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Monthly Archives: September 2012
I finally remembered to take photos of my classroom! It was so much easier starting this school year knowing what I was in for! I’m in the same room, so I kept most of the organisation the same as what … Continue reading
On Friday morning we walked down the stairs to this sad sight: Our bananas got too heavy for the tree they were growing on! Luckily there’s another bunch growing behind the pizza oven. This time I’ll prop that thing up … Continue reading
Have you ever seen bananas growing on the tree? We have a banana tree at the bottom of our steps, so we’ve been watching them grow over the last month or so. While preparing to write this post I did some very … Continue reading
Thank you all for your sympathy and advice regarding our recent uninvited guests. We’ve now had 3 vermin-free nights inside the house. We have caught a couple with traps outside, but feel we’re safe to assume they won’t be coming … Continue reading
One of my favourite children’s novels is called Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH. This Newberry Award winning book is the story of a widowed mouse with a sick child who seeks the assistance of the local pack of … Continue reading
Teachers are lucky in that we get 2 New Year’s for most people’s one – January and August/September. Just as most of the world reflects on the past and looks to the future around New Year’s Day, I find myself … Continue reading