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Year 2’s Delicious Bakery Adventure

Recently, our Year 2 class embarked on a field trip to a bakery, owned by the grandfather of one of our very own students, Nela. Dumas Pekaren in Hronsky Benadik was not only a treat for the senses but also a fantastic learning experience that tied perfectly into our current unit on jobs in our community.

Upon arrival, the students were warmly welcomed by the bakery’s owner, who graciously took the time to show us around. We were all fascinated by the impressive machines and large ovens that can bake up to 200 loaves of bread at a time! The sight of the dough being mixed, kneaded, and baked into golden loaves was both mesmerizing and educational.

The highlight of the tour was when the students got hands-on experience in the art of bread-making. Each child had the chance to twist and shape dough to create their own bread rolls. It was wonderful to see their enthusiasm and creativity as they worked alongside the skilled bakers.

After the bakery tour, the students enjoyed exploring the outdoor play area, which was home to a variety of friendly animals. They had a fantastic time meeting goats, chickens, horses, and even a litter of playful puppies. The children were thrilled to interact with the animals, learning about their care and the role they play in the bakery’s community.

Of course, no bakery visit would be complete without sampling the goods. The students eagerly tasted an array of delicious treats, from warm, freshly baked bread to sweet pastries. The smiles and crumbs on their faces said it all – this was undoubtedly their favorite part of the trip.

This visit not only satisfied our taste buds but also provided valuable insights into the role of bakers in our community. It was an excellent opportunity for the students to learn about the hard work and dedication that goes into making the bread and treats we often take for granted.

We extend our heartfelt thanks to Nela’s grandfather and the entire bakery team for giving us such an unforgettable experience. Our Year 2 students returned to school with a deeper appreciation for community jobs and, perhaps, some budding bakers among them!

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