Here are some useful websites and online resources to keep yourselves busy over the next few days! Just copy and paste each one into your searchbar and see what interests you. There are also other websites mentioned on the school website if you go to Linda's post on the homepage.
The websites above have podcasts that you can listen to on lots of different topics, choose whatever ones you're interested in!
This website has great Music activities and games where you can compose and create your own sounds.
These two websites are good for revision of Maths concepts and topics, along with other logic and problem-solving puzzles.
These websites have great videos and articles on almost everything you can think of! Ted-Ed have hundreds of videos on lots of different Geography, Science, History, Mathematics and Philosophical topics so I'm sure there will be something to interest all of you there. The DK and National Geographic websites are also very interesting, with many articles and stories about SESE topics that can be used for projects or just your own reading if you are interested.
These websites are what we use during Warm-up and movement breaks in school, but they're good to use in order to stay active and keep moving at home!
These websites have brilliant Irish games, activities and videos for you to have a look at too. Now is the perfect opportunity for you to watch some TV shows and cartoons as Gaeilge and see how many verbs (briathra) or other words you can recognise. See if you can figure out what tense they are using (aimsir chaite, aimsir láithreach nó aimsir fhástineach).
This is another brilliant website set up by the United Nations to help to reach the sustainable development goals by 2030. It is a quiz game which donates food to countries who are affected by famine, poverty or food inequality for every correct answer you get! So each time you get a right answer, food is donated to those in need which is a great way to build your vocabulary and help the United Nations to reach the sustainable development goals by the year 2030!