4T Monday 11th May

Date: 11th May 2020 @ 8:01am

Good morning 4T,

This week’s home learning overview can be found on our class page. 

Go to 'Class Pages'; choose 4T and scroll down until you see 'Files to Download' - 'Year 4 Home Learning wb 11.05.20'.

Have a look at all of the activities and if you have any questions, reply to this blog or email me on 2email. If you can’t remember you Purple Mash login details, please ask an adult to contact the school office.

I hope you enjoyed the bank holiday for VE Day. I would love to hear if you did anything special such as a social distancing street party, made bunting or even got creative and made a cake for the occasion. If you have any pictures, please send them to me using Purple Mash 2email. I love getting messages from you and seeing the work that you have completed.

Remember to keep reading in any way you can. What books have you been reading?

Do you have any recommendations for your friends? 

It was lovely to catch up with you on Zoom last week. Your parents / carers will once again receive details of this week’s Zoom sessions by email. More information about the focus for this week’s Zoom session can be found on the Zoom Blog.

I look forward to hearing from you and hopefully seeing you this week for your Zoom session.

Mr Taziker

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Jessica L wrote:

Hi 4T
I hope everyone is ok, I had a good weekend.
we had a BBQ for VE day, some bunting hung up and some music on. It was fun.
I am reading Star Switch by Alesha Dixon, it is good.
Hope to see you all soon
:)

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Lily R wrote:

See you on zoom Mr T

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Jamie Court wrote:

Hi everyone we have had a afternoon tea for Ve day and we made bunting

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Jessica C wrote:

Hi 4T . We made cupcakes for VE day.

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Nicole R wrote:

Hi everyone,
I have been reading The Worlds Worst Children and Charlie and the great glass elevator. I made bunting to hang outside on VE day. I also celebrated my brothers 3rd Birthday.

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Jack Wood wrote:

Hi

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Bobby wrote:

Hi we had food and drinks on ve day and spent the evening in the hot tub it was fun see you tomorrow on zoom 😊

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Jack Wood wrote:

Hi everyone,
I have made 2 lots of pancakes so far and my favourite topping was sugar and lime. I am reading Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and Worlds Worst Teachers which are both good books. I am reading the whole set of Harry Potter books and am watching the films. I have also read all the World's Worst Children books.

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Freddie M wrote:

Hi Mr T
I went on the tractor with my dad on Saturday to collect food for the food bank with Middlewich Round Table. I saw lost of my friends and some Teachers when I was doing it I even saw Mrs Cooper and Jessica L
We had a social distancing Tea party with my mum and dad and grandparents that live right next to us.
Yesterday I took my dog on a walk and me and Isabelle has a water fight on Saturday too.

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Mia R wrote:

Hi everyone
I hope everyone is ok, I had a good weekend for VE Day.
We sat on the drive we had a bit of music to.
Hope you all ok.

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Maisy Moss wrote:

Hi Mr Taziker
I hope you and the rest of 4T had a lovely weekend we had a tea party in our garden for VE Day it was really fun. I have done lots of work today and will be going on tt rockstars soon
Love Maisy x

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Mr Taziker wrote:

Hi 4T,
It’s lovely to hear from so many of you today.
It sounds like you all had a good time celebrating VE Day on Friday.
I hope you take note of the book recommendations as well as reading is really important and is a good way to relax. It also helps pass the time.
Thanks for the fantastic pictures of bunting, your healthy meals, insect traps as well as loads of other things as well.
I’m looking forward to seeing you all this week for our Zoom lesson.
Mr Taziker

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Charlie wrote:

Hi 4T
I have some riddles for you. Blog me back the answers.
What gets wetter and wetter the more it dries?
What starts with T ends in T and you fill it with T?
What question can you never say no to?

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Nicole R wrote:

Hi Charlie I think I know some answers:
2) Teapot
3) Asleep
:)

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Nicole R wrote:

Hi 4T,
Try to guess my number
The nearest thousand is 6000
The nearest hundred is 5800
The nearest ten is 5770
Its an odd number
The one is between 4 and 6
What is my number????

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