We welcomed another Junior Infant student to our class in December – he joined at such a fun time since we had Santa’s Workshop in our classroom which kept us very busy making toys and checking the postbox, just like the elves!
In the weeks leading up to Christmas, our 3rd class students walked up to the Church to see the crib and to learn about the advent wreath.
We explored how primary colours mix to create secondary colours.
We thought about which colours are “warm” or “cool”.
We followed this by making a rainbow in a jar – the colours didn’t mix at all, it looked great!
We looked at different reactions between solids and liquids.
We discovered that some liquids were heavier than others and some created an exciting reaction with others – like the mentos and coke experiment and the ‘elephant toothpaste’ we made using yeast, hydrogen peroxide and warm water. They were both explosive!
In September, we welcomed a lovely new Junior Infant student to our class. We are having so much fun getting to know her and showing her all of our class routines.
The highlight of our first 2 months back at school was when our 3rd class students made their First Confession and First Holy Communion. Thanks to Fr. Pat, Ms. Muldoon and our parents who helped with our participation in the sacraments and made the day so special for us all.
We had a great time at Gaelic training with Pat Kilcoyne – our ball skills are really improving!
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