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Homework/Assignments for May 2020

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

5TH – 8TH MAY 2020

Phonics:

  • Jolly Phonics Sound: ue (sounds and videos available on YouTube)
  • Tricky Words: who, which, any
  • Sounds Make Words page 73
  • Sounds Make Words page 74

Handwriting:

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

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 108 – Addition
  • Busy at Maths page 109 – Addition
  • Busy at Maths Homework Book – page 36

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 “An Scoil”

SESE:

  • Small World page 51 – Magnets
  • Small World page 52 – Old/ Modern

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

11TH – 15TH MAY 2020

Phonics:

  • Jolly Phonics Sound: er (sounds and videos available on YouTube)
  • Tricky Words: many, more, before
  • Sounds Make Words page 75
  • Sounds Make Words page 76

Handwriting:

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

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 113 – Money
  • Busy at Maths page 114 – Money
  • Busy at Maths Homework Book – page 37

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 “An Scoil”

SESE:

  • Small World page 53 – Flowers
  • Small World page 54 – Playtime

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

18TH – 22ND MAY 2020

Phonics:

  • Jolly Phonics Sound: ar (sounds and videos available on YouTube)
  • Tricky Words: other, were, because
  • Sounds Make Words page 77
  • Sounds Make Words page 78

Handwriting:

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

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 115 – Money
  • Busy at Maths page 116 – Money

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 “Bia”

SESE:

  • Small World page 55 – Life Cycle
  • Small World page 56 – Ladybird

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

25TH – 29TH MAY 2020

Phonics:

  • Jolly Phonics: Revise sounds (sounds and videos available on YouTube)
  • Tricky Words: want, saw, put
  • Sounds Make Words page 79
  • Sounds Make Words page 80

Handwriting:

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

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 117 – Money
  • Busy at Maths page 118 – Money
  • Busy at Maths Homework Book page 38

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 “Bia”

SESE:

  • Small World page 57 – Eggs
  • Small World page 58 – Living/ Non Living

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

5TH – 8TH MAY 2020

Phonics:

  • Sounds Make Words page 68
  • Sounds Make Words page 69

Spellings:

Deer     Feet
Jeer      Seed
Seek     Weed
Feel      Week
Heel     Meet
Peel      Day

  • Complete spellings test on Friday

Handwriting:

  • Handwriting Copy – 2 pages

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 97 – Time
  • Busy at Maths page 98 – Time
  • Busy at Maths page 99 – Time
  • Master Your Maths page 54
  • Master Your Maths page 55
  • Master Your Maths page 90 (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 “Mé Féin”

SESE:

  • Small World page 51 – Magnets Small World page 52 – Old/ Modern

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

11TH – 15TH MAY 2020

Phonics:

  • Sounds Make Words page 70
  • Sounds Make Words page 71

Spellings: Revision of previous spellings

Sad           Hit
The           Was
Cap           Sip
Jar            Job
Den           Dog
Did            Good

Complete spellings test on Friday

Handwriting:

  • Handwriting Copy – 2 pages

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 104 – Money
  • Busy at Maths page 105 – Money
  • Busy at Maths page 106 – Money
  • Master Your Maths page 56
  • Master Your Maths page 57
  • Master Your Maths page 91 (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 “An Scoil”

SESE:

  • Small World page 53 – Flowers
  • Small World page 54 – Playtime

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

18TH – 22ND MAY 2020

Phonics:

  • Sounds Make Words page 72
  • Sounds Make Words page 73

Spellings: Revision of previous spellings

Man                Pit
Had                Be
She                 Me
His                 Rod
You                With
Will               Gave

  • Complete spellings test on Friday

Handwriting:

  • Handwriting Copy – 2 pages

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 107 – Money
  • Busy at Maths page 108 – Money
  • Busy at Maths page 109 – Money
  • Master Your Maths page 58
  • Master Your Maths page 59
  • Master Your Maths page 92 (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 “Bia”

SESE:

  • Small World page 55 – Life Cycle
  • Small World page 56 – Ladybird

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

25TH – 29TH MAY 2020

Phonics:

  • Sounds Make Words page 74
  • Sounds Make Words page 75

Spellings: Revision of previous spellings

In                    Tin
He                   Was
Ham               Lip
And                Sob
Red                Nod
Pig                  Fog
Complete spellings test on Friday

Handwriting:

  • Handwriting Copy – 2 pages

Reading:

Maths:

  • Busy at Maths page 122 – Money
  • Busy at Maths page 123 – Money
  • Busy at Maths page 124 – Money
  • Master Your Maths page 60
  • Master Your Maths page 61
  • Master Your Maths page 93 (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 “Bia”

SESE:

  • Small World page 57 – Eggs
  • Small World page 58 – Living/ Non Living

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

5TH – 8TH MAY 2020

Spellings:

