Sunday, 19 August 2012

I'm having a Red, White and Black Patriotic Classroom this year!


As some of you may already know, I am from Trinidad and Tobago... (Where's that? North-east from Venezuela, at the base of the Lesser Antilles archipelago. It's two islands but one country). Well, this just so happens to be a big year for us. On August 31st, we celebrated our 50th year of Independence - Our Golden Anniversary. This inspired me to have patriotic theme in my classroom. I want everything to be red, white and black - our national colors.

I just started to decorate on Thursday and I will be posting pictures as I go along... so stay tuned!

2 comments:

Lisa said...

I love your idea! May I use it when Barbados' time comes? Happy Independence! I love your site, thank you!

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