1st year pupils have been looking for spectacular pictures in non-fiction books and hunting for the captions that explain what’s going on.
Today Mrs Jeffrey’s class were accompanied by a special visitor: Mrs Shearer from Cathedral Primary came along to shadow the class and keep an eye on them!
There was a strange theme to today’s class with more than eight people choosing spectacular cake decorations! We were all starving by the end of the period! There were also underwater volcanoes, truly gross fingernails and an enormous T-Rex.
At the last moment Lewis Donnelly and Kyle Ewing showed us a spectacular example of anamorphic pavement art by artist Edgar Mueller which they found in the Guinness Book of Records. Anamorphic pavement art is a kind of 3D drawing using special chalk on pavements. If you look at it from the wrong direction, it makes no sense. If you look at it from the right direction, it’s a spectacular 3D image.
You can find more cake books at 641.8 on the non-fiction shelves in the LRC.