Hen Ten Fed
Men Pen Too
Den Len She

11TH – 15TH MAY 2020

Spellings:

Dig Gig Wig Eat
Rig Big Fig Full
Pig Jig Zig Long

18TH – 22ND MAY 2020

  • Phonics – (See Jolly Phonics Link below)
  • Spellings – ‘og’ words
  • Small World – Pg. 84 & 85 Summer
  • Burgers Book of Sounds – Page 94 & 95
  • Busy at Maths – Page 122-124 Money
  • P.E – GoNoodle (App)
  • Grow in Love – This book should now be completed: Revise the ‘Glory Be to the Father’ 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:

Dog Hog Cog See
Fog Jog Frog Was
Log Sog Flog Why

25TH – 29TH MAY 2020

  • Phonics: (See Jolly Phonics Link below)
  • Spellings: ‘ug’ words
  • Small World: Pg. 86 & 87
  • Burgers Book of Sounds: Page 96
  • P.E: GoNoodle (App)
  • 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 ‘Morning 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:

Bug Dug Lug He
Hug Mug Pug She
Rug Jug Need Is

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

5TH – 8TH MAY 2020

  • Reader – Pg. 60-63
  • Novel – Revise Chapter 4
  • Master your Maths – This book should now be finished complete any page/tests that you might have missed.
  • Skills Book F – Page 46-49
  • Small World – Page 80& 81
  • Busy at Maths – Page 155-157
  • Maths – Revise money on seesaw
  • Grow in Love – Page 62 & 63 Seasonal Lesson for May

Spellings:

Skin Quad Less
Skip Quill Life
Skate Quiz Miss
Skill Quilt Seem

11TH – 15TH MAY 2020

  • Reader – Pg. 64 and revision
  • Novel – Revise Chapter 5
  • Master your Maths – This book should now be finished complete any page/tests that you might have missed.
  • Skills Book F – Page 50-54
  • Small World – Page 82 & 83
  • Busy at Maths – Page 158-161
  • Maths – Revise the months on seesaw
  • Grow in Love – Page 56 & 57

Spellings:

The There This Class
Then These Those Home
They Than Other Were
Them That Mother Your

18TH – 22ND MAY 2020

  • Reader – Revise this reader: Quiz will be uploaded on seesaw
  • Skills Book F – Page 55-58
  • Small World – Page 84 & 85 ‘Summer’
  • Busy at Maths – Page 162 & 163 (Carry out the maths trail in your home instead of in your classroom if possible)
  • Grow in Love – This book should now be completed: Revise the ‘Glory Be to the Father’ 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.

Spellings:

Thaw Three Both Came
Thin Thick Path Corn
Thud Third Math Lead
Thank Think With Loud

25TH – 29TH MAY 2020

  • Feena’s First Book of Facts: Pg. 1-10 (Details on Seesaw)
  • Skills Book F: Page 59-62
  • Small World: Page 86 & 87
  • Busy at Maths: Page 164
  • Grow in Love: This book should now be completed: Revise the ‘Morning 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.

Spellings:

Bee Deep Fleet Never
Fee Jeep Bleed Often
Agree Sheep Steel Rope
Free Green Street Tied

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

5TH – 8TH MAY 2020

  • Busy at Maths pgs 145-149
  • Master your Maths pgs 64&65
  • -4 tables
  • Read at Home pgs 115-118
  • Spell Well pgs 66&67
  • Skills Book H pgs 40-44
  • Start reading story ‘Winchilla’s new Spell’ pg 41 in the book ‘A Surprise for Feena’.
  • Handwriting: Continue with book or copy
  • Cairde le Chéile pgs 57&58
  • Practice tin whistle
  • Small World pgs 78&79
  • Project: On chart paper or any big piece of paper do a short project on Italy. You can write short paragraphs/draw pictures about the foods they eat, traditions they have etc.
  • Free Writing copy: each day you could write 7/8 lines about any topic e.g. my favourite television programme, my cousins etc.

Make sure to download the seesaw app as I will posting activities each day. Hope everyone is keeping well and staying safe!

11TH – 15TH MAY 2020

  • Busy at Maths pgs 150-153
  • Master your Maths pgs 66&67
    -5 tables
  • Read at Home pgs 119&120
  • Spell Well pgs 68&69
  • Skills Book H pgs 45-48
  • Continue reading story ‘Winchilla’s New Spell’ pg 41 in the book ‘A Surprise for Feena’.
  • Handwriting: Continue with book or copy
  • Revise prayers: The Confiteor, The Act of Sorrow
  • Cairde le Chéile pgs 59&60
  • Practice tin whistle
  • Small World pgs 80-82
  • Project: Life cycle of a butterfly. Write and draw pictures about the life cycle of the butterfly on a large piece of paper.
  • Free writing copy: Write 7/8 lines each day on any topic you choose e.g. the summer, the beach etc.

