Bouncing Back to (Not) School

It’s back to school for school kids and not back to school for home educated ones. What better way to bounce back into learning than with Sketch Tuesday? The first assignment of the new school year was to “sketch something that bounces“. Cue an education in 1970s TV programmes, and a drawing of Zebedee from the Magic Roundabout.

Here’s mine:

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And here’s Rafe’s (if he is going to keep writing his real name on his drawings, it seems a bit pointless to carry on with the Waif pseudonym!!)

bounce - r

Don’t worry, we have also covered geography, with a game of City Country World 🙂 which, needless to say, Rafe won!

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And this afternoon it’s down to the local swimming pool! Who needs school?

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One thought on “Bouncing Back to (Not) School

  1. Ben Naga says:

    Shouldn’t you have covered Zebedee back in spring? 😛

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