Friday, March 13, 2009

Australian Aboriginals

Our class is learning about the Australian Aboriginals. We have learnt a lot about them. We are also learning about people who live by Uluru. The people who live by Uluru eat a type of food called bush tucker. They suck the nectar from honey grevillea flowers. They eat honey ants. The children like to play in the sand. They like to explore the rocks.
By SM

9 comments:

Little Voices, Little Scholars. said...

Thank you for sharing the information about Uluru with us. We have never heard of that before. Good for you for choosing such an interesting topic.

From,
Mrs She and Room 5 Pt England School Auckland

AngeNZ said...

Wow! You have learnt alot the Australian Aboriginals. I can believe they eat food called bush tucker. What food in New Zealand would be the same as bush tucker ... fish and chips?? and do the honey ants really taste like honey? Please tell me when you find out. I look forward to learning some more about the Australian Aboriginals.

Justine said...

hello room 6, you are doing a lot of interesting work on the Australian Aboriginal people. Have you done any artwork yet? The Aboriginal art work uses lots of dots and tells many of the dream-time stories that you have been learning about. I'm sure you will do some and share the pictures on line.
Well done from Mrs Driver @pakurangaheights

Mrs Tuala and Room 9 @ Pt England School said...

Tena koutou Room 6,
That's great that you are learning about our Aborigine neighbours and discovering their unique culture. We want to say Thanks for leaving an encouraging comment about Room 9's movie. We hope to share more about what we are learning throughout the year.
Soifua,
Mrs Tuala and Room 9 from Pt England School, Auckland

Mrs Tuala and Room 9 @ Pt England School said...

Tena koutou Room 6,
That's great that you are learning about our Aborigine neighbours and discovering their unique culture. We want to say Thanks for leaving an encouraging comment about Room 9's movie. We hope to share more about what we are learning throughout the year.
Soifua,
Mrs Tuala and Room 9 from Pt England School, Auckland

Anonymous said...

Hi It's Ruth

I learnt about Austalia Aboriginals in Year 4 im in year 7 now.

Hope you enjoy learning abouyt them I did.

Ruth

Pam Cranford said...

I have never heard of Uluru. Thank you for researching and posting that information. I teach a sped class in Texas and we have just started our blog in February. We would love to have you visit and leave us your comments @ http://www.coconnections.wonecks.net

Also please link us to your blogroll list. We would love to make more connections.

Teresa said...

Hi Room 6 Cyber Kids,
Thanks for visiting our site. We were interested in reading your retelling of the Aboriginal Dreaming story called "The Kingfisher". Well done
From
Mrs Shep and the Bungee Jumping Cookies

Anonymous said...

I have seem Uluru on pictures and it looks pretty cool. I would like to go there.


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