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!
Bradán Poem by niamh muprhy Caim NS had a student this week who created her own poem about Bradán, our fish and typed it for us. The poem had a lot of information that we have been learning through our
We are Scoil Mhuire Lourdes. We are doing an art activity for Something Fishy. We are so excited to be a part of your community. We are now going to send some pictures of what we have done so far.
Caim NS carried out an experiment today using gravel and both large and small stones in water. This was testing oxygen in water after carrying out lesson 3 of our program.
Caim NS have begun working on there something fishy project. We have been discussing Bradán and how fish use camouflage to protect themselves underwater from preditors. Were looking forward to learning more