In the holidays I didn’t really do anything exciting but in the first week I had some visitors from Burma and Melbourne, they had to stay in my house because they had nowhere else to stay, there was two families and a singer, the families were both relatives of mine, one family had a father and a daughter, the daughter’s name was Esther and I played with her, the second family was a really, really close relative of mine, their names were Simon the son and Mimi the mother of Simon.
On the second week Monday Esther, the father of Esther, Mimi and Simon had to go home but the singer stayed her name was Far Men Par, she was one of Burma’s most talented singers and sometimes in the car we would listen to her songs, I also worked on my Ancient Egypt project and finished with an animation.
On the third week Far Men Par had to go home, but at Friday I went to St Kilda playground with Kiziah (my sister), Keren (my other sister Kiziah’s twin) , Rebecca (their friend) and my Dad John, I invited Emily, Grace(my friend) and Jemimah(My other friend) to come with me but they were busy with their plans and Emily was still sick. After we went to St Kilda we bought ice-cream and then went home.
On the fourth week Emily came over at my house and we watched television, then Robin the cutest baby in our church(also my cousin) came over too, so Emily and I played with him, soon after Emily had to go home because it was nearly time for our night time church, when we arrived at the church I quickly ran to one of the small buildings next to the church because we had to rehearse a dance for a event called Sunday School Day in our church which celebrate all the children learning in Sunday school.
After all those weeks I didn’t do anything but watch my laptop ,eat go on my trampoline and sleep.
1. What does the Garma festival celebrate?
The Garma festival celebrates the culture of the Yolngu people who are the traditional owners of this land.
2. What do people do over four days during the festival?
Over the four days of the festivals they share their stories, discuss important things and they think of ways to bring some change.
3.What is this year’s theme?
This year’s theme is Truth telling.
4.What do the Aboriginal and Torren Straight Islander Community want to change about the Australian Constitution?
They want to change Australia’s legal document they say it should recognize that the Aboriginals and the Torres Strait Islander people were the first Australians on the land and also giving them their own voice in Parliament.
Today we had an assembly with our buddies, my buddy was Keren and Kiziah (they are my sisters too). The theme was Master chef and it was about food! we took some photos before the assembly had started. Our hosts were Lincoln(4RG), Rehat(2TD I think) and Sampan(2IB I think). Firstly we did the Kaurna acknowledgment read by Nhi. Then we sang he national anthem. After that some people read the parable of the sower. We danced the Milkshake song from GoNoodle. Then we showed a video of us making our food animals. Then we did the audience challeng, the school/audience had to make a animal out of food. Then we showed Emily’s animation of our excursion to Woolies. After that we did another challenge, it was a blind taste test. After all of that we did some other stuff that I forgot.
In the holidays I went to Lai ca, in my church there is a thing where all the kids and I have to learn our language. It went on until the end of the first week of the holiday. In the second week of the holidays I went to Hollywood Plaza to get my ears pierced at essential beauty, I went with my younger sisters Kiziah and Keren, my older sister Sarah and my Mum and Dad. We got to pick the color/jewel our earrings were going to be there was January, February(purple/Amethyst), March, April(Diamond), May(Green/Emerald), June, July(Red), August(Green/Peri-dot), September, October(Pinkish white), November and December. I chose Purple/Amethyst because Purple was my favorite color, my sister Kiziah chose October. After we did that we went home, I didn’t really do much in my holiday.
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
What helped Hannah build the bionic arm?
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.
1. What three things help start the composting process …
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.
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.
The Commonwealth Games were held every four years in different Commonwealth countries and at 2010 it was at India.
The Commonwealth Games first run was at 1930 to try to bring together countries in the British Empire.
The Commonwealth Games was called The Empire games, but while the Empire was disappearing the games still continued.
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.