Murphy.

Seesaw App – R Murphy & E Barry 3rd and 4th

The code for my class is FASL ARFM

Parents must download the app and enter that code under the student log in. 

MR. MURPHY
4th Class
Email: rmurphy@croomns.ie

1ST – 5TH JUNE 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“Ní hé lá na gaoithe lá na scolb”. The day of the wind is not the day to repair the roof.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over page 31 (poem) ‘An Cat sa Scáthán’ in Spréacha.
  • Irish-www.duolingo.com is a useful website for learning Gaeilge at home. It is worthwhile to download the app.
  • Spell Well-Fill in week 32 Revision of spellings weeks 25-31. Ask a parent to give you a test of twenty spellings from these weeks. Email the result or a picture of your test to me.
  • S.E.S.E-Geography and Science Read unit 18. Written work pg 106 A1-7, pg 109 A1-6
  • Read a newspaper. Discuss an article of interest to you with an adult.
  • English Reading-Let’s Go pages 182-187
  • English Writing-Let’s Go pages 188 C,D,E.
  • Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Revise 8 times tables. Mix them up. Ask an adult to give you a tables test if possible. Include the result in your email to me.
  • Maths-New Wave Mental Maths week 33. Be sure to do the problem solving and the Friday Review.
    Master Your Maths 4(available online cjfallon website) do pages 18 and 19 in your copy and week 7 test on pg 72.
  • In order to help during the Covid19 crisis, CJ Fallon is now providing FREE access to its online books until the end of this school term. This access applies to teachers, parents and students.
  • PE-Continue to practice your hurling and football skills. Remember all you need is a ball and a wall. Mind the windows! Try the bucket challenge ie. Kicking a ball in to a bucket/hoop.
  • Water safety at home- Read and follow the link below
    • RTÉ Home School Hub

      PAWS is now on the RTE Home School Hub available by clicking the link below:

      https://www.rte.ie/learn/2020/0513/1138157-learn-skills-that-save-lives-by-becoming-a-paws-hero/

      The lessons and activities will guide children through Water Safety at home, on farms, in swimming pools, rivers, lakes and of course at the beach. Splash the Bear and River the Otter will show children how to stay safe at these locations, and how keep their family and friends safe too! By taking part not only will children be safer on or near the water, they can also become a PAWS HERO! All resources can also be found by visiting www.teachpaws.ie 

    • Water Safety Ireland Colouring Competition:

      Become A PAWS Hero
      Water Safety Ireland are running a colouring competition to celebrate all of our new PAWS Heros. Enter the competition to be in with a chance of winning one of four €50 Elverys Sports vouchers.

      Download the picture of splash the bear and river the otter linked (you will find it on the hub) below, colour it in and send your artwork to paws@watersafety.ie. Please tell us your name, class level, school and name and we will announce the winners on Thursday 4th of June.

  • Ceol

     

  • Religion

 

All work that needs to be done in a copy should be done in your copy labelled Home/School.

MR. MURPHY’S
Class Blog

Dia dhaoibh go léir a phaistí. This week in your English Reader you will read an extract called  ‘Danger from the Deep’. As the title suggests this extract is action packed and fast paced. I am almost certain that you will enjoy reading it. Consider what it would be like if you were four hundred years old.

The weather has been really warm over the last few days. People all over the country have enjoyed the summer sunshine in various ways. That is why I have included the link on water safety this week. An adult may discuss water and farm safety with you at this time of year.

Stay Safe.

Le Meas,
Mr.R Murphy.

