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Programme of work for Third and Fourth Class from the 30th of March to the 4th April 2020
- Here are some suggestions for school work this week. Adapt the work and quantity to suit your child.
- Use the homework copies and date the work each day.
- Incorporate regular movement breaks while doing work.
- Bua na Cainte Read 192- Déan cárta Cásca. Scríobh teachtaireacht ar an gcárta (-make an Easter card and write an Easter greeting on the card in Irish).
- Read page 193, 194
- Bua na Cainte 4 resources available online https://www.edco.ie/
Username: primaryedcobooks Password: edco2020
- Listening Skills– Look at TG4 for a while between 3:30-4:30 each day
- Small World Read Unit 13 Life in Norman Ireland –
- Write 5 facts in your homework copy that you learned from Unit 13.
- Pick 10 food items in your kitchen and do the following
- Arrange by shape
- Arrange from tallest to smallest- write down the height of tallest and smallest item
- Arrange from heaviest to lightest- write down the weight of heaviest and lightest item
- Find the total weight of the heaviest and lightest item.
- Find the difference between the heaviest and lightest item
- Arrange in order based on the date on the items
- Make up your own maths questions based on the items in your kitchen.
- Spell Well – Week 29 – All activities
- Starlight – Read the next unit (Unit 15) Answer A and C
- Super Troopers- continue to the next week and adapt to suit being at home
- 10@10 available online (as Gaeilge or in English) or on RTÉ player. https://rtejr.rte.ie/10at10/
- Nature Walk – Look for three flowers/ plants and learn the names as Gaeilge and in English
- Project on a country (A short project- 2 pages maximum)
- Use the following headings
- Flag, 2. Map 3. Cities, 4. Rivers, 5. Mountains, 6. Capital, 7. Population, 8. Languages, 9. Food, 10. Culture
- Discussion – Holy Week
- Online – Grow In Love 4 Email:email@example.com Password: growinlove
- Look at the lessons based on Holy Week and Easter or discuss Holy Week and Easter at home.
Go n-éirí libh!
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