ANZAC Day is a holiday which is celebrated by New Zealand and Australia about the soldiers who fought at the infamous Gallipoli Peninsula in World War 1. ANZAC Day is on April 25, the day the soldiers touched Turkish soil.
Why do we celebrate ANZAC Day? Well it’s to honour the soldiers who served Australia and New Zealand in the first world war.
How important is ANZAC Day? When it comes to the two countries, it is very important. We really like to commemorate this day. And if you wanna know why we use poppies it is because the ANZAC soldiers sent poppies to their loved ones.
What do Anzac biscuits have to do with the holiday? Anzac biscuits is a sweet biscuit that is important to the holiday because their wife would make those biscuits during war. The ingredients were simple, which made it easier to take during naval transportations and they take some time to spoil.
Today, it’s not gonna be more fraction. I mean we are taking inspiration from fractions and puting into decimal beacuse adding fractions is just like adding decimals together. Like 0.3+0.4=0.7 right? Well it’s the same for 3/10+4/10=7/10.
This term, the Y7-8 Extension will be learning about fashion is what it means culturaly. These four jamboards are us brainstorming what culture and what it tells us, the importance of wearing specific clothing in some places and what it means to us.
Matter is anything that has weight and takes up space. Everything you see is made up of matter. Matter exists as solids, liquids and gases.