We are really enjoying learning all about water, the water cycle and conservation. We had great fun camouflaging our creatures!
We had great fun designing and making a spit as a prop for our group performances of An Bradán Feasa An Bradán Feasa IMG_6154 The famous legend of the Salmon of Knowledge was our focus for lessons in History, Gaeilge,
Bhíomar ag léamh An Bradán Feasa agus ag déanamh obair scríofa agus ealaín bunaithe air le cúpla seachtain anuas
We created mind maps to share what we learnt about vertebrates. We love learning about living things! We also brainstormed water words and made a poster for our school noticeboard. Then we wrote acrostic water poems. Water Poem 1
The senior children in Masterson N.S. really enjoyed learning about The Water Cycle. We used the kettle to do the condensation experiment. We were amazed to see the steam turn into water droplets so quickly! Condensation Experiment We also
Following our lesson we discussed aboriginal fish and how they needed water to stay alive.
One of our pupils, Sabine, created a beautiful project on different types of fish. Well done Sabine!
We loved learning about Aboriginal art and made some beautiful aboriginal fish. Here are some examples!
We had a great time making our own landslides with natural items gathered in our school yard. Now we really understand the importance of vegetation on the river bank.
We really enjoyed conducting the above experiment in our outdoor classroom. We were very surprised by the findings!