It has been fantastic receiving letters from our grandparents this term and hearing what life was like for them when they were our age.
We are sure that they all had a fun time when they were young but we think that we have more time to do fun things than they did.
Of course they were doing different things to us and perhaps it would be great for us to try some of them....but not the chores that they had to do!!!!!!!
This week saw the finale of our Grandparents recipes that they sent to us.
We made peanut butter biscuits that Luke U's Granny sent all the way from South Africa and on Thursday we had coconut ice that Jeremy and Aaron's Nan had when she was a child.
Both were very scrumptious!
|Jeremy wasn't very keen on the coconut ice....|
|Aaron just LOVED his and was eager for more......|
|Luke hard at work creating his Granny's recipe......|
|Now for pressing down the ball mixture with a fork....|
|What do you think Luke?.......|
What do you all think of our blossom trees?
Mary, Mrs McHaffie, Rachel, Mrs Lawrence, Mrs Marshall and Gayle thought they we were all extremely talented.
We are VERY sorry that the photos aren't the right way up....you will have to move your head or the lap top to view them correctly!!!!!!
On a sad note we had to have another burial yesterday.
Our only surviving frog passed away .
When Luke B heard the news he got busy and made a stunning coffin, then we had a funeral and buried him outside Learning Support.
|Thanks Luke...we think that when you leave school you might be a joiner or builder!|
Well everyone, until we meet up again on the first week back for Term 4 , enjoy the two week break....hope that the sun will shine and we can all get outside and have some good old fashioned fun....just like our Grandparents used to do.
See you next Term
Rachel, Katelyn,Jeremy, Aaron, George, Aieshar, Luke B, Luke U, Rachel and Gayle