We ground wheat into flour using rocks as well as using a quern. This was then mixed with lard, water and a pinch of salt to make dough. After rolling the dough in to balls, we then flattened it to be cooked on a fire.
We all made clay pots and used the runic alphabet to scribe our names in the pots.
Do you know that cow horns had lots of uses during Anglo-Saxon times? They could be a drinking vessel and a sort of microphone.
We also were fascinated by how important deer were to the Anglo-Saxons. They would use their hide to make tunics and boots. They would use their antlers for weapons and tools. We learnt how to tell the age of a deer by its antlers and when a deer becomes a royal stag.