Christmas festivities are in full swing in Senior Infants. We decorated and iced Christmas Treats. Most importantly… we got to eat the treats, they were delicious!!
Senior infants have been as busy as the elves in the North Pole. They have been decorating their classroom and hallway, preparing lots of Christmas artwork, wrapping presents and singing lots of Christmas songs.
Fun memories are being made each week in the sensory playground. We are jumping on the trampoline, balancing on the balancing beam and playing in the wooden hut.
We’ve been busy decorating cupcakes with chocolate, sprinkles and marshmallows.
Senior Infants were challenged with the task to build a Christmas Tree using a variety of classroom items. The children worked in groups to problem solve throughout this challenge. Each group showed great teamwork and determination.
Thinking hats were on in Senior infants for science week. The class worked very hard to investigate and explore the properties of different materials. We added warm water to a plate of skittles, made a raw egg bounce, watched raisins dance in vinegar and coke explode...
Ms. Harkin's Senior Infants had a wonderful time decorating the classroom for Christmas! The children decorated the tree all by themselves and they also painted wooden reindeer tree decorations. The children even had a Christmas hopscotch on the classroom floor and...
Ms. Harkin's Senior Infants love any opportunity to boogie! We dance between lessons for brain breaks.
Ms. Harkin's Senior Infants love exploring the forest area at the back of the school. There are so many things to see and do there.
Ms. Harkin's Senior Infants celebrated Halloween with hot chocolate and barm brack. Ava was the lucky girl who found the ring!
Ms. Harkin's Senior Infants enjoyed making and drinking hot chocolate with marshmallows on the cold days of winter.