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

Mr. Neenan

School work at home for Mr. Neenan’s 4th & 5th Class

15th-19th June 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

Hello boys,

We all have reached another milestone in this time of Covid-19, that milestone being the last full week of the school year. It has been a strange time for all and a difficult time for many. For all of you who have worked to this end, there is great credit due to you, the students, and to your parents and household members who live at home with you. As we say in class, “take a bow!”

This is a more gentle week of revision, revisiting interests and fun. I am leaving the link on bees and pollinators in the geography/ science section of our homework, on how we may help the bees and learn about one of the most important and clever creatures in nature.

As you are now aware all teachers are using One Note on Office 365 to post school work to you. You should now be able to submit your completed work to your teachers through this One Note system. Ms Herlihy has posted a tutorial video for you, on the Home School Classwork page of our school website, to show how this new system works. You can still email us on Outlook for clarifications.

Khan academy is an excellent resource and Ms. Lane and I are working to assign specific tasks to you on this site. Ms. Lane has sent out all the passwords and usernames. If you did not provide your email already, please email Ms. Lane.  Ms. Lane also has a class code for online literacy.

If you have any questions please contact me – tneenan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie    

or Ms. Lane – paulalane@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Well done again to those of you who are spending time each day on your work.

Mr. Neenan.

 

English 4th & 5th Class:  Spellbound Unit 34

5th Class: Reading Zone Unit 28 ‘Go Bananas!’

4th Class: Reading Zone Unit 28 ‘Sean McSharry Climbs over the Clouds’

Read the story and attempt the activities.

 

Read theory https://readtheory.org/auth/login   is a website that gives you a short reading passage with five multiple choice questions. This will focus on building your reading comprehension skills.

 

Username: same username as khan academy (email paulalane@charlevillecbsprimary.ie if you need username to be re-sent)

Password: charleville1234

Class Code: S2V2W3KZ

 

 

Gaeilge

 

5th Class: Bun go Barr 5 Súil Siar D Leathanach 105

Exc.C  Líon na bearnaí (Fill in the blanks)

Exc.E  Lá de mo Shaol (A day in my life)

Líon na bearnaí agus léig an dán (Fill the blanks and read the poem)

                            Súil Siar E Leathanach 131

Exc.B Scríobh an focal ceart ( Write the correct word)

Exc.C  Scríobh an scéal (Write the story) Turas Scoile (School Tour)

              

4th Class: Bun go Barr 4 Súil Siar D Leathanach 105

Exc.B Briathra Beo (Action verbs) Líon na bearnaí (Fill in the blanks)

Exc.C Athscríobh na habairtí agus críochnaigh gach scéal (rewrite the

sentences and finish each story)

Súil Siar E Leathanach 131

Exc.C Athscríobh na habairtí seo (rewrite these sentences)

Exc.D Cuir tic leis an bhfocal ceart (put a tic with the correct word)

https://www.cogg.ie/taisce-tuisceana/

This is a good site for you to read stories and answer questions. If you scroll down you can choose the level you are comfortable with.  I would recommend using Béar or Asal

 

Maths

5th Class: Busy at Maths 5   A quick look back 9 pg.183

A quick look back 10 pg.186

4th Class: Busy at Maths 4 A quick look back 11 pg.175

A quick look back 12 pg.176

 

History

 

4th& 5th Class: Small World Unit 16 ‘The Great Famine’ (Part Two) Read pg.80 to 84

Attempt:    Activity A  ‘Can You Remember’ Q. 1 to 5

Activity B  ‘Choose the correct answer’  Q. 1 to 4

For anyone who wants to engage in further work choose one activity from

exercise D and E

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

 

Geography

4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 18 ‘Properties and Characteristics of Materials’

Read pg. 104 and 105

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

I am leaving you this link to a number of really interesting videos, on how we may help the bees and learn about one of the most important and clever creatures in nature.

https://pollinators.ie/videos/

SCIENCE As above:  4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 18 ‘Properties and Characteristics of Materials’

Read pg. 104 and 105

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

I am leaving you this link to a number of really interesting videos, on how we may help the bees and learn about one of the most important and clever creatures in nature.

https://pollinators.ie/videos/

I am leaving you this link to bird song identification.  I hope you have been using this link and learning to identify bird sound in your garden.

Please Google: Woodland Trust Bird song identification: common songs and call

For those of you who are interested in native Irish butterflies, which are just beginning to appear in your gardens

and countryside, Google Irishbutterflies.com. and click on butterfly species. This site will help you to identify each butterfly species with good clear photos and in what habitat they can be found. Take notes of the butterflies you spot in your area.    

Art
 

 

http://www.nationalbooktokens.com/create

The above link is to the Create a National Book token competition. Check it out, it might give you some fun.

https://www.nationalgallery.ie/virtual-tour

Visit the National Gallery and browse through the paintings exhibited. Look out for links we have studied. For example, the paintings of ‘The Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife’   and also ‘The Battle of the Boyne’, pg. 13 and pg. 46 in your history book

The document and link below is a Sports Day Package which we suggest everyone should partake in on Wednesday. Hope you have great fun with the suggestions. Send your pictures or videos of you keeping active at home to Ms. Herlihy at sherlihy@charlevillecbsprimary.ieClick on document below

https://sites.google.com/holyangelsns.ie/virtualsportsday/home

 SPHE For SPHE this week I would like you to focus on Water Safety.  Water safety is very important in the home, at the swimming pool, on the farm and when visiting rivers, lakes and seas. As we begin to look forward to the summer holidays and the easing of travel restrictions, more and more people will travel to the areas with water.  The boys went to the pool during the year to improve their swimming skills but recognising dangers is just as important as the ability to swim.  I urge you all to follow these lessons below as they may keep you or family members safe.  Please follow the link below and click on your class level (4th class and 5th class presentations are different)

https://watersafety.ie/primary-school/

After watching please go ahead and play the games and quizzes here:

http://paws.edco.ie/third-and-fourth-classes/

 

School work at home for Mr. Neenan’s 4th & 5th Class

10th-12th June 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

Hello boys,

I hope you all enjoyed the Schools Creative Week which ran from the 2nd to 9th June. I was delighted to see such wonderful imagination let loose! There is homework assigned for the next three days making it a short working week. Please do not get anxious if you cannot manage all the activities but do the best you can.

