Moon, the earth and twinkle, twinkle little stars

Mostly, when you start your day, you may listen to the weather forecast. Just as a reminder to not forget the umbrella of course! Usually, you would hear:

“Today, there will be bits of showers followed by sunny spells.”

This weather was today as well, except that it was flashing and cold. But this didn’t bother us as much, as we were sitting inside and listen to Dickie explaining that there is gravity going out from the moon which causes low and high tides to the earth!

James meanwhile trained his singing for the pub later on and showed us a perfect singing performance  of  “Twinkle, twinkle little star!”

AdventureWe also learnt how to draw Ireland (but you are not allowed to draw a face in it!).

Yeah, that’s how class went today with Dickie! Now we all can predict the waves and who cares if you get wet from above when a wave is under your feet!

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