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Friday at 8:26am

We have had great fun this week exploring our faces as part of our Who am I? topic. We took photographs and then cut them up into halves or quarters. With the halves we worked with a partner and drew the 'other' side of our face and then drew our partner's 'missing' half.

With the quarters we mixed them all up and then took four pieces and stuck them together to make a new person. You have to look really carefully at the new person to see who it is made up of. We would like you to come in and play the Who am I? game for yourselves.

All of our pictures are on the display boards outside our classrooms.
With the quarters we mixed them all up and then took four pieces and stuck them together to make a new person. You have to look really carefully at the new person to see who it is made up of. We would like you to come in and play the Who am I? game for yourselves. 
 


Comments that people have made about this blog post

Comment 1 Comment by liberty on 23 Sep 11 at 4:15pm | Quote this comment
They are brilliant! :eek:
Comment 2 Comment by Ella B on 03 Oct 11 at 1:49pm | Quote this comment
It is hard to work out who they are of. When i went down to help the receptions I saw them and tried to work it out.
Comment 3 Comment by Thomas S on 04 Oct 11 at 4:49pm | Quote this comment
well done they are brilliant :-)
Comment 4 Comment by Jasmine F on 13 Oct 11 at 9:33am | Quote this comment
Very well done key stage 1 they are looking good.Keep up the great work.
Comment 5 Comment by Lauren J on 13 Oct 11 at 9:34am | Quote this comment
AMAZING!111!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Comment 6 Comment by Brendan on 13 Oct 11 at 11:37am | Quote this comment
My friend is on the front page. You should try it.

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