Hi 5th Class!
I hope you had a nice weekend and enjoyed the fresh air and sun! Here is a list of suggested work to complete this week. As always, there is no pressure to finish all of this work. We all work and learn differently. If you find that you are not able to finish all of this work, that is okay. If you find that you need more to keep you busy – just email!
Although please try your best to finish as much of it as you can as it will keep you on track with your learning. You are in 5th class and should try to take as much responsibility for your own learning as you can.
Also do not forget that you can email me to help you with any part of the work that might confuse you, or if you simply want to say hello.
I have attached a new Suggested Timetable of Work that suits this week’s work. (Attached below)
There is no pressure to follow this, although it might help those who like to follow a timetable, or add some structure to the day. A good idea is to print the Schedule and tick off the work as you complete it – this way you can keep track of the work you finish.
Since more books and copies have arrived home last week, another reminder to keep all books and copies that you have at home neat and safe.
Weekly Topic: Ireland in the 16th and 17th Century
Information about the Flight of the Earls:
To access videos, songs and activities, simply login on the www.growinlove.ie website with the following details:
(Sesame street might seem a bit “babyish”... but offers life lessons for all of us )
Physical Education/Movement Breaks
(Pick and choose from the list below when you need to give your brain a break!)
Please feel free to tune into RTÉ or TG4 in the morning for the homeschool programmes – they are a fabulous learning resource! You can find activities to complete based on what you have seen on the television.
Here are the links to both websites:
Cúla 4 – Have a look at TG4’s version of RTÉ’s homeschool hub. It begins Monday at 10am on TG4. https://www.cula4.com/en/
When you complete any of the work above, please take a picture and send it to my email – I would love to see how you are getting on, and can offer feedback and corrections on your finished work.
If you are ever stuck on any activity (including your Master Your Maths), or would like to correct any of your work, feel free to email me and I will try my best to help.
Keep safe and I miss you all very much!