In December E.Rasmus was with the fourth graders for few days. He could learn Slovak, Maths, Biology and he sang and drew.
December 20th Mr.E.Rasmus visited the town of Žilina. Žilina is 10 kilometers far away from our town, it is a lot bigger and more people live there. E.Rasmus travelled by train together with pupils from 6.A. They visited Rosenfeld´s palace where, in the attic, the exposion of puppets was waiting for them. After they took part in a workshop - they made their puppets.
Christmas of 2019 - E.Rasmus spent it with a family of Vanesa from 6.A. He helped her to bake cookies, he decorated Christmas tree and relaxed watching TV. E.Rasmus met friends of Vanesa.
E.Rasmus also spent a week with Lucia and her family. Saturday was a cleaning day and he liked it. He washed floors, made beds, washed the dishes. Lucia´s mum works in a library that means he visited it and read a lot of books. They read a book about Slovakia too.
Season of the pandemic was weird. E. Rasmus met up with a turtle called Ophelia and he spent a few weeks with her. Ophelia came because of e-twinning. They were happy, when the youngest pupils came back to school in June. E. Rasmus and Ophelia were telling each other stories during the quarantine. E. Rasmus was travelling through Europe, he was in Germany, Greece, Spain and in Italy. E-twinner Ophelia travelled to Slovakia by plane from Greece and she was telling him about the sea.
At the end of September 2020 E. Rasmus, the fourth graders from 4.A class and the fifth graders from 5.B were making posters about languages in Europe. They learned new names of countries and nationalities in English language and they found out about partner schools and current Erasmus+ projects with Mr. Erasmus. You can still find the poster in a school corridor. Now, everyone should know that our Erasmus+ partners are schools from Greece, Germany, Spain, but also from Finland, or Italy. Pupils also learned that Czech and Croatian people belong to Slav people linguistically, because they have similar language to ours, or that Austrian and Belgian languages don't exist.
Pupils from 5.C class were making dialogues. Duos from France, Finland, Italy, Spain and Germany met up in one room. They used English for making acquaintance, but their task was to learn their classmates to greet each other using their native language. Except Hello, you could hear Salut, Hola, Addios, Näkkemin, Bonjour, Guten Tag, Adios and many more.
In October 2020, Mr. Erasmus experienced happy Erasmus Days in Slovak school. The fifth graders were asking him a lot of questions and they filled his birth certificate. They found out everything about him, even his favorite food. Can you guess which one is it?
Since Corona virus closed all schools, E. Rasmus stayed in Slovakia longer than everyone expected. He couldn't travel to the Czech Republic. No children came to Slovakia, because the borders were closed due to Covid-19. In spring 2021 he is travelling home. His journey will end in Germany where he can finally meet his friends again in E. Kastner Primary School in Leipzig.
Goodbye! Stay safe an healthy!
Written by Zuzka and Diana, the 8Graders