Hi everyone, Click on the link below for FREE access to EBooks for Accelerated Reader https://readon.myon.co.uk/library/browse.html NWMM ANSWERS PG 85 PROBLEMS 250k/h Beginning with shortest: Conor,Luke, Liam, Ian 1/3 18/60= 3/10 4 6 35 scalene
TIME WORKSHEET
USE YOUR 'CHEAT TRIANGLE' FOR ALL OF NUMBER 1 1A 567KM 1B 4HOURS 1C 402 KM 1D 68 KM/HR 1A 265.5 KM 1B 2.5HOURS 1C 58 KM/HR 1D 3.5 HOURS 2A 231KM IN 3.5 HOURS 2B 390.5KM IN 5.5 HOURS 3A 172.5KM AT 69KM/HR 3B 270KM AT 72KM/HR 4A 2 3/4 AT 72KM/HR 4B 2HOURS 50MINS AT 66KM/HR 5 6.10PM 6 65KM 7 76KM/H 8 FIRSTLY, YOU MUST FIND THE TIME....SUBTRACT THE TIMES!!!! 80KM/HR 9 11 HOURS 33 MINUTES
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Rules and Properties Worksheet * For some questions, I will answer every second question......please correct same * 1a 55,66,77 1c 43,52,61 1e 57,70,83 2a 23, 33, 45 2c 31, 63, 127 2e 82,73, 62 3a 32, 64, 128 3b 146, 292, 584, 3c 8.25, 9.95, 11.65 3d 77.45, 74.5, 71.6 4a 5:10, 6:12, 7:14 4b 32:15, 64:18 4c 32:48, 64:96 4d 80:64 , 160:128 5a 53,89 5b 23, 32, 5c 81, 729 5d 16, 4 6a 277 6b 241 6c 319 6d 171 6e 269 6f 147 7a 72 7b 114 7c 11 7d 9.77 7e 903.2 7f 3,69 8 34x9+26= 332 9 19 x 7  28= 105 10 36+ 270/6 = 81 11 472/8 27= 32 12 17 + 28x 9= 269 at first!! Hi all, May 11th May 15th , 2020 
PROBLEM SOLVING PG 79
 FRIDAY Pg 79

MONDAY PG 80
WEDNESDAY PG 81
 TUESDAY PG 80
THURSDAY PG 81

1a centre
1b circumference
1c radius
1d diameter
1e arc
2a one
2b INFINITE
2C INFINITE
2D DIAMETER
3 and 4.
All of your answers should have been approximately. The word approximately is very important here as you would require an instrument called a ROLSON DIGITAL CALIPER to measure circumference accurately. Make sure that you view the circle pdf file above!!
5a 9cm
5b 13.5cm
5c 20.7cm
5d 6m
5e 7.5m
6a 4cm
6b 6cm
6c 19cm approx.
6d 4m approx.
6e 9m approx.
7A 24
7B 21
7C 47.4
7D 18
7E 27
8A 2.5
8B 4
8C 6
8D 3
8E 8
1b circumference
1c radius
1d diameter
1e arc
2a one
2b INFINITE
2C INFINITE
2D DIAMETER
3 and 4.
All of your answers should have been approximately. The word approximately is very important here as you would require an instrument called a ROLSON DIGITAL CALIPER to measure circumference accurately. Make sure that you view the circle pdf file above!!
5a 9cm
5b 13.5cm
5c 20.7cm
5d 6m
5e 7.5m
6a 4cm
6b 6cm
6c 19cm approx.
6d 4m approx.
6e 9m approx.
7A 24
7B 21
7C 47.4
7D 18
7E 27
8A 2.5
8B 4
8C 6
8D 3
8E 8
May 5th May 8th , 2020
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Zoom Friday morning at 10.15am and 11.45am. Emails will be sent to parents as usual.
For "Creative Corner" all students are asked to design and make a rainbow, either one per family or one per student. It can be big or small you choose.. a photo of family or child holding their pictures can be sent to msdowling20@gmail.com as she will be doing a PowerPoint presentation of all the pics. This is to show our appreciation for the hard work of our frontline workers. SO COME ON CARRIGEEN N.S. !!! LETS PUT SOME COLOUR INTO THE HEARTS OF THESE AMAZING PEOPLE.
Marie
Marie
NWMM Pg 77 Tuesday
NWMM Pg 78 Thursday
 NWMM Pg 78 Wednesday

Fractions,decimals and percentages 3 ContinuedPg 47 Answers
6. €380
7. 12 1/2 %........REMEMBER THE 3 STEPS!!! Look back on last weeks worklist
8. 15%............................Here you can skip step one.... find the fraction straight away..... 63 out of 420 was the discount....now you have your fraction......63/420...simplify it!
9. 20%
10. 28%
6. €380
7. 12 1/2 %........REMEMBER THE 3 STEPS!!! Look back on last weeks worklist
8. 15%............................Here you can skip step one.... find the fraction straight away..... 63 out of 420 was the discount....now you have your fraction......63/420...simplify it!
9. 20%
10. 28%
Find a physical activity that is FUN this week....
Find your strength......
Search for it and enjoy being active..................
April 27th 1st May, 2020
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Hi everyone,
I hope you're all keeping well. I am really enjoying seeing some of your work. The samples are great to see!
This week is ActiveHomeWeek so.........
Keep an eye on our Twitter https://twitter.com/CarrigeenNS?s=09 for some county stars GAA challenges organised especially for our students by Ms. L Phelan.
There will be many other sporting challenges also!!. Some staff and teachers will also try the daily challenges. Entertainment promised!!
God bless and stay safe from all at Carrigeen NS.
I hope you're all keeping well. I am really enjoying seeing some of your work. The samples are great to see!
This week is ActiveHomeWeek so.........
Keep an eye on our Twitter https://twitter.com/CarrigeenNS?s=09 for some county stars GAA challenges organised especially for our students by Ms. L Phelan.
There will be many other sporting challenges also!!. Some staff and teachers will also try the daily challenges. Entertainment promised!!
God bless and stay safe from all at Carrigeen NS.
