Dublin Fire Brigade visited us today. Colm’s dad is a fireman so he brought the fire engine up to our school. We saw lots of safety equipment which is used for car crashes, to break into buildings and to break locks. The fire truck is red and yellow. We got to spray the hose

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Our cress seeds have grown! We took them home today, Wednesday 27/5/2015. We can eat the cress at home too!

In Room 9 we have being learning lots of different things. We had great fun playing with water and learning about capacity. We also mixed cornflour and water to make slime. This was really cool as it we hit it hard it was solid but, when we rested out hand on it, it sunk. We

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  We planted cress seeds yesterday in Ms.Corcoran’s class. We put compost in recycled yogurt pots. We planted the cress seeds in the pots and watered them. We learned that plant needs soil, water and sun to grow!

We are very proud of ourselves in Room 7 for winning the prize for best punctuality. It is important to be on the líne every morning before 9.05. We get to keep this teddy for the week as a reward, and we named it ‘Rainbow Time’.         We love Gaeilge in Room

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Floating & Sinking We investigated which objects from our classroom would float and sink using the water tray. We found that things like lego, feathers, and pencils float. We also found that a full paint bottle, a heavy candle and scissors sank. We recorded our findings using pictures.   Planting Seeds The boys and girls

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We are very busy this term in Mrs. Smith’s class, Room 14. This week we have turned our classroom into a fire station. Each day we explore lots of activities and role-playing to help us to learn what it’s like to work as a fire fighter or to be part of an emergency. Children are

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We have had great fun growing plants! We collected old yogurt pots. We filled the pots with compost. Then we sprinkled cress seeds on top. We watered our seeds and put our pots on the windowsill so they could get the sunlight. Our plants grew really quickly. Cress plants are green and you can eat

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