There is no homework this Monday due to the fact that the Communion should have taken place on Saturday. We will look forward to celebrating this special day in the new school year. I will be posting up activities on SeeSaw each day. Hope everyone is keeping well.

18TH – 22ND MAY 2020

  • Busy at Maths pgs 154-157
  • Master your Maths pgs 68&69
  • -6 tables
  • Spell Well pgs 70&71
  • Skills Book H pgs 49-53
  • Continue with story ‘Winchilla’s new spell’.
  • Handwriting: Continue with book or copy
  • Learn ‘The prayer for Forgiveness’ (link to prayers found below)
  • Cairde le Chéile pgs 61&62
  • Practice tin whistle
  • Small World pg 83
  • Free writing copy: Write 7/8 lines each day on any topic you choose. I have posted up writing ideas on the seesaw app.
  • Project: Summer. Write and draw pictures about Summer on a large piece of paper. 

Each day I will be posting up activities on the seesaw app. Hope everyone is keeping well.

25TH – 29TH MAY 2020

  • Busy at Maths pgs 158&159
  • Master your Maths: Continue on with next four pages
  • -7 tables
  • Spell Well pgs 72&73
  • Skills Book H pgs 54-57
  • Revise the story ‘A Surprise for Feena’. Please find questions relating to this story by clicking here.
  • Poem: ‘A recipe for Happiness’ pg 62 in the book ‘A surprise for Feena’. Please find questions on attached file relating to the poem.
  • Handwriting: Continue with book or copy
  • Cairde le Chéile pg 63
  • Practice tin whistle
  • Small World pgs 84&85
  • Free Writing copy: Write 7/8 lines each day on a topic of your choice. I have a few titles posted on the seesaw app.
  • Learn ‘Prayer after Forgiveness’. Please find prayer in the link below.

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

First Communion Prayers for 2nd Class

Seesaw App – Ms. O’ Loughlin

The code for my class is UXAR NIOV

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

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

5TH – 8TH MAY 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“An rud is annamh is iontach”.
    What is seldom is wonderful.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over pages 18,19 and 20 of Spréacha.
  • Irish-www.duolingo.com is a useful website for learning Gaeilge at home. Perhaps you might like to download the app.
  • Spell Well-Revise spellings on weeks 27 and 28.
  • S.E.S.E-Geography and Science. Read pages 98 and 99. Draw the Solar System in your copy. Consider making a poster of the Solar System or even making a model of it.
  • Read some of the interesting books in your house.
  • English Reading-Treasury C pg 64.
  • English Writing-Treasury C pg 61 nouns(naming words) pg 62 riddles pg 65 A, B and C.
    Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Learn 12 times tables.
  • Maths-Mathemagic 3 pages 139 and 140.
    Master Your Maths 3(available online cjfallon website) do pages 10 and 11 in your copy and week 3 test on pg 68.
  • 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!
  • Religion-May is the month of Our Lady. Talk to an adult about Mary the mother of Jesus. Perhaps you might make a May altar in your home.

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 a pháistí. We welcome the month of May (Bealtaine) the first month of the season of summer. The Celts celebrated the start of summer with the Celtic festival of Bealtaine. A lot of our old Irish May Day customs have their origins in the Celtic festival. I hope you will enjoy learning about the Solar System this week. Due to the ever rotating Earth and the positioning of the sun we change seasons every three months. Perhaps you could do some research on our Solar System and/or the Celtic Festival of Bealtaine. In Christian times we have a great tradition of visiting Holy Wells. May is the month of Our Lady. Perhaps you might like to record some of your research in your Home/school copy.
Be on the lookout for the swallows(forked tail) which have recently arrived in Ireland.

Above all learn your multiplication tables.

Le Meas,
Mr. R. Murphy.

11TH – 15TH MAY 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“Is minic a bhris béal duine a shrón”.
    A persons mouth often broke their nose.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over pages 22,23 and 24 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 29 and learn spellings.
  • S.E.S.E-History. Read Unit 16. Written work pg 83 A and B.
  • Read some of the interesting books in your house.
  • English Reading-Read at Home week 28. Get Set pages 152-157.
  • English Writing-Get Set pg 158 C,D and E
    Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Revise 2 and 3 times tables. Mix them up. Get an adult to give you a tables test if possible.
  • Maths-Mathemagic 3 pages 141, 142 and 143.
    Master Your Maths 3(available online cjfallon website) do pages 12 and 13 in your copy and week 4 test on pg 69.
  • 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!
  • Ceol-Google the song ‘Queen of the May’.

