Junior Infants (2019-20)

Junior Infants CLASS

CLASS OF 2019 - 2020

Welcome to Ms.Nagle's Junior Infant Class!

We are really settling in nicely here in Junior Infants. We have had a very busy start to the year. Have a look to see what we have been up to.....


Ready, Set, Go, Maths!!

In Junior Infants, we learn our maths through different games and activities. This way, we can learn while having lots of fun too! So far, we have been learning how to sort and classify different objects such as teddy bears and coloured counters. We have even started learning to play games using a dice.


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Book Buddies


Every Friday our book buddies from 6th class come and read us some lovely stories. We love our book buddies and we are learning loads from them.


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Halloween Concert 

We had a great time performing some spooooky Halloween songs and poems for our parents. We put in lots of practice to make sure we were perfect on the day. Everyone was very proud of us and Ms. Nagle even threw a very fun halloween party for us afterwards. It was a great day and we can't wait for the midterm!


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 Science Week

We are very lucky here in Junior Infants, as this week we had a special visitor. Professor Tony Baloney, the mad scientist, came to show us some really cool experiments. 


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  Tony Baloney encouraged us to try our own experiments in our classroom. We had great fun learning all about static electricity! We explored the whole classroom, finding out which objects make an electric charge when rubbed together. We discovered that rubbing a balloon against your hair will make it stand up and look crazy!!

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Gardening with Kay

We love visiting our school garden so much that Kay decided to come to our classroom to help us do some gardening of our own. She brought crocus bulbs for us to plant. We know that flowers need lots of water and sunlight to grow. We hope that our crocus bulbs will blossom into lovely flowers in the next few weeks. We are really looking forward to seeing how they turn out!

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