Lots of children received books as Christmas presents and they have given me several recommendations. The trouble is, I love reading and want to read them all but don’t know where to start, especially as these books are parts of a larger series. I need some help! Which of these three books should I read first? You need to bear in mind I will then need to read the rest of the series because I always get hooked on a series once I start. Please help, giving the reasons for your suggestion. The books are:
Thank you. Mr Smith.
Update: Monday 9th January 2012
Thank you for all your comments over the weekend. At the moment The Diary of a Wimpy Kid has the most recommendations. I will wait a little longer before making my choice and I will then let you know how I am getting on.
I want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has responded to our first New Year Resolution. This was to become active bloggers and to post a comment this week. In two days we have had over 300 visits and 142 comments. That is brilliant, keep reading the posts and keep adding comments. If you would like to post something yourself, a story, a picture, your views on something in the news, your hobbies – then see Mr. Smith or your Class Teacher.
A New Year, a fresh start. Lots of people will be making a resolution to start something new, to do something better or to stop doing something that is unhealthy. Here are 6 possible suggestions for 2012.
On Tuesday, Mr Smith bombed the hangers we had constructed to protect our carefully constructed model Airfix spitfires. He asked us to place our hanger on a target, to place our model inside the hanger and then he dropped two 100g bombs on top of the hanger from a height of 2 metres. Here is the Year 6 Nessfield Spitfire squadron 2011.
Here are clips of 4 of the “air raids”. Click on the word in bold to view the video.
These are the voyages of the Nessfield Blogsite, it’s continuing mission to explore a strange new electronic world, to seek out new bloggers and new blogs, to boldly go where no Nessfield students have gone before.
and ……………….we are SO excited!
Every journey begins with a single step (in this case a key stroke) and this is our first blog. We look forward to hearing from all our future readers so read on and please leave a comment.
A blog can be very exciting, it allows people from all over the world to read our work and make comments. We need to remember to follow a few simple rules to stay safe and to get the most out of our blog.
Children are to only use their first name when commenting.
Parents who leave comments are asked to use their first name only so as not to identify their child. Or post comments as “Harry’s Mum” or “Megan’s Grandfather”.
All posts will be checked by school staff before they are published to the blog.
All comments are moderated by school staff before they appear on the blog.
Always be respectful for other people’s work – be positive if you are going to comment.
No text talk – write in full sentences and read your comments back carefully before submitting.
These rules should help to make the blog a safe and exciting home for our work.