This week looks really interesting, as it is all about learning about schools around the world.
Here is the link to the instructions for this week. Week 6 instructions
Don’t forget to put your blog post onto the google form so others can see it. Here is the link
Google form link
It’s been a real shame that we have missed out on some of the student blogging challenge because of lock down. Here is this weeks challenge and it ties in nicely with what we were learning about in term 1.
Here is the link to the instructions Week 5 instructions
If you do this – don’t forget to add your post to the google form so other student bloggers can see your post and comment. Here is the link to the form GOOGLE FORM
Last night I started a new book by my favourite author – Alexander McCall Smith. I have read nearly all of his books. He tends to write series and my favourite series is the 44 Scotland Street series. He is a Scottish author and his books are very character driven. This means there is not a lot of action but you get to know the characters really well and their funny little quirks. I love that about his writing.
The book I started last night is called ‘The peppermint tea chronicles’ and I read only one chapter which is unusual for me normally, but because I have to wake up at 2am to give my husband his medication, I am getting quite tired. Anyway, the book started off with two characters, Angus and Domenica, a married couple, talking about how people need to be more humble and not so narcissistic (which means thinking very highly about oneself – sort of like a showoff).
I am looking forward to reading more tonight.