Excursion Reflection

On the 25 of May, we went on the bus, we were split in two groups.

I was in Mrs. Feher’s group, we were going to the Museum, we traveled on the bus and it took a long time, I read a book on the bus. Before we got on bus, Nhi and Emily (My friends) Started Fighting, on the bus they didn’t talk to each other. Nhi and I sat next to each other because Emily sat with her buddy Sierra, I started talking to Emily then Nhi and Emily slowly forgave each other.

We FINALLY arrived at the museum we went and exhibit showing some animals, I saw a boar, a deer and  a WOLF! Fact: A Wolf is my FAVORITE animal.

Then we went to put our bags away. After that we went to the aboriginal section, I saw cake, Honey and other food, the cake was small and burnt. I wonder what would the cake taste like! I tried to catch up with Emily and Nhi but then I saw a thing called ‘stories in string’ they were Stories made of string I didn’t understand at first but then I gave up.

We saw little videos on the walls, we even went on the second floor there were lots of stuff there, I saw some toys I forgot what they were called, Then I found a some boomerangs! We watched a video where someone threw a boomerang, it was so cool.

We got our bags back and left the museum, we started walking to the botanical gardens FACT: in 2RN my old class we went on a excursion the botanical gardens. We ate our lunch there and played, after we traveled along the road to get to the bus.

I sat next to Nhi on the ride to school. When we arrived the bell rang because it was the end of Lunch time


Term 2 – Week 3 Guided Reading – Bionic Arm Builder

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 is helping people do everyday stuff like we do.
3.What can the bionic arm that Hannah built do?
The hand can open a door and more it can do everything that is kinda normal, it’s kind of like a normal arm but built by bionic technology.

Term 2 – Week 2 Guided Reading – Composting Awareness

1. What three things help start the composting process …
a. Bacteria
b. Insects
c. Fungi
d. All of the above
2.What sort of fertilizer do the kids add to their compost?
The type of fertilizer that the kids use is called manure and manure is made out of dried blood made from animals and manure is also made by ground animal bones.
3. Explain what worms, slugs and other insects do to improve the compost’s texture?
When insects eat the food scraps and stuff it does it’s business(poop) and making it have better texture.
4. How does compost help our garden?
Compost helps our gardens by keeping it healthy and green.

Guided Reading Wk 1 Term 2- Holiday Recount

In the holidays I didn’t do much but I went to swimming class in the Aqua-dome every Thursday and I also went to Emily’s house.

I went to church but I do that every Sunday, but then I didn’t do anything I just stayed home, watched TV and my laptop, I learnt how to ride a bike without the wheel thingies on the side too.


My goals for Term 2

My Goals for next Term at school are to get better at Numeracy and get better grades at that too, also I get more social and talk to more people in class and outside of class too I could do that by practicing at home and be less shy.

My Goals for next Term at home are to be more positive and try not to get angry as easily as I do now and also I want to be more Mature and clean stuff up and I also want my little sisters to be more mature too I could do those thing by having a good mind-set, being Calm and think the about the good things and I should be less messy.

Guided Reading Week 9 – Australian Population Future

1. What are some of the benefits of population growth?
The benefits of the population is good because there are more jobs, more money and less lonely people. But it also means more fun! we get new friends and our family trees grow bigger it’s also good for some people that are an only child so they can have a brother or sister if they are lonely.
2. What are some of the challenges of population growth?
On the benefits question I said less lonely people but sometimes that can be bad thing because some people like bullies can have more friends and bully more people and we can also lose money for Australia because we need to build school and make more building and all our resources could run out.
3. Do you think Australia’s population should grow or stay the same size?
I think Australia’s population should stay the same because we lose money and our country could lose people.

Guided Reading Week 7 – Dingoes

What are the differences between dingoes and dogs?

The difference is that Dogs can be trained/tamed, taught tricks and they can communicate by barking but dingoes can’t be trained, tamed, taught tricks either because they are wild and dingoes communicate by growling.

Why are dingoes pests for some people?

Dingoes are pests to some people especially farmers because they attack farm animals like sheep.

What part of Australia do you not find dingoes in?

You can find dingoes everywhere in Australia except Tasmania