This week’s Jolly Phonics sounds are /oa/ (e.g. goat, boat) and /ie/ (e.g. tie). They are similar to our /ai/ sound as /oa/ and /ie/ also need two letters to make its sound. Have a listen to the songs below!
The girls were busy practising their road safety skills this week. Our hall was transformed into a little village and the girls had to safely move around the village on foot, on bikes and in cars. They took great care crossing the roads, making sure to stop, look and listen.
This week’s Jolly Phonics sounds are ‘ai’ (as in train) and j. ‘ai’ is a bit different to all the other sounds we have learnt because it needs two letters to make it. Have a listen to the songs below.
This week’s Jolly Phonics sounds are f and b. Try I-spy at home and see what objects you can find beginning with these sounds! We have no Aistear this week but lots of practice for the Nativity Play! Rehearsals are coming along nicely and the girls are working really hard learning their songs and actions.
The girls have loved this week’s Aistear theme – At the Doctor’s Surgery. There have been many broken legs and arms, some high temperatures and some sick tummies! The girls have learnt a lot of new words, all to do with the doctor and the hospital. Below are some photos! […]
This week’s Jolly Phonics sounds are u and l. The songs are below! Our Aistear theme stays the same for another week. The girls will be at the doctor’s surgery, building a hospital, painting their clay candle holders from last week and practising cutting and their Jolly Phonics sounds.
Below are audio files for the Hosanna Rock songs that the girls will be learning for the Nativity Play. Try to practise the words and actions at home!
The Carol Service will take place on Friday 15th December at 11am in the church. Junior Infants will star in Hosanna Rock! Notes will be sent home soon with the children’s parts and the lines/songs they need to know. The opening song is called Hosanna Rock. There is an audio clip below. We have started […]
This week’s sounds are g and o. Can you think of words that begin with these sounds?
Welcome back from the Halloween break! This week’s sounds are m and d. What can you find that begins with these sounds?