Thanks to Gabrielle for sharing this delightful display celebrating 150 years of Alice in Wonderland.
Here are her comments:
'To celebrate Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland turning 150 this year I put together a display of images illustrating how Alice has been portrayed over that time. I borrowed my daughter’s copy of Robert Sabuda’s gorgeous pop-up edition of Alice, and created a tea-party around it (I even found a little china dormouse to pop out of a teapot!). As always I am also running a colouring-in competition (girls are never too old to colour-in). Over several lunchtimes we screened Disney’s original Alice movie, followed by Tim Burton’s adaptation (guess which one was more popular)'.
Christine was inspired to create this awesome display from a picture on Pintrest. It was interesting to hear that many of her students had not seen records before and couldn't believe they were so big and that you had to turn them over to hear all the songs!
Thanks to Gabrielle, from Parramatta NSW, for sharing her 2015 ANZAC display. It has a personal touch this year with an emphasis on how war has affected families within the school community. She particularly focused on the written word and the importance of letters, both for the person far from their loved ones and for those waiting at home.
I'm sure it was extremely interesting and informative for all involved.