Mrs. Sinnott’s Work for June 15th – 20th

Senior Infant’s Work for June 15th – 20th

 

Work for June 15th- 20th

Please click on the above link if you would like to print out this week’s work.

Hello to all my Senior Infants!

I hope you are all keeping well! I am so impressed with all the photos of your written work, drawings etc that I have received this week. Keep up the great work.! 🙂 If you would like to email photos of completed work, drawings etc or ask me any questions regarding the homework, you can email me at mrs.sinnottstjosephs@gmail.com

As we are now in our final month of Senior Infants, I will be reducing the workload and focusing mainly on English and Maths. A possible daily routine could be as follows:

  1. 15 mins of reading.
  2. 15 mins of a written activity such as a literacy worksheet (these can be found at the bottom of this document) ‘Our News’, sentence work, dictation, revising the Jolly Phonics sounds etc. This written activity can be based on any subject.
  3. 15 mins of Maths, whether it be oral or written work such as a Maths sheet (these can be found at the bottom of this document).

I have also included a ‘Wellness Week Programme’ below, in the form of an activity choice board. You can choose from a variety of fun activities. This work is not compulsory.

The main thing to remember is that each child is different and whether they complete 15 mins of learning per day or 2 hours per day, everyone is trying their best. We will be there to help and support your child when we return to school! 🙂 However if you would rather your child complete more or less work, that is completely up to you. If you would like extra work, the ‘Twinkl’ website has some great school closure packs that cover a variety of subjects and topics if you would like to print these off. Type’ Senior Infants School Closure Pack’ into the Twinkl search bar and you will a variety of worksheets etc available to download and print.

Kind regards,

Anita Sinnott

 

 

Mrs. Sinnott’s Work for June 8th – 12th

Online Work for June 8th – 12th

Please click on the above link if you would like to print out this week’s homework. If the link does not work for you, please let me know.

 

Work for June 8th – 12th

Hello to all my Senior Infants!

I hope you are all keeping well! I am so impressed with all the photos of your written work, drawings etc that I have received this week. Keep up the great work.! 🙂 If you would like to email photos of completed work, drawings etc or ask me any questions regarding the homework, you can email me at mrs.sinnottstjosephs@gmail.com

The majority of you now have all the Senior Infants books at home so if you would like to complete these books at your own pace that is no problem. If you do not have the books at home, please do not worry if you are finding it hard to access the books online, as long as you do a little bit of numeracy and literacy everyday that’s the most important thing. As we are now in our final month of Senior Infants, I will be reducing the workload and focusing mainly on English and Maths. A possible daily routine could be as follows:

  1. 15 mins of reading.
  2. 15 mins of a written activity such as a literacy worksheet (these can be found at the bottom of this document) ‘Our News’, sentence work, dictation, revising the Jolly Phonics sounds etc. This written activity can be based on any subject.
  3. 15 mins of Maths whether it be oral or written work such as a Maths sheet (these can be found at the bottom of this document)  based on addition, subtraction, money, time, shapes etc

The main thing to remember is that each child is different and whether they complete 15 mins of learning per day or 2 hours per day, everyone is trying their best. We will be there to help and support your child when we return to school! 🙂 However if you would rather your child complete more or less work, that is completely up to you. If you would like extra work, the ‘Twinkl’ website has some great school closure packs that cover a variety of subjects and topics if you would like to print these off. Type’ Senior Infants School Closure Pack’ into the Twinkl search bar and you will a variety of worksheets etc available to download and print.

 

Work for June 8th – 12th:

If you do not have your books at home you can access the books online. For access to the majority of our class books, please do the following:

  • Go to https://www.cjfallon.ie/
  • On the right- hand side of the page click on ‘Parent/student resources’
  • Click on ‘student resources’
  • Click on ‘Senior Infants’ and you will see the list of books available.
  • The books we use in our class are as follows:
    • Gaeilge- Ceim ar Cheim (We have now came to the end of this workbook but feel free to revise or finish any incomplete pages)
    • Maths- Busy at Maths (We have now came to the end of this book but feel free to revise or finish any incomplete pages)
    • SESE- Small World (We have now came to the end of this book but feel free to revise or finish any incomplete pages)

Click on each book title and then ‘Online Book’. The book will then open on screen for you.

 

English:

  • Revise the stories in the class reader ‘What a Box’.
  • Pick words from the reader and put into sentences. You could also dictate these words to your child and get them try write them down.
  • Continue with the ‘Daily Diaries.
  • Write 5 sentences about ‘Staying Safe in the Sun’ and draw a picture.
  • Read as much as you can every day.
  • Practise the Jolly Phonics sounds, songs and ‘Tricky Words’. All the songs can be found on YouTube.
  • The website www.twinkl.ie has lots of great literacy worksheets for phonics, sentence writing etc.
  • The website www.topmarks.co.uk has lots of good literacy games and links to educational websites.
  • Another useful website is www.storylineonline.net. On this website the children can listen to stories being read aloud.
  • Please find some additional literacy worksheets at the end of this post. These worksheets are not compulsory, they are just if you would like to do some extra written work with your child.

