It was well worth the wait!!
A couple of months ago, we wrote letters to a local Bookbinder. He replied and offered to come to visit our class to show us what sort of things Tom Valentine Bookbinders does. This prospect inspired us to write our own books and we linked to some of them in a blog post. You can read the post by clicking HERE
When Louis visited our class on Friday, we were all amazed and delighted that he’d read all our finished stories … and had made them into real books – we’re going to design our own illustrations for the front covers. We’ll post pictures of them on here soon.
Meanwhile, Andrew and Kian had the job of writing up what we learned from the visit
Natasha, Charlotte and Mason had the job of ‘tweeting’ about the visit. Follow us on twitter at: http://twitter.com/cpsprimary6v
Kyle, Ryan and Andrew were the photographers
Lots of us contributed to the Photostory about the visit
It was great fun!!
Just testing my gravatar
I can’tremember the twitter username!!!
cpsprimary6v …. do you know the password? I’ll leave a comment on your blog with it. Don’t publish it 🙂
Hi i’m Charlotte from the Chapelhall Smarties and our head teacher Mrs Brown would like to say a specail hello to Mrs Vass as she used to work in Falkirk. We were also wondering if you would like to vvisit our blog it is Chapelhall Smarties bye!
It might just be my computer, but the pages on my eportfolio
How do you get ontothe maths blog?
Here’s a link to the new Glow class blog. I’ve put on another new post:
The Glow maths blog is here:
And here’s the link to some othe school blogs you asked for:
See you tomorrow 🙂