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. I hope you are continuing to watch RTE Home School Hub each day at 11am. and writing a few sentences about what you are learning/enjoying in your copy. This week you are about to read in your English Reader a wonderful legend called Oisín. Oisín as we know was the son of the great Fionn Mac Cumhaill the leader of the Fianna. Reading this extract might spark in you an interest in the many adventures of Fionn and Oisín some of which we have read in class. Just like we are reading about the everyday life of Fionn and Oisín, our descendants will be reading about life during the Covid19 pandemic. For this reason I am placing emphasis on keeping your Home/School copy neat and tidy as it will be a historical document for your family in the future.

Le Meas,
Mr. R. Murphy.

18TH – 22ND MAY 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“Bíonn dhá insint ar gach scéal”.
    There are two tellings/sides to every story.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over pages 25, 26 and 27 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 30 and learn spellings.
  • S.E.S.E-Geography. Read Unit 17 The Sun. Written work-pg 104 activities A, B and C.
  • Read some of the interesting books in your house.
  • English Reading-Read at Home week 29.
    Treasury C pg 70
  • English Writing-Treasury C pgs 71, 72 and 73.
    Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Revise 4 and 5 times tables. Mix them up. Ask an adult to give you a tables test if possible.
  • Maths-Mathemagic 3 pages 146 and 147.
    Master Your Maths 3(available online cjfallon website) do pages 14 and 15 in your copy and week 5 test on pg 70.
  • 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!
  • Religion-follow the link

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. It is hard to believe that it is more than nine weeks since we last met. A lot has happened since. Earlier this year we learned how to write a letter as an English writing lesson. This week I want you to consider writing an email to me. Invite a parent to help you. I would love to hear how you are getting on with your school work. Did you discover the duolingo app for learning Gaeilge? Are you learning your tables? Do you enjoy the RTE Home/School Hub? Have you read an interesting book?

Families all over the country have being enjoying the fine weather in various ways. You might want to tell me how you spend your free time. Perhaps you have built/made something in your back garden/kitchen/bedroom. Maybe you have a funny story to tell. If you like you can tell me about it. My email address is rmurphy@croomns.ie.

Le Meas,
Mr. R. Murphy.

25TH – 29TH MAY 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“Ní bhíonn in aon rud ach seal”.
    There is only a short while in anything/Nothing lasts forever.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over pages 28, 29 and 30 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 31 and learn spellings.
  • S.E.S.E-History Unit 17 My School. Written work page 87 A and B.
  • Read some of the interesting books in your house.
  • English Reading-Read at Home week 30.
    Get Set pages 160 and 161
  • English Writing-Get Set page 162 B 1-10 and page 163 D and E.
    Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Revise 6 and 7 times tables. Mix them up. Ask an adult to give you a tables test if possible.
  • Maths-Mathemagic 3 pages 149 and 150.
    Master Your Maths 3(available online cjfallon website) do pages 16 and 17 in your copy and week 6 test on pg 71.
  • 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!
  • Religion-follow the link

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 a factual piece of information about hurling as a sport in your English Reader. You may be inspired to do a small project on Limerick Hurling/The GAA/Your Favourite Player/Craft of Hurley Making.

I have been most impressed by the emails I have received recently. I know that you are working really hard at home. Continue to feel free to email me some samples of your work. Be kind to your parents and help them with the household chores. They have been very supportive of you during this time. Continue to enjoy your leisure time as well.

Stay Safe.

Le Meas,
Mr. R. Murphy.

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

The code for my class is RZLP LOLP

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

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

5TH – 8TH MAY 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“An rud is annamh is iontach”.
    What is seldom is wonderful.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over pages 18,19 and 20 of Spréacha.
  • Irish-www.duolingo.com is a useful website for learning Gaeilge at home. Perhaps you might like to download the app.
  • Spell Well-Revise spellings on weeks 27 and 28.
  • S.E.S.E-Geography and Science. Read pages 98 and 99. Draw the Solar System in your copy. Consider making a poster of the Solar System or even making a model of it.
  • Read some of the interesting books in your house.
  • English-Treasury D pg 61 Adjectives(describing words) pg 62 and 63 Using Words.
    Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Learn 12 times tables
  • Maths-New Wave Mental Maths week 29. Be sure to do the problem solving and the Friday Review.
    Master Your Maths 4(available online cjfallon website) do pages 10 and 11 in your copy and week 3 test on pg 68.
  • 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!
  • Religion-May is the month of Our Lady. Talk to an adult about Mary the mother of Jesus. Perhaps you might make a May altar in your home.

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 a pháistí. We welcome the month of May (Bealtaine) the first month of the season of summer. The Celts celebrated the start of summer with the Celtic festival of Bealtaine. A lot of our old Irish May Day customs have their origins in the Celtic festival. I hope you will enjoy learning about the Solar System this week. Due to the ever rotating Earth and the positioning of the sun we change seasons every three months. Perhaps you could do some research on our Solar System and/or the Celtic Festival of Bealtaine. In Christian times we have a great tradition of visiting Holy Wells. May is the month of Our Lady. Perhaps you might like to record some of your research in your Home/school copy.

