– hundreds and thousands or chocolate chips (to serve)
STEP 1 Place the milk, sugar and vanilla into the doubled-up medium zip-seal bags. Close and secure with sticky tape if the seal isn’t strong. Tip the ice and salt into the large bag, then place the smaller bags inside the larger one, and seal well.
STEP 2 You will need to keep the bags moving for 10-15 mins to freeze the milk. Gently throw the bag from hand to hand or take turns shaking it – it’s a good idea to wear gloves to keep your hands warm! Remove the ice-cream bag, open and scoop into bowls. Sprinkle with hundreds & thousands.
THE SCIENCE BIT
Under normal circumstances, water freezes at 0C. But adding salt to the ice lowers the temperature to -10C, meaning the milk freezes in minutes.
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For further support in maths, there are lots of ways you can support them – playing card games or board games for example, or asking questions like “Dinner will be in 20 minutes – what time will it be ready?”
Here are some more ideas:
It’s also really important that your child is reading regularly at home. Reading for 20 minutes a day exposes them to nearly 2,000,000 words a year, and will not only help develop their vocabulary, but also their understanding of grammar and sentence structure. It will also broaden their understanding of all sorts of topics! It also has been shown to help develop empathy. Reading doesn’t have to be of fiction books – it can be non-fiction, magazines, comics, newspapers, internet articles, cereal packets… anything!
We have just finished our English unit around Oliver Jeffers’ Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth. It has been lovely to discuss our world and our role in it, and the children have produced some beautiful artwork to go alongside it.
Here you can see the children painting wonderful watercolour self portraits.