IMPORTANT
Please note that your Maths Sheet for this week is PAGE 48, Fractions Decimals Percentages 3. The worklist says Pg 40.....please ignore this mistake
Fractions,decimals and percentages 3 ContinuedPg 47 Answers
Fractions,decimals and percentages 3Pg 48 Answers
Decimals Revision Sheet Answers from last Friday EVEN NUMBERS IN PROBLEMS
2. €19.50
4 516KG
6 1946
8. 63.1
10. 21. 12
12. €510
 25%
 18/60 = 3/10= 30%
 Find 35% of €260 and add it to 260....Answer= €351
 15%
 Find 3/8 of 152 and subtract it!!!...........Answer= €95
Fractions,decimals and percentages 3Pg 48 Answers
 207
 154
 €14.45
 €184 plus 10% of 184 = €202.40
 €556
 €493
 €1792 plus 1/8 of 1792= €2016
 USE THE STRATEGY ON WORKLIST SHEET!!!!!!! Profit= €18, Fraction Profit= €18/90....now you have a fraction of 18/90 ......simplify it.......1/5.......= 20%.....so answer =20%
 25%
 €442
 30%
 20%
 €504
 €396
 €465...because €372 was a loss price!!! So 372= 80% and not 100%........372=3/4.......so divide by 3 and multiply by 4
 €784...same as above.......784= 7/8 because 1/8 was taken off the original price.
 7,900.....because 8295 = 105% .....in other words 8295 people includes the 5% or 1/20 increase!!!! 8295= 21/20....... divide by 21 and multiply by 20
 33 and 1/3 %.......160/480......simplify it down....gives you 1/3.....the customer got 1/3 taken off the bill.......which is 33 1/3%
 First of all, find the euro increase....it is €45!! So to find a % we must first find a fraction.......45 out of 375 = 45/375.......simplify it 3/25........1/25=4%......so 3 of them= 12%...
 62 1/2 % = 5/8...this is the key here!!! So €2520 is = 5/8 .....because it says it in the question!!! We are told twice that he puts an amount into the Credit Union!!...firstly it says 62.5% in the account and secondly it says €2520 in the account...so we know that they are the same thing!!!.....all the raffle prize is 8/8 so we divide €2520 by 5 to find 1/8....multiply by 8 to get all or 8/8.............Answer = €4032
Decimals Revision Sheet Answers from last Friday EVEN NUMBERS IN PROBLEMS
2. €19.50
4 516KG
6 1946
8. 63.1
10. 21. 12
12. €510
Hi everyone,
I would love to see some of your work each day. Feel free (no pressure) to ask your parents to email me some photos of work samples e.g Easter Test or work from your hardback and I will email back some feedback regarding your fantastic efforts!!!
Take care and stay active!!!
Mr.Aylward
April 20th 24th, 2020
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New Wave Mental Maths Answers
THURSDAY, Pg 72
FRIDAY REVIEW, Pg 73
 PROBLEM SOLVING, Pg 73 Monday 1. 20 and 40 2. 60 Tuesday 1. A 2. B Wednesday 1. 40 2. 80 Thursday 1. Each movement e.g. 23 or 78 is equal to 30 degrees.....10 movements x 30 = 300 2. 12 minutes....Note that there are 5 sections!!!!! 60 divided by 5=12 MONDAY , Pg 74

ANSWERS FOR Weekly Maths Worksheet
Topic Money
ANSWERS WILL BE POSTED AT END OF EACH DAY
Topic Money
 88c
 €2.38
 €32.67
 €64.21 and (b) €35.79
 €108
 €324
 €207
 €576
 €724.50
 N/A
 €1028 . 50
 €1044 = 120% ....€1044 = 6/5 (SIX FIFTHS)...... SO, divide by 6 and multiply by 5 to find 100% .....this is the original price before the VAT was added. Remember, all items had a price before VAT was added. VAT is a tax! The answer is €870
 €349.44
 €1006.72
 €954
 €959.40
ANSWERS WILL BE POSTED AT END OF EACH DAY
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Hi boys and girls,
I want to compliment you all at this stage for your dedication to making the best out of this really 'unusual' situation. Sitting in class 3/4 weeks ago, possibly feeling sorry for ourselves that we had just missed the ESB science blast exhibition I wonder how many of us would have predicted that you would be reading a daily class blog this morning!!!!!
But as we often speak about in class, we can choose to be 'Glass Half Full'.......we can choose to try and find some silver lining in this dark cloud that is currently passing over us. This outlook or way of thinking must seem very hard for people who are losing their jobs, sick or possibly losing loved ones. Luckily for me, I can only imagine and try to empathise with those who are feeling this hardest.
To any of you whose parents are working as nurses or doctors or anybody who must continue to work at this time, make sure you support them and care for them look after them with great kindness just as they do for you.
But Easter brings great hope.....so for the next 2 weeks let's rediscover the things that bring us real joy, peace and happiness.
NOT ONLY TO YOU BUT ALSO YOUR LOVED ONES......Maybe your Mam or Dad could do with some help, maybe your younger sibling would enjoy or need a book read to them.
You are all wonderful young people with a fabulous attitude. You have been so cooperative during our Zoom sessions and have helped yourselves. I am very proud of you all. Have a wonderful Easter. I am already looking forward to my dark chocolate.
Bain taitneamh as an Saoire Cháisc.
Mr.Aylward
P.S.
Happy Birthday to you
Happy Birthday to you
Happy Birthday dear Oisín
Happy Birthday to youuuuuuu!!!!!
I want to compliment you all at this stage for your dedication to making the best out of this really 'unusual' situation. Sitting in class 3/4 weeks ago, possibly feeling sorry for ourselves that we had just missed the ESB science blast exhibition I wonder how many of us would have predicted that you would be reading a daily class blog this morning!!!!!
But as we often speak about in class, we can choose to be 'Glass Half Full'.......we can choose to try and find some silver lining in this dark cloud that is currently passing over us. This outlook or way of thinking must seem very hard for people who are losing their jobs, sick or possibly losing loved ones. Luckily for me, I can only imagine and try to empathise with those who are feeling this hardest.
To any of you whose parents are working as nurses or doctors or anybody who must continue to work at this time, make sure you support them and care for them look after them with great kindness just as they do for you.
