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Brother Ryan

School work at home for

Br Ryan’s Class

15th-19th June 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

We’re coming very close to Summer Holiday time. Soon we’ll be putting the books away safely for a good break. Mr Millane has some great suggestions for a virtual sports week. Check out Mr Millanes page.  Here’s some more work for you to look at.

The work that is here is also available in Class Notebooks. Ms Herlihy has posted some instructions on how to use Class Notebooks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxBVOADPvro&feature=youtu.be

If you do not have access to a computer or haven’t mastered Class Notebook please continue to send your work to me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

 

English Reading: Continue to read as much as possible books, papers, comics, magazines and on line. Be sure and read a little every day.

 

Read: Reading Survey (worksheet) What kind of books do you like to read? Answer these questions to help you find out more about yourself and reading.

Get Set: Read from your favourite story in Get Set.

 

Sequencing

 

Number the sentences to show the correct order.

Jack Goes Fishing

______ “I’ve got a fish,” Jack yelled.

______ Dad started the engine and drove the boat to

the other side of the lake.

______ Dad prepared the fishing rod, dropped the line in

the water, and handed it to Jack.

______ Jack and his dad climbed into the small boat.

 

Martin and Ricco Play Catch

______ Ricco caught the ball and threw it back to Martin.

______ Martin reached up  in the air for the ball, but missed.

______ Martin pulled a hurling ball out of his coat pocket and

Threw  it to Ricco.

______ The ball landed on the path and rolled down to the road.

 

TJ and the Football

______ He found a football in the garage and started

to solo with it.

______ T.J. went outside on a bright and sunny day.

______ He went on a solo with the ball down the path, turned quickly and kicked the ball towards the goal.

______ T. J. jumped excitedly as the ball went into the back of the net.

 

Remember to use  bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or whatsap to show me all the work You’ve done.

 

Wordsearch: Two word searches one on Charleville and  one on the school.

 

Typing.com: Practice a little every day and see does your wpm score improve.

Poem: This is a winter poem but it’s a good one. Shel made a snowball and read what he did with it!

Snowball

By Shel Silverstein

I made myself a snowball
As perfect as could be.
I thought I’d keep it as a pet
And let it sleep with me.
I made it some pyjamas
And a pillow for its head.
Then last night it ran away,
But first it wet the bed.

Did the snowball run away?   Think about it!  Hint: Read the last line.

 

Activity: Draw a picture of the snowball running away.

Find more poems by Shel Silverstein at  https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/snowball-by-shel-silverstein

Maths Khan Academy: Your username and password are in your homework journal. Use the videos to help you understand. Remember if you make a mistake you can try again and again until you get it right.

·       Go to Maths.

·       Pick your favourite activity. See can you improve your score.

 

Busy at Maths 3. Time to take a break. Look back over what we have done. If there is a page you would like to finish now is the time to do it.

 

Send any work to me on Whatsap or by email to bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie.  

 

Work Sheet:   Maths Trail at Home. This worksheet gives you activities to do in your own house. Remember to estimate before you step out in Questions 8 to 13.

Maths Trail at Home

1.     Find a clock and write down what time it is. .                       .                     

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2.     What type of angle are the hands showing? (Acute, Obtuse, Right angle)

.                       .   

3.     What time was it 20 minutes ago?  .                       . 

  4.     What time will it be in 35 minutes?  .                       .   

5.     What date is it on today’s calendar?  .                       .   

6.     Round the date to the nearest 10.  .                       .   

7.     How many days are in this month?  .                       .   

8.     Estimate how many steps it would take to walk the length of your bedroom.

.                       .   

9.     Count how many steps it would take to walk the length of your bedroom.

.                       .   

10.   Estimate how many steps it would take to walk the length of your garden.

11.   .                       .   

12.  Count how many steps it would take to walk the length of your garden.

13.   .                       .   

14.  Estimate how many steps it would take to walk from your bedroom door to the kitchen. .                       .   

15.  Count how many steps it would take to walk from your bedroom door the kitchen. .                       .   

 

EAL Duolingo: If you have access to the internet continue to use Duolingo at home to help improve your English.

 

Speak a little English every day and watch some English Language Television.

 

Maths: Everyday do a page of your maths book.

 

Contact me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

 

 

Duolingo: Continue a usar duolingo em casa para ajudar a melhorar o seu inglês.

 

Fale um pouco de inglês todos os dias e assista um pouco de televisão em inglês.

 

Matemática: Todos os dias fazem uma página do seu livro de matemática.

 

Entre em contato comigo por e-mail em bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

EAL Read the story and answer the questions. (Leia a história e responda às perguntas.)

 

The Bundle of Sticks

 

A Father had six Sons, who were always fighting with each other. No matter what he said they would not stop fighting. This is not good he thought. Our enemies can easily hurt them when they fight each other. They should be helping each other not fighting.

The father thought of a plan. He asked one of them to bring him a bundle of sticks. Then he handed the bundle to each of his Sons. He told each son to try to break the bundle. But although each one tried his best, none was able to do so.

The Father opened the bundle and gave the sticks to his Sons. His sons broke the sticks one by one. They broke the sticks very easily.

“My Sons,” said the Father. “Stand together and help each other. You will be strong like the bundle of sticks. Your enemies will not be able to hurt you.”

“Fight with your brothers and you will be like a single stick. Your enemies will easily beat you.”

