Share the learning journey of 23 amazing Year 4 children at Fieldhead Carr Primary School, Leeds.
I Want 15 Moshling's From There! Ayisha
I Like Moshi-Monster's!
hay it is dylan the prsention was good
I think it is intrestingWilliam
well done michaela. from megan
i like moshi monsters aswell. from megan
Hello Year 4,The Moshi Monsters are certainly interesting little guys. I could see many children wishing they could collect them. :)@RossMannell (Team 100WC)Teacher (retired), N.S.W., Australia
Good work michale morgan and jessica for monday presontashion
Moshi Monsters Are Cool! Ayisha!
I really enjoyed my presition it was fun but a bit of a problem me and micheala forgot to bring our moshis thankfully
Hello Year 4,Greetings from Iowa, USA. I am a teacher-librarian in a building of 5th and 6th graders (Years 6 & 7). My daughter is in 3rd grade (which I think is close to Year 4) and LOVES Moshi Monsters.Here is a bit from Sofia: i have 11 moshi monsters and these are the moshis i have,cloudy,gingersnap, LIBRDY,su ya,blrup,gigi,a dragon,a flying dog with wings and dj quack ,last but not least some puffball guy that is in love with cloudy. Do you have LIBRDY?We posted a photo to my library blog (http://prairiecreeklibrary.blogspot.com/2012/10/collections.html). We're curious to know if you have the Moshi in the front center. The angle of photo 3 and 4 in your presentation made it easy to see your collections. We tried to take our photo at the same angle.Looking forward to your responses.Best, Mr. Cox and Sofia
Thank you for your comment Mr Cox and Sofia. Moshi Monsters seem to be very popular all over the world. I asked some of the children in my class if they had the Moshi in the front of the photo and William said he did and it's called Liberty. Is this the right name?I will ask my children to leave comments on your blog over the weekend.Regards,Mrs Warner