I am leaving the link on bees and pollinators in the geography/ science section of our homework, on how we may help the bees and learn about one of the most important and clever creatures in nature.

As you are now aware all teachers are using One Note on Office 365 to post school work to you. You should now be able to submit your completed work to your teachers through this One Note system. Miss Herlihy has posted a tutorial video for you, on the Home School Classwork page of our school website, to show how this new system works. You can still email us on Outlook for clarifications.

Khan academy is an excellent resource and Ms. Lane and I are working to assign specific tasks to you on this site. Ms. Lane has sent out all the passwords and usernames. If you did not provide your email already, please email Ms. Lane.  Ms. Lane also has a class code for online literacy.

If you have any questions please contact me – tneenan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie    

or Ms. Lane – paulalane@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Well done again to those of you who are spending time each day on your work.

Mr. Neenan.

 

English  

4th & 5th Class:  Spellbound Unit 33

5th Class: Reading Zone Unit 27 ‘House A, B or C?’

4th Class: Reading Zone Unit 27 ‘On Boaster’s Hill’

Read the story and attempt the activities.

Read theory https://readtheory.org/auth/login   is a website that gives you a short reading passage with five multiple choice questions. This will focus on building your reading comprehension skills.

Username: same username as khan academy (email paulalane@charlevillecbsprimary.ie if you need username to be re-sent)

Password: charleville1234

Class Code: S2V2W3KZ

 

Gaeilge

 

5th Class: Bun go Barr 5 Chapter 18 ‘Díolachán Cácaí’ (Cake Sale)

Léigh leathanach 113

Exc.E  1-5 pg. 115 Ní raibh cead ag Tríona dul go dtí an díolachán cácaí (Triona did not have permission to go to the cake sale)

Exc.G/H  Chuaigh Gordó suas (Gordó went up)

                                 Bhí Gordó thuas (Gordó was on top)

Tháinig Gordó anuas (Gordó came down)

H  Freagair na ceisteanna 1 to 5

Exc.K  Síopaí sa Sráidbhaile (Shops in the village)

Cad atá cearr i bpictiúr A? Cuir na lipéid san áit cheart i bpictiúr B

(What is wrong in picture A? Put the correct labels in picture B)

 

4th Class: Bun go Barr 4 Chapter 19 ‘Cén Saghas Lae Atá Ann?’ (What Kind of Day is it?)

Léigh leathanach  119

Exc.F pg. 122 Le foghlaim (Learn)

Exc.G Ceangail agus scríobh na habairtí i do chóipleabhar (Connect and write the sentence in your copybook)

Exc.H Tá biríní seaca ar an gconchró (There are icicles on the kennel) 1 to 7

https://www.cogg.ie/taisce-tuisceana/

This is a good site for you to read stories and answer questions. If you scroll down you can choose the level you are comfortable with.  I would recommend using Béar or Asal

 

Maths

 

5th Class: Busy at Maths 5 chapter 15: Multiplication 2

We are revising this chapter

Pg. 79  Q.1, 3 and 5

Pg. 81  Q.2, 4, 6, and 8

Pg. 83  Q.2, 4 and 6

Please look at these three tutorials to help you with your questions.

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20707/BAM5_Tutorial_051/lessons/BAM5_Tutorial_051/index.html pg. 80

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20707/BAM5_Tutorial_052/lessons/BAM5_Tutorial_052/index.html  pg. 81

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20707/BAM5_Tutorial_053/lessons/BAM5_Tutorial_053/index.html pg. 82

4th Class: Busy at Maths 4 Chapter 14: Multiplication 2

     We are revising this chapter

Pg. 76  Q.1, 3 and 5

Pg. 77  Q.1 and 2

Pg. 79  Q.1 to 7

Please look at this tutorial to help you with your questions.

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20691/BAM4_Tutorial_055/lessons/BAM4_Tutorial_055/index.html pg. 77

 

History

 

4th& 5th Class: Small World Unit 16 ‘The Great Famine’ (Part One) Reread pg.76, 77 and this week read pg.78

Attempt:    Activity A  ‘Can You Remember’ Q. 4 & 5

Activity B  ‘Choose the correct answer’  Q. 3 & 4

Activity C   ‘Think About It  Q. 3 & 4

For anyone who wants to engage in further work choose one activity from

exercise D and E

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

 

Geography

 

4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 17 ‘Famine’ Reread pg. 94, 95, 96 and this week pg. 97 & 98

Attempt:    Activities pg. 98 Q. 1 – 8

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

I want to draw attention to the fact that May 20th was World Bee Day. Here is a link to a number of really interesting videos, on how we may help the bees and learn about one of the most important and clever creatures in nature.

https://pollinators.ie/videos/

 

Science

 

4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 17 ‘Famine’ Reread pg. 94, 95, 96 and this week pg. 97 & 98

Attempt:    Activities pg. 98 Q. 1 – 8

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

I want to draw attention to the fact that May 20th was World Bee Day. Here is a link to a number of really interesting videos, on how we may help the bees and learn about one of the most important and clever creatures in nature.

https://pollinators.ie/videos/

Are you listening to bird song in your gardens and countryside these days? Our world has got quieter while the birds have been putting on quite a show!