A.  True or False

1 The sons loved each other and never fought.

2 The family had no enemies.

3 The boys were always fighting each other.

4 They used the sticks to light a fire.

5 The father beat the sons with the sticks.

6 The father told the boys to stand together and be strong.

B.  Answer these Questions.

1 How many sons had the father?

2 What problem had the sons?

3 Did the father use the sticks to beat the sons?

4 Did they break the bundle of sticks?

5 Could they break a single stick?

6 What lesson did the children learn?

O pacote de varas.

Um pai tinha seis filhos, que estavam sempre brigando. Não importa o que ele dissesse, eles não parariam de brigar. Isso não é bom, ele pensou. Nossos inimigos podem facilmente machucá-los quando lutam entre si. Eles deveriam estar ajudando um ao outro a não lutar.

O pai pensou em um plano. Ele pediu a um deles para lhe trazer um maço de paus. Então ele entregou o pacote a cada um dos seus filhos. Ele disse a cada filho para tentar quebrar o embrulho. Mas, embora cada um tenha tentado o seu melhor, ninguém foi capaz de fazê-lo.

O pai abriu o embrulho e deu os gravetos aos filhos. Seus filhos quebraram os gravetos um por um. Eles quebraram os paus com muita facilidade.

“Meus filhos”, disse o pai. “Fiquem juntos e ajudem um ao outro. Você será forte como o maço de paus. Seus inimigos não serão capazes de machucá-lo.

“Lute com seus irmãos e você será como uma única vara. Seus inimigos vão derrotá-lo facilmente.

A.  Verdadeiro ou falso

1 Os filhos se amavam e nunca brigavam.

2 A família não tinha inimigos.

3 Os meninos estavam sempre brigando.

4 Eles usaram os gravetos para acender um fogo.

5 O pai bateu nos filhos com os paus.

6 O pai disse aos meninos para ficarem juntos e serem fortes.

 

B.  Responda a estas perguntas em inglês

1 Quantos filhos teve o pai?

2 Que problema teve os filhos?

3 O pai usou as varas para bater nos filhos?

4 Eles quebraram o pacote de paus?

5 Eles poderiam quebrar uma única vara?

6 Que lição as crianças aprenderam?

 

 

School work at home for

Br Ryan’s Class

10th-12th June 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

Note from your teacher:  Check Mr. Millane’s page for information on the other subjects. Please use the following email address  to contact me bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

I’m sure everyone is missing school. It’s a good place for meeting friends and the yard can be good fun.

The work that is here is also available in Class Notebooks. Ms. Herlihy has posted some instructions on how to use Class Notebooks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxBVOADPvro&feature=youtu.be

If you do not have access to a computer or haven’t mastered Class Notebook please continue to send your work to me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

 

English Reading: Continue to read as much as possible books, papers, comics, magazines and on line. Be sure and read a little everyday.

 

Read: Raccoon Rex (worksheet) and do the activities on the back. A synonym is a word that means the same as. Remember to send me the work you have completed by emailing me at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or using  whatsap.

 

Typing.com: Practice a little every day and see does your wpm score improve.

Poem: When children don’t want to do something, they come up with every excuse they can think of to get out of it. There are many kinds of sicknesses children try to convince their parents they have been afflicted with in order to get out of going to school.

Sick      By Shel Silverstein 

“I cannot go to school today,”
Said little Peggy Ann McKay.
“I have the measles and the mumps,
A gash, a rash and purple bumps.

My mouth is wet, my throat is dry,
I’m going blind in my right eye.
My tonsils are as big as rocks,
I’ve counted sixteen chicken pox.

And there’s one more–that’s seventeen,
And don’t you think my face looks green?
My leg is cut–my eyes are blue–
It might be instamatic flu.

I cough and sneeze and gasp and choke,
I’m sure that my left leg is broke–
My hip hurts when I move my chin,
My belly button’s caving in.

My back is wrenched, my ankle’s sprained,
My ‘pendix pains each time it rains.
My nose is cold, my toes are numb.
I have a sliver in my thumb.

My neck is stiff, my voice is weak,
I hardly whisper when I speak.
My tongue is filling up my mouth,
I think my hair is falling out.

My elbow’s bent, my spine ain’t straight,
My temperature is one-o-eight.
My brain is shrunk, I cannot hear,
There is a hole inside my ear.

I have a hangnail, and my heart is–what?
What’s that? What’s that you say?
You say today is. . .Saturday?
G’bye, I’m going out to play!”

Activity: Draw a picture of Peggy Ann McKay with all her different sicknesses.

Find more poems by Shel Silverstein at https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/snowball-by-shel-silverstein

Maths Khan Academy: Your user name and password are in your homework journal. Use the videos to help you understand. Remember if you make a mistake you can try again and again until  you get it right.

·       Go to Maths. Then to 2nd Grade.

·       Go back to Addition and Sutraction within 100

·       Adding 1s and 10s:

·       Subtracting 1s and 10s

·       Intro to addition with 2-digit numbers

·       Intro to subtraction with 2-digit numbers

·       Strategies for adding and subtracting within 100

Busy at Maths 3. Most boys are working at their own pace. Do one page at a time. Read  each page carefully first, look at the pictures and only then do the sums. Send the work to me on Whatsap or by email to bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie.  

Work Sheets: Continue to use the worksheets they are good for practice. Get your mam or dad to check your answers after you start to make sure you’re getting them right

EAL Duolingo: If you have access to the internet continue to use Duolingo at home to help improve your English.

