Reflection Week 9

When do you use your creativity?

I use my creativity when I make my own ideas and I can show my friends how to make things.

When do you use your leadership?

I used leadership when I tort Clark to cast a rod when we went fishing with the class on a excursion.

Guided Reading Week 8- Plastic Free Boy

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

Plastic is hurting our environment because when we litter the rubbish blows into the sea and is hurting living things. Turtles eat the plastic thinking that it is jellyfish so they can die or if people see them they get taken out of the sea and sent to a place were they can get better.

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

8 million tonnes of plastic ends up in the ocean a year.

3. What can you do to help the environment?

I can help the environment by not throwing plastic bags on the floor.

Guided Reading Week 7- Dingos

1.Explain some difference between dingoes and dogs?

Some difference between a dog and a dingo is that dogs bark and dingos growl instead of  barking and dog can be tort tricks and dingos are wild.
2. Why are dingoes sometimes a ‘pest’ for some farmers?

Some farmers think that dingoes are pests because they kill their live stock and eat their Chickens.

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

You do not find dingos in Tasmania.

4RG Fishing Excursion

yesterday 4RG went on a fishing excursion and everyone in our class was there so there was a lot of people and the bus was 30 mins late. The bus ride toke 30 mins to get there. we went to west lakes shores and it was not busy there at all. when we were fishing I cast the fishing rod and I showed clark to cast the rod because he did not now how to cast the rod. Then he was good at it. and I found 4 star fish. At recess we ate on the grass and thence went on the play on the playground then we had lunch and we ate near the playground. When we got back at school we got a icy poles, ice blocks and Zooper doopers

Guided Reading Week 5- Mungo Man

  1. Mungo Man is the oldest skeleton ever found in Australia. How old is Mungo Man’s skeleton? Approximately…a. 400 years old
    b. 4 thousand years old

    c. 42 thousand years old’

    mungo man is 42 thousand years old.

    2. In which region was Mungo Man’s skeleton discovered?  Mungo man was found in Willandra Lakes

    3. How did geologist Jim Bowler find the skeleton? geologist Jim Bowler found him on a research trip in 1974


    4. Why were the traditional Aboriginal owners of the Willandra Lakes angry? the traditional Aboriginal owners of the Willandra Lakes were angry because the scientists took Mungo Man away