The pupils in 4th class put their imaginations and artistic skills to the test this week to design and create these amazing Maori Masks.
The Maori people are native to New Zealand. Maori masks were usually carved from one piece of light, softwood to honour their ancestors. Why not see what other interesting facts you can find out about the Maori people?
The Irish programme we use in school is now available to use online for free while schools remain closed. This would be a great way to keep practicing simple Irish with your child.
Here are the instructions to access Béal Beo,
Click “Login” and use the following details to login:
Select “Béal Beo 4” for 4th class.
Pupils in 4th class continued with their mini projects this week, we are so impressed with their creativity and the ideas they have come up with.
Have a look at this mini Lego movie one of the boys in 4th class made….amazing work!
Mrs. McGovern set the children in 4th class with the task of creating a mini project on a topic of their choice, here we have a baking project and the end result – COOKIES – they look yummy!
Check out these fantastic summer paintings and drawings by our budding artists in 4th class. Well done boys and girls they are brilliant, very creative!
Next up, we have some more wonderful pictures of the volcanoes they were building, these look like great fun!
All our pupils should try to read everyday while at home from school, find something that interests you and get reading!
It can be a book, instructions, recipes, fact books, whatever interests you!
Here is a fun reading website, for all ages, with games, videos and lots of suitable reading material.
Follow the link, https://readingeggs.co.uk/
Here is a link to a nice, simple story that might help at this time.
Click the following link, AnaGomezbook
4th class got really creative whilst learning about volcanoes. Have a look at some of the photos below that show the fantastic volcanoes they built!
The children used lots of recyclable materials, paper and card to build their volcanoes.
Then came the science….pupils used baking soda, washing up liquid and vinegar to make their volcanoes explode!
Well done 4th class!