Monday, February 27, 2012

Ruby red/rednesday: Making pizza in school 2

We are very lucky to have the students from Diocesan school for girls to help us build our pizza oven. Under the instruction of Ron Sperber of, they and our senior students built what I dub as a traditional oven using traditional material and traditional method.

I will post more on this. I spoke with Ron briefly and he told me he is involved with which fits nicely with my Save the world theme.


What a great experience our students had.


Ginny Hartzler said...

This is an outdoor pizza oven for your school? So nice, when and what occasions will it be used, who will make the pizzas, will certain classes use it at different times or the whole school?

anney said...

Such wonderful kids to be of help in making the pizza oven!

Happy RT2!
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maria said...

Great shots! Happy RT!

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Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

I had fun, and took the excuse of taking my students to watch as the other students and our visiting students build the oven.

The bigger students ere happy to answer the questions of my students. When we got back to my room, we "made" pizzas, and rang for pizza orders.

Hootin Anni said...

A pizza oven...outdoors. This is amazing. I bet it's fun and educational to build too.

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Lina Gustina said...

Great and fun activity :)

LV said...

A perfect activity for all ages.

The JR said...

That's going to be fun for them to learn to use.

★Carol★ said...

I always thought that having one of these would be wonderful, because during the summer I rarely turn on the oven. I'm sure the kids will take great pride in it when it's finished!
Happy REDnesday,

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

An outdoor pizza oven--what fun!

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SueLovesCherries said...

Wow, that's fascinating! Can I put my order in? LOL!