The Flamingo Investigation Department have been basking in glory having solved ‘The mysterious case of the sinking flamingo’. They wrote a book about their adventure and in the last three years, over 4,700 five to eight year olds and their teachers
‘A lovely story. Perhaps some actual props would help – a flamingo etc. Then Safa got a flamingo out! Thank you!’ Reception class teacher ‘Lots of interactive questions and clues and movement meant the message was made really clear. Very
Come and learn how to explain what engineers do in language that is accessible to five to eight year olds with the help of an inquisitive and irrepressible flamingo (Frankie) and her faithful side kick Clarence – the crab who
Thanks to Tamica and Ciara (aged 8) Frankie the flamingo is now the proud owner of her very own self portrait as a pancake. And after we took this photo we tucked into it with gusto. Ten out of ten
Frankie the flamingo agrees probably anyone can be an artist but is very pleased that after Cath sketched her growing up she got Jon Evans on board to depict her as the suave cool flamingo she has grown up to be.
“I think it would help if we actually knew what engineers do!” suggested Clarence brightly. “Um… OK”, a half asleep Frankie replied doubtfully, wondering how she was going to solve that mystery as well as all the others. Sometimes, being
The FID have closed The mysterious case of the sinking flamingo. But they have several pending cases ready to go: The mysterious case of FOG in the sewers! The mysterious case of the block of wood that fell from outer
You can buy the ‘The mysterious case of the sinking flamingo’ via Amazon, or email us directly if you are a school, or want to buy multiple copies.
A series of worksheets for KS1&KS2
Adam Vaughan, an architect specialising in low-energy design, and a sponsor for the ‘Frankie the Flamingo’ Kickstarter campaign, has written a review of The Mysterious Case of the Sinking Flamingo for Tracing Green.