Friday, 22 December 2017

bonus Activity: Paying it Forward

bonus Activity: Paying it Forward

In the mid-1930s, things began to change for the better in New Zealand. More people were able to find work and receive a steady paycheck. They were still careful, however, with their money and rarely, if ever, bought treats or gifts for one another.

Imagine that you were able to travel back in time to visit a family in the 1930s. What special gifts or treats would you like to bring with you? I would likely bring blocks of Whittaker’s chocolate, bags of Jet Planes and Pineapple Lumps, healthy food snacks, clothing, and games for the children. What about you?

if i go travel back in time i would bring blocks of Whittaker’s , snacks , clothing , toys , phones , technology , bags of lollies and food but what i would really bring is money but i woulden't be able too because money in the past looked way different from what it looks like now in the future.

1 comment:

  1. Hi again Hilary, it's great to read what you would take back in time. I think you have made some really sensible decisions about what you would take because you haven't just taken sweet treats but also practical things like clothing, toys, phones and technology. These sorts of things will last a lot longer than a bag of lollies would. So well done!

    I hope you get the opportunity to go back in time and spoil the old folks!

    Thanks, Billy