The first question people ask me when they find out I teach is, what subject? When I tell them Food technology they say ‘ah cooking’. I can see in their eyes images of ruddy faced Home economics teachers from their youth instructing them how to make a Chelsea bun and they imagine that nothing has changed.
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The summer holidays are fast approaching and it’s time to thank those adults that help shape your children. Hardworking teachers just like me! Show them you appreciate their work and give them a small gift. Hint! I’d love any of these!
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This was from our ‘fortunately the milk’ project and I must say if you don’t mind the smell of vinegar for a bit it’s well worth doing as kids love it.
You will need:
Mould your playdough around the small pot to create a volcano shape and place on your tray.
We added dinosaurs to our tray, Professor Stegs friends are about to meet a horrible end!
Place two teaspoons of bicarb in the pot.
Pour on the vinegar
Watch the volcano erupt and bring an end to the dinosaur population.
Open a window or do this outdoors as the vinegar reaction can be a bit smelly.