After our lesson we went and found out all about Victorian home life. We looked at an old range and the way clothes as well as people were washed. We learnt that the baby was washed last and so we got the expression don’t throw the baby out with the bath water.
Month: September 2013
P2 are really enjoying learning about the Victorians. In fact some can’t believe how different things were then, no TVs, no computers, to be seen and not heard!
We are very lucky to be in a Victorian school building and P2A learnt a lot on their tour of the school with Mr Scott. We went to all sorts of places that normally children and teachers don’t get to go. What fun we had.
We are looking forward to going on our trip to the Victorian school next week.
No dunces hats needed for this class!
On Tuesday we went out and looked at the outside of our Victorian school building. We did some observational drawings of key parts of the school. Then today we drew the whole school building with special charcoal pencils. Everyone worked very hard, thinking carefully about the various parts of the school. Miss P can’t wait to get them up on the wall so that everybody can admire the artists’ work.
Even Farhaan, with a broken collar-bone using his left hand (normally uses his right). Is he ambidextrous?