8TH – 12TH JUNE 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“Maireann croí éadrom i bhfad”= A light heart lives a long time.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over pages 34, 35 and 36 of Spréacha.
  • Irish-www.duolingo.com is a useful website for learning Gaeilge at home. It is worthwhile to download the app.
  • Spell Well-Fill in week 33 General Revision.
  • S.E.S.E-History Unit 18
  • Written work page 91 A and B.
  • Continue to watch Home School Hub.
  • Read a newspaper. Discuss an article of interest to you with an adult.
  • English Reading-Let’s Go pages 196-202
  • English Writing-Let’s Go pages 204 C,D,E.
  • Treasury D pages 69 and 72. Learn English poem ‘The Old Woman of the Roads’ by Pádraic Colum on page 203 of reader.
  • Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Revise 9 times tables. Mix them up. Ask an adult to give you a tables test if possible. Email the result to me.
  • Maths-New Wave Mental Maths week 34. Be sure to do the problem solving and the Friday Review.
    Master Your Maths 4(available online cjfallon website) do pages 20 and 21 in your copy and week 8 test on pg 73.
  • In order to help during the Covid19 crisis, CJ Fallon is now providing FREE access to its online books until the end of this school term. This access applies to teachers, parents and students.
  • PE-Continue to practice your hurling and football skills. Remember all you need is a ball and a wall. Mind the windows! Try the bucket challenge ie. Kicking a ball in to a bucket/hoop.
  • Art-I want you all to find a stone. Paint and decorate it. It is a good idea to paint the stone white first so the colours will stand out. Please take photos and email them to me.
  • Religion/Ceol-Theme Reconciliation.

All work that needs to be done in a copy should be done in your copy labelled Home/School.

MR. MURPHY’S
Class Blog

Dia dhaoibh go léir a phaistí. This week in your English Reader you will read an extract from ‘ Under the Hawthorn Tree’ by Marita Conlon Mc Kenna. This novel is one of a trilogy all about life in Ireland in the nineteenth century. The other two books in the trilogy are ‘Wildflower Girl’ and ‘Fields of Home’. The novel has won many awards including the International Reading Association Award and the Reading Association of Ireland Award.

During this week I would like you to create a Time Capsule. Firstly I would like you to get a tin or a box which can be sealed. Label it ‘Time Capsule’.

‘Do not open until Christmas Day 2030’.

In this box I would like you to include some items

  • Newspaper headings
  • Food wrappers
  • Photographs
  • Shopping receipt
  • Each member of your family including you to write a few lines on their Covid19 experience.
  • Write a paragraph on what you think you will be like in 2030.
    • Will you be finished school?
    • Will you be in college or working?
    • Will you be involved in sport etc?

Have fun compiling your Time Capsule. You may have other ideas of your own on what to include. Ask an adult to store your box in a safe place for the future.

Stay Safe.

Le Meas,
Mr.R Murphy.

15TH – 19TH JUNE 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“Is maith an tanlann an tocras”= Hunger is great sauce.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over pages 38, 39 and 40 of Spréacha.
  • Irish-www.duolingo.com is a useful website for learning Gaeilge at home. It is worthwhile to download the app.
  • Spell Well-Fill in week 34 General Revision.
  • S.E.S.E-Geography & Science Unit 19
  • Written work page 112 A and B and pg114 A1-4 and C.
  • Continue to watch Home School Hub.
  • Read a newspaper. Discuss an article of interest to you with an adult.
  • English Reading-Let’s Go pages 206-213
  • English Writing-Let’s Go pages 214 C and D.
  • Treasury D pages 73 and 74.
  • Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Revise 10 and 11 times tables. Mix them up. Remember the rule when multiplying by 10, you simply add a zero. Ask an adult to give you a tables test if possible. Email the result to me.
  • Maths-New Wave Mental Maths week 35. Be sure to do the problem solving and the Friday Review.
    Master Your Maths 4(available online cjfallon website) do pages 22 and 23 in your copy and week 9 test on pg 74.
  • In order to help during the Covid19 crisis, CJ Fallon is now providing FREE access to its online books until the end of this school term. This access applies to teachers, parents and students.
  • PE-Continue to practice your hurling and football skills. Remember all you need is a ball and a wall. Mind the windows! Try the bucket challenge ie. Kicking a ball in to a bucket/hoop.
  • Religion/Ceol-

All work that needs to be done in a copy should be done in your copy labelled Home/School.

MR. MURPHY’S
Class Blog

Dia dhaoibh go léir a phaistí. This week in your English Reader you will read an extract called ‘Tyke to the Rescue’. This is a story of courage and endurance. I hope you will enjoy reading it.