But Easter brings great hope.....so for the next 2 weeks let's rediscover the things that bring us real joy, peace and happiness.
NOT ONLY TO YOU BUT ALSO YOUR LOVED ONES......Maybe your Mam or Dad could do with some help, maybe your younger sibling would enjoy or need a book read to them.
You are all wonderful young people with a fabulous attitude. You have been so cooperative during our Zoom sessions and have helped yourselves. I am very proud of you all. Have a wonderful Easter. I am already looking forward to my dark chocolate.
Bain taitneamh as an Saoire Cháisc.
Mr.Aylward
P.S.
Happy Birthday to you
Happy Birthday to you
Happy Birthday dear Oisín
Happy Birthday to youuuuuuu!!!!!
Friday, 3rd April
1. English Writing Begin with some Free Writing today
Genre Narrative.....in the past tense
Time 3040 minutes
Where On blank A4 pages....unruled !
Spelling Do not worry!! Just enjoy the writing and I would encourage you to put it in a sealed envelope and title the envelope when you are done. Maybe you could reopen it in years to come. A little piece of History!!!
Title ' Friday, 13th MarchThe day the world hit the pause button'
Prompts How you felt on that day, concerns, how it developed each day/week, main memories over the past few weeks, up to this morning, your worries, your HOPES!!
Genre Narrative.....in the past tense
Time 3040 minutes
Where On blank A4 pages....unruled !
Spelling Do not worry!! Just enjoy the writing and I would encourage you to put it in a sealed envelope and title the envelope when you are done. Maybe you could reopen it in years to come. A little piece of History!!!
Title ' Friday, 13th MarchThe day the world hit the pause button'
Prompts How you felt on that day, concerns, how it developed each day/week, main memories over the past few weeks, up to this morning, your worries, your HOPES!!
2. English Reading Continue with some reading today.
If anybody cannot access their A.R, it is very important that you ask a parent to contact me for your details.
Accelerated Reader Sit back and relax with your book today Do at least one 40 minute session
Accelerated Reader Article 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
If anybody cannot access their A.R, it is very important that you ask a parent to contact me for your details.
Accelerated Reader Sit back and relax with your book today Do at least one 40 minute session
Accelerated Reader Article 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
3. Maths EASTER TEST Try your best
The link to the test is below. I will go through it in the zoom session. DO NOT start it until after the zoom session. I will tell you which parts to do and which are calculator checks.
If you cannot print it out, simply split a page into 8 and do 8 sums per page. Keep the pages safe because......we will correct it on the Monday after Easter.
The link to the test is below. I will go through it in the zoom session. DO NOT start it until after the zoom session. I will tell you which parts to do and which are calculator checks.
If you cannot print it out, simply split a page into 8 and do 8 sums per page. Keep the pages safe because......we will correct it on the Monday after Easter.
4. Gaeilge Click on the button
FINISH TRANSLATION FOR TODAY Check archives please.
It is a competition which will run until Friday. See who can translate as close to my solution. Use a foclóir. Please do not use any google translate as I have the match : )
FINISH TRANSLATION FOR TODAY Check archives please.
It is a competition which will run until Friday. See who can translate as close to my solution. Use a foclóir. Please do not use any google translate as I have the match : )
5. Easter 1916 Rising Our National Flag
Informative PowerPoint based on the Irish National Flag and the role it played in the 1916 Rising.
Read the powerpoint.
A nice follow up activity if you have time below.
1. On an A4 page, draw and colour your own Brat na hÉirenn. It can be A4 or A3 in size.
2. Create 68 facts from the powerpoint. Each fact on a small piece of paper.
3. Write it in pen.
4. Each fact can then be given that 'historical' look again using the 'Tay Bags'!
5. Glue them on your flag.
6. There you goa wonderful visual display of your knowledge of YOUR TRICOLOUR
Informative PowerPoint based on the Irish National Flag and the role it played in the 1916 Rising.
Read the powerpoint.
A nice follow up activity if you have time below.
1. On an A4 page, draw and colour your own Brat na hÉirenn. It can be A4 or A3 in size.
2. Create 68 facts from the powerpoint. Each fact on a small piece of paper.
3. Write it in pen.
4. Each fact can then be given that 'historical' look again using the 'Tay Bags'!
5. Glue them on your flag.
6. There you goa wonderful visual display of your knowledge of YOUR TRICOLOUR
And finally............................
Art and Creation Competition DEADLINE FRIDAY, 17th April
The title is 'All Things Easter'
FIRST PRIZE €30
SECOND and THIRD €10 each
to be lodged to a parent's bank account following judging. ! !
The title is 'All Things Easter'
It can be a poster, a decoration for your house, a collage similar to our Christmas collage, Easter eggs, Easter 1916 Rising Collage, Stations of the cross, the list is endless.....you can do anything you want as long as you think it is connected with Easter in some way......It could be baking or a drama...or a song....a poem!!!!!!
Your parents only can email a photo of your finished piece to carrigeen.scoil@gmail.com before 3pm on Friday, 17th April
The title is 'All Things Easter'
FIRST PRIZE €30
SECOND and THIRD €10 each
to be lodged to a parent's bank account following judging. ! !
The title is 'All Things Easter'
It can be a poster, a decoration for your house, a collage similar to our Christmas collage, Easter eggs, Easter 1916 Rising Collage, Stations of the cross, the list is endless.....you can do anything you want as long as you think it is connected with Easter in some way......It could be baking or a drama...or a song....a poem!!!!!!
Your parents only can email a photo of your finished piece to carrigeen.scoil@gmail.com before 3pm on Friday, 17th April
Thursday, 2nd April
**NO ZOOM TODAY and remember that if you need to check back for an old link to a file or worksheet, just go to the archives on the blog page**
Remember Eat healthy, take your breaks outside, have some fun, limit screen time. Get outdoors and enjoy life. Don't be a slave to technology.
Work hard at your small bit of work Get outside and play even harder!
Take care.
Mr.Aylward
Work hard at your small bit of work Get outside and play even harder!
Take care.
