Bakers Rd., Co. Cork- Roll No.16681Q

Mr. Carroll

School work at home for Mr.Carroll’s Class

25th-29th May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

 

Dear Parents/guardians and pupils.

I hope everyone is well. As you know we have only a few weeks left now “in school”, so I am going to reduce the work we have been doing. The boys have worked really hard since March 12th in strange circumstances and have really done themselves and the school proud.

We will concentrate now on the core subjects and revision in those. I will also assign quizzes for the boys that are signed up to Quizizz and some art also. As always, the boys can only do what they can fit in at home as everyone is in different situations so please don’t be worried about completing activities or exercises! SPHE resources have been shared with your parents for this week.

If you have any questions please contact me at jcarroll@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Best wishes,

J. Carroll

 

English Spellings:

Pick one new word each day, the word can be from anywhere, it can be a word your parents use, a word from the newspaper, a magazine, from the television or the radio or the internet.

·       Learn how to spell it [use Look-Say-Cover-Write-Check]

·       Write a definition in your own words for the new word (A definition explains the word)

·       Draw a picture to go with the word that tells you what the word means

Reading:

GET EPIC- Four books will be assigned on Sunday night for the week.

It is vital that your son is reading!

Here is the link again https://www.getepic.com/sign-in/educator , Login code zkc1142. If you are finding it difficult to log in please get in touch by email.

Oral language:

Use your new word in a conversation during the day or the week!

Gaeilge L.135 Bun go Barr- go through the vocabulary and make sure you are familiar with it
Maths Revise pg. 66 -73 on fractions in your Busy at Maths

Go through the questions and try to do them in your head and find an answer. You don’t have to write them all down. Make a list of the ones you are stuck on and I will go through them with you!

Quiz Log in at  https://quizizz.com/join?class=N165294

Quizzes will be assigned Sunday night for next week!

PE  

Make sure boys that you are getting out and keeping active! Try not to be sitting down all day doing your homework!  If you are out playing send your pictures or videos of you keeping active at home to Ms. Herlihy or myself at sherlihy@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or jcarroll@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

 

Joe Wicks is running his 30 minute PE lessons live at 9am every morning, this would be a great way to start your day with all of your family https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=joe+wicks+PE+

 

 

 

School work at home for Mr.Carroll’s Class

18th – 22nd May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

 

A thuismitheoirí, a chaomhnaóirí agus a bhuachaillí,

Hope everyone is enjoying the fine weather, it’s starting to feel like summer! I have attached an outline of the work for the coming week. If anyone has any difficulty with any of the links or if any of the PowerPoints are not working please let me know as soon as you can so I can fix them.

This week we are going to try some quizzes. There is a link here which you must copy and paste. The class name is Rang a Trí JC, there won’t be any quizzes up until I have at least 10 of the class signed up.

Have a good week.

Le meas,

J. Carroll

 

English Spellings:

General Revision, wk. 35.

Pick 5 words each day to make 5 sentences with. Concentrate on the words you find difficult to spell or the ones that you find hard to remember.

Complete Exercise 1 please.

Writing/Reading:

From this week on boys I am not giving you any more work from the Talking Horse. We will be concentrating on reading from Get Epic and doing some comprehension work which I will put up for you.

I cannot stress how important it is to be reading for all boys in 3rd class. There are many, many benefits to reading in the short, and long term so please encourage the boys to engage with Get Epic and read!

 

GET EPIC-

Read these and see what you think- Soldier bear

Tell Me Why

                                                                 The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906

                                                                  Mystery Maths

 

Here is the link again https://www.getepic.com/sign-in/educator , Login code zkc1142. If you are finding it difficult to log in please get in touch by email.

 

Oral language:

I want you to read the poem Spaghetti! Spaghetti! Make sure you read it with lots of expression, changing your voice, being serious or funny, use your hands and body to make the poem exciting (And answer the questions at the end).

 

Spaghetti! spaghetti!

You’re wonderful stuff,

I love you, spaghetti, I can’t get enough.

You’re covered in sauce

And you’re sprinkled with cheese,

Spaghetti! Spaghetti!

Oh, give me some more please.

Spaghetti! spaghetti!

Piled high in a mound,

you wiggle, you wiggle,

you squiggle around.

There’s slurpy spaghetti all over my plate,

spaghetti! spaghetti!

I think you are great.

Spaghetti! spaghetti!

