Mr. Kavanagh June 2nd – 5th

Hi all, I hope ye had a great weekend and enjoyed the lovely weather. I hope everybody is keeping safe and getting lots of exercise and enjoying time with family. From now on I’ll just be giving Maths and English work leaving you more time to enjoy the good weather and have fun. Try keep up the reading every day too. If you have any questions as always you can contact me, I’m still waiting on a few parents to email me so I can forward you on your child’s summer report.

mrkav20@gmail.com

 

Sample Timetable

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
25 minutes

 

Maths

MM Tuesday

Mathematic pg. 181 Qs 8 & 9

Maths

MM Wednesday

Mathemagic pg 182 Qs 6 & 7 Hit the button tables

Maths

MM Thursday

Mathemagic Pg. 182 Qs. 15, 16 & 17

Maths

MM Friday

Mathemagic pg. 183 Qs 2, 3 & 4

25 minutes

 

English

4 spellings and sentences Spelling workbook

Read Story Up and Running The Escape pg.246

 

English

4 spellings and sentences Spelling workbook

Read over story again.

Qs C & D in copy

English

4 spellings and sentences Spelling workbook

Writing activity Up and Running pg. 259 H

English

Finish activities spelling workbook

Test yourself on spellings.

Creative sentences with spellings.

 

Stay safe everyone.

Mr. Kavanagh

Monday 25th to Friday 29th May

Hi, I hope you’re all keeping well . Here is our 5th class work for next week. As always try your best with all work and don’t be afraid to contact me if you have any questions or want to show me any work.  I’ve added  a sample timetable at the end of this post for anyone that may be struggling to break the work up. This is only a guideline so adapt it to suit your own routine .You can contact me at the following email address:

mrkav20@gmail.com

All written work can be done in your copy or on sheets that you may have at home. Remember to have margin, heading and date. If you don’t have the right copy for a subject you can use any copy you have.

The books that are marked with ** can be accessed on the CJ Fallon web page. Visit http://my.cjfallon.ie and click ‘Student Resources’, then filter to the title of the book you require, making sure ‘Online Books’ is selected in the ‘Resources’ section. Only takes a minute and very easy to work (use top right corner to jump to a selected page when book is open)

English:

**Up and Running – Read the story ‘The Escape’ pg. 246 to 256. Break it up over two days if you wish.

Questions: C and D pg. 258

Reading – 20 minutes reading each day of a book of your choice from home. If you haven’t a library book or your own book to read at home you can find some great books to read on the app ‘BorrowBox Library’.

*Ms Cleary’s reading group continue to record daily reading.

* Mrs. Murphy’s work can be seen on her web page posts.

Spellings: Next 4 spellings and exercises in next unit of Spelling Workbook and activities in spelling workbook. Write interesting sentences for each spelling.

Writing:  H  pg. 259

Gaeilge:   

 

**Bun go Barr –

Revise story ‘An Clóca’ pg. 98.Continue on to pg. 99.  Listen to recording and see new vocab below.

Ceisteanna B/G/ I /J  can be done over the week. No pressure, just do your best!

Foclóir Nua

  • Cad atá ag teastáil uait?= What do you want?
  • Píosa talún = a piece of land
  • Suimiúil = interesting
  • Féasóg = a beard
  • Ag smaoineamh = thinking
  • An méid sin = that amount
  • Ag fás = growing
  • Ionadh = amazement
  • Tabharfaidh mé = I will give
  • Fan go bhfeicfidh mé = Wait ‘til I see
  • Mórthimpeall = all around
  • Gort =field
  • Claí = ditch
  • Sceach = bush
  • Ag lonradh = gleaming
  • Ar deireadh thiar thall = eventually

 

 

Abairtí – Write 3 interesting sentences each using  day Aimsir Chaite/Aimsir Fhaistineach briathra. Use back of Bun go Barr or Gramadach copy to help. Keep learning our verbs!

