England 3rd grade 2010

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  • 1. England
    4/20/10
    By Thomas, Caroline, Teddy, Janie, Baker, Bobby, Charlie, William,
  • 2. Great Britain Foods
    Charlie
  • 3. Breakfast/7:00,Lunch/12:00 and Dinner/6:30
  • 4. Festival
    On Christmas, they eat a pudding called flaming brandy
  • 5. Marmite and the sandwich were founded here.
  • 6. Tea is their national drink.
  • 7. Mmmmmm, are you hungry?
  • 8. A Day in the Life of Great Britain!
    Dances and Music
  • 9. Dance
  • 10. Some dancers are…
  • 11. Morris Dancers,
  • 12. Maypole Dancers,
  • 13. Garland Dancers,
  • 14. Chimney Sweepers,
  • 15. And Jack-in-the-Green.
  • 16. Some places where you can see dance are…
  • 17. The Sweeps Festival
  • 18. Rochester Castle
  • 19. And the Cathedral.
  • 20. Britain Works
    WORK
  • 21. 75% of British jobs are at hotels and restaurants. Computer and financing are fast growing jobs.
  • 22. England produces cereal, veggies, cattle, sheep, and fish.
  • 23. Most workers work over 48 hours a week. They do not have to.
    48 hours a week
  • 24. The work day lasts from 9 am to 5 pm.
  • 25. Owners must pay employees for 24 holidays a year
  • 26. English people work in these jobs and more.
  • 27. English Money
    by Thomas Blincow
  • 28. English Pay in Pence and Pounds (Euros)
  • 29. 1 Pence = 1 dime
  • 30. 240 pennies = 1 Euro
  • 31. 1 Shilling=5 pennies
  • 32. G or GN is the symbol for Guinea.
  • 33. A curved E is the symbol for a pound (Euro).
  • 34. This is how people in Britain pay for things they need.
  • 35. Life in Britain
    By Bobby Hood
  • 36. 250 languages are spoken in London
  • 37. English is the main language.
  • 38. People say hello or hi
  • 39. Some people have an English accent.
  • 40. The English Language came from West Germany.
  • 41. Over 50% of the English language is from Latin.
  • 42. Color is spelled colour
  • 43. Tire is spelled tyre
  • 44. England
    Life in England
    By Baker Reese
  • 45. Most people in England live in urban areas.
  • 46. Some houses are over 600 years old.
  • 47. In Britain, people have really nice houses. And special loans called mortgages.
  • 48. Most houses in England are made of stone or brick .
  • 49. People often live in apartments which are called flats.
  • 50. The most popular type of house is the semi-detached.
  • 51. England
    Every Day Life in England
    William
  • 52. England is known as the animal lover country.
  • 53. On kids’ birthdays, they open presents as soon as they are awake.
  • 54. Children celebrate birthdays 364 days out of 365 days a year.
  • 55. The average amount of money for an allowance for a 7-11 year old is $6.31 per a week.
  • 56. The average amount of money for an allowance for a 12-16 year old is $9.15 .
  • 57. That is what everyday life is in England
  • 58. Don’t you wish you could go there.
  • 59. Some images are from Google ImagesMusic: Hello Goodbye The Long and Winding Roadfrom The Beatles