SomeHello to everyone in Second Class, I hope you are all keeping well and working hard at home. I hope you all enjoyed your virtual school tour and sports day. I have set up the seesaw app on my phone. It is very easy to use and I think it is a quicker way of uploading work; many of the children will enjoy uploading it themselves. I hope you all like it and I’ll look forward to seeing your work on the app this week. You can also contact me by email if you wish at Katrinacumiskey@gmail.com
We are nearly at the school holidays so we are going to try to get the Maths programme completed. This week I am just giving English, Irish and Maths work.
English: Spellings- ark, clever, gloves, son, front, dozen, monkey, somebody, woman, women
Dictation: We won eight jars of honey.
My brother saw the explosion.
A wonderful smell was coming from the oven.
Put your spellings into sentences.
Skills Book: Pages 90, 91, 92, 93, 94
Handwriting: Please do two more pages of either the large handwriting book or the small handwriting book.
Oral Language: Go onto CJfallon website; go to Quicklinks which is at the top right of the website, Click on OLP-J1 to 2ND.
Go to Unit 16. Animals in the Garden. Listen to the interactive power point and complete the games.
Creative Writing: Think about what creatures you might find in a typical back garden. Write a story about a time you found an unusual animal in the garden and would have liked to have kept it as a pet.
Write a story about why it is good to feed the birds in winter.
Compose a poem about animals in the garden. Use the poem “The Night I Met a Hedgehog” for ideas.
Reading: Reading: Reader - Bedtime stories Lost Keys pages 51- 60 Begin reading the novel “One Wish”. Read chapter one and two.
https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks there is a number of books available here for you to read online. You just need to set up an account and you have lots of access to readers. (This is a wonderful resource, the children will really benefit from reading these books.)
Continue reading any books you have at home
Money: Pages 133, 134 and 135
I have attached videos for some of these pages.
Encourage the children to handle real coins, call out various amounts and get them to count the correct amount of coins. Encourage them to work out change from 1 euro and 2euro. Up until now the children have only been using coins up to 1 Euro, so they may find it tricky counting to 2 euro. Use a hundred square also.
Also use the interactive games on the Busy at Maths website, they are labelled 133, 134 and 135. Patterns 2: pages 140 -143
Go to CJFallon, click on student resources, then filter to 2nd class, Busy at Maths and in the right corner click interactive. Go to page 7 & 8 and there are interactive games linked to place value. They are labelled page 140,141, 142, 143. The games help the children develop a better understanding of the concepts. Practice counting aloud in 2’s, 3’s, 4’s and 5’s.
Subtraction 3: pages 136-139
I have attached videos for these pages also. Please also use the interactive games on the Busy at Maths website.
Capacity: Pages 144 -147
The children will love measuring the amounts of liquid in various containers. Please also use the interactive games on the Busy at Maths Website.
Gaeilge: If you go to folensonline.ie you can access our Gaeilge programme ‘Abair Liom D’
Go to FolensOnline.ie and click register
Fill in a username, email and password
For Roll Number use the code: Prim20
Once you have an account the children can click on the ‘resources’ part of the Abair Liom D book and access all the games, songs and poems they have been learning all year.
For the next theme – go to lesson 27 Súil siar 4 pages 138 – 139. The children can listen to the story, song and poem and play the games.
Religion: Go to www.growinlove.ie
To login - username:email@example.com
Click Second Class book and go to theme God wants us to be happy. Complete the 2 workbook pages also.
I would love to see photos of your work during the week, please upload some of your work on the Seesaw app, I would love to see your lovely work and it will be great for everyone to practice using it, including Mrs Cumiskey.
Lots of Love