Speak a little English every day and watch some English Language Television.

Maths: Everyday do a page of your maths book.

Contact me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Duolingo: Continue a usar duolingo em casa para ajudar a melhorar o seu inglês.

 

Fale um pouco de inglês todos os dias e assista um pouco de televisão em inglês.

 

Matemática: Todos os dias fazem uma página do seu livro de matemática.

 

Entre em contato comigo por e-mail em bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

EAL A.   Read/Leia

Read the story and fill in the missing words. The first one is done for you.

Leia a história e preencha as palavras que faltam. O primeiro é feito para você.

                           The Clever Fox

A crow was hungry. He saw some bread. He flew down, picked it up and flew off. He sat on a tree to eat the bread. A fox saw the crow sitting on the _______tree_____ holding the bread in his mouth.

The fox sat ____________ the tree. The crow saw him.  “This fox wants to ____________ my bread.”

The clever fox spoke to the crow politely. He said, “Hello friend! How are you?” But the crow did not say anything.

“Crows are such lovely ____________. And you are so beautiful,” said the fox.

“You are so ____________ and you have a sweet voice. Please sing a ____________  for me,” said the fox.

The crow listened to the fox. “ I am so beautiful and I am a good singer. I will ____________ him a song,” thought the crow.

When the crow opened her ____________ to sing the bread fell down. The clever ____________ caught the bread and ate it.

beautiful song fox
birds mouth under
eat tree sing

A Raposa Inteligente

Um corvo estava com fome. Ele viu um pouco de pão. Ele voou, pegou e voou. Ele se sentou em uma árvore para comer o pão. Uma raposa viu o corvo sentado na ____________, segurando o pão na boca.

A raposa estava sentada ____________ da árvore. O corvo o viu. “Essa raposa quer ____________ meu pão.”

A raposa inteligente falou com o corvo educadamente. Ele disse: “Olá amigo! Como vai você? “Mas o corvo não disse nada.

“Os corvos são pássaros ____________. E você é tão linda “, disse a raposa.

“Você é tão ____________ e tem uma voz doce. Por favor, cante uma ____________ para mim. ”

O corvo ouviu a raposa. “Eu sou tão bonita e sou uma boa cantora. Vou ____________ uma música para ele “, pensou o corvo.

Quando o corvo abriu ____________para cantar, o pão caiu. A ____________ esperta pegou o pão e comeu.

 

bonita música raposa
adoráveis a boca embaixo
comer árvore cantar

 

B. True or False/ Verdadeiro ou falso1. ________ The crow is clever.

2. ________ The fox is foolish.

3. ________ The fox and crow are hungry.

4. ________ He fox and crow are friends.

5. ________ The fox is a clever animal

 

C. Yes or No – Share your opinion /Sim ou Não – Compartilhe sua opinião

1. ________ Crows are beautiful birds.

2. ________ The crow was happy with the fox.

3. ________ Crows are good singers.

4. ________ The crow is still hungry.

5. ________ The fox gave the bread back to the crow.

 

D. Writing / Escreva

Write 5 lines about an animal.  Escreva 5 linhas sobre um animal.________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

 

 

School work at home for

Br Ryan’s Class

25th – 29th May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

Note from your teacher:  Check Mr. Millane’s page for information on the other subjects. Please use the following email address  to contact me bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

I’m sure everyone is missing school. It’s a good place for meeting friends and the yard can be good fun.

The work that is here is also available in Class Notebooks. Ms Herlihy has posted some instructions on how to use Class Notebooks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxBVOADPvro&feature=youtu.be

If you do not have access to a computer or haven’t mastered Class Notebook please continue to send your work to me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or on whatsap.

 

English Reading: Continue to read as much as possible books, papers, comics, magazines and on line. Be sure and read a little everyday.

 

2020 Covid-19 Time Capsule Booklet. Continue working on the Covid-19 Booklet. Try not to do too much at one time. Do a little bit well.

 

Read: Bens Loose Tooth (worksheet) and answer the Questions on the back. You will need to read the story carefully and check your answers by rereading it. Remember to send me the work you have completed by emailing me at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or using  whatsap.

 

Typing.com: Practice a little every day and see does your wpm score improve.

This is another fun poem from Kenn Nesbitt. It is about a teacher who plays Minecraft on the computer all the time.

 

Poem: This is a fantasy poem. Obviously your nose can’t run off your face! If your nose is running it means you need a tissue.

 

My Nose is Running

 

 By Neal Levin

 

My nose is running, yes it is.

It hopped right off my face.

It’s scurrying down the corridor

And hurrying place to place.

 

It’s running through the supermarket

Breathing in the food

And sneezing on the customers

Who think that’s mighty rude.

 

It’s running round the playground

And it’s slipping down the slide.

It leaves a trace of mucus

That was dripping from inside.

 

My nose is running faster

Than my feet-it’s just as well.

I didn’t really need my nose.

My feet can also smell.

 

Maths Khan Academy: Your user name and password are in your homework journal. Use the videos to help you understand. Remember if you make a mistake you can try again and again until  you get it right.

·       Go to Maths. Then to 2nd Grade.

·       Go back to Measurement, data, and geometry

·       Click Shapes and do this lesson.

·       Next go to Measurement, data, and geometry

·       Click Fractions of Shapes and do this lesson.

