Last week, we started to make our Air Raid Shelters in pairs. We finished them this week. We gave each other comments to do with our shelters, what we liked and any advice for next time.
Here are a few of our finished air raid shelters! Can you guess what type of shelter they are?
This week we moved the tables to make three different bomb shelters.
The shelters were called:
- The Anderson Shelter (garden shelter)
- The Morrison Shelter( cage shelter)
- Public shelters
- Some people used caves and the London Underground
By James (P7)
This week we have been learning loads about World War Two but this is about the WW2 shelters.
We got to make our own Shelters with lots of useful things like cardboard and paint and sellotape.
We also did a lesson in the afternoon about the WW2 shelters what we did is we put the chairs in a circle and our teacher Miss Calvert told us a lot of facts about the shelters in WW2. But every 5 to 10 minutes there would be a WW2 bombing siren that went off and we would have to go under the tables we used them as shelters. There was the Morrison shelter, the Anderson shelter and the underground shelter.
I thought it was really fun!
By Bobby (P7)