Where in the World Are We?


We are learning about geography in our class for Inquiry. What did you learn after watching these videos 3/4s? What do these videos make you wonder about?

Inquiry- New Topic


This little video contains clues about our NEW Inquiry topic for Term 4. Can you guess our NEW Inquiry Topic?

Grand Prize winner Animation by The Animation School

What questions came to your mind while watching this video? What did you think the ‘main idea’ was? Who are the main characters and what characteristics would you use to describe these characters? (Can you think about any evidence) Challenge #1: How long ago do you think setting was for this video? Challenge #2: The title ‘wing it’ is also figurative language (an idiom), do you know what ‘wing it’ it means? And lastly, any guesses about our NEW Inquiry topic for Term 4?

Different Biomes of the World


What is something you learnt about different habitats or biomes of the world? What is something you want to learn more about?

Why is the Earth in a Spin?


Check out this video which is a good introduction to our topic.

What did you learn from the video? What is something you are wondering about or want to learn in our new inquiry topic?

Our Indigenous People Research Slide Shows by 3/4M


By Sophia 3/4M

By Vivian 3/4M

By Veronica 3/4M

By Isaac 3/4M

By Mandy 3/4M

By Andy 3/4M

By Kaylan 3/4M

By Skye 3/4M

By Thomas 3/4M

By Jason 3/4M

Australia Word Search


In Integrated Studies we have been learning more about Australia and we did a little bit of research about a state or territory and then presented it to the class. What are some things that you have learnt about an Australian State or Territory? What states, territories or capital cities can you find in the word search above?

Healthy Habits and Healthy ME


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This term our Inquiry topic is Healthy Habits, Healthy Me! We started off our unit with a fun WOW Activity with Voki where we were health professionals for a day. In a group, we listened to the symptoms of many different patients and then we got to prescribe a healthy habit plan for them. This was great fun! Below is our Voki presentation if you too want to try being a health professional for a day!

How did you do? Could you give all of the patients a healthy habit plan?

What do you wonder about or want to learn about in our new unit ‘Healthy Habits, Healthy ME’? What does ‘health’ mean to you? What is a ‘habit’? Is it important to be healthy? Why? What happens if you aren’t healthy?




This term, in Integrated Studies our topic is ‘Survival on Earth’. We started our unit with a WOW activity. First we watched an awesome episode of Man vs Wild. Next, we read a news article that told us that Bear Grylls had been FIRED and we could apply for his job. In order to apply for the job the ‘producers’ asked that we work with a team in order to identify items from different habitats and sort them into the correct habitats such as: the arctic, desert, rainforest and ocean habitats. We worked very quickly to sort everything and match it to its correct habitat. Many of us made the mistake of matching the penguin with the arctic habitat but we learnt a few interesting things during this activity like, penguins are only found in the antarctic, NOT the arctic. We also learnt that there isn’t always snow in the arctic. Something we also learnt after we completed our activity was that Bear Grylls was not actually fired and we weren’t able to apply for his job. ‘Oh well’ we thought, we really enjoyed this WOW activity anyways!!

What questions do you have, that you would like to learn about our topic ‘How to Survive on Earth?’

Written by Danny HO HO, Sophie Soaps and Miss M&M

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