We drew pictures on our shields to show ourselves, our families and friends, our hobbies and our ambitions.
We had to try and work out who had drawn each shield!
We are studying French in Class 3. Monsieur Oursin came in once a week for French conversation. We are also starting to write in French as well.
The second photograph shows our letters that we wrote in French to Father Christmas.
We hope he understood them!
Here are some of the cushions that we made as part of our topic "Out of This World!"
We used a starch paste and a large syringe to draw a design based on the Solar System onto fabric. Once dry, we had to pick off the hard paste and then iron the fabric.
We then used the electric sewing machine to produce our cushions.
Here are some of them below.
The first photograph below shows a display that we produced based on research into endangered species around the world.
The last two photographs show our sporty silhouettes on a colourful background.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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