Also a massive well done to my Stepson Callum, who I think you will agree, steals the show!
Teachers Dance 2012
Teachers Dance 2011
Teachers Dance 2010
Abandoned playground in Syria pic.twitter.com/h6BHzsXyHw
— Abandoned (@AbandonedPics) August 20, 2013
Rog pic.twitter.com/7lj1KRJu8tThese two very amusing accounts provide pictures where two different animals have been mixed together to create a new, often hilarious looking, animal. The pictures look very realistic and open the door to some really interesting descriptive writing. Children could choose one of the hybrid animals and describe it, think about features of the two animals it has come from and write a non chronological report about where it lives, what it eats, how it catches food and how it hides from predators. The children can be really creative about writing a profile for each of these animals and it links brilliantly with Science topics looking at habitats and adaptation.
— Animal Mashups (@AnimalMashups) October 25, 2013
An 8-year-old boy wrote a letter to Santa asking for help to stop his twin sister from being bullied at school. pic.twitter.com/HQZ7DfdHwx
— Pics with a Story (@Picswithastory) November 1, 2013
— Combined History (@CombinedHistory) November 2, 2013
Thanks to twitter I was able to acquire a number of superhero names that can be used (thanks to Bryn Goodman, @Jwjmcdon, Celtic Hippie, @RedgieRob, @AlanPeat and @InspiredMinds for all their suggestions) here are some you could use: