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Hello everyone. Another week and another birthday in Class 12! This time it is Michaels turn. I would like to wish Michael a very happy birthday for Wednesday when he celebrates his 16th birthday. I have no doubt Michael you will be outside on the bouncy castle and enjoying some chocolate cake!! Please see below this week’s suggested activities that will fit in with your daily schedules at home. Just do what you can of course and have fun! There are some lovely photos of Michael and Conor on the school website have a look to see what your friends are up to at home.

 

 

 

  • Functional SkillsSweep the floor– locate the floor brush/broom, sweep the floor correctly, sweep debris into a small pile, use dustpan to sweep up debris, empty dustpan contents into bin, put cleaning items away correctly.

 

I must say the boys are a great help when it comes to sweeping the floor in class and after dinner as part of lunch time tidy up. So do encourage them to join in with tidy up chores at home daily.

 

 

 

  • Home Economics Cocktail sausage puffs- Another firm favourite with the boys is sausage rolls which are always welcomed for a special break or party! This is a fun and simple twist of making sausage rolls…. Have a go using the link provided… https://www.puffpastry.com/recipe/pigs-in-a-blanket/  

 

Very simple recipe, you just need puff pastry, flour, 1 egg and some cocktail sausages.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ciara works with our children in school delivering lessons and the pupils get so much enjoyment from these. Ciara has put up the recipe for salt dough and some live demonstrations of how to make various ornaments, have a look and please have a go at making one or two. See below the attachment called Salt dough recipe for those who don’t have Facebook and also want to join in on this fun activity.

 

 

 

1 cup of salt 
1cup of plain flour 
1/2 cup of water 

 

A mixing bowl 
A rolling pin 
A pencil or bamboo skewer 
Some baking paper or plain paper if you don't have any.  
A paint brush and glass of water 
Any cookie cutters you have lying around. But these are not essential. 

 

 


1 cup of salt
1cup of plain flour
1/2 cup of water

 

A mixing bowl
A rolling pin
A pencil or bamboo skewer
Some baking paper or plain paper if you don't have any.
A paint brush and glass of water
Any cookie cutters you have lying around. But these are not essential.

 

Attachments:
Download this file (Salt Dough Receipe.pdf)Salt Dough Receipe.pdf[Salt Dough Receipe]312 kB