The bones in the kitchen.

One of the activities for Health was all the classes in the St Joseph building going to our Kitchen to touch cows legs and sheep necks. Did you know that Mrs Pike got them from the butcher? Did you know that they also had muscle still on them? We also were touching sheep knee caps. Most people thought it was gross to be touching cows legs and sheep knee caps and necks. We had to have gloves on, because after it was lunch. Most people said that they didn’t want to eat lunch, because some people were not feeling very well from touching the bones. Then when the bell went to go to lunch it was too hot to go outside and play, but we did have to clean up first. We also did other activities in the other rooms about bones and muscles, but the bones in the kitchen was the last activity our class did.



  1. WOW Looks like you were all having a great time. Those bones where huge !!!!!! Where they really from a sheep??

  2. Oh my goodness. What an amazing time you all had. There are so many huge bones! I don’t think many people ever get to touch a sheep’s knee cap. I’m glad to see you all wearing your gloves. Did it smell very much while you were there? What a fun lesson you participated in!
    From Mrs. Kolenberg at Craigburn P.S.

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