This activity is great for Junior Infants and Senior Infants. It's a great opportunity to practise letter sounds and blending words. Click here. Enjoy!
Happy Pancake Tuesday! Hopefully everyone is getting to dig in to some delicious pancakes today. Will you be sprinkling some sugar and lemon juice on top or will you be smothering your pancakes in maple syrup or chocolate spread? Whatever your choice of topping -Enjoy!
Drumcondra Education Centre is hosting a free webinar "SEESAW for Parents". on Mon 15th February at 7pm.
For more details and to register CLICK HERE
When registering enter 'xxxx' for TC number and school roll number.
Numbers are limited so book early.
Check out this link or click on the picture to find out how you can keep fit and have fun over the next few weeks. Up the Dubs! Enjoy!
SeeSaw and Zoom meetings have been busy this morning with some great photos and stories about making snowmen and having snowball fights. It looks like everyone had a great day!
In most homes there's usually a pack of playing cards hiding at the bottom of a drawer. Why not take them out and play a few card games with your children. Here are some ideas of 'child friendly' card games. Card games help to develop many skills including social skills, concentration and fine motor skills. Enjoy!
'Telling the time' is a really important life skill. Look at the numbers on the clock and talk about the big/minute hand and small/hour hand. What does each hand tell us? Which hand moves faster? Practice telling the time throughout the day. For a little extra, try some of these games. o'clock, time game, digital.
Why not take a few minutes to 'settle your mind and body' before you start into your work. Mind Yeti on your tube has some nice short videos to help out. Give it a go!
RTÉ Home School Hub is back from 10-12 Monday to Friday on RTÉ 2. If you don't catch it live check it out at www.rte.ie/player/.
We are all back teaching and learning from home today. It's a bit strange but most of us have done this before so we will be well able to get through it. Remember, reading your favourite book, playing LEGO and going for a nature walk all provide opportunities for learning. Be kind to yourself and be kind to each other.
Check back here every week for a brief overview of what we've been doing in St Paul's.