• Rockfield NS

1st Class Menu of Work 8\6\2020- 12\6\2020

Hi everyone, I hope you all had a great week.

Below is a suggested list of work for the following week 08/06/2020 – 12/06/2020. Remember as always just complete what you can. It was great to hear from so many people again this week and thank you to those who send on some of the fantastic work completed last week. Well done on all the great work you have completed so far. I hope you all have a lovely weekend and keep up the great work.

Like last week I have put up a grid with the work for each day and then here I have added the logins to the individual sites with some extra details too.

Any queries or questions about the list of work please email me for further details on firstclassmsmcintyre@gmail.com


Dictation

Water Safety Powerpoint

Water Safety Poster

Rainstick Musical Instrument

Home school links Subtraction

Home school links Time

Grid of work


Maths

I will attach a sheet to the blog of activities you can practice at home to reinforce all the content covered this week on subtraction and time.

This week we will be covering two topics subtraction and time.

Monday and Tuesday the children will be learning about subtraction of a one-digit and two-digit number from a two-digit number.

Wednesday/Thursday/ Friday the children will be learning about time: the clock in one-hour and half-hour intervals as well as the months of the year and the four seasons.

Monday:

p. 155: deals with the subtraction of a one-digit number from a two-digit number without renaming within 99.

Go to the CJ Fallon Website (Free login) Click Primary: First Class: Maths: Busy at Maths: Online Book (Click in the eye icon) Go to page 155

Tuesday:

P. 156: Deals with subtraction of tens within 99.

P. 157: Deals with the subtraction of a two-digit number from a two-digit number without renaming within 99

Wednesday:

P. 158: Asks the children to write the times or draw hands on the clock faces that are either 1 hour earlier or 1 hour later or ½ hour earlier or ½ hour later than a specified time.

Thursday:

P. 159: Has a television guide where the children are asked to identify programmes that occur at particular times in hours and half-hours.

Friday:

p.160: Deals with the months and seasons of the year.

p.161: Deals with the month of March on a regular calendar.

Maths Tables Test Friday

12+2= 12+8= 12+7=

12+6= 12+0= 12+1=

12+3= 12+11= 12+10=

12+12= 12+4= 12+9=

SESE

This week we will study Energy and Forces. The children will learn about temperature and sound this week.

Monday:

Read p. 94 & 95- Today the children will learn about temperature.

Do written activities p. 95. If you have access to a printer, you can print off the page or alternatively you can write out the sentences in your copy

Login to CJ Fallon to access all the pages listed above on the grid: CJ Fallon Website (Free login) Click Primary: First Class: SESE: Small World: Small world first class: Online Book (Click on the eye icon).

Tuesday: (Note different book- What a Wonderful World).

Read p. 22 & 23- Today you will talk about sounds the children hear in their environment. Discuss the sounds on p.22.

Go on a sound walk outside – draw some pictures of the things you hear while you are outside.

Draw 3 pictures of things that make a loud sound and 3 pictures of thigs that make a soft sound.

Login to CJ Fallon to access all the pages listed above on the grid: CJ Fallon Website (Free login) Click Primary: First Class: SESE: What a Wonderful World: What a Wonderful World Revised: Online Book (Click on the eye icon) – It’s the first option on the page.

Wednesday:

Read p. 96: Today the children will identify and differentiate between sounds.

Activity: Complete Experiment.

Login to CJ Fallon to access all the pages listed above on the grid: CJ Fallon Website (Free login) Click Primary: First Class: SESE: SESE: Small World: Small world first class: Online Book (Click on the eye icon) p.96

Thursday:

Today the children could try and make a Rainstick Musical Instrument using items found at home. Link to instructions above.

SPHE (Thursday)

We will discuss water safety in SPHE again this week.

Activity 1: Discuss Water Safety PowerPoint. (Link Above)

Activity 2: Design a water safety poster. (Link above or simply use a sheet of blank paper- you could send me your water safety poster today).

Again like last week you can access the following to complete further activities: Water safety Ireland has created a free educational resource for primary schools called PAWS (Primary Aquatics Water Safety). It teaches children how to be safe around water in homes, farms, pools beaches and on our waterways.

When you go on to watersafety.ie

Go to First and Second Lesson plan to access these resources: LAND PAWS


Art (Friday)

This week I would like you to read the poem called “Summer Morning”. I would like you to make a drawing of a picture or an image you have in your head after reading this poem.