 

 

Busy at Maths 3. Most boys are working at their own pace. Do one page at a time. Read  each page carefully first, look at the pictures and only then do the sums. Send the work to me on Whatsap or by email to bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie.  

 

Work Sheets: Continue to use the worksheets they are good for practice. Get your mam or dad to check your answers after you start to make sure your getting them right.

EAL Duolingo: If you have access to the internet continue to use Duolingo at home to help improve your English.

Speak a little English every day and watch some English Language Television.

Maths: Everyday do a page of your maths book.

Contact me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

 

Duolingo: Continue a usar duolingo em casa para ajudar a melhorar o seu inglês.

Fale um pouco de inglês todos os dias e assista um pouco de televisão em inglês.

Matemática: Todos os dias fazem uma página do seu livro de matemática.

Entre em contato comigo por e-mail em bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

EAL A.   Read/Leia

Read the story and fill in the missing words. The first one is done for you.

Leia a história e preencha as palavras que faltam. O primeiro é feito para você.

  

João’s Day

 

João is 10 years old and he lives in ___________ (Charleville). He gets up at 8 o’clock every ___________. He washes his ___________ and cleans his teeth. He goes downstairs and eats his ___________. He likes cornflakes for breakfast. He gets his ___________ and goes to school. He likes school.

At school he meets his ___________ and has a chat. School starts at 10 past 9. Breaktime starts at 11 o’clock. João loves ___________because he plays football with his pals. After school he goes home and eats his dinner.

Then he goes out and plays ___________ again. At 6 o’clock he comes home. Then he does his ___________. The family watch television for an hour. At half past 9 João goes to ___________. Sometimes he plays computer games before going to ­___________. He ­___________ FIFA Video games.

breakfast Charleville schoolbag friends
likes breaktime football sleep
homework bed face morning

 

Dia do João

João tem 10 anos e mora em ___________. Ele acorda às 8 horas a toda ___________. Ele lava o ___________ e limpa os dentes. Ele desce as escadas e come seu ___________. Ele gosta de flocos de milho no café da manhã. Ele recebe seu ___________ e vai para a escola. Ele gosta de escola

Na escola, ele conhece seu ___________ e conversa. A escola começa às 9 e 10. O intervalo começa às 11 horas. João adora ___________ porque joga futebol com os amigos. Depois da escola, ele vai para casa e janta.

Então ele sai e toca ___________ novamente. Às 6 horas ele chega em casa. Então ele faz o seu ___________. A família assiste televisão por uma hora. Às 9h30, João vai para ___________. Às vezes, ele joga jogos de computador antes de ir para -___________. Ele FIFA ___________ videogames da FIFA.

 

café da manhã Charleville mochila amigos
gosta intervalo futebol dormir
lição de casa dormir rosto manhã

 

B. True or False/ Verdadeiro ou falso1. ________ João is 11 years old.

2. ________ He likes to play football.

3. ________ João has no friends.

4. ________ He lives in Limerick.

5. ________ He does not like computer games.

 

C. Yes or No – Share your opinion /Sim ou Não – Compartilhe sua opinião

1. ________ João likes all games.

2. ________ He is happy at home.

3. ________ He wants to go to school.

4. ________ He eats breakfast alone.

5. ________ He goes to school on Saturday.

D. Writing / Escreva

Write about your day.  Escreva sobre sua dia.

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

 

School work at home for

Br Ryan’s Class

18th – 22nd May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

Note from your teacher:  Check Mr. Millane’s page for information on the other subjects. Please use the following email address  to contact me bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

I hope everyone is getting on well at home and not missing school too much. It would be nice to see you all again and for you to see your friends. In the meantime we’ll do our best from home.

The work that is here is also available in Class Notebooks. Ms Herlihy has posted some instructions on how to use Class Notebooks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxBVOADPvro&feature=youtu.be

If you do not have access to a computer or haven’t mastered Class Notebook please continue to send your work to me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

 

English Reading: Continue to read as much as possible books, papers, comics, magazines and on line. Be sure and read a little everyday.

 

2020 Covid-19 Time Capsule Booklet. This is a fantastic project to do during the pandemic. It is highly unlikely that anything like this will ever happen again. Fill it in bit by bit. Don’t attempt too much in one go. When it is finished put it away in a safe place. Maybe you will find it and read it when you are older.

 

Get Set: Continue to read one page per day from Get Set. Read until you finish the story “Sheltie and the Runaway”. Let me know which page you are on. Continue to do the activities at the end of the story. Remember to send me the work you have completed by emailing me at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or using  whatsap.

 

Typing.com: Practice a little every day and see does your wpm score improve.

This is another fun poem from Kenn Nesbitt. It is about a teacher who plays Minecraft on the computer all the time.

 

 

Our Teacher Likes Minecraft

 

By  Kenn Nesbitt

 

Our teacher likes Minecraft.
She plays it all day.
She tells us to study
so she can go play.

 

She’ll dig in her mine,
going deeper and deeper,
then fight off a skeleton,
zombie, or creeper.

 

She’ll engineer buildings
from dirt, wood, and stone,
then go out exploring
the landscape alone.

 

She’ll build and collect and
she’ll run, jump, and swing.
There’s only one problem…
we don’t learn a thing.

 

Did you like this poem. How many marks would you give it out of ten.

