We made some salt dough decorations during art last week. They are very easy to make. Here’s the recipe:
3 cups of plain flour
1 cup of salt
Put all flour and salt into a mixing bowl.
Gradually add water and mix until the mixture resembles a dough. If it is too dry add some more water and if [...]
We made butter in class recently as we were studying the lives of people in the past. It was delicious on home-made brown bread. Have a look.
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Photo Credit: Serena via Compfight Today I worked with some past pupils. When they had worked with me before, we had used the educational, adventure game; ‘Granny’s Garden’ and we thought that it would be interesting to revisit it. ‘Granny’s Garden’ is considered a classic. It has been educating and entertaining children since 1983. Many [...]
Annie from Unicef came to our school today to collect a cheque for over €900. The 5th classes had raised the money by having a cake sale last month. Annie was very grateful for the donation. She told us all about Unicef’s work in The Philippines and showed us photographs of the devastation caused by [...]
The school calendars sold out at the Winter Concerts today. We are delighted with this unexpected turn of events. We have ordered a second print-run and will have a limited number of calendars for sale on Friday, December 20th.
Thanks to all…
This is our last request for your vote as voting ends at midnight EST. Thank you very much if you have already voted. We have really enjoyed the excitement of the Edublog Awards. We enjoyed connecting with other bloggers and seeing other class blogs. We found ourselves in such good company. Visitors to [...]
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