My infographic is here!
My infographic is here!
1We use 10 million straws a day.
2 Molly has perswaded the council to remove straws
3 Mollly has perswaded 90 schools to stop using straws
1 Why does plastic take so long to reduce?
2 why do animals think that plastic is food?
1 I now understand why we shouldn’t use plastic straws
My goal is to add more descriptive words.
The prompt is:…Although they ran quickly, they were still not making enough progress…
She could see the fnish line. Slowly getting closer as their team sprinted through the crowded streets. After a day of scavenger hunting they were exgausted but all that was on their minds was the sweet smell of victory at the finish line. Sally had been apointed the captain of the team. She turned around and could see the second place team behind them and although they ran quickly, they were still not making enough progress. Sally sped up and so did the team. It would be close.
4.5 star rating
Horizon 2 – Deadzone is an interesting and exiting book set in a foreign world. The author Jennifer A. Nielsen really encourages you to think outside the box as the characters discover new and amazing things that changes their world.
Horizon 2 is set in a world inside our world where two moons rise every night and strange creatures invade the land. Javi, Oliver, Yoshi, Anna, Kira, Akiko and Molly all try to make their way across the desert in this second horizon book. They face tornados, robots willing to kill and heaps more and the killbot team makes their way to the building on the other side of the sand.
I found Horizon 2 – Deadzone and interesting and addictive book that you won’t want to put down. I recommend this book to people aged 9+ and let you take in all the mystery, adventure and bravery of this magnificent book.
1. Aboriginals were only able to vote in 1962
2. Voting age was 21 until 1973
3. Voting is compulsory in Australia
1. Why didn’t they want aboriginals to vote?
2. Who finally let everyone vote?
1. I understand the history of voting.
“Are those real?”
“Excuse me.” I say,”Are these chocolate eggs?”
“No silly. They are hard boiled eggs. It is a tradition here to have boiled eggs instead of chocolate ones.” The attendent said.
I walk back over to Max.
“They are real.” I say holding out his bright green egg.
“No they aren’t” he says trying to find the edge of his “rapper.” Suddently he sinks his teeth in to the hard shell.
1. Party’s make preference deals
2. The goverment is geting rid of group voting
3. If the changes go ahed it will make a big difference
1. Why did they make group voting in the first place?
2. how do they make the preference deals.
1. I now understand why we are changing the voting
“Sally!” I cry as I sprint up the stairs to her bedroom. I thump on the door madly until she opens it.
“Sally you’ll never believe what I saw today.” I said sitting down on her over sized bed.
“What was it Max?” she asked.
“Well I was at the park just walking along and I saw this huge teacup! It was just sitting right in the ground!” I exclaimed.
“Was it gold or bronze? It could be a statue.” Sally asked,
“No it was all colourful and bright.”
“I wonder who put it there.” I say.
“Yeah me too.”
1. Fedral takes care as the country as a whole
2. State takes care of he states and territories
3. We didn’t always have 3 goverments
1.How did they get the idea to make only three levels?
2. How many people look after each level?
1. I now understand how Local, State and Fedral.
The prompt is: …but what if I was in charge?…
I raced around the table, the Misstress right behind. I ran as fast as I could and sped up the wooden steps to the dorms. I locked the door to my room shut and then lay sprawled on my bed. I hate this school! They have such harsh rules, …but what if I was in charge? Everything would change. We would have pool parties and lazer tag days. This would be the best school ever! Well for the kids anyway maybe not the parents. As I lay on my bed looking up at the ceiling I drift off to sleep.