End of Year Poem
Time is flying quickly and you are growing fast,
I can’t believe this year has gone and now in the past.
We’ve had so many lovely times and memories, with fun along the way.
Your smile has always cheered me up on each and every day.
So remember you’re fantastic, a little shining star,
Go forward and just be yourself, just perfect as you are!
Hello boys, this is the last plan for the 2019/2020 school year. We have packed alot in, both in school and outside of school. It has been very different times but we like to think we have made the most of it. Ms Tobin, Mr Barry and Mr Kelly would like to say ‘Thank You’, for your hard work over the past few weeks, keeping in touch and sending in photos and work. We understand how hard it has been and appreciate all efforts made. We wish you all a happy and safe summer holidays. Keep up the good work, help at home and remember if you can be anything, Be Kind J
Design your own Sports Day
(all the family can get involved, it might even be fun)
Spud/Egg and spoon race
Sack race (black plastic bag/recycling bag)
Three legged race (tie/scarf)
Long kick (football, who can roll/kick it the longest)
Wheel barrow race (pairs)
Frog leap race (jump like a frog)
Solo race (who can solo the sliotar on the hurley for the longest while running/walking)
Crab soccer match
Plank challenge (who can hold it the longest)
This link provide access to a virtual spots day, click and follow
Baking time for a treat after all that fun
200g self-raising flour
100g caster sugar
50g chocolate, chopped
100 ml milk
1. Preheat oven to 200*/Fan 180*/Gas 6. Line a muffin tin with large paper cases.
2. Sieve the flour and cocoa into a bowl. Add the sugar and chocolate.
3. Melt the butter or margarine.
4. Beat the egg and milk together and add the melted butter.
5. Pour the liquid ingredients into the dry ingredients and mix to combine.
6. Spoon the mixture into the lined muffin tin.
7. Bake for about 20 minutes
This week in art we are going to look at pointillism (basically, painting with a cotton buds but this time we dot in the pictures rather than paint like a brush. We will attach some images see which ones take your fancy. This is suitable activity for all ages.
All you need is paint and cotton buds. Draw out your picture in pencil first and then organise you paint and off you go.
Tree Scene Boat Scene
End of Year Memories Activity
Fill out this Memory Sheet or design your own by coping this image to help you. This will be nice to have in time to come.
The sections include:
This is me,
Greatest School trip
Favourite Book I have read
Best outdoor classroom activity
Best Classroom Activity
A twist on a vinegar-and-baking-soda experiment, if you put baking soda in an empty bottle and vinegar in a balloon, when you attach the ballon over the mouth of the bottle and let the vinegar pour in, the resulting gas will be enough to inflate the balloon on its own.
SELF INFLATING BALLOON EXPERIMENT
Please supervise your children during all activities.
What would you say if we told you, you were going to be inflating a balloon without blowing into it or using helium. Here is what you need to make it happen:
- a balloon
- 1 liter plastic bottle
- funnel ( Be careful pouring)
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 3 tablespoons of vinegar
https://www.messforless.net/self-inflating-balloon-experiment/ follow this link for more information.
- Clean a 1 litre bottle and let dry. Using a funnel, add 1 teaspoon of baking soda to the bottle
- Place the small end of the funnel into the opening of the balloon. Hold carefully and pour the vinegar into the balloon.
- Carefully stretch out the open end of the balloon and place over the mouth of the bottle, while leaving the rest of the balloon hanging.
- Hold on to the balloon at the point where it is attached to the bottle. Lift up the rest of the balloon to pour the vinegar inside the bottle, while continuing to hold the balloon at the seal. When the vinegar interacts with the baking soda on the bottom of the bottom, it will start to bubble and inflate the balloon.
How did this happen? When the vinegar and baking soda mix together, carbon dioxide gas is produced and this gas causes the balloon to inflate.