First class

Parents, please note: Any book rentals need to be returned on Thursday 25th and /or Friday 26th, 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Books Rentals used in 22nd of  June 2020.  First Class this year were the two English Readers – “Finn’s Dream” and “The Four Friends” and for Miss Mc Nulty’s class “Sleep Tight and more”. Please return to front door of the school in a plastic bag.

Dear Parents, Boys, and Girls,

We would like to thank you all for your cooperation, patience, and hard work this past term. We have missed teaching the children so much and can’t wait to see them in September. We hope you all have a great summer and get a very well earned rest.

Please find an outline of the work below for the children for the final week of 1st class. This unit of work has also been represented in a suggested daily plan.

Click here for final week’s work

Our email address is sc1stclasslk@gmail.com

Have a great summer!

With best wishes and kind regards,

Ms Bríd Ferry & Ms Ruth Mc Nulty

Thanks to Mikolj in first-class for doing this fantastic picture of a frontline hero! 

Parents, please note: Any book rentals need to be returned on Thursday 25th and /or Friday 26th 10a.m. – 2p.m. Books Rentals used in First Class this year were the two English Readers – “Finn’s Dream” and “The Four Friends”.

15th June 2020

Dear Parents, Boys and Girls,

It’s hard to believe that we are now entering our final full week of 1st Class!

Please find an outline of work below for the children for the week of 15th – 19th June. This unit of work has also been represented in a suggested daily plan.

We are so proud of the work the boys and girls are doing at home. We know it has not been an easy task for parents and children! We really appreciate your regular communication and getting updates from the children. Our email address is sc1stclasslk@gmail.com

With best wishes and kind regards,

Ms Bríd Ferry & Ms Ruth Mc Nulty

Click here for work for 15th – 19th June

 

 

8th June 2020

Dear Parents, Boys and girls,

Well done and thank you to all of you who are working hard and engaging with the blog to carry on your schoolwork. We are into the final month of 1st class so keep at it and the workload will start to lighten over the next few weeks. Please keep sending us emails of your work as we love to see how you are getting on as we are missing you all very much.

Click here → 8th of June work for the outline of this week’s schoolwork and a suggested timetable.

Regards

Bríd Ferry and Ruth Mc Nulty

2nd June 2020

Dear Parents, Boys and Girls,

We hope you had a lovely long weekend of fun in sunshine and are ready to learn more at home this week!

Well done to all the 1st Class boys and girls who are continuing to work so hard at home – we are very proud of all the work you are doing. We are missing you very much and we love getting updates about your learning.

1st Class Parents, it was lovely to see some familiar faces last week. Thank you for collecting your child’s text-books from school. We hope that is helpful for you to have these books at home.

Please find an outline of work below for the children for the week of 2nd – 5th June. This unit of work has also been represented in a suggested daily plan.

Please continue to share the children’s progress with us via email. Our email address is sc1stclasslk@gmail.com

With best wishes and kind regards,

Ms Bríd Ferry & Ms Ruth Mc Nulty

Please click here for work for 2nd to 5th June

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25th May 2020

Dear Parents,

Please find an outline of work below for the 1st class children for the week of 25th– 29th of May. The children will have most of these text books at home in a hard copy. All other text books are available online as eBooks through the CJ Fallon / Folens websites, free of charge. This unit of work has also been represented in a suggested daily plan.

Attention boys and girls. Important notice.

We would love you to help us this week with our Active Flag .

This week you will be learning about water safety using the PAWS programme.

The lessons which you do will help our school to get our Active Flag.

Read through the following steps to find the lessons.

— Google ‘ teachpaws.ie

–Scroll up until you find first/second class

— Scroll up again to find ‘Show Lesson Book’ .

This shows a lovely book to show us how to be safe at the seaside ,at the swimming pool ,on the farm etc. Click on each page to read the story.

— Go back to previous page when finished story.

–Click on the circles/rings on the page and answer the questions .

Once you have completed the questions email your teacher to say you have completed the programme.

It would be great if you could send on a picture too .

Enjoy the fun lessons .

Please continue to share the children’s progress with us via email. Our email address is sc1stclasslk@gmail.com

We are so proud of how hard the children are continuing to work at home. Well done boys and girls!

