Date: August 4, 2010

Madison’s trip to Melbourne.

I went to Melbourne for 4 days. We flew over and had to travel around the city by tram. We visited the War Memorial Shrine, the Victoria Markets, Albert Park Lake and the Melbourne Aquarium. We also went to the rugby at Edihad Stadium. We saw the Crows play Richmond at the MCG.  I had an awesome holiday.

By Madison


Spelling Poem

Lazy dairy lazy diary what do you see I see a big factory

factory factory what do you see I see a big company

company company what do you see I see a big trophy

trophy trophy what do you see nothing I have no eyes

by Jordan


The Titanic Exhibition

I went to see the Titanic Exhibition in Melbourne. I liked it when I got to feel the fake Ice berg and it was very cold.  When I was lining up the people gave me this fake boarding pass ticket and they gave it to Mum and Dad and my Sister.  It said on each Boarding pass ticket  a name. On my boarding pass ticket was a man called Thomas.  In the 1st stage of the exhibition there was a spoon that was made of gold from the Titanic. The people found the gold spoon under the water 4 km down under the sea, which is amazing.  At the 5th stage of the exhibition there was the fake ice berg and plates that were found under the sea.  There was also a video of how the Titanic sunk .  In the last stage you found out if the person on your boarding pass survived. The person on my boarding pass ticket died.

By Braydon

Melbourne Museum Titanic Exhibition Link:


Arrays: Factor Families

Scootle activity:

Click on this link and have a go at solving the factor family problems. I have emailed you all the pin number that you will need to enter to access this activity.

Arrays: Factor Families Description

Make equal rows and columns to explore how numbers can be broken up into factors. For example, the number 24 can be expressed as 12×2 or 2×12, and therefore, it can be divided equally using its factors 12 and 2. Identify a missing factor to complete a factor family. Solve four expressions: two multiplication and two division statements. This learning object is one in a series of five objects.

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