So, we’ve all survived another week of lockdown. It doesn’t get any easier but we’re being greatly helped by the fine weather – hopefully it will continue.
Here is the email I sent home earlier today – it tells you how to get Twinkl working for you again if you’ve been having problems with it:
I have a few more recommendations to make to you with regard to websites – some of which have been recommended by parents because their children are enjoying them. So here’s one:
This is a great website for children who are interested in our planet – especially oceans and seas. Given that Wednesday was World Earth Day, it’s a good time to have a look at it.
I know that many parents are finding difficulty engaging children with Irish and accessing the Abair Liom resources online. Don’t forget to try out Duolingo and Cúl4. These sites will keep the children in touch with Irish even if they are not doing all of the work that their teachers are sending.
For the quiz lovers, remember that there is a Stay at Home Quiz every day on the Seomra Ranga website.
Don’t forget the Primary Planet website – it’s really interesting. They’ve got a great competition going to design a front cover:
I know that Mr. Keane would love to see some entries from our school so I’m hoping some children will try it out.
Finally, Ms. Popplewell is suggesting a recipe for you to make at home:
DIY Pitta Bread Pizza Recipe For Kids From Ms. Popplewell
Time to Prepare: 10 minutes
Time to Cook: 5 minutes
- Pitta bread
- Tomato puree, or tomato relish
- Grated cheese
- You can choose your favourite toppings: peppers, mushrooms, sweet corn, red onion etc.
- Gather the ingredients and equipment needed. Prepare the vegetables by washing them in cold water. *Chop the peppers, mushrooms, red onion etc.
- *Grate the cheese or use cheese that is already grated.
- *Turn on the grill or oven and place pita bread on baking tray.
- Spread the pita with the tomato puree or relish.
- Add your favourite vegetables and the grated cheese.
- *Grill until cheese is melted and golden.
*Adult Supervision/Assistance Required
AND a film for you to review
Movie Recommendation for week beginning Monday 27th April from Ms. Popplewell
- Horrid Henry the Movie (both of these movies can be found on Netflix).
I hope you enjoy watching these movies. You can write or type a Movie Review after watching your Movie of choice. RTE also have kids/family movies on during the week if you do not have access to Netflix.
Here is a template you can use for your film review:
If you want to take a picture of your review and send it to me, I’d be delighted to read it.
Enjoy your weekend.