This week, we were divided into groups to do ‘Water Cycle’ posters. The collaborative learning was wonderful and we learned so much. Some of us even added Bradán to the river!
Thugamar aghaidh ar fhínscéalta na hÉireann i rith na seachtaine mar réamhrá ar shaol ré an bhradán. Bhaineamar úsáid as mentimeter chun tobsmaointeoireacht a dhéanamh ar phríomh fhocail agus frásaí an scéil. Don obair neamhspleách, scríobhamar an scéal agus mhaisíomar
We started a marine display as part of our Something Fishy project work. This week we designed and cut out patterns of a variety of fish (not just salmon!) and we hope to create a Something Fishy display in the
Check out our oral reports below on our Something Fishy lessons. Enjoy!
Yesterday, David from “Marine Explorers Education Programme” visited us to speak about his work with the Marine Institute. His presentation touched on a lot of the content in the “Something Fishy” Programme including all about water and marine life.
We have compiled all of the “Something Fishy” resources into one book and we love completing all of the activities.
Last night, Seán (from 3rd Class) left a tap dripping. After 10 minutes, he had collected 50 ml of water. We interpreted his findings further today and the results (as follows) were quite shocking: 10 minutes = 50 ml 1
Today, we looked at the containers we had put into the freezer as part of our exploration on the expansion of water on freezing. In one container, the tinfoil lid was clearly pushed upwards by the frozen water while in
A visit to our local river to bring the classroom to life. We measured the flow of the river and the depth of the river. We felt the silt on the river bed and got a close look at the
Fifth and Sixth Class in Kilglass in N.S. busy making their river and sea inspired creatures from felt to create a lovely art project. We got a big sheet of bubble wrap and a big piece of blue