The topic of light is examined in your Geography and Science textbook this week. If time allows why not try one of the experiments with the help of an adult.

Stay Safe.

Le Meas,
Mr.R Murphy.

22ND – 26TH JUNE 2020

MR. MURPHY’S
Class Blog

Dia dhaoibh go léir a phaistí. This is the final week of school work. The families who are part of our school book rental scheme are asked to return their book rentals to the school this week. A member of staff will be available to receive your books between 10am and 2pm on Monday 22nd, Tuesday 23rd and Wednesday 24th of June. Please place your books on the window ledges outside our classroom building. You are reminded to adhere to social distancing guidelines. Since you will not have any textbooks to work from this week I have included a series of worksheets for you to work on.

I wish you all a safe and enjoyable summer and we all look forward to our return to school in September. Bainigí taitneamh as na laethanta saoire.

Le Meas,
Mr.R Murphy.

Seesaw App – R Murphy & E Barry 3rd and 4th

The code for my class is FASL ARFM

Parents must download the app and enter that code under the student log in. 

MS. HENIHAN
4th and 5th Class
Email: mhenihan@croomns.ie

1ST – 5TH JUNE 2020

Gaeilge:
seanfhocail: “Ní bhíonn in aon rud ach seal”.  Nothing lasts forever. 

English:
Read at Home pg 111-114
*Encourage students to read while at home.

Feel free to post your opinion of any book you read at home on Seesaw.  Would you recommend this book?  Why/Why not?  Thanks to all for posting book recommendations. I have really enjoyed reading them.

4th: Let’s Go pg 196-202 “The Soup Kitchen”

Pg 214 C, D, E, F
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

5th: Racing Ahead pg 190-196 “The Red Cube”
pg 188 C, D, E, G
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

Maths:
Mental Maths:  Week 32

Remember to take a look at this week’s STEAM challenge over on Seesaw.  Design and build your own high rise building using match sticks, boxes, cardboard, lego, shoe boxes or any suitable materials you can find at home.  Bear in mind, that the steadier the base, the higher you will be able to build your high rise buildings.  A steady base has opposite equal sides.  Measure your length and width before building upwards.  Record these measurements and document in your homeschool copy or on seesaw.  I really look forward to seeing what you can come up. 

Geography:
Take a virtual tour of the Eiffel Tower.

https://www.toureiffel.paris/en/news/130-years/virtual-tour-eiffel-tower

Write 4 points in your home/school copy that you learned about the Eiffel Tower. 

 

Lots of additional activities in Maths, STEM, Art and Creative writing will be posted daily to SeeSaw.  These activities are interactive and will be corrected with feedback and comments along the way.  Make sure to download the app and log in to check them out!  Feel free to share any pictures or comments of work you have been up to at home.  I would love to see them!  Well done to all who have posted, I am blown away with the standard of work from the class and I really enjoy seeing your photos, watching your video clips and listening to your audio messages.

Ms. Henihan

8TH – 12TH JUNE 2020

Gaeilge:
seanfhocail: “Maireann croí éadrom i bhfad”. A light heart lives for a long time. Write into your home/school copy and draw a picture explaining this.

English:
Read at Home pg 115-119
*Encourage students to read while at home.
Feel free to post your opinion of any book you read at home on Seesaw. Would you recommend this book? Why/Why not? Thanks to all for posting book recommendations. I have really enjoyed reading them.

4th: Let’s Go pg 190-193 “The World of Primates”
Pg 194 B, C, D, E
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

5th: Racing Ahead pg 200-209 “The Dark Triangle”
pg 210 C, D, E, F
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

Maths:
Mental Maths: You should, by now, have completed the workbook. Please make sure any days/weeks you missed are gone back over.

Take a look at the STEAM challenge over on Seesaw to design and build your own high rise building using match sticks, boxes, cardboard, lego, shoe boxes or any suitable materials you can find at home. Bear in mind, that the steadier the base, the higher you will be able to build your high rise buildings. A steady base has opposite equal sides. Measure your length and width before building upwards. Record these measurements and document in your homeschool copy or on seesaw. I really look forward to seeing what you can come up.

