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“If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again.” – WE Hickson. Spanish, spelling, colouring, watching Dinosaur on DVD*, writing film reviews, and not answering in full sentences. Those pesky fragments are encroaching on noble sentence territory, and will… Continue Reading →

Stone Age Jewellery

We started the day by discussing Stone Age jewellery; what it was made from, what it looked like, and why people wear jewellery. We then designed and made our own necklaces from shells, wooden beads, and leather cord. To help… Continue Reading →

Spanish Day

An uneven start to the day but we pressed on with spelling practice and guided reading. (Diary of a Wimpy Kid* is a close runner up to the Stink chapter books.) Briefly breaking for snack, I took the opportunity to… Continue Reading →

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