 

Listen to the poet read this poem at

https://www.poetry4kids.com/poems/our-teacher-likes-minecraft/

Maths Khan Academy: Your user name and password are in your homework journal. Use the videos to help you understand. Remember if you make a mistake you can try again and again until  you get it right.

·       Go to Maths. Then to 2nd Grade.

·       Go back to Measurement, data, and geometry

·       Click Shapes and do this lesson.

·       Next go to Measurement, data, and geometry

·       Click Fractions of Shapes and do this lesson.

 

 

Busy at Maths 3. Most boys are working at their own pace. Do one page at a time. When you reach Time you can take a break. Send the work to me by email to bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie.

 

Work Sheets: This week we’ll do some worksheets to practice addition, multiplication and take away sums. Do your best and let me know how you get on.

Addition – Some ordinary addition and some money sums to keep you busy.

Take Away – Remember that the bigger number must be on top. If the top number is not big enough you must rename.

Multiplication – Use the Multiplication Sheet at the back of your Busy at Maths Book.

EAL Duolingo: If you have access to the internet continue to use Duolingo at home to help improve your English.

 

Speak a little English every day and watch some English Language Television.

 

Maths: Everyday do a page of your maths book.

 

Contact me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

 

Duolingo: Continue a usar duolingo em casa para ajudar a melhorar o seu inglês.

 

Fale um pouco de inglês todos os dias e assista um pouco de televisão em inglês.

 

Matemática: Todos os dias fazem uma página do seu livro de matemática.

 

Entre em contato comigo por e-mail em bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

EAL A – Leia a história em inglês e português

B – Responda às perguntas em inglês

 

A.   Read/Leia

Read the story and fill in the missing words. The first one is done for you.

Leia a história e preencha as palavras que faltam. O primeiro é feito para você.

Cousins Dad Best friend Sister
Parents Uncle Brother Grandfather
Mum Wife Grandparents Teammates
Aunt English Grandmother Ireland

My Family

 

Hello my name is Antonio and this is my favourite photo. This is my ___________ (brother) Joao.  My ___________ Ana, likes to make funny faces. We live in a big house with our  ___________  in Charleville. We like doing many activities at the weekends. I enjoy riding my bike in the park.

My  ___________ is very beautiful and she has long blonde hair. My  ___________ has got short black hair and he likes football. My  ___________ live next to our house. We eat together every Sunday at their house. They have a big backyard and my  ___________ likes to play football with my Dad and my brother.

My Mum , makes all the food with my  ___________. We sometimes call my mum’s sister who doesn’t live in Ireland. They live in Brazil which is about 20 hours far away from us.

My  ___________ and my  ___________ come to  ___________  every two years and they have got two children , Lucas and Amanda. Lucas is 10 years old and Amanda is only 6 years old. She speaks English very well. I miss my  ___________ a lot and I can’t wait to play with them again.  My Dad’s brother is Rafael and his  ___________ is Mariana. They live in Italy.

My  ___________ plays with me every Saturday. His  name is Harry and he is a good footballer. We like playing football and we are on the same school team. We practise every Monday and Thursday for the match with our ___________.

 

 

 

Primos Papai Melhor Amiga irmã
Pais Tio irmão avô
mãe esposa avós companheiros de equipe
Tia Inglês avó Irlanda

 

Minha família

Olá, meu nome é Antonio e esta é minha foto favorita. Este é o meu ___________ (irmão) João. Minha ___________ Ana, gosta de fazer caretas. Vivemos em uma casa grande com nosso ___________ em Charleville. Nós gostamos de fazer muitas atividades nos finais de semana. Gosto de andar de bicicleta no parque.

Meu ___________ é muito bonito e ela tem longos cabelos loiros. Meu ___________ tem cabelo preto curto e ele gosta de futebol. Meu ___________ mora ao lado de nossa casa. Comemos juntos todos os domingos na casa deles. Eles têm um quintal grande e meu ___________ gosta de jogar futebol com meu pai e meu irmão.

Minha mãe faz toda a comida com meu ___________. Às vezes ligamos para a irmã da minha mãe que não mora na Irlanda. Eles moram no Brasil, que fica a cerca de 20 horas longe de nós.

Meu ___________ e meu ___________ vêm para ___________ a cada dois anos e têm dois filhos, Lucas e Amanda. Lucas tem 10 anos e Amanda tem apenas 6 anos. Ela fala inglês muito bem Sinto muita falta do meu ___________ e mal posso esperar para brincar com eles novamente. O irmão do meu pai é Rafael e seu ___________ é Mariana. Eles moram na Itália.

Meu ___________ brinca comigo todos os sábados. O nome dele é Harry e ele é um bom jogador de futebol. Nós gostamos de jogar futebol e estamos no mesmo time da escola. Praticamos toda segunda e quinta-feira para a partida com o nosso ___________.

 

B. True or False/ Verdadeiro ou falso1. ________ My sister is Joao.

2. ________ My Aunt and Uncle have no children.

3. ________ I like to play with my cousins.

4. ________ I live in France.

5. ________ I like to play football.

 

C. Yes or No – Share your opinion /Sim ou Não – Compartilhe sua opinião

1. ________ We are happy in Ireland.

2. ________ We like living beside our grandparents

3. ________ We support the Brazilian football team.

4. ________ We like to eat together.

5. ________ We are a happy family.

 

D. Writing / Escreva

Write about your family? Escreva sobre sua família?

