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Hi, my name is Zali,

I live in south Australia. I am in year six I am 11 years old i love a lot of sports, animals and I also like science. My blog is all about school I often write about animals and sports.

Seesaw Task About Cambodia

Cambodia is in the continent of Asia

The capital city of Cambodia is Phnom Penh

Cambodia is in the Northern Hemisphere

The population of Cambodia is 16.72 million

The national language of Cambodia is Khmer. There more than one there are 5 other languages

The currency of Cambodia is Cambodian Riel

A connection Cambodia has with Australia is there are a lot of refuges from Cambodia that are in Australia.

One interesting fact Cambodia there has never been MacDonald’s in Cambodia.

these are the all the country’s next to Cambodia Vietnam, Laos and Thailand.

Comenting post

The most helpful post what the one from Terry, Hannah and Tom because they told you what they were talking about and were easy to understand.
The few that were least helpful were the blog post from penny, sally and the one that said Dear Shanny, My sister is so annoying lol Shes going to grannys over easter yay yay lol gr8.


1 most unactable .    10 best


Hi Ms D grate to c u r posting sum cool and gr8 stuff on our blog. Blogging is cool!!!!! Lol Cu tomorrow From penny [2]

2 Dear Mrs Davis, I enjoyed watching the video about Earth Watch Day. I am going to talk to as many people in my street as I can, and ask them to participate this year. Who else is planning on turning off their power this Saturday night? I wonder if the street lights will stay on? From Terry [8]

3 Dear Elliot I found your book review so fascinating that I am going to borrow The Giver tomorrow. It reminds me of a book I read last year called Checking Out, by David Went. I will let you know when I have finished. Has anyone else read The Giver? From Hannah [10]

4 I got a new dog last night his name is toby and hes sooooo cute. I cant wait to bring hi to scholl s I can show him to everywon From sally J [1]

5 Dear Tania, Your post made me think about the different ways we could get involved with blogging at our school. Thanks so much for sharing your photos. I particularly like the ones of the young students blogging with their buddies in America. I think linking with you to do a collaborative project would be a good way to start. From Tom [9]

6 Dear Shanny, My sister is so annoying lol Shes going to grannys over easter yay yay lol gr8 [1]


200 Word Writing Challenge


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We were going on holiday and we were going to sunshine beach which is about just out of Noosa and we rented this massive house and we discovered all of these secret passages, one had a waterfall another had a storage cupboard and the last one lead a secret pathway to the top balcony and the house also had a pool and including the secret balcony had 3 balconies [by the way the pool was on a balcony[the house was on a hill] and one balcony went up to another balcony [it was a very complicated house] by the way this is true] and our friends the Balies had a house and we had to walk through this pathway and it was surrounded by plants trees and flowers and we went over to the Balies a lot so we got to see them every day and it was so fun!!!! One night we had a BBQ and we got to walk home and it was sooooo beautiful and mum grabbed her flashlight and we saw an owl and poppy said she saw a koala but she was at that stage where she just wanted attention.Then we left.