You are invited to lunch at Makabongwe…..
The Grade R children created colourful patterned dinner plates using wool to weave around the edges into holes that had been punched.
Then they looked for their favourite foods in magazines, cut and pasted these onto their plates.
There was a huge choice of delicious dishes to choose from…..
Spaghetti, steak and boerewors, lamb chops, stew, chicken, salad, apple pie and even chocolate cake!!
With the help of our special visitors, exchange students at Durban Girls College, together with our teacher assistants, the children glued on their plastic knives, forks and spoons. The colourful green serviette rings were stuck next to the fork and the brightly coloured orange serviette slipped into the ring.
What a lovely table setting.
It was delightful watching the children create, weave, stick, paint and admire their handiwork.
As a treat each child was given a marie biscuit with green icing topped with a marshmallow.
This was placed on their created plate and all the children sat facing inwards, no talking and enjoyed their yummy treat.
It was a morning of fun, learning and creativity.
Thank you Eliza, Jess, Maggie, Finn, Charlotte, Holly – from Australia and Nano from Namibia.
Without your extra hands and enthusiasm, we could not have tackled such an adventurous Baker Baker activity.
What will the Gr 000 and Gr 00 learners be creating next…..
Watch this space