Please Google: Woodland Trust Bird song identification: common songs and calls

to be able to identify a small number of out feathered neighbours.

I am leaving up the bird song identification from last week. For those of you who are interested in native Irish butterflies, which are just beginning to appear in your gardens

and countryside, Google Irishbutterflies.com. and click on butterfly species. This site will help you to identify each butterfly species with good clear photos and in what habitat they can be found. Take notes of the butterflies you spot in your area.    

 

Music

 

https://dabbledoomusic.com/ has free access for parents during the Covid-19 Closure

 

Art

http://www.nationalbooktokens.com/create

The above link is to the Create a National Book token competition. Check it out, it might give you some fun.

https://www.nationalgallery.ie/virtual-tour

Visit the National Gallery and browse through the paintings exhibited. Look out for links we have studied. For example, the paintings of ‘The Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife’   and also ‘The Battle of the Boyne’, pg. 13 and pg. 46 in your history book.

 

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. Herlihy at sherlihy@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Click on document below

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 This PDF is a Covid-19 Capsule. It is an imaginative and creative way of remembering this time in history,

which is also your lived experience right now. If you can’t print off the pages to do the work on, copy the template into your copy books and make your own little booklet.

 

Drama/Oral Language

 

Lots of Drama/Oral Language activities on https://www.twinkl.ie/resources/roi-resources

 

 

 

School work at home for Mr. Neenan’s 4th & 5th Class

25th-29th May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary 

 

Hello boys,

We are just heading in to the last full week of May. All of nature is busy, birds and animals are busy with their young and insects buzzing from station to station. Leaf and flower competing for attention, declaring full health before everyone.

I want to draw attention to the fact that May 20th was World Bee Day. I am putting up a link to a number of really interesting videos, in the geography/ science section of our homework, on how we may help the bees and learn about one of the most important and clever creatures in nature.

Again, just to keep you a little busy yourselves, you can find the homework below for the coming week. Please do not get anxious if you cannot manage all the activities but do the best you can.

As you are now aware all teachers are using One Note on Office 365 to post school work to you. You should now be able to submit your completed work to your teachers through this One Note system. Miss Herlihy has posted a tutorial video for you, on the Home School Classwork page of our school website, to show how this new system works. You can still email us on Outlook for clarifications.

 

Khan academy is an excellent resource and Ms. Lane and I are working to assign specific tasks to you on this site. Ms. Lane has sent out all the passwords and usernames. If you did not provide your email already, please email Ms. Lane.  Ms. Lane also has a class code for online literacy.

If you have any questions please contact me – tneenan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie    

or Ms. Lane – paulalane@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Well done again to those of you who are spending time each day on your work.

Mr. Neenan.

 

English  

4th & 5th Class:  Spellbound Unit 32

5th Class: Reading Zone Unit 26 ‘Faces’

4th Class: Reading Zone Unit 26 ‘Abebe Bikila’

Read the story and attempt the activities.

Read theory https://readtheory.org/auth/login   is a website that gives you a short reading passage with five multiple choice questions. This will focus on building your reading comprehension skills.

Username: same username as khan academy (email paulalane@charlevillecbsprimary.ie if you need username to be re-sent)

Password: charleville1234

Class Code: S2V2W3KZ

 

Gaeilge

 

5th Class: Bun go Barr 5 Chapter 18 ‘Díolachán Cácaí’ (Cake Sale)

Léigh leathanach 112

Exc.B  1-5 pg. 114

Exc.C  Críochnaigh na habairtí (Finish the sentences) pg. 114 Q. 1-6

1.Níor thug… didn’t give  2.Rinne… did or made   3.Ní dhearna… did not do or 

                 make  4.Chroch (Máire a cóta…) Máire hung her coat  5.Dúirt… said

                 6.Cheannaigh… bought

Exc.D  Nathanna Nua (New phrases) pg. 115  “Beidh díolachan cácaí againn ar

An Aoine”….”We will have a cake sale on Friday.” Q. 1-5

 

              

4th Class: Bun go Barr 4 Chapter 19 ‘Cén Saghas Lae Atá Ann?’ (What Kind of Day is it?)

Léigh leathanach  118

Exc.B pg. 120 Scríobh an Scéal (Write the Story)

Exc.C Ceisteanna (Questions)  pg. 120

Exc.D Cén saghas lae atá ann inniu? (What kind of day is it today?)

Lá ________ atá ann. (It is a _______ day)

gaofar (windy)    breá (nice)   gránna (horrible/wretched)    fuair (cold) 

                           fliuch (wet)

 

https://www.cogg.ie/taisce-tuisceana/

 

This is a good site for you to read stories and answer questions. If you scroll down you can choose the level you are comfortable with.  I would recommend using Béar or Asal

 

Maths

 

5th Class: Busy at Maths 5 chapter 30: 3-D shapes pg.164 to 165

Please refer to the vocabulary you learned last week (open last week’s homework to check).

This week’s vocabulary is Polyhedra (3-D shape with flat faces), sphere, hemisphere and

Shape nets on pg. 165

I am leaving you tutorial 92 & 93 which relate to pg. 161 -163 from last week. You may want to look over them again. The third link tutorial 94 will help on pg. 165.

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20707/BAM5_Tutorial_092/lessons/BAM5_Tutorial_092/index.html

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20707/BAM5_Tutorial_093/lessons/BAM5_Tutorial_093/index.html

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20707/BAM5_Tutorial_094/lessons/BAM5_Tutorial_094/index.html

4th Class: Busy at Maths 4 Chapter 33: Capacity-Litres (l) and millilitres (ml)                                                                                                        pg. 166 to 167

 

I am leaving you tutorial 107 & 108 which relate to pg. 163 -165 from last week. You may want to look over them again. The third link tutorial 109 will help on pg. 167.

