Category: 3) Funnies
A short, thought provoking and potentially controversial film, but then we should all ask questions… shouldn’t we??!
I am grateful to my dad for introducing me to the idea of mixed up animals. I have had some great fun with classes designing composite animals, drawing them and coming up with some poems.
I always start by telling them about our pet Camelephantelopelicanary, a cross between many exotic animals:
A Camelephantelopelicanary’s a strange and wonderful thing
The bits of its body are really quite shoddy so he’s all held together with string
Discovered, they say, on the first day of May by an explorer out wandering the Nile
The first thing he noted was the fact that it floated and its face was all covered in smile.
Here is a fun little invention you could use on a whiteboard to mix up two random creatures. Have fun!
MARCH 2011: THIS SITE SEEMS TO BE DOWN AT THE MOMENT BUT WELL WORTH CHECKING BACK TO SEE IF IT IS RESURRECTED
The two films we have seen at the cinema recently have made me decide something:
Unlike Pirates of the Caribbean III, I will not go rambling on aimlessly trying to squeeze more and more out of an empty plot line…
Instead, like Harry, Ron, Hermione and crew, I am going to take a decent summer break.
The blog and I will see you back here in September.
Until then, have fun…even if it doesn’t stop raining!!
Well… put it this way: I once did three maths tests. I failed FOUR!
There are three types of people when it comes to maths: Those who can and those who can’t.
p.s. only try this with a fully inflated scree net.
(On re-read, my example sounds like a classic Kenneth Williams as Rambling Sid Rumpo!! Here’s a link to an archive recording of Ken at his gruntnussocking best: http://youtube.com/watch?v=Dct_VJNLvAk
Thank you to “Mr W” for sending me this link.)
Now on the edge of Bodmin Moor and staying at the homely and welcoming Caradon Inn.
Georgina has just told me 3 good jokes and I want to share them with you. They really cheered ME up so I would love to share them with you.
Georgina’s jokes: What do you call a dear with no eyes? No idea!
What do you call a dear with no eyes and no legs? Still no idea!
What do you call a dear with no eyes and no legs on a trampoline? Still no flippin’ idea!
Thank you Georgina!
Games without frontiers.
Who needs front ears anyway?