Week 5 World Around Us
This week we are going to explore what life was like for an evacuee. During WW2 children were evacuated out of the cities to live in the country due to the dangers of heavy bombing.
These links will give you lots of further information.
Your challenge this week is to write a letter from the point of view of a child who has been evacuated from Belfast to a farm just outside the village of Comber. Think about:
Remember to set out your letter correctly. You can use the template below, or write your letter in your book.
Think about what an evacuee would need in their suitcase. Don’t forget your WW2 essentails, you will have to have a ration book and a gas mask. But what else might you bring?
Use the template below to draw and label the items in your suitcase. Or draw one out in your book. We’ve also included an information sheet to help you out.
WW2 Spelling Mistakes
Read the document below about evacuation during WW2. Can you find the 10 spelling mistakes?
Friday is VE Day - Victory in Europe Day. We will give you a few ideas for VE Day later in the week, but, for now, you can learn about VE day below.