4th Class Plan of Work

4th Class Plan of Work

Ms. Casey & Ms. Flynn

2nd – 12th June

This 2 week plan applies to all boys in Ms Casey and Ms Flynn’s 4th Class from Tuesday 2nd June – Friday 12th June.

Ms Casey can be contacted during school hours by emailing acasey@scoillorcain.com

Ms Flynn can be contacted during school hours by emailing sflynn@scoillorcain.com

 

Dear Parents/Guardians,

We hope everyone is keeping safe and well during this difficult time.

Please find below some suggested activities for the boys to do over the two-week period, 2nd– 12th June. There is no pressure to get all the work done, we ask that you complete what you can.

We would encourage the boys to continue to engage in other activities that they might not usually have time to do such as helping with cooking, baking, gardening etc.

Remember if you need any help or assistance, we can be contacted on our email addresses above during school hours. We would be more than happy to help with any problems you may have.

 

Regards

 

Ms. Casey & Ms. Flynn

 

As all the boys now have their school books at home, the following activities can be completed using:

Mental Maths

Tables Champion

Spellbound

Read at Home

Fuaimeanna agus Focail

 

WEEK 1:

Maths:

Mental Maths – week 25, pg. 74: We would like the boys to complete one column and one problem solving activity each day.

 

Tables Champion – week 25, pg. 34: This week we would like the boys to revise their multiplication and division tables of 2, 4 & 8. To practice their tables, we ask them to complete a column each day and to mark themselves out of 20.

 

English:

Spellbound 4 – week 25, pg. 52.

Spellings: Learn one box of spellings each day.

  • Box 85 on Monday
  • Box 86 on Tuesday
  • Box 87 on Wednesday
  • Box 88 on Thursday
  • Friday: Revision test – If possible, ask someone at home to test your spellings using the ‘Spelling Record Card’ week 25 at the back of your spellbound.

 

Writing activities:

  • Monday: exercise 1
  • Tuesday: exercise 2 & 3
  • Wednesday: exercise 4 & 5
  • Thursday: exercise 6

 

Reading:

Remember to engage in as much DEAR time (Drop Everything And Read) as possible over the next two weeks.

 

Read at Home: pg: 93-97

Read one story each day & answer the questions in your homework copy.

  • Monday: Jackdaw pg. 93
  • Tuesday: Storm pg. 94
  • Wednesday: The Story of the Sandwich pg. 95
  • Thursday: The Perfect Sandwich pg. 96
  • Friday: Oscar pg. 97

 

Irish:

Fuaimeanna agus Focail 4 – Aonad 24, pg. 73

Spellings: Learn one box of spellings each day.

  • Monday: úll (apple), oráiste (orange), banana.
  • Tuesday: piorra (pear), líomóid (lemon), leitís (lettuce)
  • Wednesday: práta (potato), tráta (tomato), cabáiste (cabbage)
  • Thursday: cairéad (carrot), tornapa (turnip), brocailí (broccoli).
  • Friday: Revision test – If possible, ask someone at home to test your spellings using the ‘Cárta Cuntais den Litriú’ – week 24, page 97, at the back of your Fuaimeanna agus Focail. 

 

Writing activities:

  • Monday: Líon na bearnaí, A & B
  • Tuesday: C & D
  • Wednesday: E & F
  • Thursday: G, H agus an bosca (the box).

 

WEEK 2:

Maths:

Mental Maths – week 26, pg. 77: We would like the boys to complete one column and one problem solving activity each day.

 

Tables Champion – week 26, pg. 35: This week we would like the boys to revise their multiplication and division tables of 3 & 6. To practice their tables, we ask them to complete a column each day and to mark themselves out of 20.

 

English:

Spellbound 4 – week 26, pg. 54.

Spellings: Learn one box of spellings a day.

  • Box 89 on Monday
  • Box 90 on Tuesday
  • Box 91 on Wednesday
  • Box 92 on Thursday
  • Friday: Revision test – If possible, ask someone at home to test your spellings using the ‘Spelling Record Card’ week 26 at the back of your spellbound.

 

Writing activities:

  • Monday: exercise 1
  • Tuesday: exercise 2 & 3
  • Wednesday: exercise 4 & 5
  • Thursday: exercise 6

 

Reading:

Remember to engage in as much DEAR time (Drop Everything And Read) as possible over the next two weeks.

 

Read at Home: pg: 98-102

Read one story each day & answer the questions in your homework copy.

  • Monday: Parrots pg. 98
  • Tuesday: A Close One pg. 99
  • Wednesday: Idioms pg. 100
  • Thursday: The Wedding Cake pg. 101
  • Friday: Seeing Stars pg. 102

 

 

Irish:

Fuaimeanna agus Focail 4 – Aonad 25, pg. 76

Spellings: Learn one box of spellings a day.

  • Monday: ainm (name), aintín (aunty), aingeal (angel)
  • Tuesday: aimsir (weather), airgead (money), gairdín (garden)
  • Wednesday: carraig (rock), cailín (girl), cairde (friend)
  • Thursday: maidin (morning), bainne (milk), ag obair (working).
  • Friday: Revision test – If possible, ask someone at home to test your spellings using the ‘Cárta Cuntais den Litriú’ – aonad 25, page 98, at the back of your Fuaimeanna agus Focail. 

 

Writing activities:

  • Monday: A & B
  • Tuesday: C & D
  • Wednesday: E & F
  • Thursday: G, H agus an bosca (the box).

 

Challenge time!!!

Challenge 1:

Gym challenge: Try your best to complete our challenge…

  • Do 25 jumping jacks
  • Run on the spot for 60 seconds
  • Do 25 toe touches
  • Do 10 sit-ups.. rest!! Do 10 more
  • Do 25 large arm circles forwards, then do 25 more large arm circles backwards.
  • Do 10 squts.. rest!! Do 10 more.
  • Hop on one foot… count to 10… hope on the other… count backwards from 10.

WELL DONE you’ve completed the challenge!!

 

Challenge 2:

How many words can you make from the word ‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’ ?

Can you spell ‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’ without looking at the word?

 

Challenge 3:

Using your wonderful artistic skills, draw a portrait of your favourite athlete, a family member, your best friend, your pet or someone else of your choice.

We would love if you sent us your portraits by email!