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Scrummy Fruit Salad

As part of our Scrumdidlyumptious topic this Spring term in Year 3, we had the very enjoyable and hands on task of creating a delicious fruit salad. The children in Year 3 worked in small groups with the assistance of Mrs Bansil and Mrs Begum-Wills to prepare the fruit salad. They had to peel, core and chop various fruits to prepare the final ensemble which they then devoured! Children then had to recall the process of creating the fruit salad and sequence and write a set of instructions based on it.






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  1. A fabulously practical way of organising the process for writing instructions that engages the learner...

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