Dear EP1 Red parents and guardians,
Next Tuesday the 30th of July I will be very proud to bring in one of my best friends to school for the duration of one Art lesson.
The reason for Lucky the Siberian Husky’s visits will be to teach the children of EP1 Red about the special adaptations that specific animals possess which allow them to live successfully within a specific habitat and to then draw and label these adaptations. For example in Lucky’s case, large padded paws to walk/run better on snow, lots of fur all over his body including inside his ears to keep him warm and a long snout to heat up the cold air which he may breathe (not in Thailand I grant you).
Next week the pupils of EP1 Red will be learning about the Arctic.
If this visit may be an issue with you then could you please inform me by E-mail or in person before next Tuesday.
My dog is exceptionally friendly and gentle and there is no danger from him what so ever.
Lucky the Siberian Husky during an Art lesson, posing the wrong way for the children of EP1 Red ‘class of 2012’.
I will always be present to oversee my dog.
I have taught these lessons with Lucky before, for my last two EP1 Red classes over the last two years.
Please refer to ‘MY DOGS’ in the categories menu on the right side of this blog for more information.
Kind regards……Teacher Chaz.
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