I spy with my little eye

Shorts: Only, Bag: New Yorker, Shirt: H&M

….something that is red! This is a great game to use in your classes when teaching foreign languages at primary school level. Your pupils will have so much fun training vocabulary in a playful way.

“I spy with my little eye something that is red” is also what you do a lot when visiting London.

I have spent a few days in London for a course recently and managed to squeeze in a bit of sight seeing as well. Have a look at my little photo diary and seeing red all of the sudden gets another meaning, doesn’t it?

Like always: The meaning of communication is defined by its context!

Enjoy the photos. I am sure your eye will spy something red in all of them.

Being Dutch I just had to visit Holland Park

Two traditional London reds at the Royal Academy of Arts

Thames Path, for walkers only and ‘only’ 184 miles long

A free car wash

Mind the gap!

“Will all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood Clean from my hand?” Shakespeare

Spot the souvenirs

I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this blog post as much as I have creating it.

Love,

Lieske

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