With best wishes and kind regards,

Ms Bríd Ferry & Ms Ruth Mc Nulty

Please click here for work for May 25th

 

Master your maths Answers to final page. Page 95

1: 5

2: 10

3: October

4: 1

5:69

6:Visual- cylinder

7: 4th, 6th, 10th

8: Visual

9: 20c, 5c, 1c

10: 22

11: 6

12: b

13: 24

14: 63

15: 17

18th May 2020

Dear Parents,

Please click on the red link below for the 1st class children for the week of 18th – 22nd May. The children will have some of these text books at home in a hard copy. All other text books are available online as eBooks through the CJ Fallon / Folens websites, free of charge. This unit of work has also been represented in a suggested daily plan.

This week, you have been allocated a time to collect your child’s texts books from the school building. We hope that it will assist all the hard work you are doing at home if the children have their text books from class.

Please continue to share the children’s progress with us via email. Our email address is sc1stclasslk@gmail.com

We are so proud of how hard the children are continuing to work at home. Well done boys and girls!

With best wishes and kind regards,

Ms Bríd Ferry & Ms Ruth Mc Nulty

Click here to access work 18th – 22nd May

 

 

 

Master Your Maths  ‘Friday Test’ Answers Pg 94

1. 3
2. Colour 10 fish
3. 11
4. 16
5. Visual
6. Visual
7. 19
8. Autumn
9. 21
10. 25
11. 5
12. 87, 78, 65, 56
13. Visual
14. 12
15. 15

 

 

11th May 2020

Dear Parents,

Please find an outline of work below for the 1st class children for the week of 11th – 15th May. The children will have some of these text books at home in a hard copy. All other text books are available online as eBooks through the CJ Fallon website, free of charge. This unit of work has also been represented in a suggested daily plan.

Our email address is sc1stclasslk@gmail.com

Your child is asked to select 2/3 pieces of work that he/she can email to his/her teacher. It may be work that they are very pleased with or work that they are struggling with. We understand that there may be pressures at home regarding the availability of electronic devices in any one day. Your child can email their work when a device becomes available. There will be no deadline for the submission of work.

If you are submitting your child’s work, please put their name in the subject bar of the email. If there is anything which you wish to discuss with us, please do not hesitate to send an email, F.A.O. your child’s teacher.

Please tell the children that we have enjoyed seeing their hard work at home. We are so proud of how well the boys and girls have been working at home.

With best wishes and kind regards,

Ms Bríd Ferry & Ms Ruth Mc Nulty

Text Books

“Master your Maths”  Friday Test Pg 94

“Spell Well” Pages 62 + 63 (revision week)

Reader- continue English reader one page a day. For those of you that have completed the reader, there are free eBooks available https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/

Daily News Writing in copies: Please encourage your child to include the day, date, season, weather, what they did that day, how they helped at home, something they had to eat, etc.

Sentences: based on story Eat your peas- link below.

Free access to the following eBooks available from CJ Fallon website – First Class Section (www.cjfallon.ie)

1stClass Busy at Maths Pages 145-149

Go through the pages with your child and have them complete the work on a piece of paper. (Or print pages if you have access to a printer and have the children complete them.)

1stClass Busy at Maths Shadow Book Pages 20-24

Small World Pages 87 +88

My Read at Home Book 1 Pages 69-73

 

Story online https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rab3Iw0qT1Uhave the children listen and watch the story and then write 5 sentences about the story.

 

 

 

 

Mrs Anne Marie Ferry’s support groups –

Please continue with work in your folders and go over red notebook

Master your Maths Week 21 and Friday test p86

Sounds like Phonics Pages 80,81 and 82

Access to books (if you don’t have your own copy) available on www.cjfallon.ie

Reading: Yellow Jolly Phonics reader

Continue with revision of tables

Have a great week.

Email: scmrsferry@gmail.com  Mrs Ferry support teacher (not to be confused with Miss Ferry 1st class teacher)

Mrs Carmel Mc Macken’s groups –

Maths Groups

Please continue with revision of tables every day and daily work in Master your Maths.

Also try counting in 2’s as far as 20, 5’s as far as 50 and 10’s as far as 100.