Be on the lookout for the swallows (forked tail) which have recently arrived in Ireland.

Above all learn your multiplication tables.

Le Meas,
Mr. R. Murphy.

11TH – 15TH MAY 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“Is minic a bhris béal duine a shrón”.
    A persons mouth often broke their nose.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over pages 22,23 and 24 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 29 and learn spellings.
  • S.E.S.E-History. Read Unit 16. Written work pg 83 A and B.
  • Read some of the interesting books in your house.
  • English Reading-Let’s Go pgs 158-163
  • English Writing-Let’s Go pgs 164 C and D.
  • Learn poem ‘Spells’ on pg 155 of Let’s Go.
    Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Revise 2 and 3 times tables. . Mix them up. Get an adult to give you a tables test if possible.
  • Maths-New Wave Mental Maths week 30. Be sure to do the problem solving and the Friday Review.
    Master Your Maths 4(available online cjfallon website) do pages 12 and 13 in your copy and week 4 test on pg 69.
  • 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!
  • Ceol-Google the song ‘Queen of the May’.

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 pháistí. I hope you are continuing to watch RTE Home School Hub each day at 11am. and writing a few sentences about what you are learning/enjoying in your copy. This week you are about to read in your English Reader an extract called ‘It’s a Monster’ by Dick King Smith. In this extract Kirstie and Angus discover the mythical kelpie and take good care of it. You might like to write a piece entitled ‘A Day in the Life of My Pet’. Another book by Dick King Smith that explores the topic of pets is called ‘The Sheep-Pig’. This was famously made in to a film called Babe in 1995. You may have seen this on TV during Christmas time.

When completing written homework continue to keep your Home/School copy neat and tidy. This copy will be a historical document for your family in years to come.

Le Meas,
Mr. R. Murphy.

18TH – 22ND MAY 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“Bíonn dhá insint ar gach scéal”.
    There are two tellings/sides to every story.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over pages 25, 26 and 27 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 30 and learn spellings.
  • S.E.S.E-Geography. Read Unit 17 The Sun. Written work-pg 104 activities A, B and C.
  • Read some of the interesting books in your house.
  • English Reading-Treasury D pg 64 and 68.
  • English Writing-Treasury D pgs 65, 66 and 67.
    Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Revise 4 and 5 times tables. . Mix them up. Ask an adult to give you a tables test if possible.
  • Maths-New Wave Mental Maths week 31. Be sure to do the problem solving and the Friday Review.
    Master Your Maths 4(available online cjfallon website) do pages 14 and 15 in your copy and week 5 test on pg 70.
  • 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!
  • Religion-follow the link

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. It is hard to believe that it is more than nine weeks since we last met. A lot has happened since. Earlier this year we learned how to write a letter as an English writing lesson. This week I want you to consider writing an email to me. Invite a parent to help you. I would love to hear how you are getting on with your school work. Did you discover the duolingo app for learning Gaeilge? Are you learning your tables? Do you enjoy the RTE Home/School Hub? Have you read an interesting book?

Families all over the country have being enjoying the fine weather in various ways. You might want to tell me how you spend your free time. Perhaps you have built/made something in your back garden/kitchen/bedroom. Maybe you have a funny story to tell. If you like you can tell me about it. My email address is rmurphy@croomns.ie.

Le Meas,
Mr. R. Murphy.

25TH – 29TH MAY 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal-“Ní bhíonn in aon rud ach seal”.
    There is only a short while in anything/Nothing lasts forever.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading-Read back over pages 28, 29 and 30 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 31 and learn spellings.
  • S.E.S.E-History Unit 17 My School. Written work page 87 A and B.
  • Read some of the interesting books in your house.
  • English Reading-Read at Home Week 30
    Let’s Go pages 172-178
  • English Writing-Let’s Go pages 180 and 181 C,D,E, F and G.
  • Poetry-Learn poem “From a Railway Carriage” on page 179 by Robert Louis Stevenson.
    Use your dictionary to look up the meaning of words which you may find difficult.
  • Revise 6 and 7 times tables. . Mix them up. Ask an adult to give you a tables test if possible.
  • Maths-New Wave Mental Maths week 32. Be sure to do the problem solving and the Friday Review.
    Master Your Maths 4(available online cjfallon website) do pages 16 and 17 in your copy and week 6 test on pg 71.
  • 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!
  • Religion-follow the link

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 “Ghost Stories” by Linda Jennings. This extract will take you back in time to 1948. It is a well written imaginative extract which I hope you will enjoy reading. It may inspire some of you to read/research more ghost stories. You may even consider writing your own Ghost Story.

I have been most impressed by the emails I have received recently. I know that you are working really hard at home. Continue to feel free to email me some samples of your work. Be kind to your parents and help them with the household chores. They have been very supportive of you during this time. Continue to enjoy your leisure time as well.

Stay Safe.