I love you a lot,

you’re slishy, you’re sloshy,

delicious and hot.

I gobble you down oh,

I can’t get enough,

spaghetti! spaghetti!

you’re wonderful stuff.

By Jack Prelutsky

 

1. What is the poem about?

2. What is sprinkled over the spaghetti?

3. What words does the author use to describe the spaghetti?

4. Find the words in the poem that rhyme with the following words: stuff, cheese, plate, mound.

5. Why do you think the poet gobbles down his spaghetti?

6. Do you like spaghetti? Why?

7. Why do you think the poet is eating alone?

8. What is your favourite part of this poem? Why

Gaeilge Dia Duit- l.14-19

Leigh an scéal, téigh ar ais tríd an fóclóir agus dean na ceachtanna.

Read the story, revise the vocabulary and do the exercises.

Do a section every day.

OR

If you are able can you tune in agus féach ar an glár seo ar TG4 i rith an seachtaine (Tune in and watch Cúla 4). You must tray and pick out some new words from the programme and write them down for your homework, you must also practise saying these words. Bain triail as! (Try it)

https://www.cula4.com/ga/clair/cula4-ar-scoil/

Maths Division:

Chapter 15- We are going to revise the work we did on division. You can work your way through the chapter from page 84-86 over the week.

Chapter 26: Do page 137- don’t go further than this.

Khan Academy- Division tasks to support your revision- login at https://www.khanacademy.org/

Science This week we will have a look at Forces. There is a Power Point you must watch and then an experiment for you to do

Forces experiment.pdf

Forces PP 3rd class.ppt

Quiz This week we are going to try a quiz! Log in using this link https://quizizz.com/join?class=N165294  when you have added yourself to the class I will assign a quiz for you!
PE  

Make sure boys that you are getting out and keeping active! Try not to be sitting down all day doing your homework!  If you are out playing send your pictures or videos of you keeping active at home to Ms. Herlihy or myself at sherlihy@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or jcarroll@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Joe Wicks is running his 30 minute PE lessons live at 9am every morning, this would be a great way to start your day with all of your family https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=joe+wicks+PE+

SPHE It’s hugely important to stay positive and remember that you will get to see your friends and extended family when this is over. Your extended family are your cousins and grandparents, uncles and aunts. It can be very difficult being stuck at home all the time so it’s important to be positive and try and be happy. Of course, you can’t be happy all the time and that’s okay too.

I have attached a ‘Happiness Journal’ here that you can do if you like.

C:\Users\school\Desktop\Happiness journal.pdf

 

School work at home for Mr.Carroll’s Class

11th – 15th May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

thuismitheoirí, a chaomhnaóirí agus a bhuachaillí, 

 I hope everyone had a reasonable week given the circumstances. As you all know by now the boys will not be back in school until September. This is obviously the first time anything like this has ever happened so I just want to say again that if you need any help with school work or guidance around school work please contact me. You can email me at jcarroll@charlevillecbsprimary.ie  or if you would prefer to speak to me by phone let me know through email or Microsoft Teams and I will telephone you. 

 An outline of work/activities for the boys is attached here as well as resources. I am encouraging all pupils in 3rd class now to have a go at using Class Notebook. It is very easy and if you contact me, I can help you with it. 

 I have a slight change in the Gaeilge work this week. I am giving the boys the choice of watching Cúla 4 on TG4 in the morning, if this is possible and they write down some of the words or phrases they hear. It’s important to be hearing the language used now that we’re not in school. If the situation at home doesn’t allow for this they can do revision work I have detailed from Bun Go Barr. 

 Cuimhnigí, fan s’abhaile, nigh do lámha agus bígí slán 

 Le meas

J. Carroll

 

English Spellings:  

General Revision, wk. 34. Pick 5 words each day to make 5 sentences with. Concentrate on the words you find difficult to spell or the ones that you find hard to remember. 

Do Exercise 1 over Monday and Tuesday, for example half each day and do ex.2 Wednesday and Thursday. 

 

Writing/Reading:  

Talking Horse-Unit 24The Scarlet Rose– Read the story, pick out the words you don’t understand and look them up in a dictionary or online. 

Use the dictionary if you are stuck,  https://kids.wordsmyth.net/we/  

Complete exercises A to G over the week. 

 

The Get Epic readers have now read 851 books, this is FANTASTIC! Lets see if we can get to 1000!  

