Hello to all TwoFish participants.

Last week at TwoFish, Lori decided to help organise the costumes and Kamen helped to organise some games in the classroom.

Gery wrote a story about her day in the mountains and the participants are really enjoying the ideas that Lora and Deyan are giving to the newsletter. Nino, Lily and Maria have given a challenge to all TwoFish participants and Ivan made a video about a motorised cleaning machine he made in class.

I am taking suggestions for books to buy for the classroom and we’ve another Christmas song included in this week’s newsletter. Maybe you’d enjoy singing it and making a video for the newsletter?  

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

Look for new ideas.

Help to make the classroom better.

This week’s riddle

What is always coming, but never actually arrives?

See the answer at the bottom of the page.

Feature story

This was written by Gery.

I’m Gery and I am ten years old. I was in the mountains and I took some photos there. It was pleasant  in the mountains because of the snow.

This snow looks like a piece of cake. The snow had turned into crystals and this was the cake topping.

The sun stood right between the trees and that was very interesting. There are amazing views in the mountains.

А little pine was frozen in the snow and it seemed like someone had spent hours making it. It was amazing and I was impressed.

The trees had formed a hole and the sun was passing through it, onto the snow. It was a very beautiful view.

Last week at TwoFish

Magi is making a list of the things she needs for a project.

Chris made a motor car. It can drive on the floor.

Irenka and Galena opened a sushi and pancake shop.

Oggi is making an air pump. It isn’t finished yet.

Dara and Thea are searching for the key to the treasure chest. It’s not behind the clock.

Click here to see all the pictures from last week.

Ideas for class


You can make a Christmas card for someone special. What do you think?

For more craft ideas, click here.


You can paint some stones and make a story with them.  Would you like to play this game?

For more acting ideas, click here.


This  robot can squiggle. Would you like to try it?

For more electrical challenges, click here.

Musical instruments

This is a simple musical instrument.  They are called castanets .

For more about musical instruments, click here.

Click here to see many more ideas for class.

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Things to do at home

Somewhere in the classroom, the key is hidden. If you can say the words, you will get a clue where to find it.





If you can find the key and open the treasure chest, there are some treats inside.

This is a great song. Maybe you can sing along?

Have a holly jolly Christmas
It’s the best time of the year
Well I don’t know if there’ll be snow
But have a cup of cheer

Click here for all the lyrics.

The participants from the Thursday group have got a challenge for you.

Nino, Maria and Lily want to know if you can do something quite difficult.

Would you like to challenge them?

Here is a great crossword puzzle.

Can you think of the verb that’s missing from each sentence?

A verb is a word used to describe an action.

Here is a list of projects for you to think about.
I and some of the other participants could use your help.
There are many things for you to do.
Just click here to find out more.

There is at least one mistake in all of the sentences.

Can you find them?

  1. He’s been living in Italian for two years.
  2. Did you heard that strange noise?
  3. He forgot to bring his project with he.
  4. This shoes are really big.
  5. He’s to young to come to English.
  6. These pencils costed a lot of money.
  7. I’d really like to go on a African holiday.
  8. Each of this apples is delicious.
  9. You don’t like art, don’t you?
  10. Can you give me these cups?

The answer to this week’s riddle