Today, we virtually welcomed the teams at National Museums NI to Carnalbanagh Primary School.
P1-P3 covered the topic HOME ON THE FARM. This covered what jobs would have needed to be done about the farm in 1900's and also life inside the farmhouse too!
The session came with a topic box that included some of the items that would have been used both inside the farmhouse and out on the farm.
P4-P7 covered the topic on POTIONS AND CURES. This covered what it would have been like in 1900's to be sick. What remedies might have been used? Was it medicine free? Did they go to their GP's like we do today.
The session came with a topic box so that the children could explore the items up close and get a better understanding of what life was like in 1900's.
The children really enjoyed their virtual lesson and cannot wait for next week to find out more!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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