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Writing the Roma: Histories, Policies, and Communities in Canada by Cynthia Levine-Rasky (143)

This is another treasure of a book. This time it is a nonfiction book! I guess relaxing is a good idea when you go to your local library. 299 more words


Silicon identified as ‘missing element’ in Earth’s core

Scientists from Tohoku University in Japan have claimed that Silicon (Si) is the ‘missing element’ in the Earth’s core. This discovery could help us to better understand how our world formed.

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Pearl of the Harbour

The first thing you notice when you’re flying into Sydney is the water. Lots of it. The constellation of neighborhoods comprising the city stretches along miles of waterfront on the twisting shores of Sydney Harbour. 894 more words


Special Mentions

Here they are, our Special Mentions for last week. From the left we have Excellent Effort (bronze) for great Geography work, Leading in Learning (silver) for Maths and Terrific Thinking (bronze) for fabulous Literacy.


The 5 hotels all inclusive in Cuba among the best 10 Travelers Choice according to TripAdvisor

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This is according to millions of authentic traveler reviews from around the world, reflecting the best of service, quality and customer satisfaction in the comments posted on the site. 130 more words

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Week 13 Monday Geography

Yesterday we did some geography, we looked at the tectonic plates and how they used to be an island, we talked about fossil records and how some fossils dug up from south america looked the same as some of the fossils dug up in africa, we also talked about climate change.


Monday Week 13 Geography

On Monday we did some geography. In geography we talked about tectonic plates and how the world was all pretty much one big island (according to scientists). 48 more words