forex trading logo


Login Form

Fourth Class

4th Class Work List 30.03.20 - 03.04.20

Dear Parents,

Please find below 4th class work 30.03 – 03.04 I hope this finds you all well. Please see the link below if some extra activities are needed during Easter.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/19net3D_CdEKEl1Orth0wN4jhqSBu1L5otShc2_MMays/mobilebasic

Kind regards,

Ms. Loane

Monday 30th March

Work it out: Wk25 Monday

Tables: /12

Planet Maths Topic 22 Length pg 133

1. Children often confuse area with perimeter. Emphasise that perimeter is a measure of length and is always measured in cm, m or km. Perimeter and area are in 2 separate units in this book.

2. Physical activities involving perimeter might be carried out: walking around the perimeter of the hall, running the perimeter of the playing field, measuring the perimeter of the classroom, estimating the perimeter of a desktop, etc.

3. Allow the children to discover that the perimeter of a rectangle is double the sum of the length and the width.

Activity A:

1. Which coast of the island has the greater perimeter: the west coast or the east coast? 2. Discuss how the inlets of the shore increase the perimeter. Ask children to think of shapes of similar areas with very different perimeters (picture, circle, V, star). 3. If the perimeter of the west coast is 3 times that of the east coast (120 metres), what’s the perimeter of the west coast? 4. Farmer Brown walks around his field every morning. (a) Which sides of the field are the same lengths? (b) At which point is Farmer Brown halfway around the field? (c) If the length of the field is 20m and the width is 10m, how far has he walked when he is halfway round and all the way round? Change the numbers for more questions.

Starlight 12a Read story & activity A

Spellbound Wk 25 Ex. 1

Fuaimeanna Agus Focail Aonad 25 A & B

Abair Liom lch. 128 G

Tuesday 24th March

Work it out: Wk25 Tuesday

Tables: /12

Planet Maths pg 134

Starlight 12a re-read story & activity B

Spellbound Wk 25 Ex. 2

Fuaimeanna Agus Focail Aonad 25 C & D

Abair Liom lch. 128 H

Wednesday 25thMarch

Work it out: Wk25 Wednesday

Tables: /12

Planet Maths pg 134

Starlight 12a activity C

Spellbound Wk 25 Ex. 3

Fuaimeanna Agus Focail Aonad 25 E & F

Abair Liom lch. 129 I

Thursday 26thMarch

Work it out: Wk25 Thursday

Tables: /12

Planet Maths pg 135

Starlight 12a activity D

Spellbound Wk 25 Ex. 4

Fuaimeanna Agus Focail Aonad 25 G & H

Abair Liom lch. 129 J

Friday 27thMarch

Work it out: Wk25 Friday Test

Spellings and tables Test

Planet Maths pg 136

Starlight 12a activity E

Spellbound Wk 25 Ex. 5

Maths Resources:

Higher attainers: More able children should be able to work out the width of a rectangle if given the perimeter and the length. Allow them to explore this task.

Explore perimeter at home: Which room in your house has the greatest perimeter? What is often found all along the bottom of the walls in a room, except where there are doors? (skirting boards). Does the floor of a room have the same perimeter as the ceiling of the same room? If there are gardens outside your house, which one (front or back) has the greater perimeter? What do neighbours often build or erect along the perimeter of their gardens? (Boundary wall, fence, hedge.)

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t2-m-4163-calculate-perimeter-interactive-powerpoint-

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t2-m-17126-year-3-measure-perimeter-maths-mastery-powerpoint

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t2-m-254391-farmers-fields-activity-sheet

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/es-t2-m-2222-y3-perimeter-word-problems-activity-sheet-english-spanish

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/cfe-n-156-perimeter-differentiated-activity-sheets

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t2-m-4045-measuring-perimeter-in-centimetres-differentiated-activity-sheets

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t2-t-1244-measure-accurately-to-calculate-perimeter-and-area-of-a-house-with-5-rooms-activity-sheet

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t2-m-2378-area-and-perimeter

Unlocking S.E.S.E. Ch. 15 Communications

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t4-dt-77-computer-mouse-design-task-lesson-1-identifying-requirements

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t4-dt-78-computer-mouse-design-task-lesson-2-design-communication-and-thinking

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t4-dt-72-computer-mouse-design-task-lesson-3-manufacturing-processes

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t4-dt-73-computer-mouse-design-task-lesson-4-technical-understanding

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t4-dt-74-computer-mouse-design-task-lesson-5-evaluation

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t4-dt-76-computer-mouse-design-task-unit-overview

S.P.H.E. Use link below to access Theme 3: Reasons for Rules

https://www.education.ie/en/Schools-Colleges/Information/Curriculum-and-Syllabus/Primary-/Resource-Material-for-Relationship-and-Sexuality-Education-3rd-and-4th-Clas.pdf

Please see the links below for advice and information on covid 19

https://www.hse.ie/eng/services/news/newsfeatures/covid19-updates/partner-resources/covid-19-translated-resources/

http://www.pdst.ie/distancelearning

http://www.education.ie/covid19

P.E:

https://pssi.pdst.ie/pssi_athletics/athpage34.html

Visual Art: Design and make an Ester basket

https://www.google.com/search?q=craft+easter+basket+for+kuds&tbm=isch&ved=2ahUKEwiunaHhgcDoAhWbQEEAHciVDWYQ2-cCegQIABAA&oq=craft+easter+basket+for+kuds&gs_lcp=CgNpbWcQAzoECCMQJzoCCAA6BggAEAUQHjoHCCMQ6gIQJzoECAAQQzoFCAAQgwE6BAgAEAM6BggAEAgQHjoECAAQHlDmSlivrAFg_K4BaApwAHgCgAFXiAHZGpIBAjU5mAEAoAEBqgELZ3dzLXdpei1pbWewAQo&sclient=img&ei=r8CAXu6JKJuBhbIPyKu2sAY&bih=526&biw=1067

4th Class Work list 23.3 - 24.03

Dear Parents,

Please find below 4th class work for next week. I hope you are all keeping well and I hope to see you all soon.

Kind regards,

Ms. Loane

Monday 23rd March

Work it out: Wk24 Monday

Planet Maths Topic 21 Patterns pg 128 A, B &

Activity A:

Find and describe the pattern in each photograph 1. Does the pattern repeat? 2. Where might you see such a pattern? 3. Is the pattern attractive? 4. Can you think of other examples of patterns in nature or in the world around you? 5. Is there a pattern in each photograph? 6. Are patterns usually attractive? 7. Picture 1: What kind of pattern would you see if you threw a stone into a pond? 8. Picture 2: Carpets often have a pattern. Describe one you have seen. 9. Picture 3: What causes patterns on the sand on a beach? What causes patterns on the sand in a desert? 10. Picture 4: How might a living creature use a pattern to attract or repel other creatures? 11. How might a pattern help to disguise (camouflage) a creature? 12. Picture 5: Is a spider’s web easy to draw? 13. Picture 6: Curtains, clothes, fabrics often have a pleasing pattern. Describe one. 14. Can you think of other examples of patterns in nature or in the world around you?

Starlight 11b Read story & activity A

Spellbound Wk 24 Ex. 1

Abair Liom lch. 122 & 123 Look up new vocabulary https://www.teanglann.ie/en/fgb/

Tuesday 24th March

Work it out: Wk24 Tuesday

Planet Maths pg 129

Starlight 11b re-read story & activity B

Spellbound Wk 24 Ex. 2

Abair Liom lch. 124 A

Wednesday 25thMarch

Work it out: Wk24 Wednesday

Planet Maths pg 130

Starlight activity C

Spellbound Wk 24 Ex. 3

Abair Liom lch. 125 B & C

Thursday 26thMarch

Work it out: Wk24 Thursday

Planet Maths pg 131

Starlight activity D

Spellbound Wk 24 Ex. 4

Abair Liom lch. 126 D & E

Friday 27thMarch

Work it out: Wk24 Friday Test

Planet Maths pg 132

Starlight activity E

Spellbound Wk 24 Ex. 5

Abair Liom lch. 127 F

 

Maths Resources:

Higher attainers: Children will enjoy figuring out the puzzles below: 1. 3BM(SHTR) = 3 blind mice (see how they run) 2. 7C of the R = 7 colours of the rainbow 3. 7W of the W = 7 wonders of the world 4. 10MM in a CM = 100 millimetres in a centimetre 5. 366D in a LY = 366 days in a leap year 6. SW and the 7D = Snow White and the 7 dwarfs 7. 1,000G in a KG = 1,000 grams in a kilogram 8. 4S on a S = 4 sides on a square 9. 26L in the A = 26 letters in the alphabet 10. 100Y in a C = 100 years in a century 11. 12 in a D = 12 in a dozen

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/number-sequences-and-patterns-powerpoint-roi-ms-10

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/100-square-number-riddles-worksheets-roi-ms-10

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t2-m-1637-ultimate-multiplication-and-division-activity-sheet-pack

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/follow-the-rule-to-create-number-sequences-worksheets-roi-ms-10

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/number-sequences-loop-game-roi-ms-10

Unlocking S.E.S.E. Ch. 14 Technology

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/technology-all-around-us-photo-powerpoint-t-tp-69726

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/cfe2-d-46-changes-in-technology-powerpoint

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t-i-097-computer-parts-and-devices-photo-powerpoint

https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/au-t2-d-115-design-technology-project-booklet

After completing the design technology booklet make a model of your design using various recyclable materials.

