18th March – 20th March work.

 

Hi Fourth Class 🙂 I hope everyone is keeping well. We need to try and stay as active and busy as we can! Please email me if you have any questions. The other fourth class can email Mrs.McGuinness this week if they have any questions. I know not all children have access to a laptop. If this is the case, please do as much as you can. Many of the worksheets I have attached do not necessarily need to be printed (if you do not have a printer). One could look at the worksheet on the laptop and write out the answers in a copy/on paper.

We can all do lots of reading, free writing and exercise! Here is a suggested timetable for this week:

Wed 18th March
Maths

Time – 5 minute intervals

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If you do not have access to the internet simply test your child using a watch or ask them to draw out certain times e.g. 5 past 3.

Irish

Go over your Aimsire Chaite (past tense) irregular verbs. There are only 11 irregular verbs. They do not follow any rules so we just have to learn them.

We have learned these already and have had Friday tests on them. Remember if you learn them well now, you will have them forever! 🙂

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Bhí mé – I was

Rug mé – I caught

Chonaic mé – I saw

Fuair mé – I got

Dúirt mé – I said

Chuaigh mé – I went

Rinne mé – I did

D’ith mé – I ate

Thug mé – I gave

Tháinig mé – I came

Chuala mé – I heard

English

For the month of March we are studying explanation writing. E.g. The lifecycle of a frog or how a volcano is formed. Choose a topic of your choice and upload this onto google classroom using google docs. ( Mrs.McGuinness’s class can email this to her). If you do not have access to a laptop or internet you can write this instead.

D.E.A.R time for at least 20 mins.

 

History

For the month of March we are studying the topic of ‘Myths and Legends.’ Pick a myth or legend of your choice e.g. The children of Lir. Upload this onto google classroom using google slides.

(Mrs.McGuinness class can email this to her). If you do not have access to a laptop or internet you can write this instead or make a poster project.

 

EXERCISE 🙂 🙂 🙂 

 

·        Look up our Body coach videos that we do after maths https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3LPrhI0v-w

·        Go Noodle https://app.gonoodle.com/

·        Try see how long you can hold your ‘wall sit’ for! We were able to do 30 seconds, see can you beat that!

·        Choose one exercise to do for 30 seconds and have a 10 second break just like we do in class! Exercises: jumping jacks, squats, sit ups, burpees!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Thurs 19th March
Maths

 

Time – digital and analogue clock

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Irish

 

Irregular verbs in the past tense. Test yourself!

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English

 

Explanation writing – google classroom.

D.E.A.R time for 20 minutes.

 

Art

 

Mindfulness colouring sheets on Twinkl.

 

 

Exercise 😀 😀

 

 

Friday 20th March
Maths

 

Time – Bus timetable

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Irish

 

Ask someone to call out the English and write all eleven irregular verbs in the past tense. E.g. I was – bhí mé.

 

English

 

Explanation writing – google classroom.

D.E.A.R time for 20 minutes.

 

History

 

Project on ‘Myths and Legends.’

 

Exercise 😀

 

 

Here are other suggested activities that you can do:

  • Twinkle are offering all parents and teachers a One Month FREE Ultimate Membership to Twinkl.ie. This will allow parents and teachers unlimited access to every single resource for every single curriculum subject from junior infants to sixth class. Setting this up is really easy to do – go to www.twinkl.ie/offer and enter the code IRLTWINKLHELPS. 

     

    Maths:

    Tables: All division and multiplication tables (use apps/websites eg. hit the button, eggs on legs)

    Online maths games https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/ordering-and-sequencing-numbers

     

    English:

    Read silently and aloud at home. Ask questions after reading to check understanding. Books could be a mix of fact and fiction.

    • Predict what will happen next
    • Visualise what has happened (draw picture)
    • Summarise what they have read (create storyboard)
    • Determining importance (what are the most important things I’ve read?
    • Questioning what questions have they after reading (“I wonder…?”)

    Practice handwriting

    Narrative writing on the topic of their choice.

    Recount writing – write about their day/weekend

    Gaeilge:

    If possible use informal Irish at home

    Watch Irish cartoons https://www.cula4.com/ga/

     

     

    History:

    I have assigned the children a project on Google Classroom based on myths and legends. This is due the end of March.

     

    Geography:

    We are studying the main town of each county in Ireland. The children will be tested on this when they come back to school.

    https://www.sporcle.com/games/cheesenewyorkbob/countytownsofireland

     

    Science:

    The life cycle of plants and animals.

    PE:

    Websites such as Go-noodle can be useful. Play outside. Youtube have loads of dance and yoga videos that children can follow.

     

    Music:

    Song singing

    Listen to a piece of music and respond to it by drawing a picture.

     

    Dabbledoo are offering all content for free to parents of schools with DabbledooMusic. Please email shane@dabbledoomusic.com to let them know if you would like to avail of this.

     

     

     

    SPHE:

    Play board games/games where you have to work together

    Bake together

    Spend some quality time together

     

    Drama:

    Drama games

    https://dramaresource.com/drama-games/

     

    Religion:

    The Easter Story

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PSgoPdKQFQ

     

    Art:

    Painting

    Drawing

    Making crafts/constructions

     

    Thank you,

    Ms.Seale 🙂

     

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