History Quest chapter 13 Irish Emigrant Ships p67-72
Unit 16: The Sun p93-99
Maths: 3rd Class: Strand: Measure Strand Unit: Capacity We measure liquids using litres (l) and millilitres (ml) Capacity means the measurement of how much container can hold. Complete pages in Planet Maths- Topic 26- Capacity Pages 157-161 (see pages at top of blog page) Mental Maths: Week 33 Tables: Revision of 9 times and 9 division. Spend 5 minutes on hit the button Studyladder: Complete some of the set tasks in Mathematics Optional: Survey the average amount of water used each day in the house or make a rain gauge.
2nd Class: Strand: Data Strand: Representing and interpreting data Planet Maths: pgs 146-149 (pages at the top of this post if you don't have the book) Mental Maths: Week 33 Tables: Practice tables using hit the button Studyladder: Complete some of the set tasks in Mathematics
English: 2nd class Green Genie: Unit 15 Spellbound: week 33 Creative Writing: Write a story about a trip to a planet- any planet- Plan out the story- Think about - When it happened? In the summer of 2020........... Who? Jack and his friends............ What? Cycling in the forest when they saw........ Where? Beginning-Deep in the woods Middle- Planet Ending- Back in the woods How? In an UFO....... Aliens aboard...... Why? trapped, captured by Aliens, Goto www.getepic.com/students OR Download the GetEpic app and select 'Have an account? Log in with class code nre2612 and select your name. Start reading your favourite book. I will be watching to see who has been reading!
3rd class: Blue Skies: Pg 100-107 ( Three Fables) Spellbound: Week 33
Creative Writing: Plan a story about a trip to your favourite planet. The story could be a comic strip, or a narrative. When? Where? Who? What? Why? How? Characters: Beginning: Introduction- When, Where, Who, What, Why, How? Middle: Something happens- Problem- Solution? Ending: Conclusion-
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Also David Walliams books are free to access online. Click on the link below. https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/ Gaeilge: Fuaimeanna agus Focail: Revise week 6,7,8,9,10 Bua na Cainte: Sa Bhaile- Aonad 1 Ceacht 1,2,3,4 Eist an t-amhrán: An Gáirdín p 108 Complete pages p107-112 in Irish copy (see pages at the top of this blog page)
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Login: trial Password: trial History: Strand Unit: Life in the 19th Century Chapter 13 History Quest (p67-72) Emigration from Ireland in the 1850’s
Talk and discuss The Famine in Ireland and why so many people left Ireland in the 1850’s. Look at the map and name the places where people emigrated to. (p67) Discuss how they might have travelled remembering what we learnt about transport through the ages. (P67,68) Read about the coffin ships. Why were they called coffin ships? Describe what it looked like. (P68) Find out about Dunbrody ship and Jeanie Johnston ship Draw and colour an emigrant ship in your history copy. Write about a day in the life of a boy or girl emigrating to America on the coffin ship. https://www.dunbrody.com/visitor-info/irish-emigrant-experience/the-voyage/ You Tube video- The Great Famine and coffin ships
Geography: Strand: Natural Environment Strand Unit: Planet Earth in Space Small World: Unit 16: The Sun: Read p 93-99. Find out all about the Sun. How old is the sun? How big is the sun? Why does the sun never go out? How long does it take planet earth to go around(orbit) the sun? What gives us day and night? Why are days longer(more day light) during the summer and shorter (less day light) during the winter? Pick a planet and write about it. Find out more information by using the links. Why not make a model of the solar system- use YOutube to get some ideas!
Science: Small World: Unit 16 p 96 Plants/ People and animals need the sun Investigate: Do plants really need the sun? (p96 Small world) Why do animals and people need the sun? (p96) Why is too much sun dangerous for us? (p97) How do people in hot countries cope with the sun? (p97)
Music: Performing Practice slide Dan O Keefes Slide (see sheet music at the top of the blog page) Listen to the slide played on the tinwhistle. Try to play along with it. Record your self playing the slide and post it on classdojo! a E E D b a b D b a E E D b g g b a E E D b a b D b a b D E b a a
E A A B A G E D E F G A B A G E F G G F E D b a g a b a b D E b a a (capital letters are high notes) Religion: Say prayers for First Communion The Confiteor Prayer after Communion
Grow in Love: pg 50-53 Theme 9: Lesson 1:God Created us God has given us talents. Look at the picture and name the talents each child is gifted with. (p50) What gifts and talents did God give you? Write a prayer of thanks for the talents you were given. (p51) Unscramble the words to finish the story about Adam and Eve (p52) Theme 9: Lesson 2: God wants us to be happy Read poem about Adam and Eve (p53) Write out the prayer after Communion in religion copy and decorate. (Optional activity) Grow in Love username: firstname.lastname@example.org password: growinlove
PE: www.gonoodle.com PE with Joe PE work out aimed at children Outdoor activities: Running, cycling, trampoline, skipping.... kicking football, playing tennis, racket ball, walking.......