Work for Ms. Coyle’s Class 25th-29th May

Hello there second class, 

Hope you are all well and enjoying the good weather! I’m sure all the birthday girls have been enjoying their special days. It’s nice to see some of the restrictions being lifted but we must remember to listen to the government guidelines. Washing our hands and keeping our distance when out and about are two of the easiest things we can do. 

I missed a few people on the calls this week, so I will try again next Tuesday. It was lovely to catch up with everyone and hear how well you are all doing. Keep up the good work and I’m always happy to see your emails coming through.

On Wednesday 27th , the parents of the children in 2nd class are invited to school to collect the rest of the workbooks and copies. These books can be used for June and maybe over the Summer. The school will be open from 1pm-2pm, please follow all guidelines while there. 

Attached is an outline of some work for the coming week. I know it might be hard to stay motivated but please do a little bit of school work every day. This will help you when we do get back to school. 


Jolly Grammar 

18th– 22nd  May The <si> saying /sh/ and /zh/ like revision and invasion (page 60)

Grammar- Prepositions (page 61) 

More help for Grammar



If you have collected your book you will no longer need to log on and can complete the work in the book. 

  • Read and complete page 92 -93
  • Page 94 is the same as the contractions that we did last week in Jolly Grammar. 


Narrative Writing- The Setting  


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Bua Na Cainte (Sa Bhaile) 81, 82, 83, 84 . 

If you have collected your book you will no longer need to log on and can complete the work in the book. 


  • Continue IXL. Here are some areas to work on 

Addition with regrouping – G5- G9

Place Value- L7-L9

Addition with regrouping

I’m aware that the girls have not had much practise with this skill. So here are some resources to help. 

Place Value

Mental Maths

  • 25th- 29th May Week 34 


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  • Sadly, we did not get to finish our swimming lessons but this resource from Water Safety Ireland’s PAWS (Primary Aquatics Water Safety) outlines the essential life-saving guidelines that every child needs to know.

If you have any questions please email me Also, why not email me or tweet a picture of something you enjoyed making / doing during the week. I would love to hear from you. 

Please keep an eye on our class Twitter account @MsCoyles. I will be posting different ideas for fun activities and retweeting competitions and events that are running online for children during this time.

Can’t wait to hear from you,

Ms. E. Coyle

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