 

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

 

School work at home for

Br Ryan’s Class

11th – 15th May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

Note from your teacher: Check Mr. Millane’s page for information on the other subjects.

Please use the following email address to contact me bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

I hope everyone is getting on well at home and not missing school too much. It would be nice to see you all again and for you to see your friends.

In the meantime we’ll do our best from home.

The work that is here is also available in Class Notebooks. Ms Herlihy has posted some instructions on how to use Class Notebooks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxBVOADPvro&feature=youtu.be

If you do not have access to a computer or haven’t mastered Class Notebook please continue to send your work to me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or on whatsap

 

English Reading: Continue to read as much as possible books, papers, comics, magazines and on line. Be sure and read a little everyday.

Get Set: Everybody is working at their own pace. So Read a page a day and do an exercise each day. Page 111 is far enough for this week. Read: Pg 106 to 111 “Sheltie and the Runaway”. Sally has run away with her pony Minnow. Emma is going to look for them with her pony Sheltie.

Write: Use the activities for the story you are reading at present. Please send answers to me at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or using whatsap. If you have reached the Activities from Page 112 and 113 Well done!

Typing.com: Practice a little every day and see does your wpm score improve.

Poem: This poem is about not touching your face to stop yourself from getting a cold or even the coronavirus. It’s a fun poem.

You’re Not Supposed to Touch Your Face

By Kenn Nesbitt

You’re not supposed to touch your face,

but put your hands some other place,

to keep yourself from catching cold.

At least that’s what I’m often told.

They say that you can touch your thigh,

but never, ever wipe your eye.

It’s fine to touch your knee or shin,

but keep your fingers off your chin.

Your fingertips can hold your hips,

but shouldn’t slip between your lips.

Why, you can even rub your rear,

but hands should not go near your ear.

There’s just one problem I can see.

Though I’m allowed to touch my knee,

my arms, my legs, my feet, and toes,

I don’t know how I’ll pick my nose.

Did you like this poem?

How many marks would you give it out of ten?

There are more poems like this at https://www.poetry4kids.com/poems/youre-not-supposed-to-touch-your-face/

Maths Khan Academy: Your user name and password are in your homework journal.

  • Go to Maths. Then to 2nd Grade.
  • Next go to Measurement, data, and geometry
  • Click Time and do this lesson.
  • Go back to Measurement, data, and geometry
  • Click Shapes and do this lesson.

Busy at Maths 3. Most boys are working at their own pace. Do one page at a time. When you reach Time you can take a break. Send the work to me on Whatsap or by email to bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie.

Chapter 17: Time Pages 92 to 96. Don’t rush these pages!

Think carefully and look at the pictures before answering.

Do one page at a time.

n Page 92 practice ½ past, ¼ past and ¼ to.

On page 93 we count in 5’s. Remember the small hand points to the hour, so count how many minutes past or how many minutes to the 12 at the top of the clock in 5s.

On page 94 Draw a clock to help yourself count the minutes.

On page 95 and 96 use digital time.

Do your best and let me know how you get on. Time is hard and needs lots of practice and patience.

EAL  Duolingo: If you have access to the internet continue to use Duolingo at home to help improve your English.

Speak a little English every day and watch some English Language Television.

Maths: Everyday do a page of your maths book.

Contact me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

If you have access to internet try this site to practice English https://basicenglishspeaking.com/

There are interactive worksheets at the live worksheet site.

Watch the video and answer the questions. https://www.liveworksheets.com/worksheets/en/English_as_a_Second_Language_(ESL)/Present_Simple/Present_Simple_-_Video_gz25996xg https://www.liveworksheets.com/worksheets/en/English_as_a_Second_Language_(ESL)/Past_simple/Past_Simple_Irregular_Verbs_-_Video_ga37680tv

Duolingo: Continue a usar duolingo em casa para ajudar a melhorar o seu inglês. Fale um pouco de inglês todos os dias e assista um pouco de televisão em inglês.

Matemática: Todos os dias fazem uma página do seu livro de matemática. Entre em contato comigo por e-mail em bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie Se você tem acesso à internet experimente este site para praticar inglês https://basicenglishspeaking.com/ Existem planilhas interativas no site da planilha ao vivo. Assista ao vídeo e responda às perguntas. https://www.liveworksheets.com/worksheets/en/English_as_a_Second_Language_(ESL)/Present_Simple/Present_Simple_-_Video_gz25996xg https://www.liveworksheets.com/worksheets/en/English_as_a_Second_Language_(ESL)/Past_simple/Past_Simple_Irregular_Verbs_-_Video_ga37680tv

 

A – Leia a história em inglês e português

B – Responda às perguntas em inglês

Colds /Resfriados

A. Read/Leia Pedro has a cold. His nose is stuffed up, he coughs a lot, and he has a sore throat. He felt fine last night, but now he is very sick. Pedro wants to go home and rest, but he can’t. He is an accountant and payroll is due today. He needs to print and sign payroll checks so the employees get paid on time. Pedro’s boss went on a business trip to London. He won’t be back until next week. Before he left, he asked Pedro to take care of the office. There are twenty office workers, and they are all very busy. Hopefully, they won’t catch Pedro’s cold. If the employees catch colds, they might take several days off work.

