Today we enjoyed baking our very own brownies from scratch. We all took part in making these scrumptious treats! We learned how to weigh and sift. We also learned the important skill of 'folding' in order to make our brownies light and spongey!!! We copied down the recipe and procedure afterwards and hope to make these treats again sometime!!!
We have been learning about the Great Irish Famine. We are reading the novel "Wildflower Girl" by Marita Conlon-McKenna have read about "An Gorta Mór" in our Gaeilge lessons and have listened to the Dubliner's version of the song "Skibbereen". We have looked at the topic from an Historical point of view and we have drawn images of the Famine in Charcoal inspired by our learning. We will continue to work on the Famine, doing some Drama on the topic, and learning about the causes of Famine around the world in our Geography and Science lessons. We are enjoying learning about such an important event in our Irish History and appreciate how different our own lives are now in comparison to that of our fore-fathers.
6th Class enjoyed researching and learning about Rainforest's and Rainforest animals. We later created Rainforest animals using Pointillism Art.
Congratulations to Natalija Savic in 6th class who won an art competition with Supermac's. The class were very lucky to be invited to make pizza for the morning. Have a look at us all making our Pizza.
We have been learning a lot about Australia this month. We have learned many new things about the country; its history, animals, native people, sport and major attractions. We put a lot of work into our projects and are very proud of how they turned out.
1. We sieved 225g of self raising flour into a bowl.
2. We rubbed in 40g of butter.
3. We stirred in 1 and a half tablespoons of caster sugar and a pinch of salt.
4. We mixed in 150mls of milk to make a soft dough.
5. We cut out scones and baked in the oven for 12 minutes at 220oC.
6. We ate and enjoyed!!
Room 7 have been learning a lot about penguins and especially the Emperor Penguin.
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