Category Archives: egypt

Morrells Wood farm

What a great day at the farm working out the perimeter, collecting data using data loggers and working toward farming and agriculture award and making boats and paper. We enjoyed working on our resilience pillars.

 

 

Egyptian food.

The Children enjoyed making Egyptian food today. On the menu was hummus with pitta bread.

They all joined in and prepared a delicious dish, which they all enjoyed trying. We made excellent keynotes for you to follow.

Have you ever tried hummus the Egyptian way?

Using controlled technology to understand hieroglyphics.

Today class 6 has been learning about Egyptian writing. We used used Egyptian writing to write our initials in salt dough plate. After practising the writing it was a time for using robots to copy our hieroglyphics.

Can you represent your initials using hieroglyphics?

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Black onion seeds and rosemary pita breads.

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Today in class 6 the children have made their own pitta breads by working as a team following the recipe, kneading the dough and letting rest in order to grow. We flavoured the bread by adding black onion seeds and … Continue reading

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Egyptian bracelets

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Today in class 6 we have been making our very own Egyptian bracelets using cardboard and our very own designs. We decorated our bracelets by using sequins and gold crayons to finalise the designs. Have you made any bracelets before? … Continue reading

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Typing up our stories

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In Literacy we typed up our Egyptian stories using MacBooks. We had to think of ways we could improve them and make sure it included our new learning about speech and adjectives!

What have you been learning about in Literacy?

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Egyptian music

In music we made our own Egyptian music using garageband. We had to think carefully about the sounds that we put into it.

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Making our own cartouche.

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Today in Art we were making our own Egyptian name plates. This is also called a cartouche. We used sand dough to make a flat stone and then carved our names and a message in hieroglyphics. It was lots of fun!