 

PE/SPHE:

  • Online PE lessons- ‘P.E with Joe Wicks’ Monday to Friday 9am Live on YouTube ‘The Body Coach TV’
  • Dance lessons- gonoodle.com
  • SPHE lessons- Revise ‘Water Safety’ and ‘Sun Safety’
  • Mindfulness/ Yoga for children- cosmickids.com

 

 

Gaeilge:

  • Cula4 have their own YouTube channel where the children can watch short videos in Irish based on different topics.
  • RTE player have a category dedicated to cartoons in Irish.
  • Futa Fata are also doing a ‘Sceal an Lae’ on their Facebook page every day. They also have a YouTube channel.
  • The ‘Twinkl’ website has some great Irish resources if you would like to practise some vocab.

Maths:

  • Lots of good numeracy games on www.topmarks.co.uk.
  • Practise number formation. Worksheets can be downloaded from www.twinkl.ie.
  • Practise the addition and subtraction from 10 sums with your child.
  • Topics we have recently covered in class and can be practised at home- 2D/3D shapes, money, sequencing and patterns, adding to 10 and subtracting from 10.
  • Try make 3D shapes using playdough and cocktail sticks. Go on a 3D shape hunt around the house.
  • Practise your pattern and sequence using Lego blocks.
  • Set up a pretend shop and practise using different coins.
  • Please find additional Maths worksheets at the end of this document. These worksheets are not compulsory, they are only if you would like to do some additional work with your child.

Please do not feel under any pressure to complete all of the above work. If you would rather work at your own pace completing the children’s books, that is entirely up to you. Each day try to do a little bit of each subject- every little bit counts! If you have any worries or concerns, you can email me at mrs.sinnottstjosephs@gmail.com. Feel free to send me photos of any work that the children complete. I would love to see how everyone is getting on! 🙂

Stay Safe!

Mrs. Sinnott

  • Please find this week’s worksheets below.

 

Mrs. Sinnott’s Work June 2nd- 5th

Online Work for June 2nd- 5th

Please click on the above link if you would like to print out this week’s homework. This is not compulsory, it is entirely up to you.

Work for June 2nd– 5th

Hello to all my Senior Infants!

I hope you are all keeping well! I am so impressed with all the photos of your written work, drawings etc that I have received this week. Keep up the great work.! 🙂 If you would like to email photos of completed work, drawings etc or ask me any questions regarding the homework, you can email me at mrs.sinnottstjosephs@gmail.com

The majority of you now have all the Senior Infants books at home so if you would like to complete these books at your own pace that is no problem. If you do not have the books at home, please do not worry if you are finding it hard to access the books online, as long as you do a little bit of numeracy and literacy everyday that’s the most important thing. As we are now in our final month of Senior Infants, I will be reducing the workload and focusing mainly on English and Maths. A possible daily routine could be as follows:

  1. 15 mins of reading.
  2. 15 mins of a written activity such as a literacy worksheet (these can be found at the bottom of this document) ‘Our News’, sentence work, dictation, revising the Jolly Phonics sounds etc. This written activity can be based on any subject.
  3. 15 mins of Maths whether it be oral or written work such as a Maths sheet (these can be found at the bottom of this document)  addition, subtraction, money, time, shapes etc

The main thing to remember is that each child is different and whether they complete 15 mins of learning per day or 2 hours per day, everyone is trying their best. We will be there to help and support your child when we return to school! 🙂 However if you would rather your child complete more or less work, that is completely up to you. If you would like extra work, the ‘Twinkl’ website has some great school closure packs that cover a variety of subjects and topics if you would like to print these off. Type’ Senior Infants School Closure Pack’ into the Twinkl search bar and you will a variety of worksheets etc available to download and print.

 

Work for June 2nd – 5th:

If you do not have your books at home you can access the books online. For access to the majority of our class books, please do the following:

  • Go to https://www.cjfallon.ie/
  • On the right- hand side of the page click on ‘Parent/student resources’
  • Click on ‘student resources’
  • Click on ‘Senior Infants’ and you will see the list of books available.
  • The books we use in our class are as follows:
    • Gaeilge- Ceim ar Cheim (We have now came to the end of this workbook but feel free to revise or finish any incomplete pages)
    • Maths- Busy at Maths (We have now came to the end of this book but feel free to revise or finish any incomplete pages)
    • SESE- Small World (We have now came to the end of this book but feel free to revise or finish any incomplete pages)

Click on each book title and then ‘Online Book’. The book will then open on screen for you.

