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2003 Key Stage 1 English SATs Reading Booklet 3 The Midhampton Museum (filename "ks1-english-2003-reading-booklet-3.pdf") includes:

free entrance November free entrance December Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk 5 Find out how people lived 90 years ago. What was it like to help mum with the washing every week? Handle and examine the equipment used before washing machines were invented. 7 Housework This is an exhibition comparing the changing scenes of Midhampton over the past 100 years. You can try your hand at the old local skill of lace making. See how Southshire has changed in our display of photos and paintings which explore the past. 6 Midhampton Now and Then morning only 6 © Qualifications and Curriculum Authority 2003 255723 Information in this leaflet was correct at the time of printing. The museum reserves the right to alter events, displays and opening times. Please telephone the museum in advance to check details before making a long journey. ADMISSION PRICES VARY FOR SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS Closed: Mondays and Christmas Day. Wed, Thurs and Fri Museum Opening Times: Tues, Sat, Sun and Bank Holidays all day Museum Shop: Something for everyone. The shop stocks a wealth of pocket money toys, souvenirs, postcards and gifts. Tel: (03476) 217372 The Midhampton Museum 3 Horsefair Parade Midhampton Southshire MH16 0BD For a complete list of all Southshire’s other museums and their opening times look for the Southshire Museums leaflet in your local library. 1 Bring along your parents and grandparents Come and see for yourself • how great granny and grandad dressed • what they played • how they lived Special events and activities to bring back memories Children’s Special events programme June - December Midhampton Museum Welcome to the June * £1 to cover costs July free entrance Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk 2 Have a go at making jam tarts Have a go at making jam tarts and home made bread using traditional recipes. Everything has to be done by hand – no microwave ovens; no mixers and definitely no take aways! 2 Food Did people really dress like this? Come and dress up in great grandad’s clothes. Try on a cook’s apron or a gardener’s boots. Have your photograph taken in black and white. 1 Clothes In an old chemist’s shop discover what people used to take when they were ill and make up a prescription yourself. 4 Shop! 3 What was it like to help mum with the baking every week? * 50p entrance September Our large display areas mean that there is space to have fun with toys from yesteryear. Come and try our genuine collection. 3 Toys and Noise 4 No computers here – just a slate and chalk. Her classroom is very different! Miss James the school teacher is waiting for your visit. She’ll be cross if you are late. 5 Schools * Discount for groups over 20 * school parties by arrangement * 50p entrance October * 50p entrance August