Mr.Aylward
Answers to today's Problems and Brainteasers
Problem 1 Can you get it? Answer is 93.
Flower+flower+flower=24
24÷3=8
Flower=8
Teddy with bow+teddy with bow+8=26
268=18
18÷2=9
Teddy with bow=9
Bow+9+8=21
2189=4
Bow=4
94=5
Teddy=5
8 + (17×5)
(4+4 + (5+4+8 × 5)
{Bow+bow + (teddy with bow and flower × teddy} = 93
Problem 2 Now try this one!! Answer is 23! See below.
3 six sided stars= 18
SO a six sided star = 6
2 four sided blades + 6 =14
SO four sided blade = 4
2 clocks @ 3pm 4 =2
SO clock @ 3pm = 3
3 sided blade is 3/4 of a 4 sided blade
SO 3 sided blade = 3
3pm clock =3 SO 2pm clock =2
6 sided star= 6 SO 5 sided star =5
To finish....SEE LAST LINE.....
Multiplication must be done first SO (2X 10) + 3 =23
Maths Problems Number 9,11,16.
9 : 3:1
11 : 1000, 1500, 2500 Must be in right order
16 : 500, 750, 1000
Know Your Ireland Answers
Know your Ireland
1 Athy
2 : Castleisland
3 : Tramore
4 : Gorey
5 : Nenagh
6 : Mallow
7 : Longford
8 : Swords
Flower+flower+flower=24
24÷3=8
Flower=8
Teddy with bow+teddy with bow+8=26
268=18
18÷2=9
Teddy with bow=9
Bow+9+8=21
2189=4
Bow=4
94=5
Teddy=5
8 + (17×5)
(4+4 + (5+4+8 × 5)
{Bow+bow + (teddy with bow and flower × teddy} = 93
Problem 2 Now try this one!! Answer is 23! See below.
3 six sided stars= 18
SO a six sided star = 6
2 four sided blades + 6 =14
SO four sided blade = 4
2 clocks @ 3pm 4 =2
SO clock @ 3pm = 3
3 sided blade is 3/4 of a 4 sided blade
SO 3 sided blade = 3
3pm clock =3 SO 2pm clock =2
6 sided star= 6 SO 5 sided star =5
To finish....SEE LAST LINE.....
Multiplication must be done first SO (2X 10) + 3 =23
Maths Problems Number 9,11,16.
9 : 3:1
11 : 1000, 1500, 2500 Must be in right order
16 : 500, 750, 1000
Know Your Ireland Answers
Know your Ireland
1 Athy
2 : Castleisland
3 : Tramore
4 : Gorey
5 : Nenagh
6 : Mallow
7 : Longford
8 : Swords
1. WARM UP Problem of the day...Click on Yellow Button
Who will be first today!!!!?????
You must post your process today in order for answer to be accepted ! ! !
Who will be first today!!!!?????
You must post your process today in order for answer to be accepted ! ! !
This one below will be a serious test!!!!
2. English Reading
Please post the following on the blog today
1. Your Acc. Reader Article
2. Your main book title and the page you started on
Accelerated Reader Sit back and relax with your book today Do one 40 minute sessions
Accelerated Reader Article 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
Please post the following on the blog today
1. Your Acc. Reader Article
2. Your main book title and the page you started on
Accelerated Reader Sit back and relax with your book today Do one 40 minute sessions
Accelerated Reader Article 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
3. Maths
a. New Wave Mental Maths Wednesday Page 72 Test
b. Correct Tuesday on Pg 71
c. Do Number 9, 11 and 16 from yesterday's problems link
a. New Wave Mental Maths Wednesday Page 72 Test
b. Correct Tuesday on Pg 71
c. Do Number 9, 11 and 16 from yesterday's problems link
4. Mangahigh Assignments Try to improve your medal rating before tomorrow.
LOGIN to your Mangahigh and complete any remaining assignments
Information about Ratio **********
A ratio is a way to show a relationship or compare two numbers of the same kind.
We use ratios to compare things of the same type. For example, we may use a ratio to compare the number of boys to the number of girls in your class room. Another example would be to compare the number of peanuts to the number of total nuts in a jar of mixed nuts.
There are different ways we use to write ratios, and they all mean the same thing. Here are some of the ways you can write the ratios for the numbers of B (Boys) and G (Girls):
the ratio of B to G
B is to G
B:G
Note that when writing the ratio you place the first term first. This seems obvious, but when you see the question or ratio written as "the ratio of B to G" then you write the ratio B:G. If the ratio was written "the ratio of G to B" then you would write it as G:B
Also, you could compare a mixed bag of 20 fruit as follows:
If it contained 10 apples, 5 oranges, 3 bananas and 2 kiwis then the ratio is.....
10:5:3:2
LOGIN to your Mangahigh and complete any remaining assignments
Information about Ratio **********
A ratio is a way to show a relationship or compare two numbers of the same kind.
We use ratios to compare things of the same type. For example, we may use a ratio to compare the number of boys to the number of girls in your class room. Another example would be to compare the number of peanuts to the number of total nuts in a jar of mixed nuts.
There are different ways we use to write ratios, and they all mean the same thing. Here are some of the ways you can write the ratios for the numbers of B (Boys) and G (Girls):
the ratio of B to G
B is to G
B:G
Note that when writing the ratio you place the first term first. This seems obvious, but when you see the question or ratio written as "the ratio of B to G" then you write the ratio B:G. If the ratio was written "the ratio of G to B" then you would write it as G:B
Also, you could compare a mixed bag of 20 fruit as follows:
If it contained 10 apples, 5 oranges, 3 bananas and 2 kiwis then the ratio is.....
10:5:3:2
5. Gaeilge Click on the button
FINISH TRANSLATION FOR FRIDAY Check archives please.
It is a competition which will run until Friday. See who can translate as close to my solution. Use a foclóir. Please do not use any google translate as I have the match : )
FINISH TRANSLATION FOR FRIDAY Check archives please.
It is a competition which will run until Friday. See who can translate as close to my solution. Use a foclóir. Please do not use any google translate as I have the match : )
6. Spellwell UNIT 27
Box 95 and 96 and finish activities
Box 95 and 96 and finish activities
 LOOK at all the words in LIST 95 and 96 ONLY. Read and look up meaning, if necessary.
