Thursday, 29 September 2016

Homework (29/09/16)

Homework (29/09/16)

English Reading: Sails readers (Every week i will give out one book per week. Try and spread out book across the week, if finished the book move onto personal books) - 10 to 15 minutes.

Spelling in spelling folder: 1/2/3 words. Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.

English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into one sentence in homework copy. Put heading above each day saying Homework and the date (eg. Homework 14/09/16)

English Grammar: Sheet on Alphabetical order. Children have full week to get full page done so divide among the days. Any part of the sheet that cannot be done in the sheet should be done in the homework copy.

Maths: Tables Champion p10 thursday.

Irish Reading: p16 Leigh sa Bhaile.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner. there is a parents resource page where at this website: http://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources

Use this website, by ticking Léigh sa Bhaile C, then clicking view resources beside the page you are doing that night (it will say lch5 - this means page 5)

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Homework (28/09/16)

Homework (28/09/16)

English Reading: Sails readers (Every week i will give out one book per week. Try and spread out book across the week, if finished the book move onto personal books) - 10 to 15 minutes.

Spelling in spelling folder: 1/2/3 words. Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.

English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into one sentence in homework copy. Put heading above each day saying Homework and the date (eg. Homework 14/09/16)

English Grammar: Sheet on Alphabetical order. Children have full week to get full page done so divide among the days. Any part of the sheet that cannot be done in the sheet should be done in the homework copy.

Maths: Tables Champion p10 Wednesday.

Irish Reading: p15 Leigh sa Bhaile.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner. there is a parents resource page where at this website: http://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources

Use this website, by ticking Léigh sa Bhaile C, then clicking view resources beside the page you are doing that night (it will say lch5 - this means page 5)

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Homework 27/09/16

Homework (27/09/16)

English Reading: Sails readers (Every week i will give out one book per week. Try and spread out book across the week, if finished the book move onto personal books) - 10 to 15 minutes.

Spelling in spelling folder: 1/2/3 words. Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.

English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into one sentence in homework copy. Put heading above each day saying Homework and the date (eg. Homework 14/09/16)

English Grammar: Sheet on Alphabetical order. Children have full week to get full page done so divide among the days. Any part of the sheet that cannot be done in the sheet should be done in the homework copy.

Maths: Tables Champion p10 Tuesday.

Irish Reading: p14 Leigh sa Bhaile.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner. there is a parents resource page where at this website: http://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources

Use this website, by ticking Léigh sa Bhaile C, then clicking view resources beside the page you are doing that night (it will say lch5 - this means page 5)

Monday, 26 September 2016

Homework (26/09/16)

English Reading: Sails readers (Every week i will give out one book per week. Try and spread out book across the week, if finished the book move onto personal books) - 10 to 15 minutes.

Spelling in spelling folder: 1/2/3 words. Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.

English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into one sentence in homework copy. Put heading above each day saying Homework and the date (eg. Homework 14/09/16)

English Grammar: Sheet on Alphabetical order. Children have full week to get full page done so divide among the days. Any part of the sheet that cannot be done in the sheet should be done in the homework copy.

Maths: Tables Champion p10 Monday.

Irish Reading: p13 Leigh sa Bhaile.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner. there is a parents resource page where at this website: http://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources

Use this website, by ticking Léigh sa Bhaile C, then clicking view resources beside the page you are doing that night (it will say lch5 - this means page 5)


Irish spelling: One word per day. 4 to learn this week:

Thursday, 22 September 2016

Homework 22/09/16

Homework (22/09/16)

English Reading: Sails readers (Every week i will give out one book per week. Try and spread out book across the week, if finished the book move onto personal books) - 10 to 15 minutes.

Spelling in spelling folder: 1/2/3 words. Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.

English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into one sentence in homework copy. Put heading above each day saying Homework and the date (eg. Homework 14/09/16)

English Grammar: Sheet on Capital Letters. Children have full week to get full page done so divide among the days. Any part of the sheet that cannot be done in the sheet should be done in the homework copy.

Maths: Tables Champion p9 Thursday.

Irish Reading: p12 Leigh sa Bhaile.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner. there is a parents resource page where at this website: http://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources

Use this website, by ticking Léigh sa Bhaile C, then clicking view resources beside the page you are doing that night (it will say lch5 - this means page 5)


Irish spelling: One word per day. 4 to learn this week: Words are:
mé (I)
sé (he)
inné (yesterday)
cé (how)

Spellings for week:
greed
reef
neat
reach
beach
teacher
theme
evening
seaweed
compete

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Homework 21/09/16

Homework (21/09/16)

English Reading: Sails readers (Every week i will give out one book per week. Try and spread out book across the week, if finished the book move onto personal books) - 10 to 15 minutes.