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20691/BAM4_Tutorial_107/lessons/BAM4_Tutorial_107/index.html

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20691/BAM4_Tutorial_108/lessons/BAM4_Tutorial_108/index.html

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20691/BAM4_Tutorial_109/lessons/BAM4_Tutorial_109/index.html

4th Class Maths- There is a link to a quiz based on ‘A quick look back’ units in the maths section of Class Notebook. Please email Ms. Lane if you have difficulty accessing the link.

 

History

 

4th& 5th Class: Small World Unit 16 ‘The Great Famine’ (Part One) Read pg. 76 and 77

Attempt:    Activity A  ‘Can You Remember’ Q. 1 – 3

Activity B  ‘Choose the correct answer’  Q. 1 – 2

Activity C   ‘Think About It  Q. 1 – 2

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

 

Geography

 

4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 17 ‘Famine’ Read pg. 94, 95 & 96.

Attempt:    Activities pg. 96 Q. 1 – 7

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

I want to draw attention to the fact that May 20th was World Bee Day. Here is a link to a number of really interesting videos, on how we may help the bees and learn about one of the most important and clever creatures in nature.

https://pollinators.ie/videos/

 

Science

 

4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 17 ‘Famine’ Read pg. 94, 95 & 96.

Attempt:    Activities pg. 96 Q. 1 – 7

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

 

I want to draw attention to the fact that May 20th was World Bee Day. Here is a link to a number of really interesting videos, on how we may help the bees and learn about one of the most important and clever creatures in nature.

https://pollinators.ie/videos/

Are you listening to bird song in your gardens and countryside these days? Our world has got quieter while the birds have been putting on quite a show!

Please Google: Woodland Trust Bird song identification: common songs and calls

to be able to identify a small number of out feathered neighbours.

I am leaving up the bird song identification from last week. For those of you who are interested in native Irish butterflies, which are just beginning to appear in your gardens

and countryside, Google Irishbutterflies.com. and click on butterfly species. This site will help you to identify each butterfly species with good clear photos and in what habitat they can be found. Take notes of the butterflies you spot in your area.    

 

Music

 

https://dabbledoomusic.com/ has free access for parents during the Covid-19 Closure

 

Art

http://www.nationalbooktokens.com/create

The above link is to the Create a National Book token competition. Check it out, it might give you some fun.

https://www.nationalgallery.ie/virtual-tour

Visit the National Gallery and browse through the paintings exhibited. Look out for links we have studied. For example, the paintings of ‘The Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife’   and also ‘The Battle of the Boyne’, pg. 13 and pg. 46 in your history book.

 

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. Herlihy at sherlihy@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Click on document below

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 SPHE resources have been sent to your parents for this week 
 

Drama/Oral Language

 

Lots of Drama/Oral Language activities on https://www.twinkl.ie/resources/roi-resources

 

School work at home for Mr. Neenan’s 4th & 5th Class

18th-22nd May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

Hello boys,

Hope you are continuing to keep safe and well. By now the trees and hedgerows have burst into leaf, birds are well into their nesting season and there is plenty of insect life drawn to new blossoms. I hope you are taking time to notice the cycle of early summer.

Meanwhile, just to keep you a little busy yourselves, you can find the homework below for the coming week.

Again, please do not get anxious if you cannot manage all the activities but do the best you can.

As you are now aware all teachers are using One Note on Office 365 to post school work to you. You should now be able to submit your completed work to your teachers through this One Note system. Miss Herlihy has posted a tutorial video for you, on the Home School Classwork page of our school website, to show how this new system works. You can still email us on Outlook for clarifications.

Khan academy is an excellent resource and Ms. Lane and I are working to assign specific tasks to you on this site. Ms. Lane has sent out all the passwords and usernames. If you did not provide your email already, please email Ms. Lane.  Ms. Lane also has a class code for online literacy.

If you have any questions please contact me – tneenan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie    

or Ms. Lane – paulalane@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Well done again to those of you who are spending time each day on your work.

Mr. Neenan

 

English  

4th & 5th Class:  Spellbound Unit 31

5th Class: Reading Zone Unit 25 ‘Saint of the Gutters’

4th Class: Reading Zone Unit 25 ‘A Baker’s Dozen’

Read the story and attempt the activities.

Read theory https://readtheory.org/auth/login   is a website that gives you a short reading passage with five multiple choice questions. This will focus on building your reading comprehension skills.

 

Username: same username as khan academy (email paulalane@charlevillecbsprimary.ie if you need username to be re-sent)

Password: charleville1234

Class Code: S2V2W3KZ

 

 

Gaeilge

 

5th Class: Bun go Barr 5 Chapter 17 ‘Seachtain na Leabhar’ (Book Week)

Léigh leathanach 106 agus 107

Exc.B  6 – 10  pg. 108

Exc.G  Ceisteanna agus Freagraí (Questions and answers) pg. 110

Exc.H  Freagair na ceisteanna (Answer the questions) pg. 110

Please note in Exc.G each verb is one of the 11 irregular verbs (Briathra

                 Neamhrialta) which is put in the future tense (Aimsir Fhaisteanach) starting

                with: 1. will you say? 2. will you catch? 3. will you be? 4. will you listen? 5. will

                you do/make? 6. will you eat? 7. will you give? 8. will you come?

               9. will you go? 10. will you get? 11. will you see?