Long multiplication:
https://www.mathsisfun.com/worksheets/long-multiplication.php
try a maths worksheet from the following site. You can chose easy to hard. I suggest 4th class aim at “getting tougher” and 5th try their hand at “intermediate” but feel free to challenge yourselves even further!

History:
Life in Ireland in the 19th Century
read pg 78-82
Pg 83 A, B

Lots of additional activities in Maths, STEM, Art and Creative writing will be posted daily to SeeSaw. These activities are interactive and will be corrected with feedback and comments along the way. Make sure to download the app and log in to check them out! Feel free to share any pictures or comments of work you have been up to at home. I would love to see them! Well done to all who have posted, I am blown away with the standard of work from the class and I really enjoy seeing your photos, watching your video clips and listening to your audio messages.
Ms. Henihan

15TH – 19TH JUNE 2020

Gaeilge:
seanfhocail: “Is maith an tanlann an tocras”. Hunger is the best sauce! Write into your home/school copy and draw a picture explaining this.

English:
DEAR time (aim for 15minutes per day)
*Encourage students to read while at home.
Feel free to post your opinion of any book you read at home on Seesaw. Would you recommend this book? Why/Why not? Thanks to all for posting book recommendations. I have really enjoyed reading them.

4th: Let’s Go pg 166-169 “Monsters”
Pg 194 B, C, D, E
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

5th: Racing Ahead pg 212-215 “The Bermuda Triangle”
pg 210 B, C, D, E
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

Maths:
Mental Maths: You should, by now, have completed the workbook. Please make sure any days/weeks you missed are gone back over.

Long division:
https://www.mathsisfun.com/worksheets/long-division.php
4th class should be on “getting tougher” and 5th should be on “intermediate” but feel free to challenge yourselves even further!

Tour:
As you know our school was due to take place next Thursday 18th June. I am so disappointed this isn’t going ahead but I am thinking of you all and wanted to post some sites that run virtual tours. Feel free to browse if any of these are of interest to you.

https://president.ie/en/explore-visit/interactive-tour

https://www.nationalgallery.ie/virtual-tour

https://www.glasnevinmuseum.ie/interactive_museum_exhibition/

 

Lots of additional activities in Maths, STEM, Art and Creative writing will be posted daily to SeeSaw. These activities are interactive and will be corrected with feedback and comments along the way. Make sure to download the app and log in to check them out! Feel free to share any pictures or comments of work you have been up to at home. I would love to see them! Well done to all who have posted, I am blown away with the standard of work from the class and I really enjoy seeing your photos, watching your video clips and listening to your audio messages.
Ms. Henihan

Seesaw App – Ms. Henihan

The code for my class is GPEO XQWD

Parents must download the app and enter that code under the student log in. 

MR. MALONE
6th Class
Email: jmalone@croomns.ie

1ST – 5TH JUNE 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal – ‘Ní hé lá na gaoithe lá na scolb’ : A windy day is not a day for thatching.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of the seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading: Read ‘Unit 16: Cuairt ar an Meánscoil (Click link to view) – TRY TRANSLATE TO ENGLISH ORALLY
  • Gníomhaíochtaí (Click link to view): Revise the first 28 gníomhaíochtaí in the first column (pg129).
  • Group 6 Spellings Sheet (Click link to view). WEEK 31 (Learn the spellings and put each word into a sentence)
  • SESE – HISTORY: Read the Maoris extract and complete the exercises. (Also write out your own 10 facts). Pages 32 – 33 (Click link to view)
    Video:
  • SESE – Geography (Just Maps 6th Class Book): Project 22: Asia and Project 23: World Puzzles (Pages 46 – 49) *Use an atlas, google and google maps to help with these exercises.
  • Encourage as much library reading as possible.
  • English Reading – Hello Universe pg 140 – 143 (Mother)
    English Writing – Hello Universe Page 144 – 145 (Tale and Detail, Undercover Work and Word Wizardry)
    *Use your dictionary/ google to look up the meaning of difficult words.
  • Produce a Project based on The Maoris (Click link to view)
  • Maths: Mathematic: Complete Chapter 37 Data 2, Chapter 38 Capacity and Chapter 39 Mental Strategies 3.
    New Wave Mental Maths- Fill in Week 35
  • Religion: Islam Power Points: Write out 10 facts based on the PPs and Video.
  • Essay: Write a review on a film or tv series you have watched recently.
  • Art: VIDEO: Step by Step Drawing Emperor Penguin: Click link to view
  • PE:

