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Descriptive Writing

Good writers can create a picture in their readers’ minds.

They can do this by:

  • using interesting vocabulary.
  • elaborating on details.
  • showing, rather than telling, some of the details.
  • describing all five senses (what can be seen, heard, tasted, felt and smelt).
  • using lots of adjectives (describing words).
  • using metaphors or similies to compare two things.
  • using synonyms (words with similar meanings) to make interesting word choices.

Lets start by first talking about who you think is a good writer!

Leave a comment to tell us about your favorite writer.

Why do you like this writer?

Now provide examples of how they achieve the characteristics of good writers by sharing quotes from their stories.


Our World – Our Environment

We have been learning about different cultures and places in our Geography class.

Now it’s time to do some research on your own!

Watch this amazing Time is Nothing // Around the World Time Lapse from 17  Countries.

After you’ve watched the video you need to leave a comment to tell us about as much as you can about one location shown in the video.

Time is Nothing // Around The World Time Lapse from Kien Lam on Vimeo.

Now leave a comment to tell us more:

Where is the location?

What is happening at that location?

What is important about the location?

Why did this location interest  you?

What other interesting facts can you tell us?


Learning about Shapes

We’ve been learning about shapes in our maths lessons.

The World around us is made up of lots of shapes and this is an important concept for students to understand.

The students have been learning about:

  • 3D shape
  • 2D shape
  • regular polygon
  • prism
  • pyramid
  • vertices

What 3D shapes can you identify in this photo?

Photo Credit: Alan via Compfight

 Can you name any 3D shapes in this photo?

Can you define any of our shape vocabulary?



Our Country – Our Heritage

We’ve been learning about Australia in class.

Lets see what we can recognize?

Can you identify what these photos are of and which State (or Territory) the photos were taken?  What else can you tell us about the locations these photos were taken?




Welcome to the our new school year!

This blog will be used to update you on information that is important for you throughout the school year.

On this blog, you will find:

  • Information on important class dates.
  • Videos/pictures from class and school events.
  • Assignment and homework information.

And much more!

Thank you for following this blog, and I hope that you find it useful!

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