Access to poem:

This poem is from the same book as the children are reading from the last two weeks. It’s from Gill education. Go to www.gillexplore.ie/products (It’s free access)

Go to: All Titles: Primary Titles

English

Class: Fist Class

Then click on: Over the Moon; skills book first class (It’s a yellow & green book)

Right beside the copy of that book when you have clicked on it; you will see the reader “Fun at the Circus” Reader 2. Poem “Summer Morning” is on p. 94

Gaeilge (Irish)

If anyone has problems downloading the Bua na Cainte pages email me and I will send photos of the pages. Or alternatively you could try the following:

For interactive lessons

1. Go to www.edco.ie/bua

2. Select the file which suits your computer: PC or MAC

3. Select the Class Level you require, and then click on it to start a download of the file.

4. Once the download has completed, click on the file to install and follow the on-screen instructions.

5. A Bua na Cainte icon will appear on your desktop. Once you select this icon a login page will open where you will need to enter the details included below.

Login: trial

Password: trial

An Luan (Monday)

Tá an lá fuar. (The day is cold.) Tá an lá fliuch (The day is wet.) Tá an lá scamallach (The day is cloudy.)

Tá an lá te. (The day is hot.) Tá an lá tirim (The day is dry.) Tá an lá gaofar (The day is windy.)

Log onto www.edcolearning.ie/login

User name: primaryedcobooks

Password: EDCO2020

Search- Bua na cainte 1

Go to 5- An Aimsir

Do page 37 (Bí ag leamh)

An Mháirt (Tuesday)

Log onto www.edcolearning.ie/login

User name: primaryedcobooks

Password: EDCO2020

Search- Bua na cainte 1

Go to 5- An Aimsir

Do page 38 (Bí ag Scríobh)

An Chéadaoin (Wednesday)

Is maith liom (I like……..)

Log onto www.edcolearning.ie/login

User name: primaryedcobooks

Password: EDCO2020

Search- Bua na cainte 1

Go to 5- An Aimsir

Do page 39: Feicim lé mo shúilín (I spy words that start with a ‘g’).

An Déardaoin (Thursday)

Log onto www.edcolearning.ie/login

User name: primaryedcobooks

Password: EDCO2020

Search- Bua na cainte 1

Go to 5- An Aimsir

Page 40: Faigh an abairt (Find the right sentence for each picture 1-6)

An Aoine (Friday)

Scríobh An Nuacht (News): Write your news as Gaeilge (In Irish)

Inniu an _________ (Today is ___________)

Inné an _________ (Yesterday was _______)

Amárach an ______ (Tomorrow will be ___)

An Luan (Monday) An Mháirt (Tuesday) An Chéadaoin (Wednesday) An Déardaoin (Thursday) An Aoine (Friday) An Satharn (Saturday) An Domhnach (Sunday)

Tá an lá_____________. (The day is __________).

Fuar (cold), te (hot), fluich (wet), tirim (dry), gaofar (windy), scamallach (cloudy), dorcha (dark) geal (bright).

Ní maith liom lá….. (I don’t like a ____ day.)

Tá________sa spéir. (There is a ________in the sky.)

Or got to Abair Liom p. 42 (Login as above)

English for Monday:

1. Writing: Write a postcard to your friends in first class. You can tell them about your holiday from last year or you can tell them about what you have been doing at home for the past week.

2. Reading:

Again the reading for this week is from the site we used for last week’s reading and comprehension. It’s from Gill education. Go to www.gillexplore.ie/products (It’s free access)

Go to: All Titles: Primary Titles

English

Class: Fist Class

Then click on: Over the Moon; skills book first class (It’s a yellow & green book)

Right beside the copy of that book when you have clicked on it; you will see the reader I am using this week is “Fun at the Circus” Reader 2

This week read all of Unit 18 “First Class Postcards” p.87-93” (Reading for the week)

English for Tuesday:

(Could also be completed Monday after reading: Complete when suits you- and they can be asked orally or used as a written activity)

Comprehension questions based on the Reading “First Class Postcards” p. 87-93

1. What class will Ms Brady be teaching next year?

2. What are on the wall behind Ms Brady’s desk?

3. Where did Lainey go on her holidays?

4. What did Ella use to paint the whiskers on Evan’s face?

5. What did Ella dress up as this year?

6. Where was Robbie on his holidays?

7. How many hours was Robbie on the aeroplane for?

8. Where was Tom spending his Easter?

9. Where did Ms Brady go?

10. What did Ms Brady go to visit in London?

Other Activities:

Music: Continue to practice your tunes on the tin whistle. Try playing a new tune from one of the sheets.

English in Practice (Grammar): (Continue with a column daily if you have previously accessed the viewing copy of this book online; “English in practice 1st Class” on the Prim- Ed website. You could read out the 10 questions to the children and children could write the answers in your copy

Shared Reading: Oxford Owl – books can be chosen based on age/level.

PE: 1st class:

Skill challenge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YEyTAQYWEg&list=PLbAvjLA-cZu3wHQQvoXnW0iYnmGT4OYUN&index=6

Physical exercise: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_WLETT_nJ4&list=PLbAvjLA-cZu2_eQy0tdGKH1J-V6Gd5guW&index=5