BLOD yma eto. Wnaethoch chi eich gwaith cartref? Da iawn chi os ydych wedi trio dweud enw’r pentref sydd yn agos i fy nghartref i. Gwrandewch ar Niamh o fy ysgol i yn ei ddweud wrth glicio yma. Heddiw ges i becyn bwyd oherwydd aethom i ymweld â sw mor. Roedd fy mhrifathro yn ei alw yn ‘ymweliad addysgiadol’. Dwi’n ei alw yn drip ysgol! Aethom eithaf pell. Yn wir, roedd rhaid croesi’r ffin o Gymru i Loegr. Roedd o’n dda. Fy hoff ran oedd pan wnaeth y plymwyr bwydo’r gath fôr. Mae yna lun ohono ar flog yr ysgol, ac fe allwch fy ngweld i yn y llun bach yn pwyntio at bysgod.
Cefais frechdan caws a nionyn gyda ‘salad cream’ (sydd dipyn fel ‘mayonnaise’ os dydych chi ddim yn gwybod). Hefyd, cefais greision, afal, grawnwin, a teisin ‘rice crispie’ gyda ‘marshmallows’ ynddi. I yfed, cefais dŵr blas mefus.
BLOD here again. Did you do your Welsh homework? If you tried to say the name of the place near where I live with a long name then well done. You can listen to Niamh from my school saying it by clicking here. Today I had a packed lunch because we went to visit an aquarium. My headmaster called it an “educational visit”. I call it a school trip! We went quite far. In fact we crossed the border from Wales to England. It was good. My favourite part was when the divers gave the ray food. There’s a picture of it on our school’s blog (www.ysgolkingsland.com), and you can see me in the little picture pointing at some fish.
I had a cheese and onion sandwich with salad cream (which is a bit like mayonnaise if you didn’t know). Also I had crisps, apple, grapes, and a marshmallow rice crispie cake. To drink I had strawberry flavoured water.
Courses: snacks, sandwich and dessert
Price: not sure
Pieces of hair: 0
Stickers: 1, on the apple, but that doesn’t count!
Today’s guest dinner comes from Lytham St Anne’s in Lancashire, England. Max is nearly 8 years old and says:
I take a packed lunch to school every day and here is a picture of today's. Tuna sandwiches, peppers, tomatoes, cucumber and a chunk of Stripey Jack cheese. For afters there's a KitKat (somewhere in there) and pineapple. Washed down with Ribena. My mum always makes sure I've got a healthy lunch and unusually for an 8 year old I love my salad and veg! I usually eat them first and then have my sandwiches. In summer my veg is from our garden. We grow peas, beans, carrots, onions, potatoes, rhubarb and pumpkins. Our school meals seem to be pretty good and they have a special lunch every term that you can have. They are usually themed as to what we are learning/doing.
Food-o-meter- 10/10! (I love my Mum’s packed lunches)!
Mouthfuls- about 47.
Health Rating- 9/10
Price- not worked it out
Pieces of hair - 0
BLOD here again. I’m really sorry, Max but I couldn’t try to find where you live because my headmaster didn’t bring a globe or map with him on the bus! Your food looks really nice, though. I like the look of the Stripey Jack cheese. We also have special theme days. In fact we have one tomorrow. Tomorrow will be my last post. I think VEG will post an update about her amazing fundraising for Mary’s Meals too. I wonder who will be the 7,000th person to donate. It’s very close! In the meantime I will leave you with another guessing game. Can you guess what the theme of tomorrow’s special menu is? A clue: something to do with sports.