My favourite thing from our trip to Howick Historical Village was Trolley making. First we needed instructions from Mrs White. We used nuts, bolts, washers, pins, spanners, wood and metal.
We had a list of things to check off to make our trolleys. We had students very excited to be making trolleys, even though it is very hard to put together.
All the students found it difficult to make it. But lucky we had Mrs White and Miss G and also Andrew to help us make our trolleys. Mrs White was such a kind and lovely lady she liked helping others with their trolley making. There were holes and we had to put screws into the holes.
When we finished we had to take the trolley apart. Some of us thought we needed the screwdriver but we did have it for help in case. The teachers did help the students take it apart. Some of the bolts were missing as we were packing it up for the next class (Rm 5) to come in. Washers were very big and medium also small, they went all over the place.
After we finished off our trolley we took a picture with our group. Pentagons the highest level was the first one to finished and was the last to take it apart. We took a photo and then room 5 came in because it was their turn to make trolleys. We put the metal sticks in the bag as well as the wood and wheels. We put nuts, spanners, screwdrivers and pins in the green bag to pack away. Pentagons wanted to stay and play on the trolley but it was taken apart already. We said our sadly goodbye to our trolley we made as a group. We had such a great time working together as a group. Me and my group were proud of each other. I missed building it up, but lucky there is always time to go with our parents with your free ticket we got from our teacher. I really liked Howick Historical Village it was great and awesome I wish to go again someday.