Today's Art challenge also involves a Creative Writing task. You must first research a particular dinosaur (fact file, habitat description, fun facts) and then draw your dinosaur in its habitat. Templates for both tasks can be downloaded by clicking on the link below:
Try this Daily 10 Maths Challenge at home. You can choose the level, topic and range of numbers by clicking on the link below. It's suitable for all classes from Junior Infants to 6th Class. Ready, steady, go!!
Audible Stories have made their collection of audiobooks available for free due to the current school closure. The audiobooks available are suitable for all age groups. Just click on the link below, stream and listen!
For all Lego enthusiasts, you can now challenge yourself for the next 30 days to create something new each day with your lego bricks using the calendar below. Happy building!
Click on the file below to download the She Can! colouring book which features 23 of Ireland's best-known female athletes.
Some basic football skills for our Under 6 and Under 8 players along with basic fundamental movement skills can be downloaded by clicking on the PDF below. The skills can be performed easily at home with the help of a parent/adult and all that's required is a football. Scoring sheets are available for parents and players to benchmark progress and achievement certificates are also available to download once the activities are completed. Many thanks to Antrim GAA and Gaelfast who designed these resources.
Parents are invited to tag us on Twitter (@Thomastownns) with videos of the players performing the skills.
A 20 page GAA Heroes colouring book is available to download by clicking on the link below. It includes Heroes of the GAA from around the country. Thank you to Damien Quinn Draws for the download.
Today's challenge involves drawing your very own member of the dinosaur family, the raptor. A step by step guide to creating and drawing the raptor can viewed in the image below:
Continuing on with our spring theme, today's art challenge is to colour these daffodils. The page can be downloaded and printed off using the following link:
To mark the start of the spring equinox (the first day of spring) on March 20th, today's challenge involves learning how to draw a daffodil, a flower traditionally associated with this season. See the step by step details in the image below:
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