As the weather warms up and restrictions are lifted, many of us will be heading to the beach or rivers. Therefore it is very important that your child knows the basics of water safety. You can watch the presentation with your child first and then try the online games in the link below. Have fun!
Go to this website for interactive games and quizzes
These mindfulness videos may be of use for your child. They were developed by two Primary School and Mindfulness teachers.
Dealing with Worry:
Dealing with Anger:
Here are some steps to move to an affordable unlimited mobile data plan for accessing schoolwork. This offer is available until 30 June 2020.
|Video ‘Shout Out’||RTE Home School Hub EXTRA would love to receive videos from children from all parts of the country showing how they got active during #ActiveHomeWeek.
Their aim is to show as wide a variety of activities as possible:
|How to Submit Your Video||
Fingers crossed we’ll see your school represented on next Tuesday’s show.
Next Week, starting Monday April 27th is Active Schools Week. If we were in school we would be planning lots of fun and energetic activities to take part in Active Schools Week.
We are also applying for an Active Flag for our school. We can still apply this year if we can prove that we encouraged our pupils to stay active while staying at home during the Covid 19 crisis.
If you want to help us, you can print the activity log below and fill in how you managed to complete 60 minutes of exercise per day during Active Home Week.
If you don’t have a printer you can hand draw the activity log and fill it in.
Email your activity logs to Ms. Allen @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Attached are some sheets with ideas on some of the creative ways you can do 60 minutes of exercise daily. The 60 minutes does not have to be done all in one go. A number of activities can be done throughout the day.
Please remember the rules about social distancing when you are exercising.
Come on Greenmount, let’s get active!
Here is another activity pack from Happy Talk to support your child’s language, literacy and learning skill development. This one is based on the theme of Springtime. It is aimed at children aged between 4 and 8 years old.
This is a link to a self care kit with some lovely ideas for kids during this difficult and challenging time.