Friday, 10 January 2014

Pterodactyls and missing teeth

Happy New Year everyone!

Welcome back little learners, welcome back Team, welcome back faithful readers, and a very warm welcome to any new readers to Sunnysiders.

It may be cold and blustery around the coast of Whippy Cove, but this is the start of the Spring Term. Just the mere mention of Spring and Mrs Jolly, Mrs Very Jolly, Miss Kind, Mrs Caring, Mrs Crayon and Mrs Organised, have an overwhelming desire to burst into song and teach the little Sunnyside learners songs about shiny chickens' eggs, free wheeling through flowering meadows, sunshine and showers, and of course the ever elusive yet remarkably generous, Easter Rabbit. 

However, before anyone dare think about learning any new songs for Spring, there's a brand new topic for the little Sunnyside learners to get their teeth into........Traditional Tales.

Speaking of teeth, the little Reception learners of Sunnyside School, were very keen to share all their Christmas news this morning. The Team heard fascinating tales about Father Christmas bringing them everything from Pterodactyls to motor scooters, and life-size robots (so say), to games where, "the thing next to the red thing goes up to the top...... then you have to make it come down...... and if it touches the green bit you have to start again". 

One particular little learner though couldn't wait a single moment to share her Christmas news, because as she bounded through the classroom door (sporting a rather unusual grin), she announced to Mrs Crayon that during the two week break she had lost one of her teeth and grown "more longer".

After being forced to marvel (several times) at the gaping hole in the little learner's mammoth grin, Mrs Crayon was jolly glad that during the Christmas break, she hadn't lost one of her teeth or grown more longer......a little wider maybe...... but definitely not longer!

My best Present

Christmas was exciting,
But if you want the honest truth,
I'm just thrilled I've grown more bigger,
And I've gone and lost me tooth!

"Is it time to show you me missing tooth again?"

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