Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Remembrance Day

Today at our home education group we made posters for remembrance day. Hannah drew a big cross, some grave stones, a poppy, a soldier and a medal on hers. We talked about the reason for remembrance day and about the 2nd world war first and then the children made their posters to show what Remembrance day meant to them. The soldier in Hannah's picture is her great granddad who died during the war.

The second part of our meeting today was all about Isambard Brunel, as we are studying famous Victorians, and Hannah learned all about the things that he designed and built.

Afterwards we all went to play in the Park, and headed into the Park Cafe when it rained, where the Hannah's spent a happy time doing puzzles and drinking babychino's!

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