S.P.H.E. Use link below to access Theme 3: My Family

https://www.education.ie/en/Schools-Colleges/Information/Curriculum-and-Syllabus/Primary-/Resource-Material-for-Relationship-and-Sexuality-Education-3rd-and-4th-Clas.pdf

P.E. Please use the link below to access athletics lessons 

https://pssi.pdst.ie/pssi_athletics/athpage34.html

WORK FOR 4th CLASS NUMERACY GROUP.

Dear Parents,

Please find below work for my Numeracy group. I fully understand that work has been assigned by the class teacher and would ask that these activities would be completed at your child’s own pace. I hope you are all keeping well.

Kind Regards,

Mrs Rickard.

Please access twinkl.ie for the following activities on the topics of Area and Perimeter and Multiplication Revision Activities.

https://www.twinkl.ie/search?term=year+4+multiplication+and+division

https://www.twinkl.ie/search?term=area+and+perimeter+year+4

Mrs. McKiernan & Ms. K Lynch’s Literacy Group

Dear Parents,

Please find below work for our literacy group. We fully understand that work has been assigned by the class teacher and would ask that these activities are used as additional support and are completed at your child’s own pace. We hope you are all keeping well and we hope to see you soon.

Kind Regards,

Mrs McKiernan & Ms. K. Lynch

Please access twinkl.ie for the following comprehension and cloze passages

Read the passages and answer the questions for the following:

$1Ø  A New Dance Craze: The Floss - https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t2-e-41407-ks2-a-new-dance-craze-the-floss-differentiated-fact-file

$1Ø  The Year of the Pig - https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/wl-year-of-the-pig-differentiated-reading-comprehension-activity

$1Ø  Easter - https://www.twinkl.ie/search?term=comprehension+year+4+easter

$1Ø  All About Giraffes - https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t-t-2547267-cloze-procedure-about-giraffes-activity-sheet

$1Ø  Looking After my Wellbeing - https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/looking-after-my-wellbeing-cloze-activity-roi-sphe-15

(Comprehensions have differentiated levels – please choose the level which best suits your child. Parents, please also note that the answers to some comprehensions are included in downloads)

$1Ø  Underline & look up any unknown/difficult words in the above texts in your dictionary. Write the word & meaning into your vocabulary notebook in your own words and put into a sentence orally to demonstrate understanding.

$1Ø  SNIP – continue with next 2 weeks spellings and written activities. Choose five words from each list to put into sentences. (You may write or type sentences)

$1Ø  READ! READ! READ! – continue reading in ANY form – books/ebooks/magazines/sports journals etc if you have ‘The Twits’ home with you, read the next chapter and continue with the workbook.

$1Ø  If you have been working on typing with us try – www.rapidtyping.com there are lots of games and challenges available

COVID19 Forced Closure Work for 4th Class

4th Class Work

4th Class Visit the Army Band

On Monday 24th February, 4th class took a trip to Mullingar Arts Centre to see the Army Band perform. It was a fantastic musical afternoon enjoyed by all.

Band1

IMG 0379

IMG 0381

IMG 0382

IMG 0386

IMG 0389

IMG 0391

IMG 0396

Chinese Name Scrolls

4th class were learning about China and the Chinese New Year. They created these beautiful Chinese name scrolls in art to go with the theme.

 

ChineseScrolls

December - Christmas Art 2019

Fourth class were busy this month decorating the classroom with Christmas decorations. They made Nativity scene stained glass windows, paper snow flakes, Christmas tree lights and paper chains. The classroom looked very festive as a result. Well done fourth class.

Dec 1

Dec 2

Dec 3

Dec 4

Dec 5

 

November - Intel Mini Scientist

Well done to all the boys and girls in fourth class who produced fantastic projects for the Intel Mini Scientist Competition this month. Alot of hard work was evident on the day and the children confidently demonstrated their learning on their chosen topic when presenting their projects to other classes, teachers, the judges and other parents.

Well done also to the Gaming Project from fourth class that came 2nd overall in the Mini Scientist Competition.

Nov 1. intel

Nov 2. intel

Nov 3. intel

Nov 5. intel

Nov 6. intel

Nov 7. intel

Nov 8. intel

Nov 9. intel

Nov 10. intel

Nov 11. intel

Nov 12. intel

Kildalkey GAA

gaa crest



Latest News

Popular