Hello to all TwoFish participants.
Week six is complete and we’ve many more photos and ideas to share in our newsletter.
This week we saw, Halloween pumpkins, stone painting, treasure hunts, secret agents, refreshing drinks and even movies.
Leda and Robert made a new escape room together, it was really funny and challenging. Everyone enjoyed doing it.
Magi got the stones she asked for and painted them. Chris is almost finished one of his big projects.
We’ve many more new ideas for projects and games in our Pinterest account. Have you visited it recently?
That’s all from me, see you in your next class.
What belongs to you but is used more by others?
See the answer at the bottom of the page.
Somebody made a dreamcatcher. Do you know who it is?
Lora, Deyan and Yakov found the secret agent. There’s a new challenge this week. Can you find Wally?
Magi got her stones and painted them different colours.
Chis is almost finished one of his big projects. One more week to go.
This team had a treasure hunt. It was difficult but they finished it and shared the treasure.
Do you know that you can make art with tape and paints?
For more art ideas, click here.
Here’s a great idea using stones and a candle. Would you like to make one of these?
For more craft ideas, click here.
Parachutes are great fun to make. Can you think of the best materials to use?
For more challenges, click here.
This looks like a lot of fun. Can you think of rules for this game?
For more team 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.
FRED FED TED BREAD
AND TED FED FRED BREAD.
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?
Today I don’t feel like doing anything
I just wanna lay in my bed
Don’t feel like picking up my phone
So leave a message at the tone
‘Cause today I swear I’m not doing anything
Click here for all the lyrics.
This week we’ve got a new listening challenge.
Have you heard about ‘Where’s Wally?’
It’s a British children’s puzzle book created by the English illustrator Martin Handford.
In the picture to the left, Wally is hiding somewhere on the beach.
Listen to the audio for some clues as to where he is standing.
Here is something else to help you.
Our first month is complete and I’d like to hear and see all about your favourite memories from October.
Take some paper and begin to draw pictures of your memories. Add some colour and words.
When you are finished drawing, you can make some sentences about what you have drawn.
Using a smart phone, make a video or an audio recording of your favourite memories from October at TwoFish.
Show it to Robert when you see him next.
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