EAL group

Reading-Have a go at learning the new words in Stop That Dog pages Pgs 11, 12, 13, 14,15, 16, 17 and read pages.

Writing – “Stop that dog” activity book.   Write the activities in a copy or on a sheet of paper. Writing pages 8,9,10,11,12
Remember you can access the above books through www.folensonline.ie. Register with Folens and use this code for the Roll Number Prim 20.
Spellings – Learn to spell these words: bird, girl, dirt, cork, fork, horn, fur, burn, turn, been, said.

Have a good week and stay safe.

Email: scmrsmcmacken@gmail.com

Extra Activities (Non-essential work, but perhaps some good ideas for kids who want to keep busy!)

David Walliams does a story a day online at this link. You could have your child listen to it and respond to the story by drawing a picture, writing about their favourite part, reviewing the story or retelling the story orally to their siblings or parents. https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

CJ Fallons 1stclass Brain teasers (CJ Fallon eBook) – Do a different brain teaser each day.

GoNoodlefor movement breaks and activities available on youtube.

Ten at tenmovement breaks on youtube.

PE:If you have access to Youtube have the children select one video from Cosmic kids yoga get some space on a mat or a towel and copy the exercises. Here is a link but let your child choose which one appeals to them most. https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

PE:Joe Wicks Daily- P.E. with Joe  (30 minutes each) Available on youtube.

https://www.dublinzoo.ie/animals/animal-webcams/children can see the animals via video

Sample daily plan

The books listed in blue were sent home with your child.

The books listed in red are available free of charge online from CJ Fallon.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
 

 

 

 

 

 

· Master your Maths Friday test P94

 

 

l Spell well  p62 exercise a + b

 

· Spell Well

p62 exercise c

 

· Spell Well

p63 exercise d

 

 

· Spell Well

Page 63 exercise e

 

· Spell well exercise f

 

l Busy at maths p 145 · Busy at Maths

P146

 

· Busy at Maths

P147

 

· Busy at Maths

P148

· Busy at Maths P149

 

l Busy at maths shadow book P20 · Busy at Maths Shadow book

P21

 

· Busy at Maths Shadow book

P22

 

· Busy at Maths Shadow book

P23

 

· Busy at Maths Shadow book

P24

 

l Eat your peas- story online- youtube. · Small World

P87

 

· Small World

P88

 

l Sentences based on Eat your peas l Sentences based on Eat your peas
l News writing · News writing

 

· News writing

 

· News writing

 

· News writing

 

l My Read at Home Book 1 page 69 · My Read at Home Book 1

P70

· My Read at Home Book 1

P71

· My Read at Home Book 1

P72

· My Read at Home Book 1

P73

 

 

Master your Maths answers for week (5th Of May – 8th of May)

Monday (64) Tuesday  (64) Wednesday(65) Thursday (65) Friday (93)
1. 5c 2c

2. 16

3. 8

4. Half past 5

5. 50

6. Red square

7. 2

8. 22

9. 22

10. 49

11. Visual showing 11:00 and 11:30

12. 3 and a half hours

1. 18

2. 20c, 20c, 5c

3. 65

4. 20

5. 20

6. Visual

7. 3

8. 14

9. Heavier

10. June

11. 5

12. 2

1. 9

2. Half past 8

3. 25

4. 4

5. 80

6. A

7. March

8. 59

9. 31

10. 20c,5c, 2c

11. 25th

12. 15

 

1. July

2. 20c, 10c, 5c

3. 32

4. 10

5. 44

6. 6tens 1 unit

7. A

8. 2

9. 10 O clock

10. 1

11. 99

12. 9

1. 74c

2. April

3. 92,91,90

4. 20

5. Various answers

6. 89

7. 5

8. Visual

9. Baby, child, teenager, adult

10. 1 O clock

11. 92

12. Visual

13. Visual

14. Yellow

15. Red

 

5th May 2020

Dear Parents,

Please click on the blue link below to find an outline of work for the week of 5th – 8th May. The children will have some of these text books at home in a hard copy. All other text books are available online as eBooks through the CJ Fallon website, free of charge. This unit of work has also been represented in a suggested daily plan.

