5th Class Work at Home – Week: April 20th – April 25th 2020


  • Correct Master Your Maths [answers below]
  • Master Your Maths Week 28 Day 1-4 & Test [Ms. Murphy Room 30 only]
  • Master Your Maths Week 27 Day 1-4 & Test [Ms. Murphy Room 25 & Mrs. Henderson]
  • Revise Multiplication & Division tables
  • Revise Maths Notes copy


  • Am Don Léamh pg. 54 & 55
  • Revise Irish Notes copy


  • Unit 27 Learning & all Activities


  • Revise notes on Skeleton, Ear, Heart, Digestive System in SESE copy. Read Unit 7 ‘The Amazing Human Body’ in Geography & Science book.
  • Make up a quiz [15- 20 questions & answers] on these topics.



  • Spell You Name PE! [This can be done each day]


  • Georgia O’ Keeffe Flowers


  • Time Capsule Booklet

Extra activity: Children’s Book Bingo

*Scroll down for activities*

Am Don Léamh

Master Your Maths Answers 5th Class

Georgia O’ Keeffe Flowers

  1. Google images of flowers or pick a flower from your garden.
  2. Examine the flower up close. Look at all the details.
  3. Look at the examples below and watch the YouTube videos to get some ideas.
  4. Remember to draw the flower really big!



[You can use whatever you have at home- colouring pencils, markers, Twistables, paints etc]


  • RTE Home School  – will broadcast two hours of “school on TV” to support primary school children and their parents at home. It will air every weekday, for two hours from 10am on RTÉ2 starting Monday, 11 January 2021.

  • Cúla4 on TG4 provides plenty of Gaeilge programmes which children can watch to keep up their Gaeilge learning.

  • Water Safety Now every child can learn basic water safety skills at home

  • Twinkl.ie have excellent school closures packs which can be used as extra work from home should your child like to do some extra activities – use code CVDTWINKLEHELPS for a free month when signing up

  • Let’s Play Ireland is a government-led initiative aimed at promoting play for all children living in Ireland during the COVID-19 emergency.

Special Education Needs

  • NCSE  – The National Council for Special Education (NCSE) is currently preparing online resources for children with Special Educational Needs who are at home as a result of the schools’ closure.