Learn a new dance with kidzbop!
Learn how to draw:
Become a scientist with these eggcellent experiments!
Go on a musical adventure with Peter and his furry friends.
Learn the different parts of the orchestra.
Narrated by David Bowie.
Suitable for all ages (spoiler alert, the duck survives!!).
Discover all the different musical instruments that are in an orchestra, have a listen to what they sound like, play some musical games and see can you find the instruments from Peter and The Wolf.
Make some edible rainbow toast (or whatever picture you want)
All you need is:
Add some food colouring to a small amount of milk.
Paint your design carefully onto your bread.
Put it in the toaster.
Try some really nice well being activities in the booklet below.
When all the online learning is done, here are three easy and fun activities to keep your children entertained.
(Food colouring/ paint)
Create some really nice 'magic' pictures, all you'll need is some kitchen/ paper towel, markers and water.
Make your very own bird feeder from an old milk carton to hang in the garden or on your balcony.
We have planned a series of parenting talks from guest speakers over the coming weeks, starting next Wednesday. All talks will be open to every parent/ guardian in the school. So please do not hesitate to join.
The first talk will be from AsIAm.
Here is a bit about the organisation from their website asiam.ie
'AsIAm Is Ireland’s National Autism Charity. We are working to create a society in which every autistic person is empowered to reach their own personal potential and fully participate in society. We believe that by developing the capacity of the autism community and addressing the societal barriers to inclusion we can make Ireland the world’s most autism-friendly country.'
The talk will take place next Wednesday January 20th at 10am via zoom. I will send a link that morning.
(The RTE school hub is back on from 10am, this could be a good option to keep your children entertained while you are dialed in to the webinar!)
If you have any queries or suggestions for speakers, please let me know.
Good morning everyone,
I hope you are all staying safe and well. It's very unfortunate that we find ourselves in lockdown again, but if we all work together and stay home hopefully this one will not be as long as the lockdown earlier in the year.
I will be updating my page with some fun things to do at home with your children/ keep them occupied once their school work is done.
Below are some videos that we show at each assembly to remind the children how to stay safe.
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