Hello to all TwoFish participants.

It’s the end of the term.

Hasen’t it gone by very fast?

We’ve had so much fun and creativity, many new ideas and discoveries. I’d like to thank Alice, Barry, Venelina and Venny for all their time and positive energy. It has been an incredible few months for all of us. We’ve all learned something valuable and I think they all join me in thanking you for the time we shared.

Some of you already know Alice, some of you do not. Alice is an English teacher from London. She will be joining the TwoFish team in January and you’ll all get to meet her. That means two English teachers in every group!

While I’m visiting my family in Ireland, I will be searching the local book shops for you. Please send me a SMS, Viber or Facebook message if you think of a book you’d like me to get. I’ve got some requests already.   

Classes resume the week beginning Thursday 11th January.

Until then, a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year to all of you.

Don’t forget to save your new ideas and share them with me when I see you in January.

That’s all from me for this Christmas edition and  see you in 2018.

Robert – senior editor

Deyan – researcher

Lora – researcher

Gery – writer and researcher

Magi and Lori are working on a project together. They are reorganising all the costumes in the green room.

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Highlights from the first term.

See the full album of highlights.

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Last week at TwoFish

Emma put the blue and white stones in the tube.

Magi and Martin are playing angry birds.

Izabel is making a refreshing fruit drink.

Vasi is doing an escape room challenge.

Sophia and Boris are very happy with their weapons.

See all the pictures from last week.

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Things to do at home

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

You could never know what it’s like.
Your blood like winter freezes just like ice.
And there’s a cold lonely light that shines from you.
You’ll wind up like the wreck you hide behind that mask you use.

Click here for more songs like this.

Here is a hangman puzzle puzzle.

Can you think of the animal?

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Here is a great crossword puzzle.

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

A verb is a word used to describe an action.

Click here for more crosswords.

This story is from is the BBC website for learning English.

In this story they ask the question ‘should school children have jobs?’

What do you think?

For more stories like this, click here.

Here’s a great online English teacher.

He makes interesting lessons and he’s got many videos.

Maybe you’ll enjoy learning from him?