Archive for February 8th, 2019

Mrs. Sharkey’s Class and their Circus Theme

Mrs. Sharkey’s class have been learning all about the Circus this term. They have taken part in  a range of activities centred on some of the main features of the circus, such as people and animals. They have had sensory experiences bases on …

Véarsa Ríme 25.02.2019

Ruairí Rón
Treasa Ní Ailpín
Ruairí Rón
Bhris sé a shrón:
Deora móra –
“Och, ochón!”
Éist, a Ruairí,
Éist, a stór!
Chuir Mamó fios
Ar an Turtar Mór.
Beidh sé anseo
Faoi cheann uair nó dhó,
Is cuirfidh sé cóir ort.
A stóirín …

Véarsa Ríme 11.02.2019

Véarsa Ríme 11.02.2019

Mo chaitín 
Tá caitín agamsa atá bán agus buí,
In aice na tine  a bhíonn sé ina luí,
Ní féidir leis léamh, ní féidir leis scríobh,
Ní labhrann sé focal le muintir an tí.
Bímse ar scoil ag obair go dian,
Is mo chaitín sa bhaile in…

Champions League of Novels in 6th Class

Champions League of Novels in 6th Class

This week Mr. Quinn announced that we would be voting for our favourite novel we have read this year in sixth class. We have read four books this year. The first book we read was Wonder by RJ Palacio. The theme of this book bullying. The main character was Auggie and he was a special boy who was overcoming the struggles of middle school.
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Nursery Rhyme 11.02.2019 c/o allnurseryrhymes.com

It was heard for the first time around 1780 somewhere around Wrentham, Massachusetts. However the first published version of this traditional nursery rhyme is found in London in a children songs book called “Songs for the Nursery” that appeared in 1805. A different version of the song appears in 1810 in Gammer Gurton’ Garland aka […]

Jolly Phonics 11.02.2019

l,f,b,ai, j
Last week the children were concentrating on m,d,g,o,u.
They were recognizing the letters, the sounds they make and how to write them. Also words which begin with these sounds, blending sounds to create words and rhyming words.

Cluichí Clóis 11.02.2019

Cleacht an rann – Má tá tú sásta leat féin  Má tá tú sásta leat féin, buail do bhosa, Má tá tú sásta leat féin, buail do bhosa, Má tá tú sásta leat féin agus gur mhaith leat é a thaispeáint, Má tá tú sásta leat féin buail do bhosa!   Má tá tú sásta […]

Nursery Rhyme 11.02.2019 c/o allnurseryrhyme.com

“Itsy Bitsy Spider” or “Incy Wincy Spider” is a modern nursery rhyme that is very popular among children. The origin of this song is unknown. It was first published in 1920, more as a song for adults in “Camp and camino in lower California” with the words “blooming, bloody” instead of “itsy bitsy”. The actual […]

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