Pedro está resfriado. Seu nariz está entupido, ele tosse muito e está com dor de garganta. Ele se sentiu bem ontem à noite, mas agora está muito doente. Pedro quer ir para casa e descansar, mas não pode. Ele é contador e a folha de pagamento está vencida hoje. Ele precisa imprimir e assinar cheques da folha de pagamento para que os funcionários sejam pagos a tempo. O chefe de Pedro fez uma viagem de negócios a Londres. Ele não voltará até a próxima semana. Antes de sair, ele pediu a Pedro para cuidar do escritório. Existem vinte funcionários de escritório e todos estão muito ocupados. Felizmente, eles não pegam o resfriado de Pedro. Se os funcionários ficarem resfriados, eles poderão tirar vários dias de folga do trabalho.

B. True or False/ Verdadeiro ou falso

1. ________ Pedro is sick.

2. ________ All twenty office workers are busy.

3. ________ Pedro’s boss is on vacation.

4. ________ An accountant needs to be good at math.

5. ________ Employees get payroll checks.

C. Yes or No – Share your opinion /Sim ou Não – Compartilhe sua opinião

1. ________ Pedro should stay at work.

2. ________ Pedro should go home immediately and eat chicken soup.

3. ________ The employees should avoid touching their nose, eyes, and mouth.

4. ________ Pedro should cover his mouth when he coughs.

5. ________ It’s okay if the employees get paid late.

D. Writing / Escreva What do you do when you have a cold? O que você faz quando está resfriado? ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________

School work at home for

Br Ryan’s Class

5th – 8th May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

Note from your teacher: Check Mr. Millane’s page for information on the other subjects. Please use the following email address to contact me bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

I hope everybody is getting on well at home and that you are helping your Mam and Dad around the house and garden.

The weather is not as fine anymore so there will be more time for homework.

If you are using Class notebook please continue to send your work to me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or on whatsapp

 

English Reading: Continue to read as much as possible books, papers, comics, magazines and on line.

Be sure and read a little everyday.

Get Set: Read: Pg 106 to 111 “Sheltie and the Runaway”. Sally has run away with her pony Minnow. Emma is going to look for them with her pony Sheltie.

Write: Activities from Page 112 and 113. Please send answers to me at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or using whatsap

Typing.com: Practice a little every day and see does your wpm score improve.

Poem: This is another poem by Kenn Nesbitt.

I Bought a Maserati

by Kenn Nesbitt

I bought a Maserati

and a new Mercedes-Benz,

plus a brand new Lamborghini

I could show off to my friends.

I purchased a Ferrari and an Aston Martin too,

and a Porsche and a Jaguar

and a BMW.

I had them all delivered

to my mansion in the hills.

I like to sit and look at them,

imagining the thrills.

For though it’s fun to be

the richest nine-year-old alive,

I’m sure I’ll like it better

when I’m old enough to drive.

Did you like this poem. How many marks would you give it out of ten?

There are more poems like this at https://www.poetry4kids.com/poems/i-bought-a-maserati/

Maths Khan Academy: Your user name and password are in your homework journal.

  • · Go to Maths. Then to 2nd Grade.
  • · Next go to Measurement, data, and geometry
  • · Scroll down to Picture Graphs and do this lesson.
  • · Nest scroll down Bar Graphs and do this lesson.
  • · Then scroll down to Line Plots and do this lesson.

Busy at Maths 3. Chapter 17: Chance Pages 92 to 96. Don’t rush these pages! Think carefully and look at the pictures before answering. Do one page at a time.

On Page 92 practice ½ past, ¼ past and ¼ to.

On page 93 we count in 5’s. Remember the small hand points to the hour, so count how many minutes past or how many minutes to the 12 at the top of the clock in 5s.

On page 94 Draw a clock to help yourself count the minutes.

On page 95 and 96 use digital time.

Do your best and let me know how you get on. Time is hard and needs lots of practice and patience.

EAL  Duolingo: If you have access to the internet continue to use Duolingo at home to help improve your English.

Speak a little English every day and watch some English Language Television.

Maths: Everyday do a page of your maths book.

Contact me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

If you have access to internet try this site to practice English https://basicenglishspeaking.com/

There are interactive worksheets at the live worksheet site. Try these

https://www.liveworksheets.com/jq21324vn https://www.liveworksheets.com/na601gy https://www.liveworksheets.com/sf7167cf https://www.liveworksheets.com/qe1735hg https://www.liveworksheets.com/qp20886hy

Duolingo: Continue a usar duolingo em casa para ajudar a melhorar o seu inglês.

Fale um pouco de inglês todos os dias e assista um pouco de televisão em inglês.

Matemática: Todos os dias fazem uma página do seu livro de matemática.

Entre em contato comigo por e-mail em bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Se você tem acesso à internet experimente este site para praticar inglês https://basicenglishspeaking.com

Existem planilhas interativas no site da planilha ao vivo. Tente esse https://www.liveworksheets.com/jq21324vn https://www.liveworksheets.com/na601gy https://www.liveworksheets.com/sf7167cf https://www.liveworksheets.com/qe1735hg https://www.liveworksheets.com/qp20886hy

EAL A – Por favor, Traduza o parágrafo para o português

B – Responda as perguntas em inglês

School work at home for

Br Ryan’s Class

27th April – 1st May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

Note from your teacher: Check Mr. Millane’s page for information on the other subjects. Please use the following email address to contact me bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie I hope everyone is keeping well and enjoying the fine weather. I have listed some work for this week below. Do your best and don’t worry, all work will be revised when we get back to school. Using your phone, photograph your completed work and send it to me by email or on whatsap. If you are having difficulty with work please contact me and let me know. Next week 3rd , 4th , 5th and 6th Class boys will be using Class Notebook to submit their work. More about that next week!

