Bringing all the produces from the farm,
Not one potato has any harm,
Ready to be peeled and cut,
But its not for Pizza Hut,
Burgers are cooked,
While chips are fried,
And boxes are unwrapped,
Whilst we are waiting at the side.
Everyones waiting for their Maccy D’s,
Luckily there are no peas!
By Millie F
Today we had a visit from a real farmer, Mr Unsworth. We learnt lots about farming, especially dairy cows and different crops. The children really enjoyed working out what all of the different items from the farm were and asked lots of questions. We even got to sit in a brand new tractor. Thank you very much Mr Unsworth for coming in to talk to us today.
Did you know? …
Your tongue can taste only five different tastes which are: sweet, sour, salty, bitter and savoury.
Each of your eyeballs weigh about 28grams and are full of water.
You have 200 eyelashes on each eye to protect them from dust.
A rope made from 1000 hairs could lift a full-grown man.
Your middle finger nail grows fastest and your thumb nail grows slowest.
You recycle about a litre of snot a day by swallowing it.
Children grow faster in the springtime.
By Ellie y6
How do we get the different types of milk such as Semi-Skimmed and Full Fat?
What types of fish do we get from different countries?
A Mcdonalds burger takes 15 seconds to cook.
Farmers keep their potatoes keep at 7 degrees celcius.
Once we have found our answers, we shall post them on this blog.
In McDonald’s they put around 10 tea spoons of sugar in their strawberry milk shakes and the funny thing is that they don’t even put strawberries in their strawberry milk shakes it is just chemicals.They also put one tea spoon on four large fries.They also cook their burgers for 15 seconds precisely. They wash their hands every 30 minutes.
McDonalds store their potatoes in a 7 degrees room and they only choose the right size potatoes for there fresh fries. Did you now they put one tea spoon of salt on every pack of fries.
by Jack and Robbie
Waiting for them to grow,
Storing them at 7 degrees,
Then taking them to factories,
Washing, peeling, cutting too,
On the conveyer belt nearly ready for you,
Sending them off to Maccy D’s
People waiting for mcdonalds’ teas.
Now there looking really yum,
Ready to go in my tum!
By Ellie & Catherine Y6
Thank You to Miss Taylor for teaching us for the past couple of weeks, it has been lovely to have you here in Year6 good luck in the future and we wish you all the best.
Thank You Alice and Millie x
Today I have done my homework for Guides and it was all about chocolate, I have learnt so many things I never knew about chocolate and also found out that it was a big part of Mayn life and Aztec life too. A man named Rodolphe Lidnt invented how to make chocolate into shapes and bars, also I have found out that there is a big disease in latin America which is affecting the cacao trees so it’s good that it hasn’t spread to Africa.
Hopefully you have learnt something about chocolate By Alice
Thank You to all the competition entries in Year 6 just a reminder we are judging them on the 10th May 2013 so good luck.
Thank You again, Alice, Millie and Jake.