     

4th Class: Bun go Barr 4 Chapter 18 ‘Litir ó Aintín Orla’ (A letter from Aunty Orla)

Léigh leathanach  112 agus 113

Exc.D pg. 115 Líon na Bearnaí (Fill in the Blanks)

Exc.E Foclóir Breise (Extra vocabulary) Oifig an Phoist (Post Office) pg. 116

Exc.F Líon na Bearnaí (Fill in the Blanks) pg. 116

https://www.cogg.ie/taisce-tuisceana/

 

This is a good site for you to read stories and answer questions. If you scroll down you can choose the level you are comfortable with.  I would recommend using Béar or Asal

 

 

Maths

 

5th Class: Busy at Maths 5 chapter 30: 3-D shapes pg.161 to 163

Please note the vocabulary you are about to learn: 1-D, 2-D, 3-D pg.161.

Next on pg.162 face, edge and vertex (remember vertex is singular, meaning a single point where two or more lines meet and vertices is plural, meaning a number of points where two or more lines meet.

Finally on pg.163 Pyramids (introducing base and apex) and Prisms.

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20707/BAM5_Tutorial_092/lessons/BAM5_Tutorial_092/index.html

 

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20707/BAM5_Tutorial_093/lessons/BAM5_Tutorial_093/index.html

4th Class: Busy at Maths 4 Chapter 33: Capacity-Litres (l) and millilitres (ml)

pg. 163 to 165

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20691/BAM4_Tutorial_107/lessons/BAM4_Tutorial_107/index.html

 

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20691/BAM4_Tutorial_108/lessons/BAM4_Tutorial_108/index.html

 

4th Class Maths- There is a link to a quiz based on ‘A quick look back’ units in the maths section of Class Notebook. Please email Ms. Lane if you have difficulty accessing the link.

 

 

History

 

4th& 5th Class: Small World Unit 15 ‘Energy and Power’ Reread pg. 72, 73 and this week read pg. 74.

Attempt:    Activity D  ‘Get Creative’ Q. 1 – 3

Activity E  ‘Digging Deeper’

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

 

Geography

 

4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 15 ‘Weather, Climate and Atmosphere ’ Reread pg. 84,  85. This week read  pg. 86 – 88.

Attempt:    Activities pg. 88 Q. 1 – 7

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

 

Science

 

4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 15 ‘Weather, Climate and Atmosphere ’ Reread pg. 84,  85. This week read  pg. 86 – 88.

Attempt:    Activities pg. 88 Q. 1 – 7

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

Are you listening to bird song in your gardens and countryside these days? Our world has got quieter while the birds have been putting on quite a show!

Please Google: Woodland Trust Bird song identification: common songs and calls

to be able to identify a small number of out feathered neighbours.

I am leaving up the bird song identification from last week. For those of you who are interested in native Irish butterflies, which are just beginning to appear in your gardens

and countryside, Google Irishbutterflies.com. and click on butterfly species. This site will help you to identify each butterfly species with good clear photos and in what habitat they can be found. Take notes of the butterflies you spot in your area.    

 

Music

 

https://dabbledoomusic.com/ has free access for parents during the Covid-19 Closure

 

Art

 

https://www.nationalgallery.ie/virtual-tour

Visit the National Gallery and browse through the paintings exhibited. Look out for links we have studied. For example, the paintings of ‘The Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife’   and also ‘The Battle of the Boyne’, pg. 13 and pg. 46 in your history book.

 

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. Herlihy at sherlihy@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Click on document below

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 This PDF is a Covid-19 Capsule. It is an imaginative and creative way of remembering this time in history, which is also your lived experience right now. If you can’t print off the pages to do the work on, copy the template into your copy books and make your own little booklet.
 

Drama/Oral Language

 

Lots of Drama/Oral Language activities on https://www.twinkl.ie/resources/roi-resources

 

 

 

School work at home for Mr. Neenan’s 4th & 5th Class

11th – 15th May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

 

 

 

Hello boys,  

 We are settling in well into the month of May. Hope you are continuing to keep safe and well. Below is homework set out for the coming week. 

Again, please do not get anxious if you cannot manage all the activities but do the best you can. 

As you are now aware all teachers are using One Note on Office 365 to post school work to you. You should now be able to submit your completed work to your teachers through this One Note system. Miss Herlihy has posted a tutorial video for you, on the Home School Classwork page of our school website, to show how this new system works. You can still email us on Outlook for clarifications. 

 Khan academy is an excellent resource and Ms. Lane and I are working to assign specific tasks to you on this site. Ms. Lane has sent out all the passwords and usernames. If you did not provide your email already, please email Ms. Lane.  Ms. Lane also has a class code for online literacy.  

If you have any questions please contact me – tneenan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie      

or Ms. Lane – paulalane@charlevillecbsprimary.ie  

Well done again to those of you who are spending time each day on your work. 

Mr. Neenan  

 

English 4th & 5th Class:  Spellbound Unit 30 

5th Class: Reading Zone Unit 24 Special Fridays’ 

4th Class: Reading Zone Unit 24 ‘The Golden Harp’ 

Read the story and attempt the activities.  

