Camp 2016

Camp Rumbug {what I want it to be like}

What are my hopes for camp?
  • I Hope I will get a good cabin with a lot of friends
  • I Have a great time doing activities
  • I Hope the grade 5 boys don’t annoy us
What am I anticipating?
  • I think the food will be yum.
  • I think activities will be fun
What do I want to get out of camp
  • I want to have fun on the activities.
  • Build relationships
What am I looking forward to
  • I’m looking forward to climbing on trees and doing obstacles
  • I’m looking forward to doing the mud run!

CAMP REFLECTION!!!

The best part was – Doing the activities

The funniest thing was – Jacob W falling into the water twice

The hardest part was – Doing the ‘Pole Forest Team Challenge’

Something I learned – I learned a new sport (Aeroball)

Someone I got to know better – Jacob W, he is really good at balancing

Something that surprised me –  Teachers did some of the activities

Most memorable part – Doing the Giant Swing!

Inquiry Reflection For Term 3

Welcome Back, I haven’t published a post in a while so I decided to post this Inquiry Reflection on my blog

I thought the inquiry topic this term was quite interesting and I really enjoyed learning about the history of Australia and the Prime Ministers from the past. I chose William Morris Hughes, he was very fascinating because I never knew someone was in parliament for 52 years as well as being government for 7 years as well as during world war 1. I also liked watching the BTN about the history of voting, all the rules about it, I also liked the parliament excursion in the city! How we learnt all about parliament. My favourite part about this inquiry project would’ve been when we did the reenactment of how a law is made. Learning about how Australia became a federation was fun, watching all the BTN’s about federation was interesting and easy to understand. I think the democracy of Australia has been pretty rough, But now it is a lot better than before!

The Herald Moon – My Olympic Article

 

Australia Dominate Zimbabwe

Matilda’s play a brilliant game scoring 6 and putting a huge amount of pressure on Zimbabwe to only concede one goal.

The way the Matildas played and how much they worked in the first 15 minutes you could already tell the final score, and by halftime, they were smashing Zimbabwe  3 – 0,  but that wasn’t the end of the game.

The match went on and on, and by the 90th minute they were winning 6 – 0, but then with an excellent through ball, Zimbabwe shot into the back of the post and going in! The 1st goal told it all in the 1st minute, but the corners of the ground is where they dominated! Scoring 2, 1 a header and 1 just landing at the foot and tapping it in due to poor marking of a player by Zimbabwe.

Though Zimbabwe did lose there was also some injuries. In  the 55th minute Goalkeeper was put on a  stretcher which they then put on thier substitute keeper, as well as there there midfielder also put on a stretcher, though these injuries are bad it will not affect any of their games since they are knocked out.

There were a few brilliant goals, and some of them were amazing, with headers and  traveller’s (kicking with outside of the boot).  Michelle Hayman scored 2 goals leaving Lisa DeVanna, Clare Polkinghorne, Alanna Kennedy and Kyah Simon with 1 each.

The girls played exceptionally well and they still have some tough games in the future, versing the USA, a great team who have been playing exceptionally well.

The main strength of this team is passing, mainly through balls, that’s how they scored most of their goals, if they did the through balls how they did with Zimbabwe in other games they will have a very strong chance of winning gold in the finals. This match was a shellacking 6 – 1 win, let’s hope these Aussie’s can do even more!

Australian Election 2016 Graph Results

Today for maths our class did graphs about how many votes the federal parties got, this is the on I made:

http://www.abc.net.au/news/federal-election-2016/results/ for more information The Liberals got the second amount of votes but beat Labor by 7 seats, this is because it matters how many seats you get, not how many votes, Liberals got 76 seats, Labor got 69 seats and the Greens got 1! Also, Hope everyone is enjoying the Olympics

Election Graph

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This is my post we did for maths, I worked out Labor got more votes but not enough in some areas to claim the 76 seats!

Review. Senior S Tasting Station

Senior S Tasting Station

When I entered Senior S Tasting Station the design of the restaurant looked well designed, It  was effective how yu get the food, it was well thought of and it is also easy to get your food

When I walked up to the counter after I knew what to get… my first choice was salad’s dipped in Hummus with a blueberry, When I took a bite I didn’t taste the blueberry, but when I turned my tongue and flipped it that’s when I tasted it,, the blueberry was quite cold, squishy and sweet, It stayed in my mouth for a while which tasted quite unpleasant.

I was amazed because I could see the look on peoples faces of other people’s faces when they had their snack, so I was so enthusiastic to try another one! Continue reading

Prime And Composite Numbers – Maths Today

Other than the title sounding like a TV show like Seven News today we learnt about Prime and composite numbers – I knew a bit about it but we did a maths sheet that got me thinking! So our class all made our own presentation – Visit some blogs on this website to see more, http://stlukesstudentblogs.global2.vic.edu.au/

Here is mine!