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!
Arisha, you have a fabulous attitude towards your learning. You are enthusiastic, curious and responsive. You work hard to produce quality work and you always strive to achieve your personal best. You are a mature, responsible student and you are a great role model for your peers. This is why you are our Fabulous Flake winner – Well done!
Tyler did a terrific job with his story this week. He listened to the advice we gave him about using full stops and capital letters which meant that his story was well structured and easy to read. Tyler is making improvements each week and that is why he is our Builder of the Week. Super effort Tyler!