In Spring 2, children have participated in a class-scale project to build a large Viking ship! They decided on their own success criteria and organised themselves into teams in order to complete this challenge, thinking carefully about the time scale involved. This has been a difficult project for the children, however they have completed it with patience, technique and fervour!
They can now enjoy their work as they use it as a quiet reading space within the classroom and they look very pleased with the outcome - well done Year 4!!
Making our Bread!
After weeks of investigating current products and a thorough designing process, children were finally able to make their own bread! Many enjoyed the taste of their bread and some decided on a few changes if they were to make it again.
Here are the children's final products!
Experimenting with Dough!
As part of the process for designing and making bread, children measured the ingredients and made salt dough. They then practised kneading and experimented with different shapes. Here's what happened!
Evaluating Existing Products
This half term, the children have started to look at the history of bread in Britain and successful ventures into this industry. As part of our unit, we have studied the history of Warburtons and have started to examine the products currently on the market. Children tried four types of bread: white, brown, seeded and mediterranean, with mixed results! Here's how we got on...