Le Meas,
Mr. R. Murphy.

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

The code for my class is RZLP LOLP

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

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

5TH – 8TH MAY 2020

Gaeilge:
seanfhocail: “An rud is annamh is iontach” That which is scarce is wonderful! Have you ever worked really hard at something to achieve it? Doesn’t it taste all the sweeter when you had to wait for it or work hard for it? That’s what we mean when we say “An rud is annamh is iontach”! Draw a picture to explain.

Amhrán: Trasna na dTonnta

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trasna_na_dTonnta

English:
Read at Home pg 92-95
*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?

4th: Let’s Go pg222 – 228 “Welcome to Tír na nÓg”
Pg 230 C, D, E, F
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

5th: Racing Ahead pg 154 – 157 “Fire”
pg 158 B, C, D, E
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

Maths:
Mental Maths: Week 28
3D shapes: using the 3D shapes listed in the back of your mental maths I want you to list/draw 10 items at home and match them to a corresponding 3D shape. eg. the fridge: cuboid
Lots more problems will be posted to Seesaw this week so make sure to take a look!

Geography:
Small World Geography and Science pg 57 “Italy”
Read pg 57 – 61
Pick out 5 facts that you learned about Italy and write into your Home/School copy.
List any influences from Italy in your life. For e.g. do you eat pasta/pizza? Have you ever been inspired to paint a painting lying on your back looking up? Have you ever been lucky enough to visit Italy?
Do you know any facts about Italy not listed in this chapter?

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!

11TH – 15TH MAY 2020

Gaeilge:
seanfhocail: “Is minic a bhris béal duine a shrón” Often a person’s mouth broke their nose. Which means think before you speak or your mouth could get you into trouble! Draw a picture to explain.

Amhrán: Peigín Leitir Móir

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peig%C3%ADn_Leitir_M%C3%B3ir

English:
Read at Home pg 96-100
*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?

4th: Let’s Go pg 232 – 237 “The Picture in the Bedroom”
Pg 238 C, D, E, F
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

5th: Racing Ahead pg 160-168 “I am David”
pg 158 C, D, E, F
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

Maths:
Mental Maths: Week 29
3D shapes: Draw the net of the following 3D shapes: cylinder, cube, cuboid. Cut out and fold and create the 3D shape. Feel free to decorate these and photograph and post to seesaw so we can all see your work.

Lots more problems will be posted to Seesaw this week so make sure to take a look!

History: Unit 19 Amelia Earhart
Read pg 92-94
Pg 95 A and B in your home/school copy.
Research one other person famous for their efforts in flying. Write a paragraph i your home/school copy on this person. Feel free to share your research on Seesaw.

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!

18TH – 22ND MAY 2020

Gaeilge:
seanfhocail: “Bíonn dhá insint ar gach scéal” There are two sides to every story. Draw a picture to explain.

Amhrán: Dilín Ó Deamhas

https://www.thespeks.com/nursery-rhymes/dilin-o-deamhas.php
Why not post an audio clip of you singing along to this week’s song to seesaw.

English:
Read at Home pg 101-105
*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?

4th: Let’s Go pg 240 – 24 “Ship Shape”
Pg 238 B, C, D, E
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

5th: Racing Ahead pg 172-181 “Hop-Along’s Dream “
pg 158 C, D, E, F
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

Maths:
Mental Maths: Week 30
Capacity: Using a measuring jug see (as accurately as possible) how many litres/mls of water it takes to fill a mug, a glass, an empty bottle and a bowl. Record your results in your home/school copy with a diagram of each vessel you measure plus your answer or take a picture and label with your results. Why not post your findings to seesaw? I would love to see them. If you find this difficult, feel free to reach out to me on seesaw and we can work on it together.

Geography and Science:
Read pg 98+99
draw a diagram of the entire solar system in your home/school copy. A lot of you completed the activity in seesaw this week on the solar system so well done! For anyone that found it tricky, this chapter will really help you.

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

25TH – 29TH MAY 2020

Gaeilge:
seanfhocail: “Is ar mhaithe leis féin a dhéanann an cat crónán” – The cat purrs for its own benefit.

Amhrán: Beidh Aonach Amárach

https://songsinirish.com/beidh-aonach-amarach-lyrics/
Why not post an audio clip of you singing along to this week’s song to seesaw.

English:
Read at Home pg 106-110
*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 206-213 “Tyke to the Rescue”
Pg 214 C, D, E, F
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

5th: Racing Ahead pg 184-187 “Canine Evolution”
pg 188 B, C, D, E,
Use dictionary to look up any words you don’t understand.