Here is the link again https://www.getepic.com/sign-in/educator , Login code zkc1142 

 

This week I have ‘assigned’ two books for you to read on GET EPIC. I am not sure if everyone is reading and using GET EPIC so this is a part of your homework for the coming week.  

The first book is called ‘Before she was Harriet’ and the second book is ‘Garvey’s Choice’You will find these in Assignments when you log in 

 

Oral language:  

Last week you were talking about Birds of Prey. This week I want you to act out one of the following scenes and use the language that you think might go with this. You can write out the dialogue as well if you like. Dialogue is what conversation between two people is called! 

 

Scenario 1: You are a mouse. Suddenly, you see a bird of prey hovering above you. How will you make your escape?  

Scenario 2:  You have just noticed that there is an extra-large egg in your nest. You think it belongs to Mrs Cuckoo. What do you do?  

Scenario 3:  You are walking through a forest and you find a beautiful bird captured in a trap. A hunter has trapped this bird for its feathers. What will you do? 

Scenario 4:  You are a starving bird of prey. You can’t find any mammals to eat. Explain how you hope to survive. 

Scenario 5:  You are a zookeeper. You notice that the flamingos are all gone from the zoo. Tell what happens.  

Scenario 6:  You are a swallow migrating to Africa. Suddenly, as you are flying over the sea, you feel very tired. There is no land in sight. Tell what happens 

Gaeilge Dia Duit– l.813 

Leigh an scéaltéigh ar ais tríd an fóclóir agus dean na ceachtanna 

Read the story, revise the vocabulary and do the exercises.  

Do a section every day. 

OR 

 If you are able can you tune in agus féach ar an glár seo ar TG4 i rith an seachtaine (Tune in and watch Cúla 4). You must tray and pick out some new words from the programme and write them down for your homework, you must also practise saying these words. Bain triail as! (Try it)  

https://www.cula4.com/ga/clair/cula4-ar-scoil/  

  

Maths Division: Chapter 10- We are going to revise the work we did on division. You can work your way through the chapter from page 56-61 over the week.  

 Khan Academy- there are revision tasks on Khan Academy for you this week- login at https://www.khanacademy.org/ 

History Unit 11: Egypt  

Read and complete the exercises. 

There is a PowerPoint attached here C:\Users\school\Desktop\Ancient and modern Egypt powerpoint.pptx 

RE/Art  There are some mindfulness colouring pages here to link in with Egypt from geography and also some wordsearch pages 

C:\Users\school\Desktop\Ancient Egypt wordsearch.pdf 

C:\Users\school\Desktop\Egyptian mindfulness colouring pages.pdf 

PE

Make sure boys that you are getting out and keeping active! Try not to be sitting down all day doing your homework!  If you are out playing send your pictures or videos of you keeping active at home to Ms. Sheedy at msheedy@charlevillecbsprimary.ie  

 Joe Wicks is running his 30 minute PE lessons live at 9am every morning, this would be a great way to start your day with all of your family https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=joe+wicks+PE+ 

SPHE It’s hugely important to stay positive and remember that you will get to see your friends and extended family when this is over. Your extended family are your cousins and grandparents, uncles and aunts. It can be very difficult being stuck at home all the time so it’s important to be positive and try and be happy. Of course, you can’t be happy all the time and that’s okay too.  

I have attached a ‘Happiness Journal’ here that you can do if you like. 

 C:\Users\school\Desktop\Happiness journal.pdf 

 

School work at home for Mr.Carroll’s Class

5th – 8th May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

Dear parents/guardians and pupils,

Hope you are all well. Here is an outline of work for this week. As always if you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me, either on teams or by email at jcarroll@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Power-points will be uploaded at the beginning of the week. Enjoy the bank holiday weekend.

Fan s’abhaile agus bígí slán!

Le gach dea-ghuí,

J. Carroll

 

English Spellings:  

Week 33 is General Revision. Pick 5 words each day to make 5 sentences with. Concentrate on the words you find difficult to spell or the ones that you find hard to remember. Do Exercises 1, 2 and 3 as well during the week.

Writing/Reading:  

Talking Horse-Unit 23, Animals Growing and Changing- Read the story, pick out the words you don’t understand and look them up in a dictionary or online. There is a link here for a dictionary you can use. https://kids.wordsmyth.net/we/ Complete exercises A to F over the week.