 Construct a random nonsense sentence in your mind for each of the 7 words. You can put up to 3 words in 1 sentence! !
 SAY it 3 times quietly to yourself.. COVER THE BOOK. Now WRITE the sentence down
 Highlight the word.
 Now CHECK your words using the book.
 Don't forget to correct/fix any errors using a red pen only!!
7. Know Your Ireland
Use your atlas to find the following 8 Irish towns (within 32 counties). I have only given a cryptic clue and one bordering county. I would like everyone to post to the blog.
Now make up 3 of your own. Pair up with a friend on the blog and swap questions and wait for a reply!!
e.g. Noah's one was not high bordering Dublin = ARK LOW
1. A part of the leg bordering Dublin
2. A stone fortress and surrounded by water bordering Cork
3. Gaeilge is big beach bordering Kilkenny.
4. Blood and guts bordering Wicklow.
5. Sirens say this bordering Galway
6. Add to Marsh and it is very sweet and tasty bordering Kerry
7. Not short and a make of car bordering Roscommon
8. Very sharp weapons bordering Meath
Use your atlas to find the following 8 Irish towns (within 32 counties). I have only given a cryptic clue and one bordering county. I would like everyone to post to the blog.
Now make up 3 of your own. Pair up with a friend on the blog and swap questions and wait for a reply!!
e.g. Noah's one was not high bordering Dublin = ARK LOW
1. A part of the leg bordering Dublin
2. A stone fortress and surrounded by water bordering Cork
3. Gaeilge is big beach bordering Kilkenny.
4. Blood and guts bordering Wicklow.
5. Sirens say this bordering Galway
6. Add to Marsh and it is very sweet and tasty bordering Kerry
7. Not short and a make of car bordering Roscommon
8. Very sharp weapons bordering Meath
Wednesday, 1st April
Remember Eat healthy, take your breaks outside, have some fun, limit screen time. Get outdoors and enjoy life. Don't be a slave to technology.
Work hard at your small bit of work Get outside and play even harder!
Take care.
Mr.Aylward
A nice photo below to start your day. A 95 yr old Gran from Modena in Italy. The first recovered COVID19 patient in the province of Modena (Italy), a 95 yr old grandmother .....Wooohoooooo... God bless our healthcare workers!!!
Work hard at your small bit of work Get outside and play even harder!
Take care.
Mr.Aylward
A nice photo below to start your day. A 95 yr old Gran from Modena in Italy. The first recovered COVID19 patient in the province of Modena (Italy), a 95 yr old grandmother .....Wooohoooooo... God bless our healthcare workers!!!
Problems of the day...Click on Yellow Button but only do 2, 8, 10 and 15
You must post your answers today on our blog.!
You must post your answers today on our blog.!
Make and Do Music This is completely optional.....
Here is a really nice MAKE and DO Music activity!!!! Have fun but remember, ask a parent/minder to organise the can for you.
https://static.rasset.ie/documents/learn/2020/03/enworksheet56musictues31.pdf
Here is a really nice MAKE and DO Music activity!!!! Have fun but remember, ask a parent/minder to organise the can for you.
https://static.rasset.ie/documents/learn/2020/03/enworksheet56musictues31.pdf
Gaeilge Click on the button
THIS IS FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK. Take your time. I am suggesting a paragraph per day.
It is a competition which will run until Friday. See who can translate as close to my solution. Use a foclóir. Please do not use any google translate as I have the match : )
THIS IS FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK. Take your time. I am suggesting a paragraph per day.
It is a competition which will run until Friday. See who can translate as close to my solution. Use a foclóir. Please do not use any google translate as I have the match : )
HISTORY INCLUDING ART !!!!! Follow these instructions please
1. Read the file below.
2. On an A4 page, transcribe(write out) the national anthem (as Gaeilge) in your BEST writing. Perhaps you could also give it the old manuscript effect with some tea bags. Make sure Be careful that you do not drench it.
3 On a separate page, draw 6 mini flags but do not colour them yet.
4.Write one fact about our national anthem on each flag.
5. Now colour each flag. Use rich colours.
6. cUT OUT the FACT flags and attach to your A4 page with Amhrán na bhFiann.
Quiz your family at home maybe over dinner with DO YOU KNOW WHO or WHEN WAS questions from what you have learned. Don't embarrass anyone and just have a bit of fun. Instill some Irish pride into your house this Easter.
1. Read the file below.
2. On an A4 page, transcribe(write out) the national anthem (as Gaeilge) in your BEST writing. Perhaps you could also give it the old manuscript effect with some tea bags. Make sure Be careful that you do not drench it.
3 On a separate page, draw 6 mini flags but do not colour them yet.
4.Write one fact about our national anthem on each flag.
5. Now colour each flag. Use rich colours.
6. cUT OUT the FACT flags and attach to your A4 page with Amhrán na bhFiann.
Quiz your family at home maybe over dinner with DO YOU KNOW WHO or WHEN WAS questions from what you have learned. Don't embarrass anyone and just have a bit of fun. Instill some Irish pride into your house this Easter.
Art and Creation Competition DEADLINE FRIDAY
The title is 'All Things Easter'
FIRST PRIZE €30
SECOND and THIRD €10 each
to be lodged to a parent's bank account following judging. ! !
The title is 'All Things Easter'
It can be a poster, a decoration for your house, a collage similar to our Christmas collage, Easter eggs, Easter 1916 Rising Collage, Stations of the cross, the list is endless.....you can do anything you want as long as you think it is connected with Easter in some way......It could be baking or a drama...or a song....a poem!!!!!!
Your parents only can email a photo of your finished piece to carrigeen.scoil@gmail.com before 3pm on Friday
The title is 'All Things Easter'
FIRST PRIZE €30
SECOND and THIRD €10 each
to be lodged to a parent's bank account following judging. ! !
The title is 'All Things Easter'
It can be a poster, a decoration for your house, a collage similar to our Christmas collage, Easter eggs, Easter 1916 Rising Collage, Stations of the cross, the list is endless.....you can do anything you want as long as you think it is connected with Easter in some way......It could be baking or a drama...or a song....a poem!!!!!!