Maths:
Mental Maths: Week 31

Length: Pick one of the following items (the list gets more challenging as it goes along so feel free to really challenge yourself!):
textbook
table
rug
room

Select one item and I want you to find something appropriate to measure the length and width with. E.g. for a textbook a ruler will be fine, however a measuring tape (if you have one at home) would be better to measure a rug or a room.
Draw and label a diagram of your item in your home/school copy
Show the following results:
Length:
Width:
Perimeter: (remember this is length + length + width + width)
Area: (length x width)
Do not forget your unit of measure. Good luck! I would love if you shared these findings on seesaw so we can all see. Thanks to all who shared their capacity findings last week. This work was really excellent!

History:
Read pg 84-86
Pg 87 Complete 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

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

4TH – 8TH MAY 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal – ‘Is minic a bhris béal duine a shrón’ : It is often that a person’s mouth broke his nose.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of the seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading: Read ‘Unit 11: Ag Bailiú Stampaí (Click link to view) – TRY TRANSLATE TO ENGLISH ORALLY
  • Ag Scríobh Scéalta- Frásaí Deasa Sheet (Click link to view): Learn the first 10 phrases (Cúpla seactain ó shin – I bpreab na súil)
  • Spellwell – Fill in Week 33.
  • SESE – HISTORY: Read the Normans (1) extract and complete the exercises. (Also write out your own 10 facts). Pages 46 – 47 (Click link to view)
  • SESE – Geography (Just Maps 6th Class Book): Project 14: Ireland Lakes and Project 15 The Titanic (Pages 30 – 33) *Use an atlas, google and google maps to help with these exercises.
  • Read at Home Week 27.
  • Encourage as much library reading as possible.
  • English Reading – Hello Universe pg 100 – 103 (Who’s Afraid)
    English Writing – Hello Universe Page 104 – 105 Revise the Word Wizardry Knowledge
    *Use your dictionary/ google to look up the meaning of difficult words.
  • Produce a Project based on The Normans
  • Maths: Mathematic: Complete Chapter 27 Fractions, decimals and Percentages 3 and Chapter 28 Money
    New Wave Mental Maths- Fill in Week 31
  • Religion: Judaism Power Points: Write out 10 facts based on the Judaism documents
    Watch the information Video:
  • Essay: ‘What will Ireland be like when the current lockdown restrictions are reduced?
  • Art: VIDEO: Step by Step Drawing Peacock:
  • PE:

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

Judaism Documents

11TH – 15TH MAY 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal – ‘Bíonn dhá insint ar gach scéal’ – There is two sides to every story.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of the seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading: Read ‘Unit 12: Déagóirí’: (Click link to view) – TRY TRANSLATE TO ENGLISH ORALLY
  • Ag Scríobh Scéalta- Frásaí Deasa Sheet (Click link to view): Learn the next 10 phrases (Is beag nár thit mé I laige – Ní dhéanaigh mé é sin go deo arís)
  • Spellwell – Fill in Week 34.
  • SESE – Geography (Just Maps 6th Class Book): Project 16: Africa and Project 17 Ireland Revision (Pages 34 – 37) *Use an atlas, google and google maps to help with these exercises.
  • SESE – HISTORY: Read the Normans (2) extract and complete the exercises. (Also write out your own 10 facts). Pages 52 – 53 (Click link to view)
  • Read at Home Week 28.
  • Encourage as much library reading as possible.
  • English Reading – Hello Universe pg 106 – 113
    English Writing – Hello Universe Page 114 – 115 (Tale and Detail + Undercover Work)
    *Use your dictionary/ google to look up the meaning of difficult words.
  • Continue working on your project based on the Normans
  • Maths: Mathematic: Complete Chapter 29 Directed Numbers and Chapter 30 The Circle
    New Wave Mental Maths- Fill in Week 32
    • Circle:
    • Circle 2:
    • Circle 3 :
  • Religion: Judaism Power Points: Write out 10 facts based on the Judaism documents.
    Watch the Information Video:
  • Essay: If you were a TD in the Dáil today what suggestions would you have to help the country get back to normal after Covid 19.
  • Art: Step by step drawing Toucan:
  • PE:

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

18TH – 22ND MAY 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal – ‘Is ar mhaithe leis féin a dhéanann an cat crónán’ : No one does something without a reward.
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of the seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading: Read ‘Unit 13: Dearbháin (Click link to view) – TRY TRANSLATE TO ENGLISH ORALLY
  • Ag Scríobh Scéalta- Frásaí Deasa Sheet (Click link to view): Learn the next 10 phrases (Níor chodail mé néal an oiche sin – tar éis cúpla lá)
  • Group 6 Spellings Sheet (Click link to view). WEEK 29 (Learn the spellings and put each word into a sentence)
  • SESE – HISTORY: Read the Celts extract and complete the exercises. (Also write out your own 10 facts). Pages 20 – 21 (Click link to view)
  • SESE – Geography (Just Maps 6th Class Book): Project 18: France and Project 19: WW2 in Maps (Pages 38 – 41) *Use an atlas, google and google maps to help with these exercises.
  • Read at Home Week 29.
  • Encourage as much library reading as possible.
  • English Reading – Hello Universe pg 116 – 125 (Revenge)
    English Writing – Hello Universe Page 126 – 127 (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 Celts
  • Maths: Mathematic: Complete Chapter 31 Rules and Properties, Chapter 32 Puzzles and Chapter 33 Look Back
    New Wave Mental Maths- Fill in Week 33
  • Religion: Buddhism Power Points: Write out 10 facts based on the Buddhism PPs and Video.
  • Watch the Information Video:
  • Essay: How are the lockdown restrictions effecting the environment?
  • Art: VIDEO: Step by Step Drawing Pizza Steve:
  • PE:

