Hello to all TwoFish participants.
This week we’ve got crosswords, stories, treasure hunts and much much more.
We received many new ideas for the newsletter this week, they’re brilliant and keep them coming!
By the way, if you’re interested in adding ideas to the newsletter, please click here for more information.
That’s all from me and the newsletter team, see you in your next class.
Robert – senior editor
Deyan – researcher
Lora – researcher
Gery – writer and researcher
Plan big projects.
Read great books.
What is as big as an elephant, but weighs nothing at all?
See the answer at the bottom of the page
This red puppet looks a little angry.
Dani is using the vertical drill.
Lori and Sofia are making slime bubbles.
Irenka is watching Aya’s puppet show.
Chris is making a tall pyramid.
Krum and Emma are making a story in the sandpit.
Yakov is training for a serious game.
Kari and Lora are doing an escape room challenge.
Magi and Yoana are making pizza.
Ina is making a small robot.
Can you draw Batman?
For more drawing ideas, click here.
Can you make a cute bat?
For more craft ideas, click here.
Can you make this musical instrument?
For more musical instruments, click here.
Can you build a tower together?
For more games, click here.
Can you make this game?
For more challenges, click here.
Somewhere in the classroom, the key is hidden. If you can say the words, you will get a clue where to find it.
HOW MANY COOKIES COULD A GOOD COOK COOK IF A GOOD COOK COULD COOK COOKIES?
A GOOD COOK COULD COOK AS MUCH COOKIES AS A GOOD COOK WHO COULD COOK COOKIES.
If you can find the key and open the treasure chest, there are some treats inside.
This is funny song about coconuts. Maybe you can sing along?
The coconut nut is a giant nut
If you eat too much, you’ll get very fat
Now, the coconut nut is a big, big nut
But it’s delicious nut is not a nut
Here is a great crossword puzzle.
Can you think of the opposite word?
Sometimes we use the word ‘very’ more than we need to.
Here are some special words you can use instead of ‘very’ to describe what you mean.
For example, if you’re very hungry, instead, you could say that you’re starving.
See if you can find a special word you’d like to use.
This week, we have got another story for you.
Here is a story about two sharks and one fish.
Or try this link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BZDO3JFM1zpZPFHcn7UcyWvgzSMDB2SWAqJfw5DOE28/edit?usp=sharing
The story is not finished, can you imagine what happens next?
In the next class, you can act out your ideas with us.
An elephant’s shadow.