Our email address is sc1stclasslk@gmail.com

Your child is asked to select 2/3 pieces of work that he/she can email to his/her teacher. It may be work that they are very pleased with or work that they are struggling with. We understand that there may be pressures at home regarding the availability of electronic devices in any one day. Your child can email their work when a device becomes available. There will be no deadline for the submission of work.

If you are submitting your child’s work, please put their name in the subject bar of the email. If there is anything which you wish to discuss with us, please do not hesitate to send an email, F.A.O. your child’s teacher.

Reminder: Please return your Active School Week Charts. These can be found http://www.scoilcolmcillelk.ie/ and email to scmrsmcclafferty@gmail.com

Please tell the children that we have enjoyed seeing their hard work at home. We are so proud of how well the boys and girls have been working at home.

With best wishes and kind regards,

Ms Bríd Ferry & Ms Ruth Mc Nulty

5th – 8th May

Text Books

“Master your Maths” Pages 64+65, Friday Test Pg 93

“Spell Well” Pages 60+61

Reader- continue English reader one page a day. For those of you that have completed the reader, there are free eBooks available https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/

Daily News Writing in copies: Please encourage your child to include the day, date, season, weather, what they did that day, how they helped at home, something they had to eat, etc.

Sentences: Put their spellings from Spell Well into sentences (4 Spellings a day, 4 sentences)

Free access to the following eBooks available from CJ Fallon website – First Class Section (www.cjfallon.ie)

1st Class Busy at Maths Pages 141-144

Go through the pages with your child and have them complete the work on a piece of paper. (Or print pages if you have access to a printer and have the children complete them.)

1st Class Busy at Maths Shadow Book Pages 16-19

Small World Pages 85+86

My Read at Home Book 1 Pages 65-68

Mrs Anne Marie Ferry’s support groups –

Please continue with work in your folders and go over red notebook

Master your Maths Week 20 and Friday test p85

Sounds like Phonics Pages 75, 77, 79

Access to books (if you don’t have your own copy) available on www.cjfallon.ie

Reading: Yellow Jolly Phonics reader

Continue with revision of tables

Have a great week.

Email: scmrsferry@gmail.com  Mrs Ferry support teacher (not to be confused with Miss Ferry 1st class teacher)

Mrs Carmel Mc Macken’s groups –

Maths Groups

Please continue with revision of tables every day and daily work in Master your Maths.

Also try counting in 2’s as far as 20, 5’s as far as 50 and 10’s as far as 100.

EAL group

Reading-Have a go at learning the new words in Stop That Dog pages 6-10 and read pages 6-10 only.

Writing – “Stop that dog” activity book. Pgs 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. Write the activities in a copy or on a sheet of paper.

Remember you can access the above books through www.folensonline.ie. Register with Folens and use this code for the Roll Number Prim 20.

Spellings – Learn to spell these words: car, tar, star, sugar, arm, art, yard, alarm, here, keep, left, this.

Have a good week and stay safe.

Email: scmrsmcmacken@gmail.com

Extra Activities (Non-essential work, but perhaps some good ideas for kids who want to keep busy!)

David Walliams does a story a day online at this link. You could have your child listen to it and respond to the story by drawing a picture, writing about their favourite part, reviewing the story or retelling the story orally to their siblings or parents. https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

CJ Fallons 1st class Brain teasers (CJ Fallon eBook) – Do a different brain teaser each day.

GoNoodle for movement breaks and activities available on youtube.

Ten at ten movement breaks on youtube.

PE: If you have access to Youtube have the children select one video from Cosmic kids yoga get some space on a mat or a towel and copy the exercises. Here is a link but let your child choose which one appeals to them most. https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

PE: Joe Wicks Daily- P.E. with Joe (30 minutes each) Available on youtube.

https://www.dublinzoo.ie/animals/animal-webcams/ children can see the animals via video

Sample daily plan

The books listed in blue were sent home with your child.

