We designed and then created a home or shelter from the Stone Age times.
We used materials like clay, sticks and stones, and we had to carefully think about how to make the home strong.
All the class loved making their homes, even if we did get a bit messy!
Here we are making papyrus paper using strips of brown paper laid horizontally and vertically and secured with glue and water. These looked brilliant when they dried out.
We worked together to make Egyptian flatbreads using flour, yeast, salt, olive oil and honey. We had to follow the instructions ourselves and weigh out the ingredients before following the method to make the bread. We let it rise for 2 hours before shaping into rolls and baking.
We carried out some pyramid maths activities using the addition and subtraction skills that we have been using in class.
We tasted a variety of Egyptian snacks including dried dates, figs and sultanas, grapes, pomegranate seeds and our delicious flatbread.
We had a brilliant day - thank you to all of you who volunteered to help and for helping your children look so brilliant in their costumes.