Your parents only can email a photo of your finished piece to carrigeen.scoil@gmail.com before 3pm on Friday
Tuesday, 31st March
Well done to Alex who camposed 3 questions closest to my own regarding yesterday's information on 1016 Rising.
https://twitter.com/CarrigeenNS/status/1244725093596618752
Take your pick from today's work.....Some will stay up for the week. Few competitions thrown in too.
Remember Eat healthy, take your breaks outside, have some fun, limit screen time,
Take care.
Mr.Aylward
https://twitter.com/CarrigeenNS/status/1244725093596618752
Take your pick from today's work.....Some will stay up for the week. Few competitions thrown in too.
Remember Eat healthy, take your breaks outside, have some fun, limit screen time,
Take care.
Mr.Aylward
WARM UP Problem of the day...Click on Yellow Button
Who will be first today!!!!?????
You must post your process today in order for answer to be accepted ! ! !
Who will be first today!!!!?????
You must post your process today in order for answer to be accepted ! ! !
English Reading
Please post the following on the blog today
1. Your Acc. Reader Article
2. Your main book title and the page you started on
Accelerated Reader Sit back and relax with your book today Do two 30 minute sessions
Accelerated Reader Article 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
Please post the following on the blog today
1. Your Acc. Reader Article
2. Your main book title and the page you started on
Accelerated Reader Sit back and relax with your book today Do two 30 minute sessions
Accelerated Reader Article 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
New Wave Mental Maths
No New Wave Mental Maths today ! ! !
No New Wave Mental Maths today ! ! !
Mangahigh Assignments Try to improve your medal rating
LOGIN to your Mangahigh and complete one Assignment....You should start with simplifying fractions.
Information about Ratio **********
A ratio is a way to show a relationship or compare two numbers of the same kind.
We use ratios to compare things of the same type. For example, we may use a ratio to compare the number of boys to the number of girls in your class room. Another example would be to compare the number of peanuts to the number of total nuts in a jar of mixed nuts.
There are different ways we use to write ratios, and they all mean the same thing. Here are some of the ways you can write the ratios for the numbers of B (Boys) and G (Girls):
the ratio of B to G
B is to G
B:G
Note that when writing the ratio you place the first term first. This seems obvious, but when you see the question or ratio written as "the ratio of B to G" then you write the ratio B:G. If the ratio was written "the ratio of G to B" then you would write it as G:B
Also, you could compare a mixed bag of 20 fruit as follows:
If it contained 10 apples, 5 oranges, 3 bananas and 2 kiwis then the ratio is.....
10:5:3:2
LOGIN to your Mangahigh and complete one Assignment....You should start with simplifying fractions.
Information about Ratio **********
A ratio is a way to show a relationship or compare two numbers of the same kind.
We use ratios to compare things of the same type. For example, we may use a ratio to compare the number of boys to the number of girls in your class room. Another example would be to compare the number of peanuts to the number of total nuts in a jar of mixed nuts.
There are different ways we use to write ratios, and they all mean the same thing. Here are some of the ways you can write the ratios for the numbers of B (Boys) and G (Girls):
the ratio of B to G
B is to G
B:G
Note that when writing the ratio you place the first term first. This seems obvious, but when you see the question or ratio written as "the ratio of B to G" then you write the ratio B:G. If the ratio was written "the ratio of G to B" then you would write it as G:B
Also, you could compare a mixed bag of 20 fruit as follows:
If it contained 10 apples, 5 oranges, 3 bananas and 2 kiwis then the ratio is.....
10:5:3:2
Spellwell UNIT 27
Box 94 and ACTIVITY C for today
Box 94 and ACTIVITY C for today
 LOOK at all the words in LIST 94 ONLY. Read and look up meaning, if necessary.
 Construct a random nonsense sentence in your mind for each of the 7 words.
 SAY it 3 times quietly to yourself.. COVER THE BOOK. Now WRITE the sentence down
 Highlight the word.
 Now CHECK your words using the book.
 Don't forget to correct/fix any errors using a red pen only!!
Gaeilge Click on the button
THIS IS FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK. Take your time
It is a competition which will run until friday. See who can translate as close to my solution. Use a foclóir.
THIS IS FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK. Take your time
It is a competition which will run until friday. See who can translate as close to my solution. Use a foclóir.
TOMORROW IS ART AND HISTORY WITH 30 MINUTES READING!!!!
You can continue with your Art if you wish today.
JUST CLICK IN THE ARCHIVES
You can continue with your Art if you wish today.
JUST CLICK IN THE ARCHIVES
Hi all,
Conas atá sibh? Tá súil agam go raibh deireadh seachtaine álainn ag gach duine. My weekend brought me back to my childhood with my own children. Walked over fields that I have not trekked through since the huge snow storm of 2018. Anybody interested in reading up on it, feel free to hit the link below.
https://www.met.ie/cms/assets/uploads/2019/02/EmmaReport2019.pdf
Anyway, our walk brought all 5 of us to a part of a river flowing through the 'creek' or minivalley near the motorway where I, along with my friends, built dams, wooden huts and rafts all those years ago. Fantastic times and memories !!! No time for dams on Saturday though trying to keep Maggie out of the water was a task in itself. Make sure you all get outside and get creative when you can...It will keep your mind clear and in a healthy place.
**NO ZOOM TODAY HOPEFULLY, WE'LL BE BACK TOMORROW, TUESDAY **
I have outlined some work below. Any questions, please post a comment to the blog
Conas atá sibh? Tá súil agam go raibh deireadh seachtaine álainn ag gach duine. My weekend brought me back to my childhood with my own children. Walked over fields that I have not trekked through since the huge snow storm of 2018. Anybody interested in reading up on it, feel free to hit the link below.
https://www.met.ie/cms/assets/uploads/2019/02/EmmaReport2019.pdf
Anyway, our walk brought all 5 of us to a part of a river flowing through the 'creek' or minivalley near the motorway where I, along with my friends, built dams, wooden huts and rafts all those years ago. Fantastic times and memories !!! No time for dams on Saturday though trying to keep Maggie out of the water was a task in itself. Make sure you all get outside and get creative when you can...It will keep your mind clear and in a healthy place.
