Bhí an-spraoi ag Caoimhín i Seomra a hAon an tseachtain seo caite. Bhain sé an-taitneamh as na heachtraí ar fad agus bhí rang Mr. Sheekey an-sásta aire a thabhairt air ar feadh na seachtaine agus go leor Gaeilge a labhairt leis.
Tá súil againn go dtiocfaidh Caoimhín ar ais go luath!
An anagram is when we jumble up the letters of a word to make another!
For this week’s ‘Question of the Week’, we have jumbled up the letters of 4 teacher surnames below –
Can you guess which teachers’ names we’ve mixed up? The first student to name the 4 teachers will earn themselves a homework pass!
Look carefully at the letters and think about your answers. Best of luck everyone!
Tá an comórtas cáiliúil ar siúl ar an mblog arís! Bhí Rang Ms. Kelly ag imirt an cluiche ‘Feicim le Mo Shiúlín’ an tseachtain seo. Bhí siad ag foghlaim faoi ‘An Aimsir’ agus roghnaigh siad trí rud a bhaineann leis an aimsir. Níl a fhios againn cad a fheiceann siad! An bhfuil a fhios agatsa? Cuir síos do fhreagraí sna tuairimí. Caithfidh na freagraí a bheith as Gaeilge agus gheobhaidh tú pás obair bhaile má tá na freagraí ceart! (LEID: Féach ar na páistí timpeall an tseomra chomh maith!)
…rud a thosnaíonn le ‘H’…
…rud a thosnaíonn le ‘C’…
…rud a thosnaíonn le ‘S’…
The famous competition is on the blog again! Ms Kelly’s class were playing the game ‘I Spy with My Little Eye’ this week. They were learning about the theme ‘The Weather’ and they chose 3 objects connected with the weather. We don’t know what they saw! Do you know what they picked? Answer in the comments section below in Irish and whoever guesses the correct 4 words connected with the bathroom will earn a full homework pass! (CLUE: Look at the children around the classroom as well!)
…something beginning with ‘H’…
…something beginning with ‘C’…
…something beginning with ‘S’…
St. Bridget is the patron saint of Ireland. We celebrate her Feast Day on the 1st of February. St. Bridget has many ways of spelling her name. Sometimes she is Brid or Breda and sometimes Brigid. She is known as” Muire na nGael”. She was born in County Meath but we associate her more with Kildare where she spent most of her adult life. When she was a young girl she heard St. Patrick preaching so she was amongst the first generation of Christians in Ireland. From a very early age she was known for her kindness and generosity. We also remember how she made a cross from reeds also to convert a pagan chieftain to Christianity.
Tá mac léinn nua i Scoil Caoimhín Naofa – Caoimhín! Is aoibhinn leis an Ghaeilge agus bíonn sé ag déanamh a dhícheall chun feabhas a chur ar a chuid Ghaeilge gach seachtain. Beidh sé ag dul ó rang go rang ag foghlaim Gaeilge leis na páístí eile. Ar maidin, bhí sé ag ithe leite sa seomra foirne! Féach ar an mblog i gCúinne Chaoimhín (ar chlé) chun nuacht a fháil amach maidir le Caoimhín agus a chuid eachtraí! An mbeidh sé i do rang?
There is a new student in St. Kevin’s – Kevin! He loves Irish and is doing his best to improve his Irish every week. He will be going from class to class learning Irish with the other children. This morning, he was in the staffroom eating porridge! Watch the blog in Kevin’s Corner (on the top left) to find out about Kevin and his adventures! Will he be in your class?
We’re back in school and enjoying the Winter season!
For this week’s ‘Question of the Week’, there are 6 hidden words in the picture above. The first student to name all 6 hidden words will earn themselves a homework pass! Click the picture to make it bigger and have a better chance of finding the words.
Look carefully at the picture and think about your answers. Best of luck everyone!
Here is a look back over the term at all the work Room 14 have been up to! Great work boys and girls!