June 20, 2012
On Friday the 1st June, all of Grade P/1 and Grade 1/2 visited Eliza’s family’s farm. It was a great day and everyone had a great time. Here are some thoughts about the day from Grade P/1.
There was a dog called Zippy.
We had some Milo.
We went in the sheep shed where the sheep go in. The sheep go around and do what they are meant to do and get what they get. This is where they get a shaving. It is also called a shearing shed.
They have some bulls. They keep the bulls in a paddock with electric fences.
We made damper. I liked the the damper, said Ella. I liked the damper, said Jordan.
We got to go in the tractor. We got to have some food.
We saw cows and their babies. The babies are called calves.
We saw some sheep. We chased the sheep down the hill.
We found lots of bones and put them in a bone pile. Harrison had a teeth bone.
May 3, 2012
Today we made ANZAC biscuits.
We made them with partners from Grade 3/4. It had to be a big person with a Grade Prep or Grade 1.
We had to put flour in a bowl. We had to put oats in. We had to put melted butter in. We put bicarbonate of soda in, which is a little like salt.
We had to mix it.
The ANZAC biscuits are round. Some are skinny and some are fat.
They were yummy and they smell delicious.
We had fun.
Eating them is more fun.
It was fun becasue it was fun cooking.