**NO ZOOM TODAY HOPEFULLY, WE'LL BE BACK TOMORROW, TUESDAY **
I have outlined some work below. Any questions, please post a comment to the blog
Monday, 30th March
WARM UP Problem of the day...Click on Yellow Button
I 'guarantee' nobody will get this!! : )
Post your answer to the blog..........
I 'guarantee' nobody will get this!! : )
Post your answer to the blog..........
New Wave Mental Maths
 Correct Pg 70 and 71 Click buttons below for Answers
 Any questions you have regarding incorrect answers must be brought up during zoom session. We will discuss them then.
 Do Tuesday test on Pg 71.
Mangahigh Assignments
LOGIN to your Mangahigh and complete one Assignment....You should start with simplifying fractions.
Information about Ratio **********
A ratio is a way to show a relationship or compare two numbers of the same kind.
We use ratios to compare things of the same type. For example, we may use a ratio to compare the number of boys to the number of girls in your class room. Another example would be to compare the number of peanuts to the number of total nuts in a jar of mixed nuts.
There are different ways we use to write ratios, and they all mean the same thing. Here are some of the ways you can write the ratios for the numbers of B (Boys) and G (Girls):
the ratio of B to G
B is to G
B:G
Note that when writing the ratio you place the first term first. This seems obvious, but when you see the question or ratio written as "the ratio of B to G" then you write the ratio B:G. If the ratio was written "the ratio of G to B" then you would write it as G:B
Also, you could compare a mixed bag of 20 fruit as follows:
If it contained 10 apples, 5 oranges, 3 bananas and 2 kiwis then the ratio is.....
10:5:3:2
LOGIN to your Mangahigh and complete one Assignment....You should start with simplifying fractions.
Information about Ratio **********
A ratio is a way to show a relationship or compare two numbers of the same kind.
We use ratios to compare things of the same type. For example, we may use a ratio to compare the number of boys to the number of girls in your class room. Another example would be to compare the number of peanuts to the number of total nuts in a jar of mixed nuts.
There are different ways we use to write ratios, and they all mean the same thing. Here are some of the ways you can write the ratios for the numbers of B (Boys) and G (Girls):
the ratio of B to G
B is to G
B:G
Note that when writing the ratio you place the first term first. This seems obvious, but when you see the question or ratio written as "the ratio of B to G" then you write the ratio B:G. If the ratio was written "the ratio of G to B" then you would write it as G:B
Also, you could compare a mixed bag of 20 fruit as follows:
If it contained 10 apples, 5 oranges, 3 bananas and 2 kiwis then the ratio is.....
10:5:3:2
Spellwell UNIT 27
Box 93 and ACTIVITIES A & B for today
Box 93 and ACTIVITIES A & B for today
 LOOK at all the words in LIST 93 ONLY. Read and look up meaning, if necessary.
 Construct a random nonsense sentence in your mind for each of the 7 words.
 SAY it 3 times quietly to yourself.. COVER THE BOOK. Now WRITE the sentence down
 Highlight the word.
 Now CHECK your words using the book.
 Don't forget to correct/fix any errors using a red pen only!!
English Reading
Accelerated Reader 40 minutes of reading every day.
Accelerated Reader Article 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
Accelerated Reader 40 minutes of reading every day.
Accelerated Reader Article 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
History 1916 Easter Rising
Each day, I will post a document to view and read. Today's one is below.
I challenge you all to post 3 questions based on the link below on the blog for me to answer. Whoever asks the 3 questions which I have written here at home wins!!! Simple! I will announce the winner on the school Twitter.
Again.....read the piece and make up 3 question.....post them on our blog in the same comment........type your 3 questions in 1 comment!!!!!!!
Each day, I will post a document to view and read. Today's one is below.
I challenge you all to post 3 questions based on the link below on the blog for me to answer. Whoever asks the 3 questions which I have written here at home wins!!! Simple! I will announce the winner on the school Twitter.
Again.....read the piece and make up 3 question.....post them on our blog in the same comment........type your 3 questions in 1 comment!!!!!!!
Art and Creation Competition DEADLINE FRIDAY
The title is 'All Things Easter'
FIRST PRIZE €30
SECOND and THIRD €10 each
to be lodged to a parent's bank account following judging. ! !
The title is 'All Things Easter'
It can be a poster, a decoration for your house, a collage similar to our Christmas collage, Easter eggs, Easter 1916 Rising Collage, Stations of the cross, the list is endless.....you can do anything you want as long as you think it is connected with Easter in some way......It could be baking or a drama...or a song....a poem!!!!!!
Your parents only can email a photo of your finished piece to carrigeen.scoil@gmail.com before 3pm on Friday
The title is 'All Things Easter'
FIRST PRIZE €30
SECOND and THIRD €10 each
to be lodged to a parent's bank account following judging. ! !
The title is 'All Things Easter'
It can be a poster, a decoration for your house, a collage similar to our Christmas collage, Easter eggs, Easter 1916 Rising Collage, Stations of the cross, the list is endless.....you can do anything you want as long as you think it is connected with Easter in some way......It could be baking or a drama...or a song....a poem!!!!!!
Your parents only can email a photo of your finished piece to carrigeen.scoil@gmail.com before 3pm on Friday
Take care,
Mr.Aylward
Mr.Aylward
Friday, 27th March
**Zoom sessions are at 9.30am and 10.05am today**
1. Maths New Wave Mental Maths Pg 71. ONLY DO ONE TEST PER DAY !!!
2.Maths Topic Completion of your Mangahigh assignments.
ALWAYS TRY EACH ASSIGNMENT ACTIVITY at least 3 times to improve your understanding and score
ALWAYS HIT THE TEACH ME BUTTON BEFORE YOU HIT PLAY
Log into https://app.mangahigh.com/engb/login and complete assignments.
Your username and password has been texted to your parents.
3. English Reading
Accelerated Reader 40 minutes of reading every day.
Accelerated Reader Article 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
4.Spellwell Week 13  24 Self assess
LOOK and Pick 4 random words/spellings from each unit from 1  12CHALLENGE YOURSELF!!
