today I will tell you about my camp experience well this is how it went.
Day 1 : Ferne Gully Lodge Activities
we did so much cool stuff at Ferne Gully Lodge like zip line ‘ leap of faith ‘ Giant Swing ‘ Archery And commando course. my favriote one was the Giant Swing what they do they put a harness on you then they clip you in they the rest of your group pulls you up I all about the grip I didn’t make it to the top but if I knew how fun it was then I would have gone to the top. I am not going to lie but I was sacred to death on the leap of faith I didn’t make it to the top those but I was fun.at night we also wacth the lorax
day 2 :puffing billy ‘Yellingbo Reserve’ Dandenong
this day was pack we went in our groups (I was in Mrs launces group) and went two this reserve for the Helmeted honey Eater they showed us so much of them they so cute it was sad learn that there used to be only 50 left in the wild but now theirs about 200 then we took off to PUFFYING BILY it was so much fun I went in craggier number 15 I took endless photos then when we were there we had lunch lots of birds crowed around us one even flew on my HEAD. then ranger Julia took us on a tour around the garden it was amazing how tall mountain ash is it was boatful then after we jumped on the bus and left we had a another movie it was the best movie I had ever watch I had a good sleep. now on to the next day
day 3 : Hillsville sanctuary
ok let me tell you something I have been here 10000 times. I think the best part was the bird show it was so cool my favriote bird was Kevin here was a parrot that talk it was awesome there was also a wedge tail egail it keep on eating for the whole time he showed us how she ate. we also had a playterpuss show I learnt what balloon can do to the environment so I had promise that I would use bubbles at my next event not balloons we also got to go to the gift shop I got a cute platypuses then we left and I was reaudited with my family camp was the best exsion yet.
Yesterday we went on an excursion to Mt Rothwell Biodiversity Interpretation Centre. Here we learnt… and we got the opportunity to complete the following activities:
- Rock Wallaby spotting
- Cape-weed Weeding to help grow more food for the Brush-tailed Rock Wallabies and other animals
- Art with Sue Anderson
- Scat and tracks exploring
- Night walk to spot the nocturnal animals in their habitat
I was in Mrs Malone group we first saw the rock wallaby they where very cute one was staring right at us but he jumped away then we did weeding it was tiring but fun as well but mostly tyring then we had to walk back for ART it was so much FUN Sue Anderson is a famous artist who is known for land space she talk to us all about her work i loved how we shared our picture with the person on our left and we would all get the persons next to us picture and then draw something else on it then we painted with water colours I painted a tree it was old and burnt but lots of leaves on it then we look at skeletons . they where kind of scary we tried to guess what animals they where. then we got given a book that was called tracks scats and other traces. we had to team up I was wives eve I was the person who holds da book while eve look for clues. we found so many clues such as feather bones and paw print and even POO. then we whent back for DINNER! Richard cook us dinner yeah Richard came any way we got sausages, it was a big fight for a table so me and eve and lenea and Tavy we found a spot on the gourd and ate our dinner then we got in to our groups grab our flashlight (I lost mine which was sad)then we head off as we where walking down we saw a eastern bard bandicoot it was cute then we saw an owl. we kept on walking we didn’t see much after that after the night walk we gather our stuff(I found my flashlight I known I am silly to not look in my hat)and got on the bus it was a fun day and night see you all in my next blog bye for now
on the 22 of the 8 2017 we had so much fun at the farm and it was my birthday on the same day 😁 my fav part was dampers they had cheese fruit and seeds I chooses seeds I dind’t like the shearing that much because haw they sheared the sheep I just didn’t like it . my group was call the bandit with Mrs shier. we also got to ride a mini crane it was fun then we got to sit in this GIANT machine I can’t remember the name those. I also like the quiz . so we got given a pieces on paper that had question on it we all got pared up and started the quiz. it was like a tour of the farm we also got given a big chat by this guy who use to teach the enviro he talk about indigenous plants and native plants and he gave us a pamphlets about native plants a man also showed us an old saddle that they used to put on the horses. we also got told how they put on and how they had these thing by side the horses’ head to keep it focus. then we got on another bus and what to a other farm. we had lunch at that farm we had to climb up a little steep hill and the view up there was amazing but then we had to go back to school that was a very fun day too bad it had to end so quickly
Reading response: You and Me, Murrawee
What did the author and illustrator want us to think about and know from reading this book?
this book is about a girl who takes the same footsteps as an aboriginal child. They did the same things in different time, 200 years apart.
I think the author wanted us to think about the way they did things and then look at the way we do things. We use so much power I never knew that we use so much power we never really took a close look at the river…noticing the things around us.
my first semester at middle school has been interesting because of my teachers and my friends.
my favourite class I had this semester was PE.
in Envrio we had lots of fun but 1 gunnie pig died so did Magnificent the chicken it was sad but when you look after 5 Guinea pigs and 9 or 8 chickens things do get a little out of hand.
one of our projects was a local animal diorama when we pick a local bird or animal then resrech about it I am doing the blue wren also known as the supep fairy wren or fairy wren.
we’re doing a house music competition – my house Pegasus is singing ‘I’m still standing’.
in Enviro we cook every Friday each class takes it in turns to cook with Richard I cooed pizza.
next term we are doing drama I am so existing .
we also do river time where we go drown to the barown river and catch fish shrimp and water bugs.
we had a full on term so I am tired. I can’t wait till drama because it sounds fun I love acting next term is going to be lots of fun but I am going to miss art it was lots of fun
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