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Student Blogging Challenge: South Australian Quiz

Our class have signed up for the Student Blogging Challenge this year. The Student Blogging Challenge is a series of weekly activities run over ten weeks. The goal of the challenge is to improve student blogging and commenting skills and connect with a global audience.

We are in the second week of the challenge and the activity we have chosen to do this week was to create a quiz about the state we live in South Australia. We hope you learn a little more about our state and be even tempted to come and visit.

Student Blogging Challenge 2011: Storybird

Storybird is my favourite Web 2.0 tool, because it is easy to use and fun to use and on it you can write your own story. This is something i have produced on storybird.

Waiting until Christmas by eloise2011mrb on Storybird

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By Eloise

Student Blogging Challenge: Storybird

Storybird is my favourite web 2.0 tool, because you can make your own story up and read it. Our teacher has put a blog post on his blog that explains all about it to other teachers. Here is the link http://primaryedutech.com/2011/storybird/.

Here is my Storybird.
The red eyed black dragon by kevin2011mrb on Storybird

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By Kevin

My ‘must see’ place in South Australia is the West Beach Caravan Park

You can go in the pool and jump on the jumping pillow. You can see the Beach. I enjoy swimming and the easter egg hunt.



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By Eva

Eva

My ‘must see’ place in South Australia is Port Pirie

A good must see place is Port Pirie, because you can see a model of a great white shark. You can go to the beach to see the sparkling clear water. Port Pirie is 245km from Aberfoyle Park. It is three hours and 45 min by car. I enjoyed all of the parks and buildings. They were all very interesting.



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By Madison

Madison

My ‘must see’ place in South Australia is Renmark

A must see place in South Australia is Renmark Caravan Park. You can do lots of things like jump on the jumping pillow. Meet new friends and do lots of things in the water like knee boarding. I enjoy going every school holidays because my Aunty and Uncle own it and we get free ice cream.

 
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By Ellie

Ellie

My ‘must see’ place in South Australia is Port Huges.

In Port Hughes you can see the beach. You can also see what used to be many years a go the  2nd biggest place in South Australia. There are mines where you can find gold. You can see a lot of camping spots. You can go to a lot of shops. You can go fishing.



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By Caroline

Caroline

My ‘must see’ place in South Australia is the Beach House at Glenelg

The beach house is a must see place, because you can see the Ferris wheel and you can get on it and it turns around and around. You can play lots of games with your brother or your sister or by yourself . The Beach House is in Glenelg.I enjoyed going on the Ferris wheel and the water slide.


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By Mari

Mari

My ‘must see’ place in South Australia is Mt. Gambier

Mt. Gambier is a must see place, because you can see the blue lake. Inside the blue lake is a volcano. The blue lake is fully blue in December. In a caravan park in Mt. Gambier you can jump on the jumping pillow, you can swim in the swimming pool, but it isn’t heated. Mt. Gambier is at the bottom of South Austraila near the Victorian border. It is 453km away from our school. It would take 5 hours and 43 minutes to get there by car.



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By Melanie

Melanie

My ‘must see’ place in South Australia is Kangaroo Island

My must see place is Kangaroo Island, because you can see the seals. You can also visit the lavender farm which has all the things that are made out of lavender even lavender ice-cream!  Kangaroo Island is an Island off the coast of South Australia. It is near Fleurieu Peninsula. Kangaroo Island is 7 times bigger then Singapore. I enjoyed going to the parrot rock it was very fun going in the rocks and the rock slides.


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By Koni

Koni

My must see place in South Australia is Mount Gambier

My must see place is Mount Gambier. What can you see there? You can see the Blue Lake. What can you do there? You can learn about the Blue Lake from a man. Where is it in South Austrailia? Mt Gambier is at the bottom of South Australia near the Victorian border. It is 453 km away from our school. It would take 5 hours 45 minutes to get there by car. What did I enjoy about this place? I enjoyed learning about the Blue Lake.

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By Joel

Joel

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My ‘must see’ place in South Australia is Glenelg

At Glenelg you can go fishing. There is a restaurant. When I was there last I saw some big kids jumping off the jetty. It looks scary. At the Glenelg Beach House you can go on the dodgem cars, water slide or play games such as a car race.  You can go on the tram.


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By Mitchell

Mitchell

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My ‘must see’ place in South Australia is Granite Island

My ‘must see’  place would be Granite island. You can buy different necklaces from the shop. You can go at night to see penguins, walk on cliffs and go fishing. It is off the coast of  Victor Harbour.I enjoyed the big rocks and the sight seeing.


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By Aden

Aden
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My must see place in South Australia is Port Hughes

In Port Hughes you can see the beach. You can also see the 2nd busiest  place in the past in South Australia. You can learn about the mines on a train. You can also go to the lolly shop. Port Hughes is at the top of Yorke Peninsula. It is 3 hours and 18 min drive from our school. I enjoyed the train ride and the caravan park.


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By Olivia

Olivia
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My ‘must see’ place in South Australia is the Adelaide Zoo.

A must see place in South Autraila is the Adelaide Zoo, because you can see lots of animals and people. You can eat your lunch and sit down on some grass and see a show about a bird. The Adelaide Zoo is in Adelaide. I enjoyed sleeping there and hiding treats for the sun bears in their enclosure which is what we did for our camp this year.

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By Thomas W

Thomas W

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