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how to make a mouth watering marmite sandwich

Do you love marmite sandwich’s if not i believe my mouth watering sandwich will change your mind completely.

you will need 2 slices of bread, a jar of marmite, a tub of butter, a knife (not too sharp) and a chopping board.

first you will need to place both slices of bread on the chopping board (face up )then you will need to grab  your tub of butter open it and scrape out a little bit of butter with the sharp end of the knife and spread it on one piece of bread.

secondly put down every thing  you have picked up onto a table then pick up the marmite jar twist the lid left to open it and scoop out as much marmite- with the knife -as you want and spread it on both sides of the bread then place the two pieces of bread together on the sides you spread  butter and marmite onto and then eat!!!!

Debate script

against:I believe that children shouldn’t work in factories as a result of them loosing body parts in the machinery and dying. Children are our future generations so we should teach them and nurture them not abuse them and let them die in horrible factories.

for:I see what you mean but we could always just get someone to make sure the children don’t get hurt and they will still work in the factories.

against:That makes sense and it would be safer except what about their families they only get to see them on the most rare occasion but even then its only for a couple hours and the rest of the time their either sleeping or reading.

for:I get were your going with this alternatively they would get to see their families every day if they came to work at the factories .

against:you made a good point there but what if there was a baby in one of the families they wouldn’t be able to work would they. They would be left at home and probably hurt them selves witch is even worse than the child abuse in the factories.

for:you have made a good point  however they could put the baby somewhere it cant move or hurt itself in any way.

Square Numbers Investigations

Write any you find in your maths book, then add them as a comment to this blog post – eg. 25 = 5×5

 

See if you can explain what you notice in comments.

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