Jam Sandwich Making

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Posted by sbarker | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 12-10-2017

We have been reading a story all about a Giant Jam Sandwich.

In this story there was a town that had been invaded by 4 million wasps.

The town had to come up with a plan of how to get rid of them all.  In the story the mayor called a meeting to talk about the plan.

We had a talk to eachother and came up with some good ideas.

We thought they could …..

Chase them away

Catch them in a big net

Tell them to fly away somewhere else.

The town people decided they would make a giant jam sandwich to trap the wasps.

It was so big that they needed a tractor to spread the butter and jam.

The wasps loved the giant sandwich and whilst they were busy eating it they dropped another huge slice of bread on top and trapped all the wasps.

Everyone was so happy that all the wasps had gone.

We loved this story so much that we decided to make our very own jam sandwiches.

We had a giant table to make our sandwiches on.

Mrs Barker gave us some instructions and we listened really carefully to them before we started.

Then it was time to get making.  First we used a knife to spread the butter.  We didn’t need a tractor as our sandwiches were only small.

Super spreading guys.

Next it was time to spread the jam.  This was a bit tricky as the jam is so sticky.  It was so hard not to lick our fingers.

Once we had spread all the jam on it was time to cut our slices in half.  We had to try and cut right down the middle so our pieces were the same size.

When we had cut our sandwiches in half we put the 2 pieces together and cut it in half again.  This was super tricky as the pieces had become very slippy with all the jam.

Fabulous cutting guys.

2 gorgeous little jam sandwiches all ready to eat.

Mmmmmmm delicious!!!!!

Yum Yum Yum!!!!

We loved reading all about the Giant Jam Sandwich and we especially enjoyed making our own.

Have another go at home making some different flavour sandwiches.  Let me know which one is your favourite.

Comments (2)

You’ve made me feel very hungry, children! I am very impressed with your spreading and cutting skills. I think I’ll have a jam sandwich when I get home tonight!

Wow! Well done guys, you all must of listened carefully to Mrs Barker’s instructions. Bet they were very tasty.

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