Amazing African foods

7th May 2018

Year 3 were lucky to explore African fruits in our food workshop on 30th April. We cut, tasted and smelled lots of different African fruits. This helped us to write a non-chronological report in our English and Science lessons during the week.

We looked at a variety of fruits – we all agreed that the dragon fruit was the most unusual, both outside and inside! We were interested to learn that you can tell if a pineapple is ripe by pulling its leaves. Most of us thought the mango was the most juicy of the fruits!

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