The girls created silhouette self portraits telling us what they each like!
We began by drawing and playing hopscotch and then got more creative with the chalk!
We had great fun during Maths week. We did problem/puzzles in class each day and played Maths quizzes on Manga High at home. We also were lucky with the weather and managed to get outdoors to do a Maths Trail!
We also had a "Maths inspired" Art competition in the school. The girls really did a great job as you can see from their work.
However, there can only be one winner and in room 12, that was Aoibheann! Fantastic work Aoibheann and a big congratulations!
Check out our spooky Halloween pictures.
We learned all about Gratitude and how important it is to be thankful each and every day. Gratutude for the big things such as Our Family and Friends, Our Health, Food and a Home to the little things such as Mammy making our favourite dinner, a sunny day or special time spent with our pet! It is important to look for the good in every day, but even more so when things are not going so well. We created a Gratitude tree for the main hallway with leaves displaying some of the things Room 12 are grateful for. We hope you get some inspiration from this!
The last day of the holidays, all the girls dressed up in their cool Halloween outfits. A lot of work went into those outfits! They looked brilliant.
We finally got the results from Write-a-Book that the girls had completed in March 2020 prior to Lockdown! The girls did a great job and all received a certificate and pencil in recognition of their super stories.
But as always, there could only be one 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize.......
A big congratulations to all the girls!
We had great fun in Science week. We carried out three experiments involving balloons. In the first one we blew up balloons and put them under an upturned table. We then each stood on the table and saw how it held each of our weights, from the smallest person to the biggest! This demonstrated that the air in the balloons is spread over a wide area and does not burst because our weight is not concentrated in one small area. It was a bit scary though!!
We also saw the effects of static electricity after rubbing the balloon on our hair for a few minutes. It stuck to the radiator for some time after and made the hair stand on end!!
Finally we discovered that we can put a skewer through a balloon without bursting it, once the tip of the skewer is coated in liquid soap first!
This year, Scoil Bhríde are completing an Active Advent Calendar. Room 12 have been busy with our daily 10 minute activity:
Posing before our run around the school on Friday 🙂