1st/2nd class K Murphy - Scoil Naomh Áine NS

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Exceptional closure work for children > Class work for 18th - 20th March

Exceptional Closures Work

First and Second Class: Ms K Murphy

Practise your +1 to +12 tables and your -1 to -10 tables every day.
Write 20 addition or subtraction sums every day.
Measure 20 objects around the house using your ruler and write the length of them into your copy.
Write number patterns (counting in 2’s, 3’s, 4’s, 5’s, 10’s etc) and challenge someone in your house to write the next 3 numbers.

Spend 10 minutes every day reading a book.
Write a diary entry about what you got up to each day.
Write a book review for a story you have recently read.

Have a ‘comhra’ using our frasaí such as ‘Conas ata tú?’ ‘Cén aois tú?’ ‘Dean cur síos ar an aimsir’ with someone at home every day.
Make Gaeilge labels for objects around your house in Gaeilge for example ‘cofra’ ‘bainne’ ‘cota’
Pick a colour (dearg, bui etc) every day and write down as Gaeilge three things you see in that colour into your copy.
Count to 20 as Gaeilge every day.

Write about 10 signs of Spring you can see in your locality.
Write about the story of St. Patrick and draw a picture at the end.
Construct something using recycled materials.

Practise your GAA skills, hurling or football every day.
Try holding 5 different balances each day trying to hold them for longer each day.
10 squats, 10 lunges, 10 jumping jacks every day.

Create a poster showing how to wash your hands properly.
Make a list of 10 ways to be a good friend.
Write an acrostic poem for ‘Friends’.

Arts Education:
Create a new book cover for ‘Mr. Stink’.
Practise playing the notes B, A, G on your tin whistle.
Paint/Draw a Spring time picture.

*All work can be done in your spare copy.
Make a jigsaw or play a board game.
Play some games on https://www.topmarks.com
Play a game of cards that we have learned – Snap, Go Fish, Housey Housey, Old Maid.
Play a game of ‘Stop the Bus’.   
Cook or bake something at home.
Help Dad or Mam with a job at home every day.

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