5th Class Blog
Hi 5th Class,
I hope you are all keeping safe, well and happy 5th class! Can you believe we are nearly in the month of June? It had me thinking of all the lovely things that would be happening in our school over these few months, and I am really missing seeing you all and hearing the craic from you every day.
Here is a menu of suggested work to complete this week. I have changed things around a little bit to shake up routine!
As said before, try to complete as much of the work assigned as you can, and please try your best to keep in contact with me by sending on pictures of completed work. Remember that I am recording what is being sent and providing feedback. I have received absolutely fabulous pieces of work already – keep it up!
Some of you send me pictures of your work daily, and others send pictures of all your week’s work at the end of the week. Both options suit me, as long as I can see what work you are completing as often as possible. It is just lovely to receive the work you complete at home!
As always, I have attached a Suggested Schedule of Work to help those who need a little bit of structure in their learning.
Our Local History – Project Work (Continuation from previous week)
Refer to last week’s blog post for shared expectations of Local History Project and for helpful resources.
This week, I have included additional websites to help with research of the history of your local area, and I have also included some help in terms of how to present your project.
Options for Presentation
Due Date: 1st June 2020 1 more week to complete
Marked out of 100 – 50/100 given to presentation; 50/100 given to information
To access videos, songs and activities, simply login on the www.growinlove.ie website with the following details:
Physical Education/Movement Breaks
Keep sending me your as much of your work as possible, 5th class, as I am recording all that is sent to me and providing as much feedback as I can. I also love seeing those who have engaged with our online platforms – Kahoot, Mangahigh, Imagine Forest and Khan Academy. You are doing a fabulous job, keep it up!