We’re delighted that so many kids are enjoying reading for pleasure in ‘Teach Your Monster: Reading for Fun’. Here’s what people are saying about the groundbreaking new game:
“This gets a double thumbs up from my 6 year old. He is already a great, confident reader and loves books but he absolutely loves to play this game regularly. He says the best thing is how you can explore villages and do jobs for the villagers. He really loves building his book collection. Thanks for a brilliant free game!” ★★★★★
“My son loves playing with his monster. Reading the recipes has really helped him practise following directions!” ★★★★★
“Another nail by the team of Teach Your Monster to Read! This app has been the perfect follow up for my daughter who is in love with the journey of the little monsters she loves so much. We are now improving reading at such a fast pace. We are forever grateful.” ★★★★★
“This new follow up is great. The app has helped my granddaughter with her reading and has already been a daily event.” ★★★★★
Grab it today, whilst it’s free on the Apple app store for a limited time. Coming to Android late 2021.
Already playing? We’d love to hear from you - please leave a review, we read every one! apple.co/3mJmx4t ... See MoreSee Less
Six Bricks Lego Club! Selina and Ms Ratcliffe recently completed the Six Bricks Lego training sessions with the Co Wexford Education Centre. Ms Crean then built a custom made, huge Lego building station in our Nuture Room.
Through the fun of LEGO children can practice their memory, movement, creativity and more.
During these sessions our children practice skills for learning:
🧱Language such as describing in rich detail, giving clear instructions, explaining your reasons, and telling stories, which helps you to communicate with others and express your ideas. 🧱Problem solving including to stay focused, and remember a task or a challenge, set goals and make plans, come up with creative ideas, and reflect on what you do and how you do it. 🧱Collaboration as in working together in pairs or teams, share turns and the materials you work with, learn from your peers and their ideas, and give each other roles and responsibilities. ... See MoreSee Less
Science, technology, engineering, art and math last Friday. Making the most of our outdoor classroom and the good weather. 3rd-6th designed, created, tested and improved their catapults. Several of them launched a paper ball nearly 4m! #primaryscience... See MoreSee Less
Especially for our 6th class Parents and Guardians. Follow the link to register. www.facebook.com/102585025150709/posts/236770141732196/Supporting Your Child in Secondary School and Understanding What's Involved in Junior Cycle on Wednesday 29th Sept at 7 p.m. with Grainne Mulcahy.
The transition from Primary to Secondary school is an exciting time in a young person’s life. This presentation has been designed to support you in preparing your student to make the best start they can in their new school. Suitable for Teachers and Parents.