 

English:

  • Revise the stories in the class reader ‘What a Box’.
  • Pick words from the reader and put into sentences. You could also dictate these words to your child and get them try write them down.
  • Continue with the ‘Daily Diaries.
  • Write 5 sentences about your ‘Favourite Summer holiday activity’ and draw a picture.
  • Read as much as you can every day.
  • Practise the Jolly Phonics sounds, songs and ‘Tricky Words’. All the songs can be found on YouTube.
  • The website www.twinkl.ie has lots of great literacy worksheets for phonics, sentence writing etc.
  • The website www.topmarks.co.uk has lots of good literacy games and links to educational websites.
  • Another useful website is www.storylineonline.net. On this website the children can listen to stories being read aloud.
  • Please find some additional literacy worksheets at the end of this post. These worksheets are not compulsory, they are just if you would like to do some extra written work with your child.

 

PE/SPHE:

  • Online PE lessons- ‘P.E with Joe Wicks’ Monday to Friday 9am Live on YouTube ‘The Body Coach TV’
  • Dance lessons- gonoodle.com
  • SPHE lessons- ‘Water Safety’ and ‘Sun Safety’
  • Mindfulness/ Yoga for children- cosmickids.com

Gaeilge:

  • Cula4 have their own YouTube channel where the children can watch short videos in Irish based on different topics.
  • RTE player have a category dedicated to cartoons in Irish.
  • Futa Fata are also doing a ‘Sceal an Lae’ on their Facebook page every day. They also have a YouTube channel.
  • The ‘Twinkl’ website has some great Irish resources if you would like to practise some vocab.

Maths:

  • Lots of good numeracy games on www.topmarks.co.uk.
  • Practise number formation. Worksheets can be downloaded from www.twinkl.ie.
  • Practise the addition and subtraction from 10 sums with your child.
  • Topics we have recently covered in class and can be practised at home- 2D/3D shapes, money, sequencing and patterns, adding to 10 and subtracting from 10.
  • Try make 3D shapes using playdough and cocktail sticks. Go on a 3D shape hunt around the house.
  • Practise your pattern and sequence using Lego blocks.
  • Set up a pretend shop and practise using different coins.
  • Please find additional Maths worksheets at the end of this document. These worksheets are not compulsory, they are only if you would like to do some additional work with your child.

Please do not feel under any pressure to complete all of the above work. If you would rather work at your own pace completing the children’s books, that is entirely up to you. Each day try to do a little bit of each subject- every little bit counts! If you have any worries or concerns, you can email me at mrs.sinnottstjosephs@gmail.com. Feel free to send me photos of any work that the children complete. I would love to see how everyone is getting on! 🙂

Stay Safe!

Mrs. Sinnott

  • Please find this week’s worksheets below.

 

Mrs. Sinnott’s work for May 25th to 29th

Online Work for May 25th to 29th

Please click on the above link for a printable version of this week’s work. It is not compulsory to print out this work, it is entirely up to you.

Work for May 25thth to 29th

Hello to all my Senior Infants!

I hope you are all keeping well! I am so impressed with all the photos of your written work, drawings etc that I have received this week. Keep up the great work.! 🙂 If you would like to email photos of completed work, drawings etc or ask me any questions regarding the homework, you can email me at mrs.sinnottstjosephs@gmail.com

The majority of you now have all the Senior Infants books at home so if you would like to complete these books at your own pace that is no problem. If you do not have the books at home, please do not worry if you are finding it hard to access the books online, as long as you do a little bit of numeracy and literacy everyday that’s the most important thing. A possible daily routine could be as follows:

  1. 15 mins of reading.
  2. 15 mins of a written activity such as ‘Our News’, sentence work, dictation, revising the Jolly Phonics sounds etc. This written activity can be based on any subject.
  3. 15 mins of Maths whether it be oral or written work such as addition, subtraction, money, time, shapes etc
  4. 15 mins of PE such as ‘GoNoodle’ or ‘Cosmic Kids’
  5. 15 mins of SESE- for example: the human life- cycle, the 5 senses, the different tops of weather, the water cycle and electricity.
  6. 15 mins of SPHE- for example: good hygiene, healthy eating, anti- bullying, the importance of friends etc
  7. 15 mins of Art- draw what you see, paint pictures of flowers, self- portraits, paint or draw a picture of your favourite animal.
  8. 15 mins of online numeracy or literacy games on websites such as ‘Topmarks’
  9. 15 mins of Gaeilge such as practising vocab, singing an Irish song or watching an Irish cartoon on the RTE player or TG4 website,

The main thing to remember is that each child is different and whether they complete 15 mins of learning per day or 2 hours per day, everyone is trying their best. We will be there to help and support your child when we return to school! 🙂 The ‘Twinkl’ website has some great school closure packs that cover a variety of subjects and topics if you would like to print these off. Type’ Senior Infants School Closure Pack’ into the Twinkl search bar and you will a variety of worksheets etc available to download and print.