*All work that needs to be done in a copy should be done in a new copy labelled “Home/School”.

STUDENT PASSPORTS

8TH – 12TH JUNE 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal – ‘Maireann croí éadrom I bhfad’ – A light heart lives long.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of the seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading: Read ‘Unit 17: Cait agus Madraí (Click link to view) – TRY TRANSLATE TO ENGLISH ORALLY
  • Gníomhaíochtaí (Click link to view): Revise the last 28 gníomhaíochtaí in the first column (pg129).
  • Group 6 Spellings Sheet (Click link to view). WEEK 32 (Learn the spellings and put each word into a sentence)
  • SESE – Geography (Just Maps 6th Class Book): Project 24: Flags and Soccer and Project 25: World Volcanoes (Pages 50 – 53) *Use an atlas, google and google maps to help with these exercises.
  • SESE – SCIENCE: Read the Light extract and complete the exercises. (Also write out your own 10 facts). Pages 70 – 71 (Click link to view)
    Video:
  • Encourage as much library reading as possible.
  • English Reading – Hello Universe pg 146 – 153 (The Visitor)
    English Writing – Hello Universe Page 154 – 155 (Tale and Detail, Undercover Work and Word Wizardry)
    *Use your dictionary/ google to look up the meaning of difficult words.
  • Continue working on your project based on the Maoris.
  • Maths: Mathematic: Complete Chapter 40 Chance and Chapter 41 Equations
    New Wave Mental Maths- Fill in Week 36
  • Religion: Islam Power Points: Write out 10 different facts from last week based on the PPs and Video.
    Watch the Information Video:
  • Essay: Write a review on a book or story you have read recently.
  • Art: Step by step drawing Hawk: Click link to view
  • PE:

*All work that needs to be done in a copy should be done in a new copy labelled “Home/School”.

15TH – 19TH JUNE 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal – ‘Is fear rith maith ná drochsheasamh’ : He who runs away lives to fight another day.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of the seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading: Read ‘Unit 18: An Gadaí Gránna (Click link to view) – TRY TRANSLATE TO ENGLISH ORALLY
  • Gníomhaíochtaí (Click link to view): Revise the first 28 gníomhaíochtaí in the second column (pg129).
  • Group 6 Spellings Sheet (Click link to view). WEEK 33 (Learn the spellings and put each word into a sentence)
  • SESE – HISTORY: Read the Renaissance extract and complete the exercises. (Also write out your own 10 facts from either the text or the videos). Pages 60 – 61 (Click link to view)
  • SESE – Geography (Just Maps 6th Class Book): Complete Quiz 1 – 3 (Page 54 – 56) *Use an atlas, google and google maps to help with these exercises.
  • Encourage as much library reading as possible.
  • English Reading – Hello Universe pg 156 – 165 (A Lesson in Reading)
    English Writing – Hello Universe Page 166 – 167 (Tale and Detail, Undercover Work and Word Wizardry) *Use your dictionary/ google to look up the meaning of difficult words.
  • Produce a Project based on The Renaissance
  • Maths: Mathematic: Complete Chapter 42 Maths Trail, Chapter 43 Puzzles 3 and Chapter 44 Puzzles 4.
    New Wave Mental Maths- Fill in Week 35
  • Religion: Sikhism Power Points: Write out 10 facts based on the PPs and Video.
    Watch the Information Video:
  • Essay: Write about the favourite times you had while you were attending Primary School
  • Art: VIDEO: Step by Step Drawing Lizard:

*All work that needs to be done in a copy should be done in a new copy labelled “Home/School”.

