Ready for School!

My friends are going to start at school in Reception class this week and I’m starting world school! I wish I could see them!

We looked at my books the other day and got things ready. My friend emailed and told me she is getting new school shoes. I’m having flip flops and my new dress that I got in Morro do Sao Paulo.

I have been practicing my numbers all the summer, writing them in the sand and on the and practicing them when we play cards and now I’m doing letters.

Look what I did on the iPhone with Zoe
I did all the things on my own to put in the boxes. Can I show you now?

(Zoe : it was words that end in ‘at’ and ‘en’ – and she had to match up the picture with the word. She did them nearly all on her own)

Zoe finds the ‘word family’ app on Mum’s iPhone again and they snuggle with Dad on the top bunk in our cabin so Lara can show him what she can do…

Here’s what I had to do and every time I complete one I get a dinosaur!! See? I’m starting to do phonics with mummy like at school too and I know that ‘a’ is for ant crawling up your arm! We have seen plenty of ants – they’re very big in Brazil and they can bite.

I really like living in Brazil but I’m starting to worry about forgetting about England!!

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Pauline and Alan
    Sep 04, 2012 @ 11:54:10

    Lara

    We are so pleased to read all the news about your adventures. Here in Spain all the tourists have gone home now, all over Europe, so that their children can start school again. We are pleased that you are enjoying your voyage but, at the same time, are about to start your new school term. Hope it is fun! Love to you all from Alan and Pauline
    Daddy will remember us.

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  2. Siobhan Claudine Chapman
    Sep 04, 2012 @ 12:57:45

    Hi Lara
    My daughter Tilly is at school today for her first day in Reception class. Your Mummy and I went to school together and on Saturday night I met up with some of our old school friends and we were remembering our time at school. I’m sure your school friends are looking forward to hearing about all your adventures – you will have so much to tell them. So much more fun learning your phonics with real live examples 🙂
    Have lots of fun
    Siobhan xx

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  3. Bill Cook
    Sep 04, 2012 @ 16:57:48

    H is for hat that your dad should have put on.

    Reply

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