 

Work for May 25th – 29th:

If you do not have your books at home you can access the books online. For access to the majority of our class books, please do the following:

  • Go to https://www.cjfallon.ie/
  • On the right- hand side of the page click on ‘Parent/student resources’
  • Click on ‘student resources’
  • Click on ‘Senior Infants’ and you will see the list of books available.
  • The books we use in our class are as follows:
    • Gaeilge- Ceim ar Cheim (We have now came to the end of this workbook but feel free to revise or finish any incomplete pages)
    • Maths- Busy at Maths (We have now came to the end of this book but feel free to revise or finish any incomplete pages)
    • SESE- Small World

Click on each book title and then ‘Online Book’. The book will then open on screen for you.

  • Please complete the following pages, if possible, in a copy or on sheets and place the completed work into the ‘Homework Folders’. Complete a page from each book per day if possible or whatever works best for your household.
    • SESE- Small World: Pg 58- 60

 

SESE ‘Small World’ pages

 

 

Religion:

    • The children should have their ‘Grow in Love’ workbook in their schoolbag. If not, you can find the online book on the Veritas website.
    • Grow in Love- Pg 56 & 57 ‘Theme 10- Lesson 1- We can grow in love’

 

English:

  • Revise the stories in the class reader ‘What a Box’.
  • Pick words from the reader and put into sentences. You could also dictate these words to your child and get them try write them down.
  • Continue with the ‘Daily Diaries.
  • Write 5 sentences about ‘My Favourite Outfit’ and draw a picture.
  • Read as much as you can every day.
  • Practise the Jolly Phonics sounds, songs and ‘Tricky Words’. All the songs can be found on YouTube.
  • The website www.twinkl.ie has lots of great literacy worksheets for phonics, sentence writing etc.
  • The website www.topmarks.co.uk has lots of good literacy games and links to educational websites.
  • Another useful website is www.storylineonline.net. On this website the children can listen to stories being read aloud.
  • Please find some additional literacy worksheets at the end of this post. These worksheets are not compulsory, they are just if you would like to do some extra written work with your child.

 

PE/SPHE:

  • Online PE lessons- ‘P.E with Joe Wicks’ Monday to Friday 9am Live on YouTube ‘The Body Coach TV’
  • Dance lessons- www.gonoodle.com
  • Mindfulness/ Yoga for children- cosmickids.com

 

Gaeilge:

  • Cula4 have their own YouTube channel where the children can watch short videos in Irish based on different topics.
  • RTE player have a category dedicated to cartoons in Irish.
  • Futa Fata are also doing a ‘Sceal an Lae’ on their Facebook page every day. They also have a YouTube channel.
  • The ‘Twinkl’ website has some great Irish resources if you would like to practise some vocab.
  • Please find additional Gaeilge worksheets at the end of this document. These worksheets are not compulsory, they are only if you would like to do some additional Irish work with your child.

 

Maths:

  • Lots of good numeracy games on www.topmarks.co.uk.
  • Practise number formation. Worksheets can be downloaded from www.twinkl.ie.
  • Practise addition and subtraction from 10 sums with your child.
  • Topics we have recently covered in class and can be practised at home- 2D/3D shapes, money, sequencing and patterns, adding to 10 and subtracting from 10.
  • Try make 3D shapes using playdough and cocktail sticks.
  • Practise your pattern and sequence work using Lego blocks.
  • Set up a pretend shop and practise using different coins.
  • Please find additional Maths worksheets at the end of this document. These worksheets are not compulsory, they are only if you would like to do some additional work with your child.

Please do not feel under any pressure to complete all of the above work. If you would rather work at your own pace completing the children’s books, that is entirely up to you. Each day try to do a little bit of each subject- every little bit counts! If you have any worries or concerns, you can email me at mrs.sinnottstjosephs@gmail.com. Feel free to send me photos of any work that the children complete. I would love to see how everyone is getting on! 🙂

Stay Safe!

Mrs. Sinnott

  • Please find additional worksheets below. These worksheets are not compulsory, they are only if you would like to do some additional work with your child.
  • I have included some Irish worksheets based on colours, feelings and emotions and parts of the body, some English phonic work and rhyming worksheets, some SESE worksheets about the human life, the weather and a variety of Maths worksheets.