100 word challenge week #15

In 2017 I hope that the year will go quick, but I’ll be able to remember it, go to Hawaii or Queensland for the first time ever, go to Western Australia to see my cousins that I haven’t seen since I was 3, ride on a boat and see Dolphins in the Ocean, get my work finished faster at school, and have more fun with my friends!

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100 word challenge week #14

I was going to Melbourne to see my auntie, when I arrived she raced out of her front door, jumped off her steps and came over to see me. “It’s so wonderful to see you” she screamed “Come in, come in”. I had some dinner and then Went to bed, after I went to bed I heard a noise. Something or someone lurking in the shadows, I saw something, I heard “blelp mhee” as I turned round it changed shape, and then I saw it was my auntie she had eaten peanuts and got an allergic reaction. She got better.

100 word challenge week #12

I was in a wide, orange, crocodile. I’ll tell you How, so I was walking down a mountain and I came along a river, “Yes I found water,” I yelled. 

Then I saw a huge lump coming out of the water, it was a crocodile, I was 20 meters within the crocodile, and suddenly. 


The walls of dirt collapsed onto him. Well that’s what I thought, so I turned around to walk home and the crocodile ate me, luckily he ate me whole And I fell out. 

From Ella

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This week we did gym. The gym we went to was Jets Gym. It is very different (in a good way) to Palmers gym. I learnt how to do a flip on a bar. I did chin-ups and climbed a rope! I did cartwheels.

We learnt different positions like the moterbike position and the rocket position. There was different types of skipping. The ones I could do was fast skipping, slow skipping and Criss cross.

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100 word Challenge week #11

I was on the moon, I was finding moon powder for my potion, my potion made you live forever! Suddenly I saw a creature, an old shrivelled up green thing walking slowly towards me. I found myself trying to jump back to my rocket, but unfortunately a skinny, bony hand got grip of me I screamed and kicked. Surprisingly the “Thing” which was an alien said in his pitchy voice “Greetings humans of Earth”,

I was speechless. His name was Luna, I said WorldView 4 Launch, 11 November 2016Creative Commons License I’d come back some time soon, Which I did and gave him the potion, he lived forever!

Good News, Bad News By Colin McNaughton

This book is about a boy with a wild imagination, where at one point he has to go to the dentist, then at another point he escapes, just in time because of his dentist being count Dracula. In the end he goes home with vampire fangs and his mum asks how his day was.

From Ella


Dear Family,

I have not long got off the ship and I’m in Victoria. The food here is boiled ham and peas instead of Shellfish and you don’t get much to eat. I am sleeping in the ship that took me here along with most of the others. It is so scratchy and cold. The water here is filthy. The grass here is dead or none at all, but in Scotland the grass is green and fresh everyday. The cottages are small and short, as where we live the cottages are tall and big.

Yours Sincerely


100 word challenge week # 10

I was playing outside on my swing as I saw people running down the street, What was happening? But where were they going? I decided to follow. I ended up watching a whole lot of kids doing round offs, hand sprints and things inside a tent that was HUGE! It was a big show. I went home and sat on the swing as I thought about how long it would take them to practise.

From Ella

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Anastasia Hayes Biography

Anastasia Butler was born in 1817 at Castle, Ireland. She is most known for making the Southern Cross flag.

She was an only child, Anastasia’s parents names were Richard Butler and Ellen Baron. She married Timothy Hayes and became Anastasia Hayes, She had 6 children and survived the Potato Famine.

On the 5th of October 1852 Anastasia moved to Melbourne with her family, Her job was teaching at a nearby Catholic School. Anastasia saved Peter Lalors life, when his arm got removed. Her husband Tim moved to South America, so she had to bring up 6 kids on her own.

Anastastasia died in Ballarat peacefully in her own house in King Street, on the 6th of April 1892. She was 74 years old. This was a couple of days after Anastasia’s birthday.

From Ella