The children worked in pairs to figure out this maths problem. Then they reported back to the whole class. It was very interesting to see the different ways the children figured it out.
We have been busy learning about the best growing conditions for plants and flowers. We also examined some spring flowers such as the daffodil, hyacinth, snowdrop and primrose.
The children really enjoyed our science experiment to see if the celery would turn yellow when left in a vase of water with yellow food dye (which it did!) We realised that the celery must have drank the water.
As you can see from the photos the flower hunt was very exciting. We found daffodils, hyacinths, primroses, snowdrops, bluebells and a little daisy!
Bhain na paisti taitneamh as na heachtrai i rith Seachtain na Gaeilge. Bhi siad ag labhairt Gaeilge le ceile.
Bhi sport agus spraoi ag na paisti ag an ceili mor inniu. Bhi siad ag damhsa agus ag gaire le ceile. Bhain gach duine taitneamh as an imeacht.
Through our knitting project the children were enabled to demonstrate a sense of mastery and belief in their own abilities and display learning dispositions, such as determination and perseverance.
Well done to all the children for learning this fun skill!