Eli’s Second Blog Entry

As introduced previously, we have taken Eli out of school to go on educational daytrips; in exchange for these excused absences, we have asked him to write a short theme. We later realized that his themes would do very well as blog posts. In order to facilitate this, I am posting both an image and a transcription of each theme (as mentioned before, the transcriptions will be literally that– we will maintain Eli’s spelling choices, etc.). Without further preamble, allow me to present the Stonehenge / Salisbury Cathedral theme, second in the series (though, let us not forget, it was written first).

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A page of Eli's homework

Eli's First Self-Directed Theme

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I Went To Stonehenge.

I Loved it! It was fun! I liked

the part where I went to the gift

shop because I Liked getting

my Build it yourself Stone Henge and

my Horrible Histories Book. when

I got home I made a Lego stone


I went to salisbury cathedral

I liked it! It was fun!

I liked it because it was so

BIG! My dad took a picture

of me by the medieval clock.

Going to them: I rode on a


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We include the picture of Eli “by the medieval clock” for your viewing pleasure.

Eli and the Medieval Clock

Eli and the Salisbury Cathedral (Medieval) Clock


Filed under Going To English School, In England

2 responses to “Eli’s Second Blog Entry

  1. natasha

    Adorable! Love his blogs…very well done.

  2. Muriel Dalley

    I love it! And I love you! You are a great
    traveler and a great theme/blog writer.
    keep them and make a journal when you
    get back home! Also,Finley, you are doing
    excellent camera work. Good job! I love
    it! And I love You!

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