6th Class - Class Work

25 May – 5 June – 6th Class – Mr Geoghegan and Ms O’Hara / Mrs Mulholland

Hi boys,

As ever, we hope you and your families are all keeping well.

Below is your work for the next fortnight, May 25th – June 5th.  This work is to be spread out over the two week period as the intervening weekend is the June bank holiday and you were due an extended break.

You have some of the materials you need (Book Club Activities and Weaving Wellbeing). The remainder will be available on the school website or will be sent to you via email. If you have any questions regarding any of the work, please don’t hesitate to contact us via the email addresses we’ve provided.

We will continue to be in contact with you via phone call over the next two weeks to check-in and see how you are getting on. In the meantime, stay safe, active and healthy. Take regular breaks when you are working and get plenty of fresh air. Please check your email for updates!

Best wishes,

Ms. O’ Hara
Mrs. Mulholland
Mr. Geoghegan


Click here for a printable pdf

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Maths:

English:

  • Reading 20mins daily
  • New Wave English; daily task
  • One Book Club Task
  • Comprehension: The Rat Catcher
  • Procedural Writing

Gaeilge:

SPHE:

  • Weaving Wellbeing Journal (See below)

SESE: History (See Below)

 

Maths:

  • 1 Brainteasers test
  • 1 Master Your Maths
  • 5 Mins Tables Practice

English:

  • Reading 20mins daily
  • New Wave English; daily task
  • One Book Club Task
  • Comprehension: The Rat Catcher
  • Procedural Writing

Gaeilge:

SPHE:

  • Weaving Wellbeing Journal (See below)

SESE: History (See Below)

 

Maths:

  • 1 Brainteasers test
  • 1 Master Your Maths
  • 5 Mins Tables Practice

English:

  • Reading 20mins daily
  • New Wave English; daily task
  • One Book Club Task
  • Comprehension: The Rat Catcher
  • Procedural Writing

 Gaeilge:

SPHE:

  • Weaving Wellbeing Journal (See below)

 

 

Maths:

  • 1 Brainteasers test
  • 1 Master Your Maths
  • 5 Mins Tables Practice

English:

  • Reading 20mins daily
  • New Wave English; daily task
  • One Book Club Task
  • Comprehension: The Rat Catcher
  • Procedural Writing

Gaeilge:

SPHE:

  • Weaving Wellbeing Journal (See below)

SESE: History (See Below)

 

Maths:

  • 1 Brainteasers test
  • Master Your Maths  Test
  • 5 Mins Tables Practice

English:

  • Continue Reading 20mins daily
  • New Wave English; daily task
  • Book Club Task
  • Comprehension: The Rat Catcher
  • Procedural Writing

Gaeilge:

SPHE:

  • Weaving Wellbeing Journal (See below)

SESE: History (See Below)

 

English:

  • Continue with one task per day from the Book Club Activities. The answer you compose can be based on the book that you are currently reading or on your favourite book. Don’t forget to support your answer with examples/ evidence from the book you’ve selected.
  • Comprehension: Read the story “The Rat Catcher” and the poem “Mice” with it. (Click here for pdf).  Complete one of the accompanying activities daily.
  • Procedural Writing: Read through the chapter and answer the questions. Finish by writing a procedural composition of your own from the suggested selection

Gaeilge

SPHE for the fortnight: Please continue with one activity daily from the Weaving Wellbeing Journal we have sent you. Take a few minutes to discuss the topic with a parent (when they are not busy working). Enjoy these activities; they will help you to focus on very positive moments in your life and positive emotions.

SESE: Look over the PowerPoint on the leadership of the 1916 Rising (that we have sent to you by email) and read the chapter from our history book (as revision) and answer the questions in A, B and C on the last page. You might also like to watch this great documentary on 1916, narrated by Irish actor Liam Neeson https://youtu.be/JR162m0bGHc

Art:  Follow the link to these instructional videos. Choose either activity (or both). You might like to photograph your work and send it on to us. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=132KQyRR2d0&t=197s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98OrhVDGlWA

Remember you can continue to draw along with Will Sliney https://www.youtube.com/user/Willustrator  or draw along with the Art for Kids Hub channel  https://www.youtube.com/user/ArtforKidsHub

RTÉ School Hub 11am to 12pm, every Monday to Friday & TG4 Cúla 4 ‘Scoil sa mbaile’ 10am daily.

 

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