Year 6 World War 2 Homework

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Here are some really fantastic homework projects from our excellent year 6 children. Lucy became the teacher as she showed her fantastic presentation on World War 2 including a section on her great grandad and his military service history as well as the many medals he had earned.
Millie showed us her Anderson shelter complete with real soil and a fork for digging up home grown veg!
Ruby brought in a variety of historical items including a baggage tag, a ration book from 1929, a kitkat wrapper and a diary entry from 1938 all with written entries explaining their significance.
Macy helped us ‘read all about it’ with this stunning front page of a newspaper, sketched then shaded with charcoal. Impressive work!
Well done everyone! It’s lovely to see the children putting so much time and effort into their projects.

3 thoughts on “Year 6 World War 2 Homework

  1. Claire Booth

    Ruby has really enjoyed this homework. She spent ages reading around each of the items she put in the folder. She has certainly taught me some things.

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  2. Sandford Hill Post author

    I would like to simply repeat the last line of text from the blog post: ” Well done everyone! It’s lovely to see the children putting so much time and effort into their projects.”
    Your work really does help to bring the recent ‘remembrance’ activities to life. Great job everyone!

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