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

25TH – 29TH MAY 2020

  • Revise Seanfhocal – ‘Ní bhíonn in aon rud ach seal’ – Nothing lasts forever.  
    Draw a picture to show the meaning of the seanfhocal.
  • Irish Reading: Read ‘Unit 14: Bláthanna agus Éiníní   (Click link to view) – TRY TRANSLATE TO ENGLISH ORALLY
  • Ag Scríobh Scéalta- Frásaí Deasa Sheet (Click link to view): Learn the remaining Irish phrases: tar éis an lóin – sin é mo scéal agus má ta breag ann bíodh)
  • Group 6 Spellings Sheet (Click link to view). WEEK 30 (Learn the spellings and put each word into a sentence)
  • SESE – Geography (Just Maps 6th Class Book): Project 20: Aerial Photos and Project 21: Ireland Revision (Pages 42 – 45) *Use an atlas, google and google maps to help with these exercises.
  • SESE – SCIENCE: Read the Irish Forests extract and complete the exercises. (Also write out your own 10 facts). Pages 22 – 23 (Click link to view)
  • Read at Home Week 30.
  • Encourage as much library reading as possible.
  • English Reading – Hello Universe pg 128 – 137 (The Ghost of Thomas Kempe)
    English Writing – Hello Universe Page 138 – 139 (Tale and Detail, Undercover Work and Word Wizadry) 
    *Use your dictionary/ google to look up the meaning of difficult words.
  • Continue working on your project based on the Celts.     
  • Maths: Mathematic: Complete Chapter 34 Weight, Chapter 35 Variables and Chapter 36 3D Shapes
    New Wave Mental Maths- Fill in Week 34
  • Religion: Buddhism Power Points: Write out 10 facts based on the Buddhism PPs and Video.
  • Watch the Information Video:
  • Essay: My favourite thing to do during the lockdown is….
  • Art: Step by step drawing Dachshund:
  • PE:

*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

5TH – 8TH MAY 2020

K.K

Racing Ahead

Read p. 184-187

 p. 188 B 1-10

C 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 X11

Wild Explorers

Read one page a day

Small World

 

 

 

 

 

History : Unit 14: Life in Medieval towns p.70

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 x11

Small World

History : Unit 14: Life in Medieval towns p.70

 

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. 28-34

Complete p. 36 C 1-5

Complete p. 36 D 1-5

Complete p.37 F

 

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 9

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.

11TH – 15TH MAY 2020

K.K

Racing Ahead

Read p. 190-197

 p. 198 B 1-6

E 1-5

p.199 F

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 X12

Wild Explorers

Read one page a day

Small World

 

 

 

 

 

Geography and Science : Unit 16: The Sun

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 x12

Small World

Geography and Science : Unit 16: The Sun

 

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. 38-43

Complete p. 44 C 1-5

E 1-5

p.45 F

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 10

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.

18TH – 22ND MAY 2020

K.K

Racing Ahead

Read p. 200-210

 p. 210  C1-6

E 1-4

p.211 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 2 division
Wild Explorers Read one page a day

Small World

 

 

 

 

 

History Unit 17: My School

Read and complete accompanying activity in scrap book

SeeSaw Online

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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 2 division
Small World

History Unit 17: My School

Read and complete accompanying activity in scrap book

SeeSaw Online

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J.N

Literacy

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

Read p. 46-49

Complete p. 50 B 1-10

p.51 E 1-6

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Numeracy

Master your Maths

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

Complete Week 11

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E.O.R

Please see Ms. Cagney’s outline of work.

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N.L

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

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25TH – 29TH MAY 2020

K.K

Racing Ahead

Read p. 212-215

 p. 216  B1-10

D 1-4

 

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

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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 3 division

Wild Explorers

Read one page a day

Small World

 

 

 

 

 

Geography and Science: Unit 17 The Sun

Read and complete accompanying activity in scrap book

SeeSaw Online

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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 3 division

Small World

Geography and Science: Unit 17 The Sun

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. 52-60

Complete p. 62 C 1-6

 E 1-6

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Numeracy

Master your Maths

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

Complete Week 12

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.

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. 

MRS. KENNEDY

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