Class Green

Class Green

Hi Everyone Hope you are all well . Here is some work for Class Green for the coming week .

Group 1 :Writing

Practice writing lower case letters of the alphabet . Copy the letters under an adult’s writing .

Practice writing the days of the week .

Write 5 sentences of news each day with the help of a parent or sibling .

.Maths : Use the website Topmarks for practice with number work ,counting and sequences

Practice counting to 20 with objects and toys . Do simple addition to 10 using counters . 2+4= 3+2=

Practice telling the time to the hour using the kitchen clock . Draw your own clock with a yogurt carton and fill in the numbers .

Art : Make an Easter card for someone in your family

Group 2:

English : Continue to do a page of your spelling workbook each day .Learn the 15 spellings and ask an adult to give you a test each Friday . For those children on English workbooks, do a page each night. Practice alphabetical order . Write the 26 letters of the alphabet out in a row and write 6 selected words in alphabetical order . Write 5 lines of news each day .

Maths : Practice counting in 4’s . Write out the 4 times tables( 4×1= 4×2=4×3= and practice simple multiplication sums with numbers to 20 15×4= 17×4= Practice telling the time to the hour and the half hour using the kitchen clock . Use the website Topmarks for practice in addition and multiplication .

Art : Make an Easter card for a family member .

Have fun . Stay safe . M Daly

The Ark at Home

Great news! The Ark cultural centre for children are beginning a series of ‘at home’ screenings and events. First up, tomorrow its ‘The Haircut’ which was a hit production at last years Dublin Theatre Festival and now for 24 hours only from tomorrow at 12pm (Thursday 2nd April) you can watch it live in your living room! Details here: You might like to watch ‘The Haircut’ and tell us what you thought about it for the Creative Critic challenge this week! You can watch the show trailer here:

Labhraidh Loingseach has a secret. He wears his hair long and he has it cut only once a year. Once a year on the same night in the same place and in the same style. But never by the same barber. Recommended Ages 8+

The Haircut is a cautionary tale with a live musical soundtrack. 

The Haircut is a fairytale remixed and retold.