Use these resources to explore what lives at Piney Lakes Reserve.
Click on each picture to find some great information to help you with your sandwich project.
Our big question: how can we protect our seedlings from the crows who visit our school? Click on these pictures to find out more.
We are thinking about the different perspectives people can have about the same image.
Choose one person from the list. Write a comment using direct speech which shows their perspective about the poo emoji.
- An elderly person
- A parent
- A five year-old kid
- A teacher
- A uni student
- A Year 7 student
TIP: Before posting, make sure your sentence looks perfect.
WANT TO DO MORE? Post another comment from another person in the list.
What’s this all about? In the Creative Writing workshop on Albany OLP, students worked collaboratively to produce podcast episodes. The topic: news reports on the mundane and silly things that happen on camp!
This is a story by our Year 1 author, Jake. Leave a comment for him to give feedback on this story and to encourage him to write more stories.
I LOVE NUTS
BLURB: Jack and Bef love nuts. Nuts are good. It is lunch time.
I love nuts.
Jack and Bef like nuts. Jack and Bef are looking for nuts.
Jack and Bef are sad. They want nuts.
Look there is Mip. My friend Mip.
We are looking for nuts, Mip.
Mip came too.
Jack and Bef and Mip found some nuts.
Mum said “It is time for lunch.”
We like lunch. We still have more time.
It was fun. Lots of fun.
Nuts are good.
Thanks to our guest photographer, Toby, for suppling this photo.
Where is this located?
What is the name of the body of water that can be seen in the photo? LEVEL UP TIP: think in terms of ‘scale’.
The photo in the top right corner of the sign is of Professor Leslie Marchant. What is his connection with this place?