- Copy out the list containing the <i> sound (icy, icon, diet, child, idea, wild, behind, spider, pirate, diary, Viking, horizon, phial, quiet, gigantic, diagonal, microphone, hibernate). Break the words up into syllables. e.g final = fi/nal, tiger = ti/ger, microwave = mi/cro/wave etc. - 10 minutes
- Refer to page 42 in your Jolly Grammar Activity book for the <i> sound
- Reading - 10 minutes
Mental Maths Week 26 Page 78 Thursday
Tables x11 Table Toppers Unit 12 pg. 23
As a revision exercise try ask your child a few questions based on “Sa Chistin” and “Sa Seomra Codlata”.
Ask them where a certain object is. Get them to give you a full answer, eg.
Parent: Cá bhfuil an taephota? (Where is the teapot?)
Child: Tá an taephota sa chistin (The teapot is in the kitchen)
Pick objects from Tuesday & Wednesday’s list at random and ask your child to tell you where it is, through Irish. If you are not comfortable using Irish then by all means ask them “Where is the teapot?” but your child should answer you through Irish.
Pointillism- Aboriginal art
Responding to Dreaming stories
Use a cotton bud to make some dots on black or white paper. Or use markers or crayons to make dot patterns.
Attached are some examples of what you can do.