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3rd and 4th Class Christmas Art

Ms.Molyneaux’s 3rd Class’ Art can be seen in a recent post.

Blogged by Craig, Rm.28.

We wish you all a very Merry Christmas!


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Christmas Tree Cookies in Room 18

Today we decorated Christmas Tree Cookies for our families.

First we each counted the people in our family with cubes. Then we traded each cube for a cookie! Like shopping!

Some of us had less cookies than others so we decided to have a fair share ……. like in DIVISION. We are learning about division in Maths. It’s all about fair sharing….. sometimes there might be cookies left over!

So we looked at who had the MOST cookies and we all matched this number.

Now each of us has 6 cookies!

We saved 6 cookies for one of our friends who was not at school today.


Once we each had 6 cookies we melted the chocolate “Bain Marie” (in a bowl over hot water). Next we spread the melted chocolate on the cookies and decorated them with sprinkles. We prepared boxes and gift tags!


from Room 18

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Rm.28, Our Christmas Art

Christmas has arrived in Rm.28!

Blogged by Craig, Rm.28.


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3rd Class Gaeilge Reading, by Rm.28

Léigh le chéile sa bhaile.

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Rm.28: Our Symmetry Art

Photography and Blog by Craig Rm.28

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Our Science Experiments: Room 28. Reversible & Irreversible Changes

Subject: Science

Topic: Materials

We classified materials and experimented to see what changes take place.

We used:

  • Baking Soda
  • Water
  • Vinegar
  • Salt


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BAND: Éamonn an Chnoic: We can practice this slow air at home with YOUTUBE!

Click on the video and you can practice our slow air for the concert.

Remember … it is SLOW 🙂

See you all next week!

Our practice pieces are:

  • Slow Air
  • Edelweiss
  • Do a Deer
  • Silver Bells
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Gaeilge reading, W/C 2nd December ’19, 3rd Class

This week’s reading is brought to you by Rm. 28. This piece was read by Harry, Amelia and Oran.

Cabhraíonn sé go mór leis an léitheoireacht. Bainigí úsáid as!


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