Conversations in Red and Yellow Class

This week I have decided to use some photos and conversations to see if you can “guess what went on”. I think they show quite a lot.

Conversation 1

‘Hello’

‘Hello’

‘What’s that?’

‘They taking one’

‘Yours the proper one’

‘Buttons’

‘Aha, that one’

Conversation 2

‘Hello’

‘I’m on holiday’

“Where?’

‘Egypt’

‘What did you see?” (whoops-interesting that I change it from the present tense to the past rather than keeping the current game going as if it’s happening now)

‘Aminals’

‘What animals?’

‘Tyrannasuarus” (that threw me!)

Conversation 3

‘My Dad can break things’

‘What can he break?’

‘Chairs’

‘Why does he break things?’

‘Cos he’s grumpy’

Conversation 4

‘Remember the rocket picture?”

I didn’t or couldn’t remember.

‘We did it outside” he said to try and help me.

‘Oh yes” I’m afraid I lied here

‘I still got it, it’s on the fridge’

Pancake Day - so the fire alarm went off and we had a full fire drill. H whispered lots, but difficult to catch. They were very absorbed in making food together, chatting away. We also had mobile phone soup, of course, always goes with pancakes. It was a very calm group so it didn’t feel right to put the fast tidy up music on, the tidying/sorting happened very efficiently without my manic input!

G carried on stacking, A watched the effect of pulling the ribbons that were attached to the cupboards. I had started tying up the studio (this comes from a hippy art teacher I had who got us to tie up the whole of our classroom with string, it was the 1970’s, and it has stayed with me all this time even though I had no idea what it was all about at the time - or even now. It had a massive effect but I’ve never felt the need to examine that. Maybe I should. My dad, who was an art teacher, was very dismissive of it at the time. What art thing has stuck in your mind I wonder?)

J loved to climb into the box, A was singing “strawberry ice cream, ice cream, sprinkle ice cream, chocolate ice cream, ice cream’ It was very catching.