here is a link on how we solved a maths problem.
Lou Richards was a famous Collingwood football player he was born on the 15th of march 1823 and died on the 8th of may at the Melbourne nursing home at the age of 94. He was a magpie great, who played 250 games. Lou Richards state funeral was today ( 17th may ) from 11am.
The nick name he was mostly called was Louie the lip, the name everyone knew him by was Lou Richards. When he played his first match his age was 18y 84d and his age of the last match he play was 32y 151d.
I wish that was got to meet Lou Richards before he died because he was my favourite AFL player in 1901-1960.
This is a pre test and we haven’t been taught anything yet so I’m not sure if all my answers are right.
Before Federation, Australia was divided into 6 separate……………………………..
The other country that Australia was part of was England.
Who’s is Henry Parks? I don’t know who Henry Parks is.
Why were the initial attempts to become a Federation rejected? I don’t know when the federation was rejected.
What role did Alfred Deakin play in becoming a Federation? I don’t what Alfred Deakin played in becoming a federation.
In what year did Australia become a nation? I don’t know when Australia became a nation.
Who was Australia’s first Prime Minister? I don’t know who was Australia’s first Prime Minister was.
How did Federation impact on Indigenous people and Chinese migrants? The federation impacted on indigenous people and Chinese migrants because they have a different nationalities.
What do you know about the Eureka Stockade? I don’t know much about the Eureka Stockade.
What were some big events that have happened between 1901 and 1960? The big events that happened between 1901 and 1960 was world war 1 and 2.
Who were some important people between 1901 and 1960? Important people that were around was Don Bradma.
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This week my grade and myself did a chellange which was to find out how many people would fit in our double rooms, standing up.
I was a partner with my friend Grace we started off with drawing a square metre. 12 people fit in each square metres.
In the 1 big room, the area was 64 so we added the the 2 big rooms so it = 128. Then we did the middle room/bag room which the area was 28. Next we did 128 + 28 =156. The last thing we did was 156 x 12 = 1,872.
The last couple weeks my grade and I were practicing our song for the New Gisboune Primary School concert. Our song is called “Who You Know”. Our song starts of like so some girls do bridges and the other half are crossing their arms.
On Thursday we did practicing for orienteering for next Thursday. I was in a group with Sophie, Lulu and myself. On map 4 it took 12:51 to mark every single number. On map 2 we took 5:51 to get through every marker. Map 4 was a bit harder then map 2 because some markers were put together and we didn’t know which one was the right one.
Yesterday NGPS had a footy colours day because the footy grand final. I wore a Collingwood football jersey and skins underneath my shorts. We also had an icy pole and had to bring in a $1-$2 donation. There were 5 people who wore Collingwood jerseys. There was 1 person who forgot to wear their Fremantle jersey.
click the picture ⬇️ to read more about footy colours day.
This week in P.E we were doing softball. In softball I learnt how to catch the real ball with a glove. Something I found hard was to catch the ball if you were on the base because people in my class were screaming at me, which means I lost my concentration.
On the 26th of July the grade 5’s went to the Bendigo discovery centre. It took 1 hour and 15 minutes to get there. When we first got there we had to eat our snacks for 20 minutes.
After that my class went to the vertical slide. I decided to go on it but aventurally I didn’t go on it because I am afraid of heights.
Then we went to the lab. In the lab my friend and I made an ice pack, then a lava lamp. After the lab we ate out lunch.
Police box time! In the police box was a planetarium dome. In the planetarium we had a look at what types of planets there are. And we had to look at the night sky that night.
We went to the discovery centre because we are going to have a science fair. This was how day went at the Bendigo discovery centre.
The Kelly Gang were a robbing and murderers. They were on the run for 2 years, they were also famous bush Rangers. The members of the Kelly Gang are Ned Kelly, Dan Kelly, James Kelly, Joe Byrne and Steve Hart.
In April 1878 that’s when the Kelly Gang formed and started murdering, robbing. They travelled around the world and took over small country towns.
Ned Kelly was born in 1854 on a farm on the side of big hill near Beveridge. Ned Kelly’s mother was Ellen Quinn Kelly who had 3 children with George King. And 9 with John Kelly.
John Kelly found Ellen Quinn Kelly and married her in 1850 in Melbourne, Victoria. Ellen Quinn Kelly sisters were Catherine (Quinn) Lioyd, Jane (Quinn) Loiyd.
John (Red) Kelly died in Avenel in 1866 the age of 46 years.
The Kelly Gang were famous because they were famous bush ranges and were on the run for 2 years. People were also frightened of them from the costoms they wore.
I’ve discovered a book called boy overboard. I’m predicting that these characters will immigrate because he wants to begin a new career with soccer in Australia. This book has to do with soccer because on the front cover it has a world soccer ball.
I’ve never read a Morris Gleitzman book before so I’m hoping this is gonna be a good one.
This Wednesday I played interschool sport and it is football. In our first game we played Holly Cross and the scores were 0-1, we won. In our second game we won, the scores were 0-12. Then we went to grand final, it was a tough game between New Gisborne and Gisborne primary, but in the end we lost by 24 points.
Here is an example of some persuasive writing. When I was writing these two persuasive text, I was trying to make the reader guilty.
Wow! Second last day school today, nearly holidays. Today my class and I were looking at a school holidays activity site. Here is a link to the website.
The one that chose were:
• Hermannsberg Poter For Kids
• Victoria museum
• AFL Holiday program.
The reason I chose Hermannsberg because I’m a sporty girl. The other one that I chose was Victoria museum because I’ve never been there and I wonder what sort of things are in there. The last one of the three is AFL Program because AFL is my favourite sport.
Have a look and see what you want.
The Australians joined with the Great Britain to fight the Turkish and the German armie. The Australians and the New Zaeland’s landed in Egypt for four months for training. They landed on a beach at Gallipoli called ANZAC cove. The Australians and New Zealand’s jumped out of the boats carrying 50k some soldiers sunk.