Maths:

Mental Maths – Continue with the next week of Mental Maths including Problem Solving and Friday Review.

Tables – Practise your ‘mixed tables’ for 5 minutes each day on https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button (Hit the Button) and try beat your score. Record your highest score for when we are back to see who the champion is!

 

**Mathemagic –

Equations pg. 149 to pg. 152

Look over the examples in the book. Divide the work out over the week. Do some of the work orally through discussion with parent/ guardian / etc. and write some of the answers in copy. Remember   there is no pressure to cover all sums. Here is a general guide:

  • 149; orally
  • 150 ;Question 1 to 16 written and 17 to 20 orally
  • 151; Question 10 to 22 written/ orally
  • 152 ; do a selection from questions 1 to 12 ( orally/ written)

** Remember to change decimal/ percentage to fraction before doing sum.

History:

**Small World History – Read Unit 18 on ‘The Industrial Revolution’  pg. 86 to 91 a few times and discuss.

Geography:

**Small World Geography Read Unit 18 ‘ Properties and Characteristics of Materials’ pg. 99 to 105  a few times and discuss

As always try some of the experiments  if you like! I’d love to see some photos.

 

 

Art and Projects

Try some of these

-Design a soccer gaa or camogie jersey or a t-shirt for your favourite tv show or video game.

-You can also do projects on topics of your choice. ( people, places, hobbies ,art , etc) I would love to see any projects you do. Pictures can be sent to me on my school email provided.

-This is a link to The Great Isolation Activity Book. There are some nice activities to do with your family of siblings. You may be able to print it or just use ideas from the booklet too and put your own stamp on it. Enjoy !!!!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gasHX74OYHHH4hrrP5Y823FarA_TgnuI/view

P.E.:

Remember to try keep as active as possible and have fun.

Races – shuttle runs- time yourself

-Obstacle course -create your own in your garden

  • challenge yourself
  • hurling/ football / soccer skills ( how many roll lifts in 30 secs / how many keepy uppies can you do in 30 secs etc (Check out Hurling 365/Peile 4 all online for weekly challenges)
  • How many basketball dribbles in 30 secs
  • Jog on the spot 30secs next day 60 secs etc.

 

Every Tuesday and Thursday at 12pm Kilkenny hurler TJ Reid does a brilliant online PE class live on his TJ Reid Health and Fitness Facebook page. The Body Coach also has some great home workouts on YouTube.

 

Here is a sample timetable to help with the work if you’re struggling to break it up. I would ask that  you ensure that your child is getting additional reading in every evening or night if possible too please. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me. This timetable is only a guideline, however feel free to work at pace that suits you and your work schedule.

Time Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri.
30 minutes

 

Gaeilge Gaeilge Gaeilge Gaeilge Gaeilge
30 minutes

 

Maths Maths Maths Maths Maths
30 minutes

 

English English English English English
30 minutes

 

History P.E History Geography Art

 

Stay safe everyone,

Mr. Kavanagh.

 

Easter Raffle

The winners of the Easter Raffle belatedly drawn today were

Alan Cushe – Age 21 + VAT

Grace Gill  – Junior Infants- Mrs. Kirwan

Stephen Sheehan –  5th  – Mr. O’Brien

Robin O’Toole  – 3rd – Ms. Kinsella

 

Congratulations everybody and thank you once again for your support. All proceeds go towards the young peoples trip to Lourdes. 

Mr. Kavanagh’s 5th class work 18th – 22nd May

Monday 18th May – Friday 22nd May

As Mr. Cronin has confirmed it is possible to collect school books on Thursday between 10 and 12, please refer to homepage of website for details. I hope everybody is keeping well and keeping on top of their work. Here is our 5th class work for next week, as always try your best with all work and don’t be afraid to contact me if you have any questions or want to show me any work.

mrkav20@gmail.com

 

All written work can be done in your copy or on sheets that you may have at home. Remember to have margin, heading and date. If you don’t have the right copy for a subject you can use any copy you have.

