P3/4 Mrs Duggan's Class

P3/4 Mrs Duggan's Class

Shrove Tuesday

ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Tue, February 13, 2018 11:16AM
Inez showed us how to make pancakes today. We found out that years ago everyone had to use up all the eggs, butter and flour before Lent started. During Lent people give something up until Easter. The pancakes went down a treat everyone loved them. Thank you Inez!

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ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Fri, February 09, 2018 02:57PM
This week we have been working on money and making sure we can pay for items using the correct coins. We have also worked hard to find different ways of making the same amount. P3 had a go at working out change using jumps. Well done P3!

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WW2 photos

ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Fri, February 09, 2018 02:54PM
My Gran was a nurse during the war and helped care for the injured. P3/4 loved seeing her mums old belt and bag which she would have worn during the war.

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WW2 Medals

ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Fri, February 09, 2018 02:44PM
I brought in my grandad's WW2 medals for the children to look at. He was a medic in the RAF and he also had to get the planes ready to go again when they came in to refuel. He fought in Germany, Italy, France and Africa and received the Africa Star, the Italy and France Star and the Germany Star. He lived in Scotland and was told to join the RAF he didn't have a choice. He also got the Defence Medal and the War Medal. Grandad never talked about the war and kept his medals in the box. The children really enjoyed seeing the medals as it brought our topic to life!

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WW2 Evacuation

ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Duggan Fri, February 09, 2018 02:28PM
We all made evacuation cards. We had to make sure our name, address and date of birth were on them. Owen and Callum helped to paint evacuee children for our class display. We used coffee to stain the card so that it looked really old.

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