Spelling in spelling folder: 1/2/3 words. Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.

English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into one sentence in homework copy. Put heading above each day saying Homework and the date (eg. Homework 14/09/16)

English Grammar: Sheet on Capital Letters. Children have full week to get full page done so divide among the days. Any part of the sheet that cannot be done in the sheet should be done in the homework copy.

Maths: Tables Champion p9 Wednesday.

Irish Reading: p11 Leigh sa Bhaile.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner. there is a parents resource page where at this website: http://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources

Use this website, by ticking Léigh sa Bhaile C, then clicking view resources beside the page you are doing that night (it will say lch5 - this means page 5)


Irish spelling: One word per day. 4 to learn this week: Words are:
mé (I)
sé (he)
inné (yesterday)
cé (how)

Spellings for week:
greed
reef
neat
reach
beach
teacher
theme
evening
seaweed
compete

Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Homework (20/09/16)

Homework (20/09/16)

English Reading: Sails readers (Every week i will give out one book per week. Try and spread out book across the week, if finished the book move onto personal books) - 10 to 15 minutes.

Spelling in spelling folder: 1/2/3 words. Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.

English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into one sentence in homework copy. Put heading above each day saying Homework and the date (eg. Homework 14/09/16)

English Grammar: Sheet on Capital Letters. Children have full week to get full page done so divide among the days. Any part of the sheet that cannot be done in the sheet should be done in the homework copy.

Maths: Tables Champion p9 Tuesday.

Irish Reading: p10 Leigh sa Bhaile.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner. there is a parents resource page where at this website: http://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources

Use this website, by ticking Léigh sa Bhaile C, then clicking view resources beside the page you are doing that night (it will say lch5 - this means page 5)


Irish spelling: One word per day (only 3 to learn this week: Words are:
mé (I)
sé (he)
inné (yesterday)
cé (how)

Spellings for week:
greed
reef
neat
reach
beach
teacher
theme
evening
seaweed
compete

Monday, 19 September 2016

Homework (19/09/16) Please read all as there are a few new things to be read.

Homework (19/09/16)

English Reading: Sails readers (Every week i will give out one book per week. Try and spread out book across the week, if finished the book move onto personal books) - 10 to 15 minutes.

Spelling in spelling folder: last 1/2/3 words. Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.

English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into one sentence in homework copy. Put heading above each day saying Homework and the date (eg. Homework 14/09/16)

English Grammar: Sheet on Capital Letters. Children have full week to get full page done so divide among the days. Any part of the sheet that cannot be done in the sheet should be done in the homework copy.

Maths: Tables Champion p9 Monday.

Please find attached a document helping you (the parent) to support their child with rounding numbers. Some children have been struggling with the concept and as it is such an important part of maths I felt I would send this home to you as an aid to the children. If you feel this is a good idea i'd love feedback to see should I do it each week.

Irish Reading: p9 Leigh sa Bhaile.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner. there is a parents resource page where at this website: http://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources

Use this website, by ticking Léigh sa Bhaile C, then clicking view resources beside the page you are doing that night (it will say l
ch5 - this means page 5)


Irish spelling: One word per day (only 3 to learn this week: Words are:
mé (I)
sé (he)
inné (yesterday)
cé (how)

Spellings for week:
greed
reef
neat
reach
beach
teacher
theme
evening
seaweed
compete


Thursday, 15 September 2016

homework (15/09/16)

Homework (15/09/16)

English Reading: Sails readers (Every week i will give out one book per week. Try and spread out book across the week, if finished the book move onto personal books) - 10 to 15 minutes.

Spelling in spelling folder: last 1/2/3 words. Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.

English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into a sentence. (Put the 3 words in one sentence) In homework copy. Put heading above each day saying Homework and the date (eg. Homework 14/09/16)

Maths: Tables Champion p8 Thursday.

Irish Reading: p8 Leigh sa Bhaile.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner.

Irish spelling: One word per day (only 3 to learn this week: Word: cad (what)

Spellings for week:
stay
tail
mail
male
shape
spray
crayon
layer
birthday
yesterday

Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Homework (14/09/16)

English Reading: Sails readers (Every week i will give out one book per week. Try and spread out book across the week, if finished the book move onto personal books) - 10 to 15 minutes.

Spelling in spelling folder: 3rd 1/2/3 words. Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.