The books that are marked with ** can be accessed on the CJ Fallon web page. Visit http://my.cjfallon.ie and click ‘Student Resources’, then filter to the title of the book you require, making sure ‘Online Books’ is selected in the ‘Resources’ section. Only takes a minute and very easy to work (use top right corner to jump to a selected page when book is open)

English:

**Up and Running – Read the story ‘Stations and Train Journeys’ pg.240

Questions B & C pg.244

Reading – 20 minutes reading each day of a book of your choice from home. If you haven’t a library book or your own book to read at home you can find some great books to read on the app ‘BorrowBox Library’.

Ms Cleary’s reading group continue to record daily reading.

Spellings: Next 4 spellings and exercises in next unit of Spelling Workbook and activities in spelling workbook. Write interesting sentences for each spelling.

Writing: Pg. 245 H

Gaeilge:

**Bun go Barr –

Suil Siar D PG. 104/105 A-F, when doing F use Gramadach copy to change verbs to future tense.

 

Abairtí – Write 3 interesting sentences each day Aimsir Chaite/Aimsir Fhaistineach briathra. Use back of Bun go Barr or Gramadach copy to help. Keep learning our verbs!!

 

Maths:

Mental Maths – Continue with the next week of Mental Maths including Problem Solving and Friday Review.

Tables – Practise your ‘mixed tables’ for 5 minutes each day on https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button (Hit the Button) and try beat your score. Record your highest score for when we are back to see who the champion is!

 

 

**Mathemagic –

Unit 30 The Circle pg.131

 

If you have a compass at home you can practice your circles and do some of the additional questions.

Read Blue boxes to help with questions.

 

  • 131 Qs. 1, 2 & 3
  • 132 Qs. 2 & 3
  • 134 Qs 1,3,4,5 & 6

 

History:

**Small World History – Read Unit 15 Energy and Power Pg. 72

 

Geography:

**Small World Geography  Unit 16 Heat Pg.89

Activities Pg.91 & 93

 

Art and Projects

Draw and design, your choice of design, circle art like the circles seen in qs. 9 of Pg. 133 of Mathemagic book. Use paint or colouring pencils to complete your design. I’d love to see some finished products.

Try some of these

-Design a soccer gaa or camogie jersey or a t-shirt for you favourite tv show or video game.

-You can also do projects on topics of your choice. ( people places hobbies art  etc) I would love to see any projects you do. Pictures can be sent to me on my school email provided.

-This is a link to The Great Isolation Activity Book. They’re are some nice activities to do with your family of siblings. You may be able to print it or just use ideas from the booklet too and put your own stamp on it. Enjoy !!!!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gasHX74OYHHH4hrrP5Y823FarA_TgnuI/view

 

 

P.E.:

Remember to try keep as active as possible and have fun.

Try challenge yourself every week to achieve new goals for example how many hurling pick ups in 30 seconds, how many jumping jacks in 30 seconds, soccer keep yuppies in 30 seconds, 10 metre shuttle runs in 1 minute. Track your results and try to progress each day or week. I’d love to see some videos of your attempts.

Every Tuesday and Thursday at 12pm Kilkenny hurler TJ Reid does a brilliant online PE class live on his TJ Reid Health and Fitness Facebook page. The Body Coach also has some great home workouts on YouTube.

 

 

 

Here is a sample timetable to help with the work if you’re struggling to break it up. I would ask that  you ensure that your child is getting additional reading in every evening or night if possible too please. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me. This timetable is only a guideline, however feel free to work at pace that suits you and your work schedule.

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
30 minutes

 

Gaeilge Gaeilge Gaeilge Gaeilge Gaeilge
30 minutes

 

Maths Maths Maths Maths Maths
30 minutes

 

English English English English English
30 minutes

 

Art PE History PE Geography

 

Stay safe everyone

Mr. Kavanagh