Anzac Biscuits V’s Bread!

As well as making delicious Anzac Biscuits last week, we also learnt about where they came from. Wives, mothers and families of soldiers fighting in the First World War used to bake Anzac Biscuits and send them to their loved ones. The Anzac Biscuits were a great choice because they stayed fresher for a lot longer than bread and were still edible by the time the soldiers received them. We decided to test this theory in 2KR by monitoring some of the Anzac Biscuits we baked last week and some slices of bread that were purchased on the same day. As you can see (if you look really carefully), after 1 week, the bread is starting to show signs of mould and the Anzac Biscuit is still going strong! We can’t wait to see what they both look like next week!

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Active April

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Congratulation to Azaria, Shin Ee and Dale who have all run more than 15 laps during our Active April challenge.  Super effort guys!

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We also need to congratulate Harjas and Michelle.  These two have run more than 30 laps so far. I’m exhausted just thinking about it! Well done guys!