Gaeilge  5th Class: Bun go Barr 5 Chapter 17 Seachtain na Leabhar (Book Week)                             

                 Léigh leathanach 106.                                                                                                               

                 Exc.B  1 – 5  pg. 108 

                 Exc.C  Líon na Bearnaí (Fill in the Blanks) pg. 108                        

                 Exc.D  Is breá liom a bheith ag díospóireacht (I like debating)  pg.109 

 

4th Class: Bun go Barr 4 Chapter 18 Litir ó Aintín Orla’ (A letter from Aunty Orla) 

                 Léigh leathanach  112    

                 Exc.B 1 – 5  pg. 114 

                 Exc.C Luigh Gordó síos in aice leis an seinnteoir ceoil (Gordó lid down beside  

                 the musician) Líon na Bearnaí (Fill in the Blanks) pg. 114    

https://www.cogg.ie/taisce-tuisceana/  

This is a good site for you to read stories and answer questionsIf you scroll down you can choose the level you are comfortable with.  I would recommend using Béaror Asal 

Maths 5th Class: Busy at Maths 5 chapter 27Equations pg. 158 to 159 (please remember on pg. 159 when you are asked to get a decimal fraction or percentage of a number bring them to a fraction first)

e.g. 0.9  = 9/10 or 90% = 9/10 then divide by 10 and multiply by 9        

   

4th Class:

Busy at Maths 4 

pg. 138 ‘A quick look back 8’ 

pg. 152 ‘A quick look back9’  

History 4th& 5th Class: Small World Unit 15 ‘Energy and Power’ Read pg. 72 and 73. Attempt ActivitA  Q. 1 – 3  and Activity C 1 – 3, both on pg. 75 

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading. 

Geography 4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 15 ‘Weather, Climate and Atmosphere  Read pg. 84 and 85Complete activities on pg. 86. 1 – 8  

Please do not attempt ‘Investigate: What happens…’ unless you have adult supervision. 

Science 4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 15 ‘Weather, Climate and Atmosphere ’ Read pg. 84 and 85. Complete activities on pg. 86. 1 – 8  

Please do not attempt ‘Investigate: What happens…’ unless you have adult supervision. 

 Are you listening to bird song in your gardens and countryside these days? Our world has got quieter while the birds have been putting on quite a show!  

Please Google: Woodland Trust Bird song identification: common songs and calls to be able to identify a small number of out feathered neighbours. 

I am leaving up the bird song identification from last week. For those of you who are interested in native Irish butterflies, which are just beginning to appear in your gardens  and countryside, Google Irishbutterflies.comThis site will help you to identify each butterfly species with good clear photos and in what habitat they can be found. Take notes of the butterflies you spot in your area.     

 Music https://dabbledoomusic.com/ has free access for parents during the Covid-19 Closure
Art https://www.nationalgallery.ie/virtual-tour

Visit the National Gallery and browse through the paintings exhibited. Look out for links we have studied. For example, the paintings of ‘The Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife’ and also ‘The Battle of the Boyne’, pg. 13 and pg. 46 in your history book.

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 This PDF is a Covid-19 Capsule. It is an imaginative and creative way of remembering this time in history, which is also your lived experience right now. If you can’t print off the pages to do the work on, copy the template into your copy books and make your own little booklet.

Drama/Oral Language Lots of Drama/Oral Language activities on https://www.twinkl.ie/resources/roi-resources

School work at home for Mr. Neenan’s 4th & 5th Class

5th – 8th May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

Hello boys,

We are heading into a short week after this Bank Holiday Monday. Hope you are all keeping safe and well. Below is homework set out for the coming week.

Again, please do not get anxious if you cannot manage all the activities but do the best you can.

As you are now aware all teachers are using One Note on Office 365 to post school work to you. You should now be able to submit your completed work to your teachers through this One Note system. Miss Herlihy has posted a tutorial video for you, on the Home School Classwork page of our school website, to show how this new system works. You can still email us on Outlook for clarifications.

Khan academy is an excellent resource and Ms. Lane and I are working to assign specific tasks to you on this site. Ms. Lane has sent out all the passwords and usernames. If you did not provide your email already, please email Ms. Lane. Ms. Lane also has a class code for online literacy.

If you have any questions please contact me – tneenan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie or Ms. Lane – paulalane@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Well done again to those of you who are spending time each day on your work.

Mr. Neenan

 

English 4th & 5th Class: Spellbound Unit 29

5th Class: Reading Zone Unit 23 ‘Call of the Sea’

4th Class: Reading Zone Unit 23 ‘The Chernobyl Children’s Project International’

Read the story and attempt the activities.

Gaeilge  5th Class: Bun go Barr 5 pg. 97 Exc.J Líon na bearnaí (Fill in the blanks) ‘An Maistín’ (The Bully). Exc.K Aimsigh na difríochtaí (Spot the differences)

Pg. 78, 79 Súil Siar C (look back C)

Exc.A Athscríobh na habairtí (rewrite the sentences)

Exc.B Críochnaigh na habairtí (finish the sentences)…B1 Nuair a bhris Dónal an fhuinneog, (When Donal broke the window)

Exc.C Scríobh an Scéal (write the story)

4th Class: Bun go Barr 4 pg. 111

Exc.H Cuardach focal (Word search)

Exc.I Cuir na focail sa chuardach focal in abairtí (Put the words in the word search into sentences)

pg. 104 Súil Siar D (look back D)

Exc.A Abairtí Iontacha (strange sentences) sentence (a) is a completed example.

https://www.cogg.ie/taisce-tuisceana/  

 This is a good site for you to read stories and answer questions.If you scroll down you can choose the level you are comfortable with.  I would recommend using Béaror Asal 

Maths 5th Class: Busy at Maths 5 chapter 27: Equations pg. 156 to 157…the following are two tutorials for pg. 156 and pg. 157 http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20707/BAM5_Tutorial_090/lessons/BAM5_Tutorial_090/index.html http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20707/BAM5_Tutorial_091/lessons/BAM5_Tutorial_091/index.html

4th Class: Busy at Maths 4 chapter 30: Multiplication and Division pg. 150 to 151

History 4th& 5th Class: Small World Unit 14 ‘Daniel O’Connell’ Reread pg. 68, 69 and 70. Attempt Activity D and E on pg. 71.

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading.

Geography 4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 14 ‘Sound’ Reread pg. 79 to 82. Complete all the activities on pg. 83.
Science 4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 14 ‘Sound’ Reread pg. 79 to 82. Complete all the activities on pg. 83.

