A new work pack is ready on the School Closure 2020 page on the website, scroll down to find 4th class work: http://www.olvgns.ie/school-closure-2020.html . If you go to Ms Hanly/Ms Ferriter for English and Maths groups, don't forget to look at her work pack too. Try your best with it and we're here if you need any help.
The Daily Well-Being Task is starting today, it’s a small little activity to do to make you feel good and positive. There will be a new task every day! Have a look at the Well-Being section on the website for today’s task, http://www.olvgns.ie/well-being.html .
When we made our phone calls, a few girls and parents said that they'd like a timetable to help structure the school work that we're giving. Here is a sample timetable that you can use if you want. You do not have to use this timetable, just use it if you think it would help. Click on the document to download it.
Good morning girls!
I hope you had a lovely weekend! Did you do anything nice or interesting?
I finally cut the grass in my front and back gardens! So now the place looks nice and tidy.
It's my nephew's 4th birthday today, so we're planning on going for a socially distant walk together. I'm really looking forward to seeing my sister and nephew!
Try your very best with today's work, and if you need help or want to share some news, leave a comment or send me a message from a parent's email address to email@example.com.
Have a great day!
Ms Behan 😊
A Note from Ms Smith
Hello girls, how are you doing?
I hope you had a lovely weekend, what did you get up to?
Good luck with the work today, use the timetable if that helps you! What’s on your plan?
I’m going to try and do my morning walks every day this week, I’m just back from one now so that’s a good start to the week!
As always if you need any help leave a comment below, even if it’s just to say hi. If you want to message me privately from a parent's email during school hours, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a good day!
Ms Smith 😊
How did you get on with the optical illusion on Friday? The elephant has 4 legs, some of the legs/feet blend into the background so it tricks your eyes! Could you find them all?
Today we have a riddle for you. Can you work it out? Leave a comment below if you think you know the answer then check tomorrow’s blog for the answer!
It’s as light as a feather, but the strongest person can’t hold it for more than five minutes. What is it?