Parts of a River The children really enjoyed learning about the various parts of the river. They had fun drawing and labelling their own river diagrams. They enjoyed learning more about Bradán’s journey as she travelled towards the river estuary.
The children completed some lovely summary posters of Lesson Seven in the Something Fishy Project while working remotely and independently via Distance Learning. Enjoy their creativity.
Hi, We had a few problems uploading yesterday. We hope to have success today. We forgot to say that we are pupils attending 3rd, 4th and 5th class. We have no sixth class this year. We hope you like our
Lesson 7- Delicious & Nutritious There are 3 types of fish: Oily, White and Shellfish. Oily: Salmon, Trout, Herring White: Cod, Haddock, Plaice Shellfish: Lobster, Prawn, Crab Fish provide us with protein, vitamins and minerals. Lesson 8- Angling
Here is a picture of our “Underwater” themed Reading Area. We like to “Dive into a Good Book” in here!!
Salmon comes from spawn/eggs. A female returns to her river of birth to lay her eggs. She covers these in a mound of gravel. This mound is called a Redd. The eggs then turn into an alevin. As a salmon
Water comes in 3 different forms: Liquid, Solid and Gas. There are 2 types of water in the world; freshwater and saltwater. It is important that we conserve water where possible. We can do this by: Limit the length of
What is a Fish? A fish is a cold-blooded vertebrate with gills and fins that always lives and breathes in water. Fish were the first animals to have backbones. Animals with backbones are called vertebrates. Animals are classified into groups:
Sixth Class learned about the dangers to a Parrs growth and the importance of good river management. We created Aboriginal fish!!
Haigh , Bhíomar an ghnóthach le tamaill ag obair ar ” Something Fishy”. We have been very busy working on ” Something Fishy”. Just to say the posts on the blog are really lovely. Well done everybody. Just to say