Construct a random nonsense sentence in your mind
SAY it 4 times quietly to yourself.. COVER THE BOOK. Now WRITE the sentence down
Highlight the 4 words.
Now CHECK your words using the book.
Don't forget to correct/fix any errors using a red pen only!!
4. Gaeilge
Fuaimeanna agus Focail
Lets stay on top of our verbs here!!!!
Use your verbs from to create sentences for last 8 words from Unit 30
Finish activities in workbook.
5. P.E
Get outside for 1 hour Activity of choice but please ensure you incorporate an activity that really gets the heart rate up for 15 to 20 minutes.
.e.g. 2 cones 20 metres apart.
Jog from cone A to Cone B
Sprint from cone B to Cone A
If you want to use a ball, that is okay today.
1916 Easter Rising Book collection will take place tomorrow . You will have assignments around this for next week.
Enjoy your weekend !!!!!!
2.Maths Topic Completion of your Mangahigh assignments.
ALWAYS TRY EACH ASSIGNMENT ACTIVITY at least 3 times to improve your understanding and score
ALWAYS HIT THE TEACH ME BUTTON BEFORE YOU HIT PLAY
Log into https://app.mangahigh.com/engb/login and complete assignments.
Your username and password has been texted to your parents.
3. English Reading
Accelerated Reader 40 minutes of reading every day.
Accelerated Reader Article 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
4.Spellwell Week 13  24 Self assess
LOOK and Pick 4 random words/spellings from each unit from 1  12CHALLENGE YOURSELF!!
Construct a random nonsense sentence in your mind
SAY it 4 times quietly to yourself.. COVER THE BOOK. Now WRITE the sentence down
Highlight the 4 words.
Now CHECK your words using the book.
Don't forget to correct/fix any errors using a red pen only!!
4. Gaeilge
Fuaimeanna agus Focail
Lets stay on top of our verbs here!!!!
Use your verbs from to create sentences for last 8 words from Unit 30
Finish activities in workbook.
5. P.E
Get outside for 1 hour Activity of choice but please ensure you incorporate an activity that really gets the heart rate up for 15 to 20 minutes.
.e.g. 2 cones 20 metres apart.
Jog from cone A to Cone B
Sprint from cone B to Cone A
If you want to use a ball, that is okay today.
1916 Easter Rising Book collection will take place tomorrow . You will have assignments around this for next week.
Enjoy your weekend !!!!!!
A few blog rules.....
Muinteoir Damien ; )
I will set up zoom video calls as requested by your parents if anyone needs help in a specific topic. I have emailed your parents about this.
 Get dressed and don't stay in your pyjamas!!
 I am here to help when you need help. Just ask or post a comment.
 Keep you comments helpful and encouraging
 Don't get suspended!! : )
 Look after yourselves and your family! Please do this for me!!!! We will, please God, be back before June 26th and we will have our 6th class crazy day out!!!
Muinteoir Damien ; )
I will set up zoom video calls as requested by your parents if anyone needs help in a specific topic. I have emailed your parents about this.
Remember!!!
1. Eat a healthy breakfast and lunch
2. Be the best you can be each day
3.Take your usual breaks....at a minimum
Whatever you can do WORK HARD AT IT & PLAY EVEN HARDER
1. Eat a healthy breakfast and lunch
2. Be the best you can be each day
3.Take your usual breaks....at a minimum
Whatever you can do WORK HARD AT IT & PLAY EVEN HARDER
WORK ASSIGNMENTS
Thursday, 26th March
1. Maths New Wave Mental Maths Pg 70...We will all start on this page today. ONLY DO ONE TEST PER DAY !!! We will go through this using Zoom
2.Maths Topic Completion of area, surface area and percentages.
Log into https://app.mangahigh.com/engb/login and complete assignments.
**** ALWAYS HIT THE TEACH ME BUTTON BEFORE YOU HIT PLAY
Your username and password is being texted to your parents tonight.
3. English Reading
Accelerated Reader 40 minutes of reading every day.
Accelerated Reader Article 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
4.Spellwell Week 1  12 Self assess
LOOK and Pick 4 random words/spellings from each unit from 1  12CHALLENGE YOURSELF!!
Construct a random nonsense sentence in your mind
SAY it 4 times quietly to yourself.. COVER THE BOOK. Now WRITE the sentence down
Highlight the 4 words.
Now CHECK your words using the book.
Don't forget to correct/fix any errors using a red pen only!!
4. Gaeilge
Fuaimeanna agus Focail Lets stay on top of our verbs here!!!!
Use your verbs from to create sentences for first 8 words from Unit 30
Also do Activity A, B,C,D in workbook.
5. Easter 1916 Rising History
Write a KWL chart for this topic
Bullet point your sentences present them neatly.
Fill in the K and the W only. Focus on the W At least 6 question shere.
e.g Did the rising only take place in Dublin?
2.Maths Topic Completion of area, surface area and percentages.
Log into https://app.mangahigh.com/engb/login and complete assignments.
**** ALWAYS HIT THE TEACH ME BUTTON BEFORE YOU HIT PLAY
Your username and password is being texted to your parents tonight.
3. English Reading
Accelerated Reader 40 minutes of reading every day.
Accelerated Reader Article 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
4.Spellwell Week 1  12 Self assess
LOOK and Pick 4 random words/spellings from each unit from 1  12CHALLENGE YOURSELF!!
Construct a random nonsense sentence in your mind
SAY it 4 times quietly to yourself.. COVER THE BOOK. Now WRITE the sentence down
Highlight the 4 words.
Now CHECK your words using the book.
Don't forget to correct/fix any errors using a red pen only!!
4. Gaeilge
Fuaimeanna agus Focail Lets stay on top of our verbs here!!!!
Use your verbs from to create sentences for first 8 words from Unit 30
Also do Activity A, B,C,D in workbook.
5. Easter 1916 Rising History
Write a KWL chart for this topic
Bullet point your sentences present them neatly.
Fill in the K and the W only. Focus on the W At least 6 question shere.
e.g Did the rising only take place in Dublin?
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