Reminder: Graduation Mass on Saturday 20th at 7pm.

Graduation art activity

22ND – 26TH JUNE 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal – ‘Is maith an tanlann an tocras’ – Hunger is the best sauce.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of the seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading: Read ‘Unit 19: Lá na Feirme (Click link to view) – TRY TRANSLATE TO ENGLISH ORALLY
  • Gníomhaíochtaí (Click link to view): Revise the last 28 gníomhaíochtaí in the second column (pg129).
  • Group 6 Spellings Sheet (Click link to view). WEEK 34 (Learn the spellings and put each word into a sentence)
  • SESE – Geography (Just Maps 6th Class Book): Finish Quiz 1 – 3 Pages 54 – 56 *Use an atlas, google and google maps to help with these exercises.
  • SESE – Science: Read the Munch ride extract and complete the exercises. (Also write out your own 10 facts from the text or the videos). Pages 10 – 11 (Click link to view)
  • Encourage as much library reading as possible.
  • English Reading – Hello Universe pg 168 – 173 (A Great Law of Human Action)
    English Writing – Hello Universe Page 174 – 175 (Tale and Detail, Undercover Work and Word Wizardry)
    *Use your dictionary/ google to look up the meaning of difficult words.
  • Continue working on your project based on the Renaissance.
  • Maths: Mathematic: Complete Chapter 45 Look Back
    New Wave Mental Maths- Fill in Week 36
  • Religion: Sikhism Power Points: Write out 10 different facts from last week based on the PPs and Video.
    Watch the Information Video:
  • Essay: Write about your aims and expectations in relation to starting secondary school
  • Art: Step by step drawing Orangutan:

*All work that needs to be done in a copy should be done in a new copy labelled “Home/School”.

Seesaw App – Mr. Malone

The code for my class is WCMA MUPS

Parents must download the app and enter that code under the student log in. 

MS. NASH
Seomra Shannon
Email: snash@croomns.ie

1ST – 5TH JUNE 2020

K.K

Racing Ahead

Read p. 218-228

 p. 230

C 1-6

p.231 G

Mental Maths

Continue each day as normal

Mathemagic

See work as outlined by Ms. Henihan

Spell Well

Complete next unit

Learn first 12 spellings

Ask a parent to text these spellings for Friday test

Handwriting

One page

SeeSaw Online

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

 

F.H

Mental Maths

Continue 1-10 or 11-20 each day

Spell Well

Complete next unit

Spellings

Next week in spelling book

Handwriting

One page per week        

Tables

Revise 4 division

Wild Explorers

Read one page a day

Small World

 

 

 

 

 

History: Unit  3 food and Farming

Read and complete accompanying activity in scrap book

SeeSaw Online

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

 

L.M

Tables Champion

Continue as normal

Spell Well

Complete next unit

Spellings

Revise word box

Fun at the Circus

Read one page a day

Handwriting

One page 

Tables

Revise 4 division

Small World

History : Unit 3 Food and Farming

Read and complete accompanying activity in scrap book

SeeSaw Online

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

 

J.N

Literacy

Up and Running https://my.cjfallon.ie/preview/index/2694/11

Read p. 64-69

Complete p. 70 C 1-5

 E 1-6

p.71 G 1-6

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

Numeracy

Master your Maths

https://my.cjfallon.ie/preview/index/20358/18

Complete Week 13

SeeSaw Online

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

 

E.O.R

Please see Ms. Cagney’s outline of work.

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

For extra ideas please see the Padlet link posted above.

 

N.L

Please see Ms. O’Loughlin’s outline of work.

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

For extra ideas please see the Padlet link posted above.