Are you listening to bird song in your gardens and countryside these days? Our world has got quieter while the birds have been putting on quite a show!

Please Google: Woodland Trust Bird song identification: common songs and calls to be able to identify a small number of out feathered neighbours.

 I am leaving up the bird song identification from last week. For those of you who are interested in native Irish butterflies, which are just beginning to appear in your gardens  and countryside, google Irishbutterflies.comThis site will help you to identify each butterfly species with good clear photos and in what habitat they can be found. Take notes of the butterflies you spot in your area.     

 Music https://dabbledoomusic.com/ has free access for parents during the Covid-19 Closure
Art https://www.nationalgallery.ie/virtual-tour

Visit the National Gallery and browse through the paintings exhibited. Look out for links we have studied. For example, the paintings of ‘The Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife’ and also ‘The Battle of the Boyne’, pg. 13 and pg. 46 in your history book.

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 This PDF is a Covid-19 Capsule. It is an imaginative and creative way of remembering this time in history, which is also your lived experience right now. If you can’t print off the pages to do the work on, copy the template into your copy books and make your own little booklet.

Drama/Oral Language Lots of Drama/Oral Language activities on https://www.twinkl.ie/resources/roi-resources

School work at home for Mr. Neenan’s 4th & 5th Class

27th April – 1st May 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

Hello boys,  

 This is our second week back after Easter. Hope you are all managing the work while enjoying the good weather at the same time. 

Below is homework set for the coming week. Please do not get anxious if you cannot manage all the activities but do the best you can. 

From next week all teachers will be using One Note on Office 365 to post school work to you. You, in turn, will be able to submit your completed work to us teachers through this One Note system. Miss Herlihy will post a video for you at home to show how this new system will work. You can still email us on Outlook for clarifications. 

 Khan academy is an excellent resource and Ms. Lane and I are working to assign specific tasks to you on this site. Ms. Lane has sent out all the passwords and usernames. If you did not provide your email already, please email Ms. Lane.  Ms. Lane also has a class code for online literacy. 

 If you have any questions please contact me – tneenan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie  

 Well done again to those of you who are spending time each day on your work. 

 Mr. Neenan  

 

English 4th & 5th Class:  Spellbound Unit 28 

5th Class: Reading Zone Unit 2Seventh Wonder’ 

4th Class: Reading Zone Unit 22 ‘Stone Soup’ 

Read the story and attempt the activities 

Gaeilge 5th Class: Bun go Barr 5 chapter 15 ‘Maistín Mór’ (Big Bully) 

5th Class: This is the second week for you to read Maistín Mór’. This week attempt exercises D, E, F, G and H. 

Please note: Exc.D Tá súil agam nach raibh sibh ag… (I hope that you were not…) 

Exc.E Dúirt Liam le Dónal go raibh brón air… ( Liam told Donal that he was sorry…) 

Exc.G Briathra Neamhrialta… (irregular verbs…)  

Aimsir Chaite… (past tense…)    Aimsir Fháistineach… (future tense…) 

 

4th Class: Bun go Barr 4 chapter 17 ‘Seo é Mo Scéal’ (This is My Story) 

This is the second week for you to read ‘Seo é Mo Scéal’. This week attempt exercises D, E, F and G. 

Please note: Exc.D  Is maith liom bheith ag léamh…(I like reading…) 

Exc.E  Inis do scéal…(Tell your story) 

Exc.F  An bhfaca…? (did you see…)  Chonaic mé…(I saw…)  Ní fhaca mé…( I did not see…) 

https://www.cogg.ie/taisce-tuisceana/  

 This is a good site for you to read stories and answer questions.If you scroll down you can choose the level you are comfortable with.  I would recommend using Béaror Asal 

Maths 5th Class: Busy at Maths 5 chapter 26: Number theory pg. 144 to 147 

 

4th Class: Busy at Maths 4 chapter 30Multiplication and Division pg. 147 to 149 

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20691/BAM4_Tutorial_100/lessons/BAM4_Tutorial_100/index.html 

History 4th& 5th Class: Small World Unit 14 ‘Daniel O’Connell’ Reread pg. 6869 and continue on to read pg. 70. Attempt the activities on pg. 71 

Please note: Use your dictionary when reading, especially when attempting Activity B 

Geography 4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 14 ‘Sound’ Read pg. 81 to 82. Do the ‘Investigate’ activity on each page. 
Science 4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 14 ‘Sound’ Read pg. 81 to 82. Do the ‘Investigate’ activity on each page. 

 Are you listening to bird song in your gardens and countryside these days? Our world has got quieter while the birds have been putting on quite a show!  

Please Google: Woodland Trust Bird song identification: common songs and calls to be able to identify a small number of out feathered neighbours. 

 I am leaving up the bird song identification from last week. For those of you who are interested in native Irish butterflies, which are just beginning to appear in your gardens  and countryside, Google Irishbutterflies.comThis site will help you to identify each butterfly species with good clear photos and in what habitat they can be found. Take notes of the butterflies you spot in your area.     

 Music https://dabbledoomusic.com/ has free access for parents during the Covid-19 Closure
Art https://www.nationalgallery.ie/virtual-tour  

Visit the National Gallery and browse through the paintings exhibited. Look out for links we have studied. For example, the paintings of ‘The Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife’   and also ‘The Battle of the Boyne’, pg. 13 and pg. 46 in your history book. 

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

 

School work at home for Mr. Neenan’s 4th & 5th Class

20th – 24th April 2020

Charleville CBS Primary

Hello boys,

Hope you and your families are all keeping safe and well and washing your hands in these unusual times. I hope you all enjoyed your Easter.

Below is homework set for the coming week. Please do not get anxious if you cannot manage all the activities but do the best you can.