The books listed in red are available free of charge online from CJ Fallon.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
·        Master your Maths P64 Monday + Tuesday sections

 

·        Master your Maths P65 Wednesday

 

·        Master your Maths P65 Thursday ·        Master your Maths Friday test P93

 

 

Bank Holiday Weekend

 

·        Spell Well

Spellings 1-6 Sentences

Activity B

 

·        Spell Well

Spellings 7-12 Sentences

Activity C

 

 

·        Spell Well

Spellings 13-16 Sentences

Activity D

 

·        Spelling test

 

·        Busy at Maths

P141

 

·        Busy at Maths

P142

 

·        Busy at Maths

P143

·        Busy at Maths P144

 

·        Busy at Maths Shadow book

p16

 

·        Busy at Maths Shadow book

p17

 

·        Busy at Maths Shadow book

p18

 

·        Busy at Maths Shadow book

p19

 

·        Small World

P85

 

·        Small World

P86

 

·        News writing

 

·        News writing

 

·        News writing

 

·        News writing

 

·        My Read at Home Book 1

P65

·        My Read at Home Book 1

P66

·        My Read at Home Book 1

P67

·        My Read at Home Book 1

P68


Answers for this weeks Master your Maths. (week ending the 1st of May)

Monday (62) Tuesday  (62) Wednesday(63) Thursday (63) Friday (92)
1. Spring

2. 1

3. No

4. 9

5. Above

6. 7

7. 50

8. Adult

9. 8

10. 10

11. 32

12. 5

1. 7

2. 17

3. 6

4. 90

5. Visual triangle

6. Visual

7. 4

8. 11

9. Visual

10. 3

11. Visual

12. visual

1. Square

2. Winter

3. 14

4. 81c

5. 5

6. 5

7. 12.00

8. 5

9. 10

10. P

11. 7

12. 5

 

1. Summer

2. 5

3. 22

4. 19

5. 50, 10

6. 2

7. Visual

8. 42

9. K

10. 10

11. 29

12. 15

1. Visual

2. 15,25

3. 99

4. 4c

5. 3

6. 9

7. 5

8. 2 blue stars

9. 63

10. 45

11. 8 o clock

12. Less than one metre

13. 5, 6, 7

14. 18

15. 2

 

Dear Parents,

This week is Active week and although we are not together we know that keeping active is still of up most importance at this time as we all try to keep safe, healthy and happy. So as part of this weeks work we are setting the children a challenge to do 60 minutes of physical activity a day and to log it in their active schools chart found here:

https://activeschoolflag.ie/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Active-Home-Week-Challenge-Chart-1.png

The children can choose what they do but the are encouraged to try new activities along with activities they already enjoy. Suggestions include: walking, running, jogging, skipping, cycling, going on scooter or go-cart or flicker, online workouts such as yoga for kids, family football or ball against the wall etc. Links to all ideas will be at the end of this post.

Please find an outline of work below for the 1st class children for the week of 27 April – 1st of May. The children will have some of these text books at home in a hard copy. All other text books are available online as eBooks through the CJ Fallon website, free of charge. This unit of work has also been represented in a suggested daily plan.

Our email address is sc1stclasslk@gmail.com (work for Miss Mc Nulty and Miss Ferry to this address please)

Your child is asked to select 2/3 pieces of work that he/she can email to his/her teacher. It may be work that they are very pleased with or work that they are struggling with. We understand that there may be pressures at home regarding the availability of electronic devices in any one day. Your child can email their work when a device becomes available. There will be no deadline for the submission of work.

If you are submitting your child’s work, please put their name in the subject bar of the email. If there is anything which you wish to discuss with us, please do not hesitate to send an email, F.A.O. your child’s teacher.

We hope that you are all keeping safe.

Please tell the children that we miss them and look forward to seeing them back in school.

With best wishes and kind regards,

Ms Bríd Ferry & Ms Ruth Mc Nulty

Text Books

Master your maths Pages 62+63, Friday Test Pg 92

Spell Well Pages 58 + 59

Handwriting workbook P 50 + 51

Reader- continue English reader one page a day

English reading CJ Fallon first class Read at home P60- 64

Daily News Writing in copies: Please encourage your child to include the day, date, season, weather, what they did that day, how they helped at home, something they had to eat, etc.

Sentences: Put their spellings from Spell Well into sentences (4 Spellings a day, 4 sentences)

Free access to the following eBooks available from CJ Fallon (www.cjfallon.ie)

1stClass Busy at Maths Pages 136-140

Go through the pages with your child and have them complete the work on a piece of paper. (Or print pages if you have access to a printer and have the children complete them.)

