Week 3 Guided Reading- Bionic Arm Builder

1. What helped Hannah build the bionic arm?

a. Coding

b. Electronics
c. 3D design
d. All of the above√

2. What is bionic technology? Explain using your own words.

Bionic technology helps people do every day activities bionic technology helps people walk,see,hear and  do every thing.

3. What can the bionic arm that Hannah built do?

The bionic arm can pet cat firmly it can open doors and it can hold a glass of water also it can hold a lot of stuff.

Term 2- Week 2 Guided Reading- Composting Awareness

1. What three things help start the composting process?

…a. Bacteria

a. Bacteria

b. Insects
c. Fungi
d. All of the above√

2.What sort of fertiliser do the kids add to their compost?

They use dry animal blood and they use ground animals bones and mix it in with dirt so they make soil.

3.Explain what worms, slugs and other insects do to improve the compost’s texture?

The worms, slugs and other insects just eat it and poop it out and it makes compost.

4.How does compost help our garden?

Compost helps plants grow and makes it heathy and happier.

What I did on the Holidays

On the holidays I celebrated my grandma’s birthday also I had a picnic  with my family friends and my grandma and when we where there we played cricket and soccer and my team won and when it was 6:00 o’clock everyone went home. The next day we just stayed home and then we went to the shops and we bought a lot of stuff. When we went to my grandpa’s house we ate lunch and dinner. When we got home we went to sleep in the morning we ate outside for breakfast. I had toast with butter and coffee and at the afternoon I went on my trampoline with my mum, my sister and my brother. Then we ate lunch then me, my brother, my sister, my mum and my grandma had a barbecue at my house we cooked pork and chicken. When we had dinner we played on the trampoline then we went to sleep.

Guided Reading Week 9- Australian Population Future

1.What are some of the benefits of population growth?

The good things are that the would have more buildings and have more jobs more people to help do stuff and more people doing tax .

2.What are some of the challenges of population growth?

the challenges of population growth are that we need more buildings when they are grown up and we need more cars for them .

3.Do you think Australia’s population should grow or stay the same size? Explain your answer.

I think we should  Australia population should still grow because there could be more families and people to do jobs to help.

Guided Reading week 9

I am creative when I have a idea that I made up with using other ideas to help me think of my own idea or like drawing something That looks cool and that I made with other ideas.

I use my leadership when I show some people where to go or like at assembly I showed some people where to go.

 

 

Guided Reading Week 8- Plastic Free Boy

1.How is plastic pollution having a negative impact on animals and our environment?

Plastic could look like jelly fish for sea turtles and animals could mistake plastic for food and could kill them and Have  impact in our environment because the plastic can go every where by the wind and go in the sea.

2. How many tonnes of plastic end up in the ocean?

Every year there are about 8 million tones of plastic going in the water.

3. What can you do to help the environment?

I could help the environment by picking up rubbish that I see and putting it in the bin

Guided Reading Week 7- Dingos

1.Explain some difference between dingoes and dogs?

Dogs  and dingos are different because dogs bark and dingos grow and dogs can be taught tricks and dingos are wild.
2. Why are dingoes sometimes a ‘pest’ for some farmers?

Some farmers think dingos are a pest because they attack live stock and they mainly attack sheep.

3. What Australian state do you NOT find dingoes in?

Mainly you can find you dingos in other states but you can not find dingos in Tasmania.