Good morning everyone. If you want to try your spellings then grab a pencil and some paper and let's go!
Do you have a cat? Does it go out at night time? I had a cat called Harpo and she always went out at night when it was our time to go to bed, I presumed she just went asleep in her basket in the shed..........but maybe not.
Do you wonder where cats go at night? Or any nocturnal animal? What are they all doing while we sleep? This book has a crazy idea of where they go!
I was so happy to get to talk to quite a number of parents (and even some of my boys and girls - thank you Maci, Elizabeth and Cian for saying hello) and it seems like everyone is making a super job of doing not just school work at home but a wide range of other wonderful activities. Parents you should be very proud of yourselves keeping up with your own work. the kids school work and ensuring the kids are calm, happy and healthy. I was thrilled to hear that parents are looking for support in doing Irish lessons so I hope the videos from me on this week's timetable will help with new vocabulary on appliances and furniture in the kitchen. I mentioned Seidean Si website to a few parents too which has lovely simple stories and easy to do activities. When you log on pick the An Mumhan dialect from drop down menu and then choose Naoinán Mhóra and select the story you want. If you want a challenge choose Rang 1.
I will speak to the remaining parents tomorrow I hope. This image should also help with the Gaeilge task on Friday. Maybe you could use your Irish words for things in the kitchen to practice.
Oscail/Dún an cuisneoir - open/close the fridge
Cuir éadaí san inneall níochán - put clothes in the washing machine
Cuir do cupán ar an doirteal - Put your cup on the sink
Hello Alex, Broghan, Charlie, Cian, Dean, Elizabeth, Eva, Hallie, Heather, Isobel, Jensen, Maaya, Maci, Matthew, Rada, Sarah, Sofia and Tomass. My video for today is taking ages to upload even though I put it in up last night so I am still here trying. I hope everyone is well and ready for some work! Send me a message on what you are up to.
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