Work for Ms Clynes’ class – week of 1st June

Hi everyone!

Thanks again for your brilliant work – I know how tough it is to keep working at home so well done!! If you can take photos of something you liked doing this week, please email it to me at Please keep an eye on our class Twitter page @MsClynes1st for useful links and fun activities. 

From next week we will be reducing the workload and providing ideas for outdoor, active and fun activities!

The theme for this week is ‘Space’. Please feel free to pick and choose based on what suits you. There is no pressure to do everything.

App of the week: Science Kids has some brilliant experiments, videos and games to try out.

Additional resources and printable worksheets: Click here for resources 

Transparent Space Clipart Png - Free Printable Space Cupcake ...

Ideas for work this week:


Oral Language:

Phonics: New sound: /er/ (like in winter, term, never)

  • Choose 3 words and put them into sentences
  • Geraldine the Giraffe video: Geraldine the Giraffe learns /er/ 
  • Do your own sound hunt – look around your home / outside and find things with the sound, search in books for that sound. You could make your own Geraldine video, or take photos of these things!




Where to find eBooks:




  1. Dathaigh na pictiúir den Sionnach agus den gCircín Rua (Colour the pictures of the Fox and the Hen)
  2. Cruthaigh maisc agus déan drámaíocht beag bunaithe ar an scéal (Make masks and do a little drama of the story)
  3. Déan Sionnach as páipéar (Make a paper fox)

SESE: Space


Toilet Roll Craft Rocket - Blast Off!!!!! (With images) | Space ...

  • Drama: Pretend you are walking… on the moon, through deep water, on hot sand, through honey, on mashed potato, on very soft sand…. What else?
  • Play this space music in the background while you play.

Other activities:

Remember to exercise, play, read, draw, wash your hands and help out at home! I hope you have a great week and I can’t wait to see some of the lovely things you create.

Ms. Clynes

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