Made in North Yorkshire and available as a kit, apparently. Simple but sweet. This is the basic type I've made before. Using a cookie cutter for the windows always looks nice, but I'm no longer tempted to melt boiled sweets for 'glass' as they slowly stickyfy and melt on display.
Social Contract Idea Build your social contract by asking four key questions, and brainstorming the words that come to mind. Ask your students these questions: 1.How do you want to be treated by me (the teacher)? 2.How do you want to be treated by others? 3.How do you think I (the teacher) want to be treated by you? 4.How do we treat each other when there is conflict?
Lollipop lady at work in the East End during the 1960s with her baby in the pram.Photograph taken from London’s East End A 60s Album published by The History Press http://spitalfieldslife.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/East-London-97-44-low-res.jpg
Hello May. Sunshine. Warmth. I have a few May resolutions (year resolutions never happen for me but I can manage a month/week!). Today I am off to photograph and film a choir and they ALWAYS make me cry happy-sad tears. Shaking the soul is part of my job description!
Taking care of farm animals: a common task for children who were too young to work in the fields or around a hot stove in the kitchen. It was also a great way to introduce kids to the economics of farm labour.