1st Class are learning all about tens and units in Maths.
Here is a super interactive game for you to play around and learn about tens and units. Click on the image below…
Some of the children from 1st Class recently went down to visit our new Aistear Playroom to investigate all the different toys and activities. From running a busy café, building a city, running an international jewellery and hat business, visiting the supermarket and welcoming guests to their house, they all exercised their imaginations and had a lot of fun at the same time!
Below is a link to a fun interactive hundred square which you can use at home to get to know the hundred square and to have fun and practice skip counting.
Please note: You will need to have Adobe Flash on your device. The game won’t work with an ipad.
This week on RTE’s News2Day children were asked to submit questions to the presenters rather than answer a question.
After some discussion in class, the children in Mr Smyth’s Class asked: “How many people work on making a News2Day episode?”
Check out the news item by clicking HERE.
(You will find the piece 7minutes and 25 seconds into the show)
WELL DONE Boys and Girls- Great question!
This week’s News2Day’s ‘Question of the Week’ was
Should everyone get a medal on Sports Day, even if they don’t win?
Mr Smyth’s Class discuss the Question of the Week every week and this week we discussed the issue in class and sent in our answer to the show. You can watch the show HERE
Check out our answer below:
News2Day were in touch and sent a lovely message back to the girls and boys in Mr Smyth’s Class. You can read their lovely message to us below:
Hi everyone in Mr Smyth’s class,
Thanks for your super answers. We think you are very kind and yes, we agree, sports day should be fun!
We will be reading answers out all week, so stay tuned and we might read yours!!
Avril and the news2day team
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Huge thanks to all the parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, brothers, sisters, friends and neighbours who came to support the children in the Christmas Concert this week. The children and their teachers had been working hard for many weeks to present … Continue reading
Last month Mr Smyth’s Class learned about Recycling. This month in Art we are doing construction and have created very cool Junkyard Robots from recyclable materials we found around our homes. Thanks to all the mums and dads who helped the children collect materials. Anything we didn’t use went into our classroom’s recycle bins for plastic, paper and cardboard.
Check out our futuristic Robot Creatures below: