Room 1 Monday 15th learning plan

Maidin mhaith gach duine and welcome to Week 12 of learning from home. 

It is 'Active Schools' week and we have a range of different activities scheduled over the coming days. 

Each activity or challenge will be included in the daily learning plan below as well as on the 'Active schools 2020' post.

We can't wait to see everyone getting active and having fun! Let's go Green, white and orange teams!


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Room 1 Friday 12th learning plan

Happy Friday everyone! Thank you so much for all your pictures and videos throughout this eleventh week of learning. 

Next week is 'Active week' so make sure to get lots of rest this weekend because we have a busy few days ahead. 

Have a lovely weekend everyone :)

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Room 1 Thursday 11th learning plan

Morning Meeting

Today is a special day for another student in room 1 as they turn 6 years old today!

Can you guess who our birthday student is? I'll give you three clues for each.


1. Our birthday student is in Junior infants

2. She loves playing house or supermarket during Aistear. 

3. Her name begins with /a/


                    Happy birthday missus!

           We hope you have a wonderful day. 


             Strawberry Birthday Cake | Free SVG


Get grooving with this special morning warm up It's your birthday


On Tuesday and Thursday morning we engage in a few minutes of mindfulness, where we focus on breathing and stretching. 

Explore with Stretch safari



We are revising the theme of weather this week. Please watch the lesson Cén sórt aimsire atá ann?

Follow the link to access the Luascartaí. Practice the vocabulary by clicking the flashcard and displaying the picture.

   - Students should repeat each term as it is introduced. 

   - Students and parents should assign a simple action to each word.

   - Play the matching game by clicking the 'match' icon in the left hand column



Junior infants and Senior infants

Follow the link to practise your counting Underwater counting

Complete the following counting tasks

- How many magnets are on your fridge?

- How many clocks are in your house?

- How many toothbrush are in your bathroom?

- How many curtain rails are on the first floor of your house?

- How many steps will it take you to get from the bathroom to the sitting room? How many steps did your adult take? Why were these answers different?

- How many remotes are in your house? Count in Irish



Fruit break - Have some fruit and take a break



Junior infants worksheet : 


1. Find the fourth CVC word practice                      2. Identify the picture before building  

     worksheet.                                                                each word by sounding out. 

                                                                                       e.g Bat. b-a-t. Bat  



Senior infants worksheet: 


 1.Find the fourth reading comprehension              2. Read the comprehension aloud before

    worksheet                                                                answering the questions.

                                                                                     Parents should read each question and

                                                                                     it's choice answers aloud for their child.




All readers can be found using the 'Search' box  on the pupil home page.

Junior infants 

- Begin reading Jan's pancake and revise it until Friday

- Junior infants should read a minimum of three pages per day.  

Senior infants group 1: 

- Begin reading your first reader A flight to New York and revise it until Friday

- Senior infants should read a minimum of five pages per day.

Senior infants group 2: 

- Begin reading your first reader In the park and revise it until Wednesday 

- Senior infants should read a minimum of five pages per day.



Lunch - Eat lunch and head outside for a run around




In preparation for Active week, starting next Monday, we are going to draw and decorate in support of our coloured team. 

Draw and write as many things as you can think of that are either green, white or orange.

For example, I am the teacher for the green team so I might draw a frog, an avocado, a leprechaun hat, a John Deere tractor and a grassy hill. 

Orange team members could draw or list a tiger, a pumpkin, a basketball, a digger or a sunset.

White team members could draw or list a lamb, ice cream, an envelope, a tooth or an igloo. 


- Send pictures of your work to fThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 




Please provide feedback on today's learning Parent's Daily Feedback. All responses are anonymous. 

Parents and guardians can take pictures of the children's work and forward them to the  School email address . I will correct any work and provide feedback via the Aladdin App noticeboard.