Today for maths we sat down on the mat. Mrs Stone was explaining to us about what we are doing for maths. We started with doing a short little time of the class treaty and we also planned about what words we could add on our treaty. Then Mrs Stone set us a part up into 5 groups. I have Kiarah, Leonidas, Isaiah and Me. Then Mrs Stone gave us 5 sheets of colourful paper. She told us to make a bridge out of the papers. I had a plan of folding the paper into a long rectangle shape. Next I folded the end of the papers and after I did that I made it stand up, And it standed yay! Then she told us to make another bridge out of one paper and we made 4 of them. After that we had to make a tower out of straws and tape. We tried our best to think really really strong and hard. Then Isaiah had an idea of cuting the straws and making a bundle. After that moment, we added more and more straws to make is longer. And unfortunately it started coming down and down, but we never gave up and kept and going. After we got the hook and won. We were trying our hardest not to brag anyone that we won. So we went and told everyone “Good job”. Upcoming we had to sit on the mat and talk about who was working together as a team and how we communicate as well. I wanted to be helpful so I decided to go and pack up all of the straws my team used. It was a whole lot! Here is a picture of the tower.
Hi, my name is Swaimah and today I will be saying a speech about Nutella. Nutella is a sweetened hazelnut cocoa spread made by Ferrero, an Italian company that’s the third-largest chocolate producer in the world.
Pietro Ferrero owned a bakery in Alba, an Italian town known for the production of hazelnuts. It was first introduced in 1964, It was originally created in Italy during World War II when baker Pietro Ferrero added ground hazelnuts to a chocolate spread to make up for a shortage of cocoa in the country.
Nutella was known as SuperCrema. The recipe was improved, leading to the creation of the first-ever jar of hazelnut and cocoa cream. Nutella was officially born.
This chocolate and hazelnut spread is consumed in many ways and commonly used as a topping for breakfast toast, pancakes, waffles, and many more.
Nutella contains: Palm oil, Cocoa, Hazelnuts, Skimmed milk powder and Vanillin. Nutella has 200 Calories, 12 Grams of fat, 21 Grams of sugar, 2 Grams of protein, 4% of the RDI calcium and 4% of the RDI of Iron.
RDI means Recommended Dietary Intake Nutella is often advertised as a quick and simple way to make a tasty, kid-friendly breakfast. Nutella reduces the risk of developing heart diseases.
Nutella contains calcium that strengthens your bones and teeth. The iron in Nutella helps in making red blood cells in your body. While most of the world loves Nutella, France is particularly keen on it. The country reportedly eats a quarter of all the pots that are produced. That’s about 75,000 tonnes of Nutella eaten in France each year.
Thank You for listening to my speech. I hope you learned alot about Nutella.