 

English Reading: Continue to read as much as possible books, papers, comics, magazines and on line. Be sure and read a little everyday.

Poem: Read Falling Asleep in Class and figure out who has gone asleep. Draw a Picture of the Incident.

Falling Asleep in Class

by Kenn Nesbitt

I fell asleep in class today,

as I was awfully bored.

I laid my head upon my desk

and closed my eyes and snored.

I woke to find a piece of paper

sticking to my face.

I’d slobbered on my textbooks,

and my hair was a disgrace.

My clothes were badly rumpled,

and my eyes were glazed and red.

My binder left a three-ring

indentation in my head.

I slept through class, and probably

I would have slept some more,

except my students woke me as they headed out the door.

 

There are more poems like this at https://www.poetry4kids.com/poems/falling-asleep-in-class/

Get Set: Read: Pg 106 to 111 “Sheltie and the Runaway” This is a story about Emma and her pony Sheltie. They are looking for Sally who has runaway with her pony Minnow.

Write: Activities from Page 112 and 113. Answer B First Impressions honestly and carefully. Please send answers to me at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Typing.com: Practice a little every day and see does your wpm score improve.

Maths Khan Academy: Your user name and password are in your homework journal.

  • · Go to Maths. Then to 2nd Grade.
  • · Next go to Measurement, data, and geometry
  • · Scroll down to Picture Graphs and do this lesson.
  • · Nest scroll down Bar Graphs and do this lesson.
  • · Then scroll down to Line Plots and do this lesson.

Busy at Maths 3. Chapter 17: Chance Pages 92 to 96. Don’t rush these pages! Think carefully and look at the pictures before answering. Do one page at a time. You will need help with some of these questions.

EAL  Duolingo: If you have access to the internet continue to use Duolingo at home to help improve your English.

Speak a little English every day and watch some English Language Television.

Maths: Everyday do a page of your maths book.

Contact me by email at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

If you have access to internet try this site to practice English https://basicenglishspeaking.com/

Duolingo: Continue a usar duolingo em casa para ajudar a melhorar o seu inglês.

Fale um pouco de inglês todos os dias e assista um pouco de televisão em inglês.

Matemática: Todos os dias fazem uma página do seu livro de matemática.

Entre em contato comigo por e-mail em bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Se você tem acesso à internet experimente este site para praticar inglês https://basicenglishspeaking.com

EAL Expressing Likes:                Expressando gostos:

I like…                                         Eu gosto…

I love…                                        Eu amo…

I enjoy…                                     Eu gosto…

I adore…                                    Eu adoro…

I‘m crazy about…                    Eu sou louco por…

I’m mad about…                     Sou louca por…

I’m keen on…                         Estou interessado em …

Por favor, traduza para o português (Please translate into Portuguese)

I like dogs.

I love cooking.

I enjoy playing football.

I’m crazy about pizza.

I’m fond of rock music.

Do you like tennis? Yes, I do.

Crie um novo exemplo para cada frase (Make up a new example for each phrase)

Expressing dislikes:           Expressando desgostos:

I don’t like…                              Eu não gosto …

I dislike…                                   Eu não gosto …

I hate…                                       Eu odeio …

I can’t bear…                             Eu não aguento …

I can’t stand…                           Eu não suporto

Por favor, traduza para o português (Please translate into Portuguese)

I don’t like him.

I can’t stand these people.

I can’t stand this smell.

I don’t like washing dishes.

I hate going to the dentist.

Crie um novo exemplo para cada frase (Make up a new example for each phrase)

Please email Brother Ryan at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Fourth Class Maths and English Group:

Reading: Please read as much as possible during this time. Read online if books are not available. Read a little every day.

Get Set: Read: Water: Pages 88 to 91. Read at least one page every day. Read the Title of the Story. Look at the pictures. Read the first paragraph. Figure out what the story is about and only then start reading. Find out the meaning of new words.

Write: Exercises Pg 92 and Pg 93. Write the answers in Word and send them to me at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or write them in your copy and don’t lose it.

News: Write 15 lines about staying at home. Either type them in Word and send them to me at bryan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or write them in your copy.

Maths: Khanacademy: using your username and password from your Homework Journal. Do the section on Early Maths.

Busy at Maths: (Chapter 13 Money and Chapter 14 Multiplication should be completed. If not then do these chapters first. A page a day is plenty.)

Chapter 15: Division – by 3,6 and 9. Pages 84,85 and 86.

Group:   Typing.com.

EAL:       Duolingo; Worksheets. Use as much English as possible each day.

Fourth Class Maths and English Group:

Get Set: Lesson:  The Legend of the Worst Boy in the World Pages 68 to 74. Exercises on Pg 76 and 77.
 Lesson:  Her Mother’s Face Pages 78 to 85. Exercises on Pages 86 and 87.
Please use Word to write two stories on computer if you have one!
Busy at Maths 3: Chapter 13 Money One Pages 74,75 and 76.   A Quick Look Back 4 Page 62.   A Quick Look Back 5 Page 77. Chapter 14 Multiplication 2 By 3,6 and 9. Pages 78, 79, 80 and 81.
Khan Academy: Using user name and password from Homework Journal. Try Early Maths.
EAL A number of English worksheets copies attached