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Month: May 2017

btn weedy sea dragon

btn weedy sea dragon

only 15k from Sydney is dragon territory. the weedy sea dragon is one of the listed endangered animals. these cool looking animals live in seaweed because they loved to drift with it.

but now scientist say that because of climate change, these wonderful animals may become excitant forever. so they have told other scientist around Australia to take a picture whenever they see them. because each dragon has its own unique design on it.

so maybe the next time you go to work or school maybe think of taking your bike instead of your car, to help reduce climate change and to help save these awesome animals.

100 word challenge

100 word challenge

Art class one of my favourite classes of the day. ” ok students time to do some paper mache, but just remember it has to be about food.” what can I do… I know I will do a pear of hands holding a hamburger.

Finished doing the pear of hands holding a hamburger

(teacher comes and looks at my work) ” wow you did a great job…. I love how you did like a snapshot of the moment picking up the hamburger.” I learnt from the best didn’t I miss, ” oh stop your flattering me.” well it is true.


My graph

My graph

LG: I can use Excel to create graphs that meaningfully displays given data.

click the graph if it is unclear

3 people played 1 sport

14 people played 2 sports

1 person played 3 sports

4 people played 4 sports

1 person played 5 sports

I chose this graph because it showed the data the best and it is simple and complicated to read. This graph shows how many sports or activities people from my class are doing. So as you can see most people in my class do 2 sports/activities in a week, and the lowest amount of sports someone did was 5.

BTN War Animals

BTN War Animals

When you think of the word war you think of people who have given there lives in order to save someone else’s. but did you know that animals also went to the war as well…..

They were mainly used for communication because they didn’t have much and the soldiers couldn’t walk a cross the field to tell someone something without getting killed. So they trained animals to take the messages a cross the field quickly and safe. they would normally use animals like:


and birds

Dog were used more to smell if there were bombs in the area, but were also used to send messages a cross to one an other. Birds and especially pigeons, they would attach a little plastic cylinder on there feet and put the message inside.

So remember the next time you think of the word war just remember that it wasn’t just people that gave there lives animals did to.

100 word challenge

100 word challenge

Today it was the day me and my mum go the museum. I was really excited to go I couldn’t wait to see the crocodile.

At the incredible zoo

We are walking in the hallway to the reptiles. I look around me the walls are wide and bright orange, I see the crocodiles within a cage. I am about to go up to see it when I hear a cracking sound, the walls collapsed on the crocodile and died. I am really sad that the crocodile dies. I run to my mum and I say “lucky that wasn’t me mum.”

My Goldfish

My Goldfish

My Goldfish




“Hey, hey you, yeah you, pay attention to me, hello?”

“Wh, wh who’s there?”



“Ok so this is how it goes, I am your pet goldfish called Goldie ok, good so I have some things to talk with you about.”

“Like what?”

“Ok, so the first thing is that my water is filthy! I mean can you not at least clean it once or twice a week you clean it every year.”

“Yeah, ok so what is the big deal?”

“What’s the big, what’s the big…..uh doesn’t matter.”

“So on to the next thing.”

“Wait there’s more!”

“Ah yeah. Ok the second thing is the tank is too boring! Can you at lease put something in my blow to make it more fun?”

“Yeah ok I am going to the shops right now I can get you something like table tennis games or whatever.”


1 hour later

(Owner comes back from the shops.)

“Oh come on I forgot sorry,”

“O, M, G!!!!!!!!”

“But I did get some chips if you wanted any?”

Stop Whaling

Stop Whaling

for 100 of years people have been hunting whales for the meat, fat and the bones. Because people all around the world have been hunting them for 100’s of years the numbers of whales in the world are starting to go down.

In 1986 people started to care for the whales and made a petition to stop whaling for good. Then the countries all around the world started to listen to the people, and now more than half the world have stopped whaling for good.


100 word challenge week 7

100 word challenge week 7

I just couldn’t eat something so…..

 disgusting I couldn’t even look at it. On the outside it looked like a normal pie but what was in it may I ask you, it was the worst thing I had ever seen in my life. The pastry on the outside looked golden brown, I cut a piece of the golden brown pastry on the pie with a cherry on the top, I can hear the pastry crackling then I look inside then that is when I realize it was a prank from my little sister Boo.

It was a disgusting mud pie!

Uniform VS no uniform

Uniform VS no uniform

We should diffidently stop uniforms because…..

Firstly it’s coasting to much and we need the money for other things for our school like our school equipment and maths tools because we barely have any.

Secondly if we stop the uniforms the school will look brighter and more unique. It is also easier to identify someone with their own cloths.

This is why we should not have uniforms, it coasts to much, we need the money for things at the school and lastly it’s going to be more colorful and unique.

This is why we think we should have no uniforms,

Thank you



Afl was found more than 150 years ago
Thomas Wentwerth wills had traveled all over the world and when he came back from England he told everyone in his area of Australia to play this game in the winter to keep them warm.
but scientist say that before Thomas Wentwenth wills might have not discovered it the aboriginals have a similar sport but the ball was made out of kangaroo skin and had more players that is why scientist believe that the aborigines were playing it before Thomas Wentwerth wills discovered it.

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