This year, World Book Day Ireland will take place on Thursday, the 3rd of March. In my school, the children and teachers will be dressing up. I’m in the process of thinking about an outfit to wear for myself….all suggestions welcome!
I’ve put together some activities and website links to suitable resources that I’ve found online for World Book Day.
I have second class this year. It’s the first time I’ve ever taught this class level as I have spent the past few years in infants. So for those of us who have second class, we are in for a busy few weeks. Hopefully through sharing resources, we can cut down on a bit of the workload.
First of all, I will include the prayers that are needed for the First Confession ceremony. I’ve also included the general mass responses that are needed for any mass as a lot of them have changed slightly over the past number of years. Click on the download button below to get them. You can give them to each child or display them on the projector, however you see fit.
Great tips for a tasty and exciting lunch from the Lovin’ Dublin website. Click on the picture below to find out more!!!
Here’s a great resource from the pdst website. It contains PE lesson plans for all class levels and all strands. All the work is done for you!! It’s comprehensive and very well laid out. Click on the picture below to be brought to the website.
A great resource from Have Fun Teaching. Lots of videos with catchy songs and raps for each of the main sight words. Can be used to reinforce the teaching of sight words.
I’ve put together some activities that might interest you for this weekend and for February in general. If you are looking for more information about events in your area, then take a look over previous posts that I’ve written under this header.
2016 is the Year of the Monkey! The Chinese New Year is a really fun topic with lots of integration possibilities across the curriculum. You can cater the activity suggestions below to suit your classes level and students needs. I always do a Chinese New Year Parade in school to celebrate the culmination of all of our work. It’s great way to end the topic of work!!