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Ideas for a WW2 project for one child not going on school journey

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Ders, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. There is one child in my year 4 class not going on a residential trip and I'd like to set him an interesting project to do whilst the class are away. We've spent a term on The Home Front so we've covered rationing, evacuation, women, The Blitz, VE day. Any ideas? Thanks!
     
  2. There is one child in my year 4 class not going on a residential trip and I'd like to set him an interesting project to do whilst the class are away. We've spent a term on The Home Front so we've covered rationing, evacuation, women, The Blitz, VE day. Any ideas? Thanks!
     

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