New homework!

New homework!

This week we want you to explore the Great fire of London. Think about what the houses were made of. What happened to the people living there. What they did after or before. How did they feel? Could you write a story? Draw a picture? Or both. Could you print out pictures and stick them in? Or could you even write a newspaper article.

We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

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  1. Thus by September 1666, all that was required was a spark. This was provided at the house of Thomas Farynor, the king’s baker in Pudding Lane, near London Bridge. At 2.00am on Sunday 2nd September his workman smelled smoke and woke the household. The family fled across the nearby roofs, leaving only a maid, too scared to run, who soon became the first of the four listed casualties of the fire.

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