What I like about Sam's effort is that he came up with an original idea and didn't just copy something off the Internet or choose a super-hero. He based his design on lizards -- he loves lizards and dinosaurs!! It has a definite 'tribal' element about it, I think.
But, my goodness my grandson is a lazy boy! The mouth is a mess because I explained to him how he could make the teeth by drawing them with a marker on a clear sheet of one of those plastic clear pockets you use to keep documents from getting wet or dirty. He could then paint the mouth -- with red nail varnish and put the plastic with the teeth -- painted in with tipex! So I did a rough example to show him -- after his eyes glazed over and the inevitable, 'huhhhh??' came from his mouth!
"That's good enough" he insisted. By that time I was so flippen' sick of pushing him to get the
On the day the project was due and out of the house, I was enamoured to download two more homework projects from the school's website -- geography and RE (Religious Education). The geography project is to find out about one tourist resort in Europe and then design and make a tourist brochure, webpage or advertisement to provide information for tourists.
The RE task is to write about or make a power point presentation about "The Life and Times of Moses".
I think I've died and gone to hell... :-(