If you have any questions please contact me –tneenan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie  or paulalane@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Khan academy is an excellent resource and Ms. Lane and I are working to assign specific tasks to you on this site. Ms. Lane has  sent out all the passwords and usernames. If you did not provide your email already, please email Ms. Lane.  Ms. Lane will also be sharing a class code for an online literacy tomorrow.

Well done to those of you who are spending time each day on your work and thank you for sharing your work via email!

Mr. Neenan

 

English 4th & 5th Class:  Spellbound Unit 27

5th Class: Reading Zone Unit 21 ‘The Godfather’

4th Class: Reading Zone Unit 21 ‘Krakus and The Dragon’

Gaeilge 5th Class: Bun go Barr 5 chapter 15 ‘Maistín Mór’ (Big Bully)

4th Class: Bun go Barr 4 chapter 17 ‘Seo é Mo Scéal’ (This is My Story)

Read these stories over 2 weeks and attempt the exercises –  B and C for this week

https://www.cogg.ie/taisce-tuisceana/

This is a good site for you to read stories and answer questions.If you scroll down you can choose the level you are comfortable with.  I would recommend using Béar or Asal

Maths 5th Class: Busy at Maths 5 chapter 26: Number theory pg. 141 to 143

4th Class: Busy at Maths 4 chapter 29: Division 3

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):

my.cjfallon.ie/…shboard/student-resources

5th class links:

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20707/BAM5_Tutorial_083/lessons/BAM5_Tutorial_083/index.html

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20707/BAM5_Tutorial_084/lessons/BAM5_Tutorial_084/index.html

4th class links:

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20691/BAM4_Tutorial_097/lessons/BAM4_Tutorial_097/index.html

http://data.cjfallon.ie/resources/20691/BAM4_Tutorial_098/lessons/BAM4_Tutorial_098/index.html

History  

4th& 5th Class: Small World Unit 14 ‘Daniel O’Connell’ Read pg. 68 to 69 and familiarize yourself the content

Geography  

4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 14 ‘Sound’ Read pg. 79 to 80. Do activities pg. 80

Science 4th & 5th Class: Small World Unit 14 ‘Sound’ Read pg. 79 to 80. Do activities pg. 80

Are you listening to bird song in your gardens and countryside these days? Our world has got quieter while the birds have been putting on quite a show!

Please Google: Woodland Trust Bird song identification: common songs and calls

to be able to identify a small number of out feathered neighbours.

 Music  

https://dabbledoomusic.com/ has free access for parents during the Covid-19 Closure

Art  

Make a nature art book, by doing the following

·       Draw pictures of the animals and plants you see

·       Stick on bits and pieces you find, such as leaves and feathers

·       Trace around things with a pencil, like leaves etc.

·       Clip on to the page pictures of nature or stories about nature you find interesting.

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

 

Mr. Neenan’s 4th and 5th

Homework March 30th to April 3rd.

If you have any questions in relation to any of the work please e-mail me:  tneenan@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

Ms Lane and I will be sharing a class code for an online literacy class soon. Please do not hesitate to use office 365 to complete work and share using the share button on each on the programs (word/ powerpoint/sway).

Maths:

5th Class: Busy at Maths 5: Revise chapter 24 (fractions, decimals, percentages) Page 140 Quick look back 7

4th. Class: Busy at Maths 4: Chapter 28 Multiplication

Page 138 Quick look back 8 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ great resource for different activities especially “Hit the Button” for times tables.

Khan academy is an excellent resource and Ms. Lane and I are working to assign specific tasks to you on this site. Ms. Lane is sending out all the passwords and usernames and you should all have these by Monday.

If you can’t access Khan Academy, please email Ms. Lane and she will do her best to solve this:

paulalane@charlevillecbsprimary.ie

English:

4th & 5th Class: Spellbound Unit 26. Learn a block, plus one exercise per day.

4th Class: Reading Zone Unit 20. ‘The Ghost’

5th Class: Reading Zone Unit 20. ‘King Corc and his Daughter’

Attempt each activity in these units.

Irish:

4th Class: Bun go Barr 4 – Chapter 16 – Láib (Mud)

5th Class: Bun go Barr 5 – Chapter 20 – Amadán Aibreáin (April Fool)

Read each chapter and attempt the exercises. Don’t worry if you find them difficult, we will revise everything when we get back to school.

History:

4th & 5th Class: Small World: Unit 13 ‘Land Ownership in the 16th & 17th Centuries’

Geography:

4th & 5th Class: Small World: Unit 13 ‘France’

Also, there are excellent reference sites such as scoilnet for project work. Please go to https://www.scoilnet.ie/ and then scroll down to enter worldbook online- free for Irish students. Here you can look up more information about France and Land ownership in the 16th & 17th Centuries.

https://www.worldbookonline.com/wb/products?ed=all&gr=Welcome%21

Chess:

To help you with your chess skills, log on to Ficheall.ie click on Teaching Chess and on the drop down menu click on Chess Lessons.

Also log on to https://www.chess.com/play/computer

OTHER activities:   Please Click here:

Educational Ideas and resources

 

WEEK 1& 2

The boys wrote work into their homework journals and took home the necessary books. They also got worksheets for both English and maths.

Maths: Both classes are going to study weight. 5th chapter 25, 4th chapter 31. Worksheets based on this topic and other topics to revise were given to complete.

English: Both classes will complete the next two units in spellbound (boys wrote the unit numbers in homework journals). Reading zone: the next unit in their book. English worksheet given out.

Gaeilge: The boys will read the next story in their book.

History: the next chapter in the book- the boys wrote the chapter number in their homework journal

Geog: the next chapter in the book- the boys wrote the chapter number in their homework