At the end of last term, children handed in their home learning regarding our topic, World War 2. Ayisha produced a fabulous model of a camp, the time and effort put into this was phenomenal!
Along with this great camp, Ayisha made a great PowerPoint presentation, explaining her opinions on World War 2. Within this PowerPoint she had a brilliant rhyming poem:
Well done to everyone, many of the work handed in could have been displayed here. A sensational effort by all!
World War 2
Mrs Giles interview
Mrs Giles informed us about rationing ,here are some of the foods and amounts :
Jam 1 pound (per month)
Marge 4 ounces (per week)
Meet wasn’t rationed
Cheese :cheddar or mouse trap cheese (4 ounces)
Loose tea (4 ounces )
Bread (1 dry loaf)
Butter (2 ounces )
Milk 1 pint (per week )
No bananas what so ever
1 egg (per week )
However if you live near a farm you will get extra milk or eggs .
Now some clothing ration facts:
Even though you couldn’t save your food coupons you can with clothing rations.
Boys would usually were short trousers or dungarees and when they are age 13 -14 they can wear long trousers .
Girls would wear long skirts that are waist high and end at your ankles .
World war 2 music
We have no bananas today !
Please listen to this song search it on youtube! Click here 🙂
By: Tilli, Evie, and Tyla