3rd Class 2021-04-18T17:18:50+00:00

Homework 19/4/21

Monday:

  • Active homework (below)
  • At least 15 minutes on NESSY programme
  • Write out and learn 2 times tables
  • Read the attached poem

Tuesday:

  • Active homework (below)
  • At least 15 minutes on NESSY programme
  • Write out and learn 4 times tables
  • Read the attached poem

Wednesday:

  • Active homework (below)
  • At least 15 minutes on NESSY programme
  • Write out and learn 8 times tables
  • Complete ‘Responding to Poetry’ activity below

Thursday:

  • Active homework (below)
  • At least 15 minutes on NESSY programme
  • Write out and learn 2, 4 and 8 times tables
  • Read the attached poem

Active Homework

Complete one activity every evening: 

30 star jumps and 30 lunges

5 minute run/walk

2 minutes doing high knees and 2 minutes doing toe taps

20 minutes playing outside in the fresh air

A walk with your family/with your dog

20 minutes outside on your bike/skateboard

20 minutes playing football/basketball or whatever sport you prefer😁

Múinteoir Orla’s Class 🙂

Welcome back to all our lovely third class pupils. We are all settling in well and doing such a good job of washing and santising our hands.

As this week is Active School week, we are doing loads of activities to get those legs moving and hearts pumping. Have a look at some of the exercises and activities the children got up to this week. A few children even mentioned that they think it should be Active School week EVERY week. It’s great to see so many children enthusiastic about physical activity.

Science week

We had lots of fun during Science Week in rang a trí. We watched videos about horrible Science and heard from the workers at Belfast Zoo!! Look at the cool towers that we built 🙂

Múinteoir Fiona/Orla Flanagan’s class:

Gaelbhratach:

Bhí a lán spraoi againn inniu. Bhíomar ag canadh agus ag caint as Gaeilge i rith an lae.

Amhrán na bhFiann

Maths: We were looking for things on the yard that had right angles.

Science: We looked at horse chestnut leaves and drew them and wrote about them in our copies

Look at our beautiful Halloween pictures. Tá siad go hálainn!