Monday, 15 January 2018

Homework (15/01/17)

Homework (15/01/17)

*If your child is using a homework pass can you remind them to write that in their homework copies or wherever they are doing homework so that when I'm correcting I know why they didn't do that part.

No English sentences or reading due to Japan project.

English Grammar: Sheet on conjunctions.

English Spelling and Irish spellings in spelling folder:Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.

spellings
shorter
softer
younger
older
youngest
oldest
easier
easiest
funnier
funniest

Eanáir (Jan)
Feabhra (Feb)
Márta (Mar)
Aibreán (Apr)
Bealtaine (May)



Maths sheet - multiplication - This is quite a tough sheet. The children are having a little bit of difficulty. I am sending an email to your email addresses with sheets that will aid you in helping your child when they are doing the sheet. 

Irish grammar - 
Children to learn the past and present tense of bris and how to use it in a sentence.

Bris (To Break)
Past tense:
Bhris mé
Bhris tú
Bhris sé
Bhris sí
Ní Bhris mé
Ar Bhris mé?

Present tense: 
Briseann mé
Briseann tú
Briseann sé
Briseann sí
Ní bhriseann mé
An mbriseann mé?


Project work.

Monday, 8 January 2018

Project about Japan

As some of you know we will be having an international week that will be running from the 22nd to the 26th of January. Throughout this week we will be learning all about the different countries and cultures all around the world. The country that 4th class are focusing on for this year is Japan. We will be doing some research tomorrow (9th of January) on different aspects of Japan.

The children will be doing an individual project about Japan that is due on Friday the 19th of January.

Childrens projects should:

- Presented on an A2 or A3 sheet.
- Be written.
- Include pictures either sketched or printed off.
- Include some general information about Japan (language spoken, population, climate, capital city etc.)
- Have 2/3 sections on different topics about Japan. Examples of topics could be:
Traditions, Inventions, Technology, Clothes, Famous Landmarks, Language, Clothes, Climate, Famous people, History (Samuri, Wars etc.), Anime, Manga, Food, Money, Origami.

Homework (08/01/17)

Homework (08/01/17)

*If your child is using a homework pass can you remind them to write that in their homework copies or wherever they are doing homework so that when I'm correcting I know why they didn't do that part.

No English sentences or reading due to Japan project.

English Grammar: Sheet on comparatives and superlatives.

English Spelling and Irish spellings in spelling folder:Spread words evenly across the evenings if you can.

spellings
Chestnut
Chopstick
Earwig
Sunflower
Flowerbed
Fingernail
Skateboard
Fishfinger
Keyboard
Waterfall

Séasúr
Grian
Scamall
Báistí
Sneachta
Fuar

Maths sheet - revision look back page.

Irish grammar - 
Children to learn the past and present tense of cuir and how to use it in a sentence.

Cuir (To Put)
Past tense:
Chuir mé (I put)
Chuir tú (You put)
Chuir sé (He put)
Chuir sí (She put)
Ní chuir ____.  (Negative - didn't put)
Ar chuir ____? (Question - did you put)

Present tense: 
Cuireann mé (I put)
Cuireann tú (You put)
Cuireann sé (He put)
Cuireann sí She put)
Ní Chuireann ____. (Negative - don't put)
An gcuireann ____? (Question - Are you putting)


Project work.

Homework (15/01/17)

Homework (15/01/17) *If your child is using a homework pass can you remind them to write that in their homework copies or wherever they are...