Just in advance of work going up on Monday I want to remind you of all the activities that you can be doing on a daily basis.
1. Write your news or a diary page - when you are older you will want to read what you wrote about during this very difficult time. So write about what it feels like to be at home, what you miss, what you would like to be able to do and how you are keeping yourself occupied.
2. Do the P.E. workout from 9am to 9.30am with Joe Wicks The Body Coach every morning or as many mornings as you can.
3. Listen to an online story maybe on Oliver Jeffers website or on David Walliams or on BBC website. Just enter audio stories for kids into Google. After you have listened to the story draw your favourite part or write about what happened in the story from the start, the middle and the end.
4. Download Bua na Cainte onto your laptop (that's our Gaeilge interactive activity) - go to www.edco.ie/bua. It's free! And when you are watching and learning make sure you join in with the speaking and words.
5. Go to Starfall or Galactic Phonics website (on galacticphonics.com make sure you click in the top right corner on "visit our old site" that's where the content is all free.
6. Make your 100 square and if you have made it, use it to compose sums for yourself. Go to topmarks.co.uk, click on learning games in the blue banner at the top, then click on 5-7 year olds and then choose your category counting/addition/subtraction/measures/shapes. Look for the Place Value Basketball game in the Counting category.
7. If you have done any cooking write down your recipe.
8. Draw or paint a Spring flower picture.
9. Draw an aerial map of your bedroom. Imagine you are looking down on your bedroom from above like we did with our classroom and with our aerial map of all the buildings on the Ballymun Road up to the police station.
10. Practice the cursive writing of all the letters we have done so far.
I will talk to you very soon
Stay safe and wash you hands