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Exceptional closure work for children > Work for week 11th - 15th May

Hi everyone!
Welcome to a new week! Let’s hope the lovely weather stays with us.
As always we love seeing all your responses, hearing your voices and seeing you on Seesaw. If you are having any problems please let us know- we would be delighted to help.
So many of you put up brilliant pieces of rainbow art on Twitter. Keep on adding things there. It’s nice to stay connected and see what our school community is getting up to!
Enjoy your week!
Ms. Goggin and Ms. Corcoran



Gaeilge

Phrases this week:
● Use the following phrases as much as possible:
● Tá _____ agam. I have a ________.
● Níl _______ agam. I don’t have a _______.
● Tabhair dom an ________ más é do thol é. Give me the __________ please. This one might be good at dinner or lunch time.
● Tabhair dom an salann mas é do thoil é. (Give me the salt please) Then maybe you could say. Tá an salann agam.  (I have the salt)
Give it a go!

Monday:

● Put the following verbs into sentences orally and then write them in your copy.
● Fuair (got) + bhuaigh (won)
● Bua na Cainte 2 pg 87: Bí aga léamh. Read the sentences aloud and say the sentences 1-6 orally.

Tuesday:

● Put the following verbs into sentences orally and then write them in your copy.
Ghortaigh (hurt) + d’eitil (flew)
● Bua na Cainte 2 pg 87: write 4 of the sentences in your copy

Wednesday:

● Put the following verbs into sentences orally and then write them in your copy.
Dhúisigh (woke) + bhí (was)
● Bua na Cainte 2 pg 89: say the sentences orally (make sure you use leis for the boy and leí for the girls)  

Thursday:

● Put the following verbs into sentences orally and then write them in your copy.
Ghlaoigh mé ar (I called) + d’éist mé le (I listened to)
● Bua na Cainte 2 pg 90: Read the story and draw a picture of the circus, labelling the picture.  

Friday:

● Put the following verbs into sentences orally and then write them in your copy.                                                                                                              Ní raibh (was not) + d’imir (played, sport)




English

We are still thinking about rainbows this week.

We are hoping that all children will have 96 learning words in their spelling for me profile soon. Then we will all be ready to start the programme when we get back to school. This week, if there is a spare screen for you to use in your home, please try and get back onto http://rathgaroguens.spellingsforme.ie
and work through the levels.

Also this week you can use joined writing in your copies and stop doing 10 minutes of handwriting in your book.

Seesaw Activity: Reading Aloud (on a day of your choice this week)

Monday:

● We have attached a poem called The Rainbow Children. Read the poem and find your own way to respond to it. You can:
○ Write a poem
○ Draw a picture
○ Play a piece of music
○ Sing a song it reminds you of
○ Make up a dance to it
○ Create a piece of drama or mime
○ Talk to your family about the poem
○ Make up questions about it
● Spellwell Week 31

Tuesday:

● Reading: your own book
● Seesaw Activity: Fiction Bookstamp Take a photo of a page of the book you are reading. Record yourself saying what is happening and add some text or an emoji.
● Spellwell Week 31
● Complete the spellings on http://rathgaroguens.spellingsforme.ie

Wednesday:

● Reading: your own book
● Seesaw Activity: Write an emoji story. (Maybe you could bring a rainbow into your writing. )
● Spellwell Week 31
● Complete the spellings on http://rathgaroguens.spellingsforme.ie

Thursday:

● Reading: your own book
● Word Wizard Pg 91: Read the sounds and play the game
● Spellwell Week 31
● Complete the spellings on http://rathgaroguens.spellingsforme.ie

Friday:

● Reading: your own book
● Word Wizard pg 94: A + B
● Complete the spellings on http://rathgaroguens.spellingsforme.ie


Maths

● Tables all + and - tables 10 (use hit the button)
● Online activities:
https://ie.ixl.com/math/class-2/long-and-short
https://ie.ixl.com/math/class-2/measure-using-a-centimetre-ruler
https://ie.ixl.com/math/class-2/which-metric-unit-of-length-is-appropriate
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/measuring-in-cm

Monday:

● Planet Maths: Length pg122 A and B
● Master Your Maths 2 Week 29 Monday (It is okay to skip the ones that you don’t understand.)  

Tuesday:

● Planet Maths: Length pg 122 C pg123 A
● Master Your Maths 2 Week 29 Tuesday (It is okay to skip the ones that you don’t understand.)  

Wednesday:

● Planet Maths: Length pg 123 C and D
● Master Your Maths 2 Week 29 Wednesday (It is okay to skip the ones that you don’t understand.)

Thursday:

● Planet Maths: Length pg124 A, B and C
● Master Your Maths 2 Week 29 Thursday (It is okay to skip the ones that you don’t understand.)

Friday:

● Seesaw Activity: How would I measure...



SESE: History

● Window on the World History Chap 10 Pictures from the Past
● Pg 64, 65, 66: Look at all three pictures and answer the questions orally.
● Choose one picture and answer the questions in your copy.
● Seesaw Activity: take a picture of your home and record yourself saying how your home is different to the home on pg 65


ART/CREATIVITY

● Think about rainbows and how you would create one. Here are some ideas

How you dress lego paint Something 3D
Laying out fabric With fruit In your baking Chalk outside
A May bush Nail varnish drawing animation


● These are just a few ideas, we know you can come up with lots more. Create a rainbow anyway you wish and post it on seesaw. If you want to show your friends and the rest of our school community pop it on Twitter too. I know we will be!

 
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