English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into a sentence. (Put the 3 words in one sentence) In homework copy. Put heading above each day saying Homework and the date (eg. Homework 14/09/16)

Maths: Tables Champion p8 Wednesday.

Irish Reading: p7 Leigh sa Bhaile.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner.

Irish spelling: One word per day (only 3 to learn this week: Word: spás (space)

Spellings for week:
stay
tail
mail
male
shape
spray
crayon
layer
birthday
yesterday

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Homework Tuesday (13/09/16)

Homework (13/09/16)

English Reading: Book of choice (read for 10/15 minutes) (Still haven't managed to get my hands on these. I will try to tomorrow!)

Spelling in spelling folder: 2nd 1/2/3 words. Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.
English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into a sentence. (Put the 3 words in one sentence. The children will find it tough at first but as time goes on it will be seen as a challenge!)

Maths: Tables Champion p8 Tuesday.

Irish Reading: p6 Leigh sa Bhaile.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner.

Irish spelling: One word per day (only 3 to learn this week: Word: glas

Spellings for week:
stay
tail
mail
male
shape
spray
crayon
layer
birthday
yesterday

Monday, 12 September 2016

Homework Monday 12/09/16

Homework (12/09/16)

English Reading: Book of choice (read for 10/15 minutes) (Readers will be given out tomorrow)
Spelling in spelling folder: 1st 1/2/3 words. Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.
English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into a sentence. (3 sentences - in homework copy)
Maths: Tables Champion p8 Monday.
Irish Reading: p5 Leigh sa Bhaile.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner.
Irish writing: 3 sentences written -
Cad is ainm duit? __________ is ainm dom (What is your name? My name is ____________)
Cá bhfuil tú i do chonaí? Tá mé i mo chonaí i _______________ (mBaile Átha Cliath = Dublin) (Where doi you live? I live in ____________)
Cen aois thú? Tá mé __________ (ocht-8/naoi-9) mbliana d;aois. (What age are you? I am ______ years old)
Above mare questions and answers. Children write Irish question then their Irish answer below it.

Spellings for week:
stay
tail
mail
male
shape
spray
crayon
layer
birthday
yesterday

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Homework 08/09/16

Homework (08/09/16)

English Reading: Book of choice (read for 10/15 minutes)
Spelling in spelling folder: third 1/2/3 words spread words evenly across the evenings if you can. By tomorrow children should know all the spellings on their spelling lists (middle box on the page)
English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into a sentence.
Maths: Tables Champion p7 Thursday.
Irish Reading: p3 Leigh sa Bhaile. Practice again.  Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner.
Irish Learning: Front page of Irish copies - na huimhreacha pearsanta (duine amhain, beirt...)

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Homework (07/09/16)

Homework (07/09/16)

English Reading: Book of choice (read for 10/15 minutes)
Spelling in spelling folder: third 1/2/3 words spread words evenly across the evenings if you can. By Friday children should know all the spellings on their spelling lists (middle box on the page)
English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into a sentence. Change it up from the last 3 words the children used. In homework copies.
Maths: Tables Champion p7 Wednesday.
Irish Reading: p3 Leigh sa Bhaile. Can parents (if you are able to) ask the children the questions that appear on the page and go through the tricky vocab in the corner.
Irish Learning: Front page of Irish copies - na huimhreacha pearsanta (duine amhain, beirt...) I didn't explain this well enough yesterday on this blog. I want the children to be able to use these numbers (to count people) in Irish conversation and when questioned. Spelling is an added positive but once they know what the words mean and where to use them that would be brilliant.

Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Homework (06/09/16)

Homework (06/09/16)

English Reading: Book of choice (read for 10/15 minutes)
Spelling in spelling folder: second 1/2/3 words spread words evenly across the evenings if you can. By Friday children should know all the spellings on their spelling lists (middle box on the page)
English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into a sentence. Change it up from the last 3 words the children used. In homework copies.
Maths: Tables Champion p7 Tuesday.
Irish Reading: p2 Leigh sa Bhaile.
Irish Learning: Front page of Irish copies - na huimhreacha pearsanta (duine amhain, beirt...)

Monday, 5 September 2016

Homework (05/09/16)

English Reading: Book of choice (read for 10/15 minutes)
Spelling in new spelling folder: first 1/2/3 words spread words evenly across the evenings if you can. By Friday children should know all the spellings on their spelling lists (middle box on the page)
English writing: put 3 of the words on their spelling list into a sentence (I forgot to give out homework copies so children can write the sentence on the back of the spelling sheet in their folder)
Maths: Tables Champion p7 Monday.
Irish Reading: p1 Leigh sa Bhaile.

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