This week, we made bread rolls! We then used our experience of making the rolls to help us write the instructions needed. Can you remember how we made them?
For your Home Learning, we would like you to write the instructions needed to make a simple recipe or something else of your choice. Do you know the steps needed to make your favourite meal? Maybe you know how to make a sandwich. You can even choose to write the instructions on how to make a dish from a different country! Don’t forget to use your time connectives (first, next, then, after that, finally etc).
Bring your instructions in to show the class (you can draw pictures too) or post them in the comments below so we can all give them a try at home.
Today, we made bread rolls with Ms Jayne, from Nourish! What ingredients did we use? Can you remember what we did? Use the pictures below and the time connectives ‘first’, ‘next’, ‘after’, ‘then’ and ‘finally’ to help you.
As part of our topic, ‘Fire, Fire!’ we received a visit from the London Fire Brigade! How has the Fire Brigade changed since 1666? What was your favourite part of the afternoon?
‘I liked seeing my friends wearing the helmet!’ – Noah ‘I liked when we saw all the hoses’ – Emmanuella ‘The firefighters made it rain with the hose and it went on my face!’ – Malaika ‘I enjoyed everything!!!’ – Jacob C ‘When we were in the truck one of the fire fighters told us a funny joke!’ – Orla ‘The helmet was quite heavy’ – Olivia ‘The whole thing was so fun!’ – Lilly-Rose ‘I liked looking at the big scissors (jaws of life)’ – Victoria ‘Looking at the air tanks was fun!’ – Frida