1stClass Busy at Maths Shadow Book Pages 11- 15

Small World Pages 83 + 84

My Read at Home Book 1 Pages 60- 64

 

Mrs Anne Marie Ferry’s support groups –

Please continue with work in your folders and go over red notebook

Master your Maths Week 19 and Friday test p84,

Sounds like Phonics Pages 72,73,74

Access to books (if you don’t have your own copy) available on www.cjfallon.ie

Continue with revision of tables

Have a great week.

Email: scmrsferry@gmail.com  Mrs Ferry support teacher (not to be confused with Miss Ferry 1st class teacher)

 

Mrs Carmel Mc Macken’s groups –

Maths Groups

Please continue with revision of tables every day and daily work in Master your Maths.

EAL groups

EAL group. Reading–Have a go at learning the new words in Stop That Dog,only words from pgs 1,2,3,4,5 and read pgs
,1,2,3,4,5.

Writing—The Big Horse Activity  Book — pgs 8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15. Write the activities in a copy or a sheet of paper.

Remember you can access the above books through www.folensonline.ie. Register with Folens and use this code for the Roll Number Prim 20.

Spellings—Learn to spell these words.   /all,call,fall,tall,bell,sell,tell,yell,bill,fill,hill,will,down, then..

Have a good week and stay safe.

Email: scmrsmcmacken@gmail.com

Extra Activities (Non-essential work, but perhaps some good ideas for kids who want to keep busy!)

David Walliams does a story a day online at this link. You could have your child listen to it and respond to the story by drawing a picture, writing about their favourite part, reviewing the story or retelling the story orally to their siblings or parents. https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

CJ Fallons 1stclass Brain teasers (CJ Fallon eBook) – Do a different brain teaser each day.

Have your child do a mini project on Australia or the Solar system as these topics have been recently covered. There are lots of resources on Twinklthat are very useful, and all free of charge.

GoNoodlefor movement breaks and activities available on youtube. Ten at ten movements breaks on youtube.

PE: If you have access to Youtube have the children select one video from Cosmic kids yoga get some space on a mat or a towel and copy the exercises. Here is a link but let your child choose which one appeals to them most. https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

Joe Wicks Daily- P.E. with Joe  (30 minutes each) Available on youtube.

https://www.dublinzoo.ie/animals/animal-webcams/children can see the animals via video

Active home week website with activities and info= https://activeschoolflag.ie/index.php/active-home-week-2020/

 

Sample daily plan

The books listed in blue were sent home with your child.

The books listed in red are available free of charge online from CJ Fallon.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
· Master your Maths P62 Monday

 

· Busy at Maths P136

 

· Busy at Maths Shadow book P11

 

· Spell Well Spellings 4 a day, Sentences, Activity B

 

· Small World  p83

 

· News writing

 

· My Read at Home Book 1 P60

· Master your Maths P62 Tuesday

 

· Busy at Maths P137

 

· Busy at Maths Shadow book p12

 

· Spell Well Spellings 4 a day, Sentences, Activity C

 

· News writing

 

· My Read at Home Book 1 P61

· Master your Maths P63 Wednesday

 

· Busy at Maths P138

 

· Busy at Maths Shadow book p13

 

 

· Spell Well Spellings 4 a day, sentences, Activity D

 

· Small World P84

 

 

· News writing

 

· My Read at Home Book 1 P62

· Master your Maths P63 Thursday

 

· Busy at Maths P139

 

 

· Busy at Maths Shadow book p14

 

· Spell Well Spellings 4 a day plus sentences

 

· Handwriting Workbook p50

 

· News writing

 

· My Read at Home Book 1 P63

· Spelling test

 

· Master your Maths Friday test P92

 

 

· Busy at Maths P140

 

· Busy at Maths Shadow book p15

 

· Handwriting Workbook p51

 

 

 

· News writing

 

· My Read at Home Book 1 p64

 

 

Answers to this weeks Master your maths.

