Ms Moloney’s Junior Infants had great fun exploring the Fruit & Veg theme this month.
Following our our trip to Nenagh Fruit and Veg Shop we were very good at acting out roles in our Home Corner.
We were busy colouring, cutting, sorting and gluing at the Junk Art station. We searched Aldi magazines to find fruit and veg.
We explored Fruit & Veg, their texture (rough, smooth, hard,soft), their appearance (dull, bright), and their smell. We then cut them and used them for printing.
We we played the shopping list game, we made Fruit & Veg with playdoh and we made market stalls at the construction station.
In writing we drew & labeled fruit and for procedural writing we made a fruit salad. We had a great start to the year learning lots about being healthy and fruit & Veg.
Ms Madden's class had great fun learning all about fruit and vegetables during Aistear time.
We made fruit and vegetables using playdough.
After talking about the difference between fruit and vegetables we sorted them using pictures.
Using Aldi and Lidl catalogues we searched for different types of fruits and vegetables, cut them out and pasted them in the correct column.
We used pieces of fruit to print different patterns.
We opened a Fruit & Vegetable Shop in our class. We stock our boxes using different fruits and vegetables and took turns being the shop-keeper.
The Shopping List game was great fun to play.
We had great fun getting stuck into gymnastics for our Active Day.
The Aistear theme for January is The Fruit & Veg Shop. We have been learning all about fruit & vegetables, their names & what they look like. On Tuesday we made a trip to Nenagh Fruit & Veg Shop. Teresa the owner was there and let us look around. We all had some money and we each chose one thing to buy. Teresa was very kind to the boys and we had a lovely experience.
Our theme for January is Fruit and Vegetables. We read the story 'Handa's Surprise' and learned the names of some exotic fruits. After sequencing the story, we participated in a taste test where we tasted some of the fruits that appeared in the story. When we tasted each fruit we recorded which fruits we liked. In counting up the ticks the most popular fruit proved to be the banana.
Junior Infants busy creating patterns in maths.