What could it be?

What could it be?

For those of you who don’t know, there is a vacant land beside our school.

Each day when I come to school,  I wonder about all  the wonderful, magical things that could be there, a rainbow tennis court, a theme park and lots of other great things.

In January, they are going to start building a hub, which will have a kinder, and library and lots of other things for the community.

If you could have anything in the land beside our school,

Stop and think of something, you think is really cool,

It could be anything you want it to be,

It could be a monkey,

Swinging on a tree,

It could be a waterslide,

With twirls and a giant drop,

It could be a chocolate factory,

With lots of lollypops,

What about a skatepark,

With heaps of jumps to do tricks,

Or what about a strawberry patch,

With lots of strawbs to pick,

Maybe a great toy shop,

Filled with  all the coolest toys,

Everything you want,

For every girl and boy,

Now, I would pick my favourite thing,

A rainbow tennis court,

To finish off my favourite thing,

With my idol Kim Clijsters of course.

Enjoy my PhotoPeach, What could it be?

(All photos in this PhotoPeach are from FlickrCC)

 

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If you could have your choice, what would you like to have beside our school?

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Good Luck, Miss Hannan and Miss Paul!

Check out these blogs, they also did this post:  4KM and 4KJ blog, Clancy’s Corner and  Smiling with Sophie.

Unfortunately, our outstanding student teachers, Miss Hannan and Miss Paul finished their student teaching in 4KM and 4KJ on Wednesday, 6th June. 4KM and 4KJ thoroughly enjoyed having Miss Hannan and Miss Paul and 4KM and 4KJ wish them all the best for their teaching career.

Lots of fun things we did with Miss Hannan were:

  • Learning that Miss Hannan’s sister is Sophie, from the Block. If you don’t know what the Block is, click here, to visit to the website. We also met one of the Block gnomes.
  • We loved using our imagination while writing narratives.
  • Doing lots of fun activities in maths like: vertical addition, vertical subtraction and money.
  • We all enjoyed learning about Bike Ed. We learnt about the parts of a bike, road saftey rules and important tips.

This is Miss Hannan and Miss Paul.

 It will be sad to see you go and all of 4KM and 4KJ will miss both of you. I wish you all the best for your teaching career!

What activities did you enjoy with Miss Hannan or Miss Paul?

Would you like to be a teacher one day?

What would you like to be when you grow up?

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Animals:

Did you know…

  • Octopus’ have eight hearts.

  • Elephants are the only mammals that can’t jump.

  • Butterflies taste with their feet.

  • There is no sideways movement for a cats jaw.

  • Polar Bears are left handed.

  • An ostrich’s eye is bigger than it’s brain.

  • Snails can sleep for three years without eating.

  • Porcupines float in water.

  • Many hamsters only blink one eye at a time.

  • A giraffe can clean it’s ears with it’s 21-inch long tongue!

  • A rat can last longer without water than a camel.

  • Armadillos sleep for an average of 18.5 hours a day.

  • Starfish don’t have brains.

  • Emus and kangaroos cannot walk backwards, and are on the Australian Coat of Arms for that reason.

  • Cats have thirty-two muscles in each ear.

Our bodies

  • The average person falls asleep in seven minutes.

  • 11% of people are left handed.

  • 8% of people have an extra rib.

  • Your tongue is the fastest healing part of your body.

Words/alphabet/etc.

  • The most commonly used letter in the alphabet is E.

  • The least used letter in the alphabet is Q.

  • Dreamt is the only word in the English dictionary that ends in mt.

  • If you try to say the alphabet without moving your lips or tongue, every letter will sound the same.

  • The Hawaiian alphabet has 12 letters.

  • The longest word without a vowel is rhythm.

  • The letter W is the only letter in the alphabet that has three syllables.

Australian/world/countries

  • The names of all the continents both start and end with the same letter.

  • Perth is Australia’s windiest city.

  • The flag for Libya is unlike any other being a solid green colour.

  • The only continent without an active volcano is Australia.

Sport

  • The average golf ball has around 336 dimples.

  • The Olympic flag was designed in 1913.

  • About 42,000 tennis balls are used in the Wimbledon Championship. 

  • A bowling pin will fall at a tilt of 7.5 degrees.

  • The game Tug-Of-War was an Olympic sport from 1900-1920

  • Golf is the only sport to be played on the moon by Alan Sheperd in 1971.

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