Mr. Flynn’s 6th class invented their own board games and Ms. Murtagh’s 4th class got to test them out and rate them! Check out the video to see some of the boys and girls playing the games together.
After receiving a letter from a local sports shop, Mr. McCarthy’s and Ms. Dorman’s 2nd classes were set with the task of finding the stretchiest material for new sports socks. We decided to test wool, nylon, cotton and a mix of both cotton and wool. Each sock was measured and, after attaching them to a hook, a weight was placed in each one so that the socks stretched.
It was particularly important that we created a fair test, so we carefully weighed stones, placed the same weight in each sock and hung them from the same height. Once the socks had stretched, we measured their new lengths and after some subtraction calculations, we discovered that nylon was the stretchiest material, with cotton as a close second. Finally, we charted our results on block charts.
Have a look at our video to see our time as stretchy sock scientists!
Welcome back boys & girls to St. Kevin’s ‘Countdown’. Where each week you will be challenged to find the sum for a given number.
Congrats to Carla Keenan who solved Countdown this week . Carla will be presented with a ‘Countdown Certificate’ at the next assembly.
Please see below for this week’s challenge…
Your numbers are 75 8 10 2 3 100
TARGET NUMBER 178
You have until 1 o’clock on Thursday 5th of March to enter. (Entering after this time means that your comment may not get posted)
Welcome boys & girls to St. Kevin’s ‘Countdown’. Each week you will be challenged to find the sum for a given number.
Whoever, the student who got it right first will be announced at the monthly Assembly and presented with a ‘Countdown Certificate’. Please see below for this week’s challenge…
Your numbers are 75, 50, 8 ,1, 2 ,9
TARGET NUMBER 270
You have until 1 o’clock on Thursday the 29th to enter. (Entering after this time means that your comment may not get posted).