#Symbaloo webmix: Short Educational Videos for Wet Lunchtimes: Infants to Sixth approximately

This webmix contains links to short videos for Junior, Middle and Senior students. The videos are between five and ten minutes in length approximately.

There are some simple maths and science videos however most of the videos are in the area of language and literacy.

There are lots of links to Picture Books for students from Junior Classes and there are some great reviews of popular books for Middle Classes. ‘The Literacy Shed’ is most suitable for Seniors.

Most of the links are from Vimeo. Unlike YouTube, Vimeo isn’t ‘blocked’ in school. Click on the grey bar below the webmix where it says ‘View on Symbaloo: Short Videos for Class’ to open up this page.

4 thoughts on “#Symbaloo webmix: Short Educational Videos for Wet Lunchtimes: Infants to Sixth approximately

  1. Hi Merry Beau, thank you for commenting on my blog, and thank you for mentoring me. I am not in any sports right now, everything ended. How is it in Ireland? is everything good? Thanks again for commenting on my blog! 😏😏😏

  2. Hi Ashton,

    Thank you for visiting our blog.
    We love sport.
    Sports in our school include Hurling and Gaelic Football,
    Basketball, (There is a basketball league on during the summer term. At the end of the year 6th class get to play the teachers. Everyone enjoys watching this game! Usually the teachers win.)
    Athletics, (We learn how to do the shot putt, long jump, high jump, 100 metre sprint and relay races.)
    and Tennis.
    Everything is good in Ireland. Thanks for asking.
    Do you have any holiday plans?
    With every good wish
    Merry Beau and Class.

  3. Hi Ms.Beau, I can’t think about any school events that I really like right now, I will not be able to get back to your comments for a few days, because we have the PSSA. I’m looking forward for another comment from you, bye.

  4. Hello again Ashton,
    Thanks for getting in touch again.
    I had to google PSSA.
    I think you must be talking about ‘Pennsylvania System of School Assessment’.
    We have our standardized tests in May.
    Good luck with yours.
    With every good wish
    Merry Beau

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