ROTI 1. a cup of self-raising flour 2. ¼ of wholemeal flour 3. Add a tea spoon of olive oil 4. Add a ½ of hot water 5. Need it in to a ball 6. Wait about 10 min 7. Roll the ball into a flat circle about 1 centimetre 8. use a cup or a bottle or a cuter to cut it out 9. Then set an oven\hotplate to cook the roti for 5 min Then take them out And they will be ready to eat after they cool down.
Yesterday Glen a drama speicilest came to give P5/6 and P6/7 a taster in his drama club. We practiced projecting your voice to make it loud. Then did a play about a friendly villige when a near by volcano erupts. We all had good fun and enjoyed ourselves.
P5/6 have just started a new project on India and they are very excited to start it .They will be finding out:-
- Where in the world India is ?
- What the capital city is.
- Famous landmarks.
- What the houses are like.
- What the weather is like in India.
- What kind of animals live in India.
- What is the traditional Indian meal?
- Which crops are grown in India?
- Special days / occassions / celebrations.
- What lanuages are spoken in India and are they written the same way as English?
- Are there foods we eat that come from India?
- We would like to know more about dancing , music and instruments.
- Religions practised in India.
- Typical life in India.
- Who is the leader in India?
P5/6 are hoping to enjoy this project.
by Jack L :), Chloe S :), Rebecca M 🙂 and Chantelle S :).