Let’s celebrate with this balloon picture

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David Curwen, centre, hugs his mother with whom he wa sreunited. Completing the group is his brother Keith

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Hello there my friends, and welcome to another fun-filled Chipper Club page.

I hope you’re all enjoying being back at school with your friends.

I bet you’re working really hard so I thought I’d give you a picture that will remind you of birthday parties and other celeb-rations.

Now you can colour and decorate balloons without the risk of making them go pop!

I want to see multicoloured balloons, glittery balloons, balloons covered in colourful tissue or fun stickers.

And why stick to the drawings we’ve printed here? If you’re feeling really artistic you can add some balloons of your own.

They could be in different shapes showing animals, stars, flowers, numbers or any of your favourite things.

Maybe you could even send a Chipper balloon, hint hint!

I’ll keep my paws crossed for that one.

Now that summer is over and the new school term is under way, I’m sure you’re learning lots of exciting things. But just in case you have room in your heads for even more fascinating facts here’s one.

A dog’s sense of smell is 100,000 times better than a human’s. That means we can sniff out all kinds of smells that human noses miss.

I don’t want to hear any of you saying that we also smell 100,000 worse than a human!

Until next week, it’s chip chip for now.

Chipper x