8TH – 12TH JUNE 2020

K.K

Racing Ahead

Read p. 232-335

 p. 236

C 1-6

E 1-8

p.237 G 1-6

Mental Maths

Continue each day as normal

Mathemagic

See work as outlined by Ms. Henihan

Spell Well

Complete next unit

Learn first 12 spellings

Ask a parent to text these spellings for Friday test

Handwriting

One page

SeeSaw Online

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

 

F.H

Mental Maths

Continue 1-10 or 11-20 each day

Spell Well

Complete next unit

Spellings

Next week in spelling book

Handwriting

One page per week        

Tables

Revise 5 division

Wild Explorers

Read one page a day

Small World

 

 

 

 

 

Geography and Science: Unit: Unit 8 Ireland- People and Places

Read and complete accompanying activity in scrap book

SeeSaw Online

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

 

L.M

Tables Champion

Continue as normal

Spell Well

Complete next unit

Spellings

Revise word box

Fun at the Circus

Read one page a day

Handwriting

One page 

Tables

Revise 5 division

Small World

Geography and Science : Unit 8 Ireland- People and Places

Read and complete accompanying activity in scrap book

SeeSaw Online

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

 

J.N

Literacy

Up and Running https://my.cjfallon.ie/preview/index/2694/11

Read p. 72-75

Complete p. 76 B 1-8

 

p.77 F 1 or 2

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

Numeracy

Master your Maths

https://my.cjfallon.ie/preview/index/20358/18

Complete Week 14

SeeSaw Online

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

 

E.O.R

Please see Ms. Cagney’s outline of work.

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

For extra ideas please see the Padlet link posted above.

 

N.L

Please see Ms. O’Loughlin’s outline of work.

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

For extra ideas please see the Padlet link posted above.

15TH – 19TH JUNE 2020

K.K

Racing Ahead

Read p. 238-241

 p. 242

B 1-6

C 1-6

p.243 G

Mental Maths

Continue each day as normal

Mathemagic

See work as outlined by Ms. Henihan

Spell Well

Complete next unit

Learn first 12 spellings

Ask a parent to text these spellings for Friday test

Handwriting

One page

SeeSaw Online

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

 

F.H

Mental Maths

Continue 1-10 or 11-20 each day

Spell Well

Complete next unit

Spellings

Next week in spelling book

Handwriting

One page per week        

Tables

Revise 6 division

Wild Explorers

Read one page a day

Small World

 

 

 

 

 

History : Unit: 12 Princess Hase of Japan

Read and complete accompanying activity in scrap book

SeeSaw Online

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

 

L.M

Tables Champion

Continue as normal

Spell Well

Complete next unit

Spellings

Revise word box

Fun at the Circus

Read one page a day

Handwriting

One page 

Tables

Revise 5 division

Small World

History : Unit : 12 Princess Hase of Japan

Read and complete accompanying activity in scrap book

SeeSaw Online

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

 

J.N

Literacy

Up and Running https://my.cjfallon.ie/preview/index/2694/11

Read p. 78-86

Complete p. 88 C 1-6

 

p.89 F 1-6

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

Numeracy

Master your Maths

https://my.cjfallon.ie/preview/index/20358/18

Complete Week 15

SeeSaw Online

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

 

E.O.R

Please see Ms. Cagney’s outline of work.

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

For extra ideas please see the Padlet link posted above.

 

N.L

Please see Ms. O’Loughlin’s outline of work.

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Please send a photo of any completed to my email for feedback 😊

For extra ideas please see the Padlet link posted above.

22ND – 26TH JUNE 2020

Monday

Virtual School Tour :

Take a look around Houston Zoo

 

https://www.houstonzoo.org/explore/webcams/

 

Choose one animal you see and find out 5 interesting facts.

Tuesday

Practice some typing

https://www.typingclub.com/sportal/program-3.game

Wednesday

Write a story, choose any topics you like 😊 Make sure you hve interesting characters and settings 😊

 ( you might want to share it during the zoom call)

Thursday

Zoom Call at 11am

Friday

Spell your name PE

https://padlet.com/snash33/tldpqggw2fjg

 

Daily activities posted on Seomra Shannon SeeSaw 😊

Zoom details will be emailed. Please email snash@croomns.ie if I have not made contact.

For extra ideas please see the Padlet link posted above.

Seesaw App – Ms. Nash

The code for my class is ZOXU EEJG

Parents must download the app and enter that code under the student log in. 

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