There will be no homework tonight – instead I want everyone to go to bed on time and get a good night’s sleep before our tour tomorrow!
*Remember to be at school on time and don’t bring any treats*
For your information, there is no Grow in Love homework tonight.
The reader, writing copy and sight words will be sent home as usual.
All for now.
Over the next number of weeks we will be working on the Stay Safe programme which incorporates personal safety. You will have received a note in your child’s folder which explains the programme in greater detail.
We will be sending home a booklet one day a week with an activity to be completed at home. This may take the form of a discussion, a story or some written work.
It is important that each activity is completed with your child. The relevant sheet should be signed and the booklet returned in your child’s folder.
This week we are discussing the Sacrament of Baptism. The homework this week also focusses on this. As not every child may have been baptised, we have included a separate worksheet which focusses on a special day in your child’s life.
If your child has been baptised, please complete page 53 in the workbook. If they have not been baptised, please complete the enclosed worksheet. Only one of these options should be completed.
After Easter our Aistear corner will become the dentist’s surgery. We are already excited to get started!
This week we also worked on telling the time. In senior infants we look at the different parts of the analog clock (face/ long minute hand/ short hour hand etc) and tell the time in one hour intervals.
The children know that when the long minute hand is pointing to twelve it must be O’ clock. The short hour hand tells us which hour it is.
We also look at days of the week, months, seasons and daily schedules as part of this maths topic.
A reminder that school closes at 12.00 tomorrow.
Also, there is no homework tonight so don’t panic if your child hasn’t got their folder!
Happy Easter everyone!
Tomorrow we are having a Lá Glas to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Children can wear their green clothes. I can’t wait to see everyone all dressed up!