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Welcome to Ms Martin’s class
We made some lovely colourful windmills in second class. Here is how they turned out…
Abby’s Grandad, Michael Casey, is an author and he sent us in a draft of his new book that is in the process of being published. We were very lucky to have a visit from him today. He came in to tell us about his book and to tell us about life as an author. We picked up lots of storytelling tips from him. We all want to be authors when we grow up… Here are some photos from the visit…
Happy Vanentine’s Day from Ms. Ryan’s class.. We have all been very busy spreading love this week… Here are some photos of the beautiful artwork we have done!!!
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We are learning all about Australia in second class. Ms Ryan’s class had a very special visit on Monday from Sophie’s Dad who is from Australia. He came in to tell us all about what life is like in Australia. Sophie’s Dad brought in a real didgeridoo, … Continue reading
We are having great fun in second class trying to solve problems with this hopping frog! Here is a link to the website if you would like to practice at home:
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Look at the lovely penguins that Ms. Bohan and Ms. Gahan’s class have made! We are doing projects on penguins at the moment and learning lots of fun facts about these lovely animals. Take a look at our creations…
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We had a French Day just before the Halloween Holidays! We all wore clothes to represent France and some of us even had moustaches. We had a lot of fun eating French food and speaking French to each other.
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Look at our spooky spider webs….!!! Féach ar na pictiúirí deasa a tharraing cúpla dena páistí sa rang…
We used some dark at bright pastels to create these colourful leafy pictures…
Can you spot the butterflies amongst the leaves?
On Thursday 14th of March we had our Pre-Communion mass in the school hall. The hall was beautifully decorated with lots of artwork and lovely daffodils. Fr. Joe said the mass and we were delighted to have Sr. Marie there on the night too. We sang lots of hymns and played our recorders. Our parents and teachers were very proud of us all!
A couple of weeks ago we took our art outdoors…
We mixed washing up liquid and paint together in containers. Using straws, we blew into the containers. There were colourful bubbles everywhere! We placed paper over the bubbles. When the bubbles burst, they made a colourful pattern on the sheet of paper.
We splatted the leftover paint onto a big sheet at the end of the day. It was great fun! Take a look at our creations….
Today is George Washington’s birthday! He was born on the 22nd of February 1732…. Which means, if he was alive today he would be 281 years old! To celebrate his birthday we had an American Day in Room 7 today.
We collected lots of information about the USA and came together in groups to make amazing projects. We also made Statue of Liberty headbands, listened to American music (including the National Anthem!!!) and ate some American snacks! Some of us brought in apples for our fruit break because New York is known as “The Big Apple”… We all had a great day.
Eric Carle, the illustrator of the famous children’s book “The very Hungry Caterpillar”, creates amazing pictures using textured paper. He has inspired us to create our own textured paper and amazing sea creatures….
We were busy down in Room 7 today, making St. Brigid’s Day crosses. We all worked as a team and made lovely crosses together!
Happy New Year everyone!
It’s January, our weather has turned arctic…. So we have been doing some research into how different animals survive in arctic weather (temperatures a LOT colder than we have here in Ireland) In our groups, we found out some very interesting facts about these amazing animals: Polar Bears, Penguins, Ringed seals, Snowy owls, Orcas, Narwhals, Arctic foxes and Ermines.
David Attenborough would be proud of us…!
We were really lucky to have an Athletics instructor from Fingal in the school teaching us Fundamental Movement Skills. We have learned lots over the the past 4 weeks! Thanks Eoin!
Here’s a great link explaining the basics about Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS)