Lunchboxes! Homeschooling WW1 and Life in the Trenches Part 1

Wednesday, May 20th, 2020

Lunchboxes! Homeschooling WW1 and Life in the Trenches Part 1

It’s a packed lunch of fun! James and Sam explore the extraordinary history of lunchboxes, which are all about the industrial revolution and nomads and Elizabeth I, before moving on to looking at lunchboxes in relation to WW1 and life in the trenches.

Want to know more about the First World War trenches? Why not read our magazine post here!

 

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