|Wednesday the 1st of July – Primary 2/3 Home Learning|
Get Ready for the day ahead
|Daily Check In/ Registration |
We will have our final virtual playground on Thursday at 10am. This will be a quick hello followed by a short quiz.
If you have your google meet with Ms Nimmons, Ms O’Brien or Ms O’Shea remember you will have your final meet today at 11.
Question of the day: What would you do if you made the rules at home?
Send a selfie with your ideas or email your ideas to: Aine.o’firstname.lastname@example.org
|Fun Challenge of the week (optional)|
This Week our fun activity is P2/3 Strictly Come Dancing.
I know from all our talent shows we have some excellent dancer and dance moves in our class.
Send a video of your best moves to the email address.
|Health and Wellbeing |
Whole school challenge
|Literacy- Hopes for next year |
I can’t believe we are at the end of p2/3. I have really missed getting to see all your faces over the past few weeks and I would love to get to say goodbye to you all.
I know you will all have a fantastic year next year and your new teachers are very lucky to get you in their classes.
When you think about going back to school in August, what do you hope things will be like? Is there anything you hope will happen? Or something you hope you get better at?
Can you think of 3 hopes? You can draw, write or share them with someone else in your house.
| Numeracy- khan academy|
Log on to Khan academy and start engaging with the fun content. From the teacher screen it looks really fun. Don’t worry if some of the questions feel a bit easy to start, it should adapt quickly.
Class code: SD5NHEDM
|Art and Design- All about me|
Hopefully by now you have all received an email telling you who your class teacher will be next year. They are very lucky! This week we are going to be completing an all about me for you to give to your new teacher.
I want you to think carefully about what is important to you and what you would like your new class teacher to know about you.
Take some time to come up with headings that you think will help your teacher get to know you.
Remember take your time, you don’t need to get it finished today so spend time planning what you would like it to say and look like.
Note for adults: I will post a template for this but feel free to let your child make their own. They may find it more engaging to work on their own design.
|Have you registered? Please send a photo of some completed work to the above email address, I’d love to add lots to our work to be proud of.|