I am really impressed with the boys who are reading so much and using Get Epic. There are loads of great books on there so make sure you try and read at least one a week. Here is the link again https://www.getepic.com/sign-in/educator and the ACCESS CODE is zkc1142.

Do a book report on the book you read this week. You can use the template from last week again!

Oral language:  

I want you to concentrate on Birds this week. Try and come up with names and species of birds that you know already and try to find out some new ones. I want you to see what you can find out about ‘birds of prey’, what are they, are they birds who go to

mass and pray? Make a list of all the vocabulary you discover on the topic of birds and birds of prey.

Gaeilge Dia Duit- l.2-7

Leigh an scéal, téigh ar ais tríd an fóclóir agus dean na ceachtanna.

Read the story, revise the vocabulary and do the exercises. Make sure you know ‘An bhfuil tú? , Táim/Nílim really well. It’s a really important one, Are you? I am/I am not.

Do a section every day.

Maths Money: Chapter 33- pp.169-172

This chapter is just doing slightly more complicated sums with money, adding and subtracting. If you get stuck on something ask me.

This week revise your 4 times tables

Science  This week I’m going to ask you to do a project on an Irish inventor! I want you to look at the PowerPoint which will be online about Famous Irish Scientists and then use the internet or any books you can find at home, or ask questions and find out about an Irish person who invented something. There are lots of them. I want you to do a project like the ones we did in school. Remember concentrate on; Who were they-What did they do-Where were they from-When did it happen-Why/How did they invent this?

Here are some other links that might help you. https://science.howstuffworks.com/innovation/inventions/5-inventions-for-kids.htm https://www.siliconrepublic.com/innovation/women-science-history-ireland https://www.claddaghdesign.com/ireland/17-weird-and-wonderful-irish-inventions/

RE/Art  Now we are in the month of May, this is traditionally associated with Our Lady. I have a PowerPoint online for you and a worksheet which you can complete. Don’t forget to say the Hail Mary and remember all the people who are working hard to keep us safe from the Coronavirus.
PE

You should be trying to get in at least 60 minutes of moderate-vigorous intensity exercise daily. Complete the Run a Day Challenge if it is possible to do so with social distancing. We hope to apply for our Active Flag when we are back to school. Make a chart to monitor your progress. Send your pictures or videos of you keeping active at home to Ms. Sheedy at msheedy@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Joe Wicks is running his 30 minute PE lessons live at 9am every morning, this would be a great way to start your day with all of your family

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=joe+wicks+PE+

SPHE The Great Isolation Journal https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gasHX74OYHHH4hrrP5Y823FarA_TgnuI/view

Has 30+ different activities to complete. If it can’t be printed a lot of the activities could be done in a copy or typed up.

School work at home for Mr.Carroll’s Class

27th April – 1st May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

Dear parents/guardians and pupils, 

 Hope you are all well. This week we will be sending you information on Class Notebook which you can find on Teams next to Assignments. It’s a different way of doing your school work and some of you might like to try it out. You can still upload your work as you have done so far if you prefer.  

 Some of you did all of last week’s work in a day, this is okay but it might be better for yourself if you space out the work so that you have a little to do each day or every second day, it is up to you! 

 Here is an outline of work for this week. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact mee either on teams  or by email at jcarroll@charlevillecbsprimary.ie  

 Make sure to get out in the sunshine and fresh air, the weather is just fantastic! 

 Best wishes, 

J. Carroll

 

English Spellings:  

Week 32 is Revision. Go back through weeks 25 to 31 and pick 5 words each day to make 5 sentences with. Maybe concentrate on the words you find difficult to spell or the ones that you find hard to remember. Do Exercises 1, 2 and 3 during the week. 

Writing/Reading:  

Talking Horse-Unit 22 The Frightened Scarecrow- Read the story, pick out the words you don’t understand and look them up in a dictionary or online. There is a link here for a dictionary you can use. https://kids.wordsmyth.net/we/  

Complete exercises A to F over the week. 

Make sure you are reading- Write a few lines to tell me about a book you are reading. I am attaching a template for a book report here. It is also available on Class Notebook  

Oral language:  

I have attached a page with questions for Oral language on transport that you can answer, you can do these orally (by saying the answers out loud) or you can write the answers if you want to. 

