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Pelicans

Some pelicans live in Australia. They like to live near water like seas and also rivers or ponds. They also live on the land.

 

A pelican is a large bird and it has white feathers. It has a long beak with a sharp hook on the end. It has very short. Young pelicans have pink bills and legs and adult pelicans have orange bills and legs.

 

Pelicans like to eat lots of fish and crabs; also frogs and lobsters.

 

The baby pelicans grunt to beg for food a call that sounds much like the bark of a small dog.

 

Pelicans live 15 – 25 years

ANZAC Biscuit

 

Last week Room 6  was learning about ANZAC biscuits and why they are important to New Zealanders and Australians. In world war 1 New  Zealanders and Australians fought together in war. NZ and Australian women baked ANZAC cookies  for the soldiers to eat. The ingredients are butter,  flour,  golden syrup and baking soda. When I took a bite it tasted crunchy and crumbly like salty chips, but it was as sweet as sugar.

 

Celebrating our 175 Year Jubilee

On 17.03.23 it was St Patrick’s 175 year jubilee celebrations on Friday Saturday and Sunday. On Friday I woke up so early I was still tired. I brushed my teeth and washed my  face and got ready. When we got to school I played with some friends. When the bell rang I started to feel excited for the day ahead.

At first we walked over to the church. Father asked us some questions about the life of St Patrick. Afterwards we went outside to dig up the Time Capsule from 25 years ago. He asked something like what would we look like after 25 years and we all sang songs and all of us were happy.

Then we came back to school and had morning tea. After that we played tabloids in teams. My favourite activity was paper, scissors, rock.

On Sunday some of my family came with me to church. After church we went to the hall. We saw some dances and had lunch. It was the greatest celebration for our school and parish together.

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