I hope you all enjoyed the midterm and had a well deserved break! Here are some photos of the amazing work from Fourth Red when we were in class in December as well as photos of some of our wonderful online work. You can see pictures of our making snow experiment, using oil pastels to recreate Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights, our percussion lessons with Music Generation and photos from Silly Hat Day!
Congratulations to Lamar, Ola, Alexandru, Hamid and Eshaal who have won the Outstanding Weekly Learner over the last few weeks, it is always incredibly difficult to pick a winner as there are so many talented hard workers in our class. Keep up the great work!
We had a lovely day celebrating all of our hard work this term in Fourth Class Red! We hope everyone has a safe and happy midterm break! Well done everyone!
This month in Fourth Class Red we have been learning all about Big Cats. We researched different Big Cats including tigers, snow leopards, jaguars and lions and created projects on these. We then presented them to the class. We also enjoyed reading poems and stories all about Big Cats. Today we created marbled paintings. Have a look at some of our photos!
Please log on to your Seesaw account over the Easter break. Your parents have the details. You should try and get familiar with Seesaw now so you are all set for after Easter. It will be like our own 4th Red classroom, but a tiny bit different! See you all there after Easter!!
For more information go to the school online learning page: https://www.eskeretns.ie/online-learning.html
The video below shows how to get started. We’re using Seesaw class not Seesaw Family.
This is Ahmed’s famine project. Well done. Another great project!
Another fantastic presentation by Hillary! Well done. This is great work.
This famine project is by Anshpreet. Well done! Fantastic work.
Friday assembly, with a message from Colette, Gemma, Linda, Catherine and teachers will be available from the school website later today so look out for that. Hope you are getting on well. Send me any pictures or projects you have done by email and let me know if you want me to share them and I can put them on the blog.
Here are this week's GAA skills that David Moran GPO from Lucan Sarsfields has prepared for us all.
First do the warm up.
Next it's Football or Sock Ball!
Next it is Hurling. If you don't have a hurl use a stick or brush handle!
Lastly it's a game of knee touch. Great fun!!
Thanks to David Moran from Lucan Sarsfields for helping us with our GAA.
Don't forget, the previous videos from David are further back on our class blog.
This is Karlo's famine project. Fantastic work! Keep sending them in everyone!