Gaeilge Bun Go Barr, l.121-123  

‘Rug’ is the verb to catch and it is used with ‘ar an’  

Scríobh amach an briathar ‘Rug’, mar shampla, Rug , Rug  srl. (srl. Stands for ‘agus ar eile’, in English we say ‘etc’ which is actually Latin and is short for ‘et cetera’. It means ‘and the rest’. 

Exercise G is looking at uimhreacha. You will be doing sentences which tell you how many people were doing something.  

L.122- Foghliam an briathar seo– An ndeachaigh? (Did you go?), Chuaigh / dheachaigh  ( I went/I didn’t go) 

L.123- Na míonna agus na séasúir. 

Téigh ar ais tríd na briathra ar l.138 and revise! 

Maths Mon-Finish page 164 on Area- Ask yourself what is area and what is area used for ? 

Tuesday- Capacity. There will be a PowerPoint on Teams and Notebook to help you – Do page 165 

Wed- Page 166 

Thurs- Page 167 

Fri- Page 168 

Revise 9 times tables 

Geography Unit 7 – Ireland- People and places- I am suggesting that you do a page a day if you want but it’s up to you. I want you to draw the Map of Ireland and learn the counties that go with each province off by heart, yes ‘off by heart’, you can do the exercises on page 44 and page 46. 
Music Tune for tin whistle attached  
PE

Active HOME Week’ Challenge (April 27th – May 3rd)

As you know ‘Active SCHOOL Week’ takes place every year and is a really enjoyable part of the school year for many children. This year, because of Covid-19 it is not possible for this to go ahead right now so we are asking you to participate in the Active HOME Week challenge instead.

 

ABOUT the Challenge

The idea of the #ActiveHomeWeek challenge is to:

·        Reach out to parents/guardians to support the work that is taking place in their school

·        Support parents by providing them with ideas and a challenge format to encourage children to build physical activity into their day

·        Encourage children to find NEW ways of being physically active that they ENJOY

·        Raise awareness about the fact that children need at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day

To complete the challenge children have to find four different ways of being active every day making sure that this add up to 60 MINUTES, or more. Children are encouraged to try something NEW, have FUN with a family activity and to ENJOY the week!

 

IDEAS

There are so many great physical activity suggestions in circulation at the moment from local/national sports clubs, role models and agencies that we decided to organise them into an IDEAS word cloud graphic. All of the activities in the word cloud can be viewed ‘in action’ and ‘in the one place’ @activeflag  The Twitter feed includes activities to suit children of all ages, abilities and interests with indoor and outdoor options and ideas about how to make sports equipment out of every day household items. It’s definitely worth a look

The word cloud is designed to make it easy for parents and children to find ways to complete the challenge, but children don’t have to stick with just these ideas. They can use activities, not listed here, that they are already doing or create new activities of their own. You might decide as a school to suggest activities or to create your own school/teacher challenges! 

CHALLENGE Charts

 

Parents are welcome to return the completed challenge charts to your school in whatever manner is easiest for them, and in whatever way that suits your school best.

 

  • Hand drawn chart – Completed, photographed and sent back as an attachment to an email to Ms. Sheedy.
  • Printed out chart – Completed, photographed and sent back as an attachment to an email to Ms Sheedy.
  • Fillable PDF – Saved as a file, completed and returned as an attachment to an email to Ms Sheedy.

Send your pictures or videos of you keeping active at home to Ms. Sheedy at msheedy@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Joe Wicks is running his 30 minute PE lessons live at 9am every morning, this would be a great way to start your day with all of your family https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=joe+wicks+PE+

SPHE The Great Isolation Journal https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gasHX74OYHHH4hrrP5Y823FarA_TgnuI/view

Has 30+ different activities to complete. If it can’t be printed a lot of the activities could be done in a copy or typed up.

Drama/Oral Language Lots of Drama/Oral Language activities on https://www.twinkl.ie/resources/roi-resources feel free to assign specific activities if you like.

School work at home for Mr.Carroll’s Class

20th – 24th April 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

Dear parents/guardians and pupils,

Hope you all had a lovely Easter, in spite of the lockdown. The winner of the Easter Egg competition was Conor Bohane! Conor made a fantastic Easter bonnet! It looked really well. Conor’s egg is on its way by post!

Here is an outline of work for this week. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me, jcarroll@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or on Teams

There is no rush to have work completed at a certain time. It is there to help you so you do it when it is suitable for you and your family so it can be done at any time over the course of the week. I will still be checking Teams as we were doing before Easter.

