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Harvesting Potatoes

There was great excitement in senior infants this week, as the children harvested the potatoes they planted in the spring.  ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

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Spring has Sprung!

The senior infants in room 8 are learning all about spring in aistear. This morning some of them went on a spring walk.  The children saw lots of interesting things, like a bird’s nest, new leaves on trees and even … Continue reading

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Planting Potatoes

The children in senior infants,  room 8 have been very busy lately. Here’s a report about what they’ve been up to from Zack: We got seed potatoes. We put them in an egg box. We chitted them. Today we went … Continue reading

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Room 2 Gardeners

Pictured are the children in room 2, harvesting their new potatoes. They had a crop of 76 spuds!  [Show as slideshow]

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Our Potatoes!

The children in 3rd class, room 24 planted potatoes last March. They’ve been busy looking after them ever since, and today it was time to dig them up. They grew enough for each child to bring home a potato for … Continue reading

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