Wow, look at the fantastic work children have been doing at home. Thank you so much for all the lovely photos of your work. I love to see the learning you are doing on our theme of Space.
So this is our last plan before we take a two week break for Easter holidays. We want to be sure that we all take some time to relax a bit over the next two weeks without too much work to get done every day. Use these two weeks to get creative, do activities the children enjoy or learn a new skill. Don't forget you can watch School on Tv on RTE2 every day from 11am-12pm.
We want to be sure you have access to some resources that you can use if you'd like so we would recommend the Storyline online app and Starfall app. Storyline Online has a lot of the most popular picture books that are read aloud. Starfall has a huge range of literacy and numeracy activities. You can download the apps onto any device or simply use the websites.
After Easter we will be up and running on Seesaw our new online learning platform. I'm looking forward to connecting with you all through Seesaw and getting a chance to see the activities the children are doing at home.
Feel free to send on some of the children's activities tomorrow if they would like to see them posted on our blog.
Talk to you all after the Easter holidays. Stay safe.
Here's a little snapshot from our virtual assembly that will be available for you all to watch tomorrow, Friday 3rd April from 11am. Be sure to tune in and see all the teachers saying hi. Colette, Gemma, Linda and Catherine have lots of lovely things to tell you too.
Below is Thursday's suggested plan.
I would recommend watching RTE's School on TV programme which airs on RTE2 from 11am-12pm everyday.
I hope you are all keeping well. Feel free to keep sending me your fabulous photos of your work.
All the best,
Thank you for the lovely pictures of what you are doing at home. It's great to see everyone is keeping busy and enjoying themselves.
I was so happy to get these photos of fantastic arts, crafts and writing that children from Senior Infants Red were doing at home.
Keep up the good work everyone!!
Here are some Maths addition games that can be played with dice. The children will be familiar with some of these games from our daily Maths centres. These can be printed or it would be easy enough to recreate them yourself if you don't have access to a printer.