I will email the work to parents who do not have access to Teams.

The weeks focus for SESE will be History, next week will be science and the week after Geography.

There are lots of Art resources on the school website so don’t forget to keep an eye on this as well www.charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Best wishes,

J. Carroll

 

English Spellings:

Week 31, Blocks 109 to 112, 5 sentences each night.

Writing/Reading:

Talking Horse-Unit 21 The Dreamer

Hopefully we will also do a short book report on a book you read over the Easter holidays from GET EPIC

Oral language: Automobiles- Language associated with cars- makes etc.

Gaeilge Bun Go Barr , l.110-111 Monday and Tuesday.

Start Ag súgradh sa Pháirc on page 118-119 on Wednesday

Maths Mon-Tuesday will be revision on Page 160, A Quick Look Back and Page 151 on Time

Wednesday to Friday – AREA, on page 161-163

Some of this content may be new.

REMEMBER: Tutorials and interactive games are free for you to use at the following CJFallon.ie link (if they ask, please provide your student office 365 email and name):

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20684/BAM3_Tutorial_100/lessons/BAM3_Tutorial_100/index.html

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20684/BAM3_Tutorial_101/lessons/BAM3_Tutorial_101/index.html

Tasks will be assigned on Khan Academy for Wednesday to Friday

History Small World Unit 16- Transport.
Music https://dabbledoomusic.com/ has free access for parents during the Covid-19 Closure

I will upload a tune, music and notes for the boys to learn on their tin-whistle this week.

PE You should be trying to get in at least 60 minutes of moderate-vigorous intensity exercise daily.

Complete the Run a Day Challenge if it is possible to do so with social distancing. We hope to apply for our Active Flag when we are back to school. Make a chart to monitor your progress. Send your pictures or videos of you keeping active at home to Ms. Sheedy at msheedy@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Joe Wicks is running his 30 minute PE lessons live at 9am every morning, this would be a great way to start your day with all of your family https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=joe+wicks+PE+

SPHE The Great Isolation Journal https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gasHX74OYHHH4hrrP5Y823FarA_TgnuI/view

Has 30+ different activities to complete. If it can’t be printed a lot of the activities could be done in a copy or typed up.

Drama/Oral Language Lots of Drama/Oral Language activities on https://www.twinkl.ie/resources/roi-resources feel free to assign specific activities if you like.

 

March 30th- April 3rd Mr. Carroll, 3rd class

Dear parents/guardians and pupils,

Here is an outline for this week’s work. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me, jcarroll@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

All school work will be put up on Teams every night so it can be completed the following day if that suits.

Best wishes,

J. Carroll, 3rd class

Maths:

We will continue with the topic of Weight this week. Tasks will focus primarily on problem solving with weight. These will be from Busy at Maths 3 and I will upload a Power Point with word problems at the start of the week. The boys will do two questions per night. There may be some Khan Academy questions also but the boys will be told on Teams what they have.

Gaeilge:

We will be moving to a new section in our Bun Go Barr this week. Ceacht 17- Sos do Dháidí. There will also be some Irish sentences to do so the boys can practise their verbs and a little bit of oral work to practise our spoken Irish. Don’t forget to to play Deir Ó Grádaigh or Feicim rud éigint.

English:

Spellings:

Week 30, Blocks 105 to 108, 5 sentences each night.

Oral Language:

Holidays will be the topic

Writing/Reading:

Comprehension work-Cloze Procedures and Talking Horse and any book that they like to read themselves for pleasure.

Hopefully we will also do a short book report.

Geography: Small World Unit 16- We will finish The Sun this week.

 

Week 1 &2

Mr. Carroll has all pupils set up on MS Teams and has given login details for this.

 You are more than welcome to contact Mr. Carroll during the school closure on:  jcarroll@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Here are the details of his assigned tasks:

A. Khan Academy- Video, four questions to do and article to read

B. Two blocks of spellings to be completed and two accompanying exercises.

C. Some Irish verbs to learn

D. Tom Crean Cloze procedure/comprehension

St. Patrick’s Day wordsearch as well and a Mother’s Day card to download.

Mr,. Carroll will set tasks and homework for them every morning Monday to Friday.

Maths: Khan Academy

Whole class access-

Wednesday Thursday Friday-this week

Division-Remainders

(Revision of work)

Video, article and four questions to do Intro’ to remainders video Four questions Divide with remainders- 4 q’s Artic