Information for Infant Parents

 

Information 

Parent Information for Infant Parents 1

 

Infant Parent Information

 

Handwriting

Infant Parent Handwriting a,b,c and d

Infant handwriting 8 e,f,g and h

Infant Parent Handwriting 5 i,j, k and l

Handwriting Infants m, n, o and p

Infant Parent Handwriting 6 q, r, s and t

Junir Infant Handwriting 9  u,v,w and x

Handwriting Infants 2 y and Z

 

 

 

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Senior Infants are opening a restauraunt!

We made yummy pizzas and practiced our cutting skills.

We melted chocolate to make Rice Krispie Buns. Is maith le Mr de Róiste iad!

We made butter using cream, salt and a lot of shaking!

Watch out for the best restauraunt in Castlelyons!

Senior Infants have lots of fun with Aistears “Hospital” theme

Senior Infants had loads of fun during Octobers Aistear theme, learning all about the medical professions.  We were so lucky to have an ambulance from the Irish Red Cross come to visit us at the school – organised by Jake’s mom, Lorraine and Grace’s aunty Sarah also visited and shared her nursing skills with the children. A huge thanks to Lorraine, Grace and the ambulance crew from all Senior Infants and  I think we may have lots of aspiring Doctors, Nurses and Paramedics in our class now!!!

Autumn Art

The pupils of Castlelyons have been embracing Autumn over the past number of weeks. All the classes have used a variety of art materials to create beautiful autumnal masterpieces.

This post showcases the works of our artists in junior infants, senior infants, Rang 1 and Rang 2.

“Every child is an artist” Pablo Picasso

image4 (3)Junior Infants and Le Cheile

Junior Infants and Le Cheile have been very busy. Junior infants created beautiful Autumn trees, the pupils used a variety of paints to reflect the change of season. The trees are proudly displayed around the classroom. Le Cheile made squirrels complete with orange, red and yellow painted tails. Hedgehogs can be found hiding in the back of the Junior Infant classroom, they are very special hedgehogs because the hedgehogs have gold glitter spikes.

image1 (12) Senior Infants 

Senior Infants created a fantastic Autumn display in the classroom. Pupils painted white plates with the colours that inspire them during this season. The plates are a great representation of the Autumn colours that surround the school. Pupils brought in leaves and other items to present below the display,bringing some of the outdoors into the senior infant classroom.

image3 (3) Rang 1

Rang 1 used warm autumn paints to create autumn print art. The pupils first sponge painted a large white sheet in either yellow, red or orange. Next, using materials such as bottle tops, the pupils dipped the materials in black paint and used a print method to create different vehicles.

image5 (2) Rang 2

Rang 2  too inspiration from the works of Pablo Picasso. The pupils created line drawings from the world around them. The pupils focused on autumn scenes, which feature pumpkins and autumn dancing autumn leaves falling from trees.