This will be my very last post in my Primary School years. Some of the special moments that I posted have been writing about The Switch, Silvagni Project and They’re Calling On You. One of the successes the have occurred to me was actually making my buddie Kiara talk to me! It took almost 150 odd days but she finally talked to me and not making me hear everyone else say that she talked to them. One of the challenges that I have faced have been making my buddie talk, as it took almost 150 odd days you can almost feel the pain that is inside of me. The funniest moment that has happened to me were being with my friends. I know it sound weird but it is, telling jokes and being silly is what they’re specialty is! The dumbest riddle my friends went around and told was, You can enter, but may not come in. I have space, but you cannot walk. I have keys, but open no lock. What am I? A Computer! Finally, I will miss writing on this blog but not everything can always go on for forever! Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Have you ever heard the name Stephen Silvagni? Famous player for Carlton, his nickname is SOS? Well for my Italian project this term we had to pick a famous Italian person, so I choose Stephen Silvagni. Stephen Silvagni played 312 games and kicked 202 goals, he was only 16 when he started playing! Silvagni got inducted into the AFL hall of fame in 2005 and the Carlton hall of fame in 1996! Have a look at my Italian project for term 3:
Today we have been learning about ecosystems and the ecosystem I am working on is the marine ecosystem, swampland in other words. In particular the Mangrove Swamp, did you know that the tide controls life in a Mangrove Swamp, because the Mangrove branches goes up to breathe a little, but when the tide goes back out, the whole tree in not underwater anymore. There is two types of waters the Mangrove Swamps have around them, they are saltwater and freshwater. My favorite animal that lives in a saltwater Mangrove Swamp is the Saltwater Crocodile.
Mangrove Swamps have over 80 types of Mangrove trees at a Mangrove Swamps, so all over the island there are 80 different types of Mangrove trees all over the place. What is your favorite animal that is at an Mangrove Swamp?
On Tuesday we had buddies and my buddy’s name is Kiara, but the most difficult thing is that she won’t talk to me, EVER! So I made a goal so by the time I leave this school I need Kiara to talk to me. Last buddy time I didn’t get her to talk so my challenge goes on.