Monday (p60) Tuesday  (p60) Wednesday  (p61) Thursday  (p61) Friday test (p91)
1: 40

2: 20,10

3. 5c

4: 30

5: Sphere should be coloured (3rd shape)

6: 65

7:12

8: Kilogrammes

9:Visual

10: 4

11: 8

12: 25c

 

1: 98

2: 5

3: Sphere (3rd shape)

4:17

5:36

6: 70, 60

7: 88

8: January

9: 65

10: 35

11: 2 Hours

12: 2c

1: 75

2: 97

3:77c

4: 27

5: 97, 96, 95

6: 35

7: Sphere (3rd shape)

8: 19

9: 3rd,   5th

10: 13, 18, 26, 29

11: Going clockwise starting from 12 around the answers should be 8, 9, 10, 9

12: 13

1: 68, 78

2: 6c

3: 32

4: 44

5: 95,94,93

6: Triangle should be circled (3rd shape)

7: 73

8:Visual

9: June

10: Breakfast

11: 30

12: Wednesday

1:  10, 12, 14

2:  Square (2nd shape)

3: 92

4: 48

5: 6

6: can roll

7: 3 + 2 + 8 = 13

8:  20c and 10c

9: Kilogrammes

10: 18

11: 14

12: 7

13:  clock B

14: 9kg

15: Visual showing 8:30

 

 

20th April

Dear Parents,

We hope that the boys and girls have been enjoying the beautiful weather and have had an opportunity to get outside in the sunshine.

Please click on the blue link below labelled “20th April Work” to find an outline of work below for the 1st class children for the week of 20th – 24th April. The children will have some of these text books at home in a hard copy. All other text books are available online as eBooks through the CJ Fallon website, free of charge. This unit of work has also been represented in a suggested daily plan.

Our email address is sc1stclasslk@gmail.com

Your child is asked to select 2/3 pieces of work that he/she can email to his/her teacher. It may be work that they are very pleased with or work that they are struggling with. We understand that there may be pressures at home regarding the availability of electronic devices in any one day. Your child can email their work when a device becomes available. There will be no deadline for the submission of work. If you are submitting your child’s work, please put their name in the subject bar of the email. If there is anything which you wish to discuss with us, please do not hesitate to send an email, F.A.O. your child’s teacher.

We hope that you are all keeping safe. Please tell the children that we miss them and look forward to seeing them back in school.

With best wishes and kind regards,

Ms Bríd Ferry & Ms Ruth Mc Nulty

E.A.L.

20th April Work

30th March

Dear Parents,

We hope that you are keeping well and safe during this time. Please find an outline of work for the 1st class children for the week starting the 30th of March until the Friday the 3rd of April.

The children will have some of these text books at home in a hard copy. All other text books are available online as eBooks through the CJ Fallon website, free of charge.

Please click the link below to find the work to be covered by the children this week. This has also been represented in a suggested daily plan. Do your best to complete this work and to read daily with your child. We will catch up on anything necessary when we return to school.

Please tell the children that we miss them and we look forward to being reunited with them when we return to school.

With best wishes and kind regards,

Ms B Ferry & Ms R Mc Nulty

30th March – 3rd April

Please Click on the above link for 1st Class Week for the Week Commencing 30th March

Here is an outline of suggested work for 1st class students during the school closure

Self Love on Valentine’s Day!It is so important to celebrate all the wonderful things that make us who we are. Self esteem is so important so this Valentine’s we focused on sending some loves to ourselves and celebrated all our wonderful traits. The children listed wonderful qualities such as; friendly, kind, thoughtful, determined, brave, gentle, funny, silly, happy, good at Irish, good at sharing, good at sports etc as some of the things that they love about themselves. Well done you lovely lot!

Happy Valentine’s day from 1st class.Fluffy Paint SnowmenFirst class thoroughly enjoying their Gymnastic sessions with Citadel Gymnastics coaches.

Winter Silhouettes

1st Class have been developing their Comprehension Skills through “Building Bridges of Understanding”.

We have been busy taking part in “Literacy Lift Off”. We are having so much fun learning as we improve our reading and writing.

1st Class created some lovely paintings inspired by the books we have been reading. “The Little Red Hen”, “Click, Clack, Moo, Cows That Type” and “Giraffe’s Can’t Dance”.

Halloween in Ms Ferry’s Class!

Learning our Phonics using the I-Pads

Making 2D Shapes using lollipop sticks

We went on a bug hunt. We used pooters to look carefully at the mini-beasts we found.