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100 word challenge

Its far too hot to do anything today. People are passing out because it’s so not and I’m staying inside in my bathers on the couch because its so hot. I am not movie and I’m eating heaps of icy poles. I thought about going to the beach but I don’t want skin cancer or sun burn. I have to look after my sick little brother too! Sadly what a way to ruin the summer he just had to get sunstroke the day before the coolest party! Now I’m stuck, here for 3 days on the couch and I would much rather be out tomorrow swimming and having fun with my friends!

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Poems!

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For the last few weeks at my school we have been doing poetry. We have done, bio poems, haiku poems, tanka poems, limerick poems, found poems! We have done lots. Today I will share one of them I have completed which is my Hakui poem.

Asylum seekers
Unhealthy homeless people
Seeking a safe home.

Unemployed and scared
Moving to a new country
To be sent back home.

Passengers aboard
Travelling on unsafe boats
Scared of the unknown.

I created this with three different haiku is to make a big one! Hope you enjoy!

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Week 2- must see places

In victoria, Australia there are a lot of must see places! If you ever come here these are some of the top five places!

1. Eureka skydeck- The Eureka Skydeck is a 279 meter (975 ft) tall skyscraper located in southbank, Melbourne. It overlooks the beautiful city and is the tallest public observation deck in the whole of the Southern Hemisphere.

2. The Great Ocean Road- The Great Ocean Road is located between Allansford and Torquay. It’s 243 Kilometres long!

3. Queen Victoria market- The Queen Victoria Market is the largest open market in the whole of the Southern Hemisphere!

4. Werribee zoo- Werribee Open Range Zoo is an African themed zoo in Werribee, with safaris and lots of fun activities!

5. Sea life Melbourne aquarium- Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is a Southern Ocean and Antarctic aquarium in central Melbourne.

thanks for reading!

Millie! 🙂

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Student blogging challenge- week 3

Being able to connect to each other easily on the internet and social media has a lot of goods and bads. One of the goods is you can keep in touch with friends and family that live far away you can talk to them online and still being able to see the exciting things they are doing. You can meet people online but some aren’t who they say they are, people can pretend to be people they’re not and try to gain your trust. You should never talk to strangers online, its dangerous to let personal information leak out onto the internet because there are something’s you wouldn’t want everyone to know, for example your address, your phone number or your school which is a down side. you need to be careful of what people know about you because once it goes on the internet, it’s out there forever. Some people use social media when they are too young and don’t know what the right thing to do is, they give themselves a negative digital footprint.  Hopefully everyone will eventually use the internet properly.

thanks for reading, Millie 🙂

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About me! :)

Hi, My name is Millie, I’m in grade six. I love playing piano and guitar, but most if all I love netball It’s my favourite sport. I love spending time with my bunny, his name is Bonnie. I also have a dog named Minty and a bird called Juddy. I love spending time with all of them. This year I am lucky enough to have my own blog to share some of my school work and other things.

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