Interesting temperature facts by Matteo
Tuesday June 14th 2016, 11:22 am
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  1. When water freezes it expands by 9 percent
  2. The only thing that can destroy a diamond is intense heat
  3. The centre of the sun is approximately 15 million C
  4. The frozen foods were first introduced in 1920
  5. Room temperature is defined as between 20 to 25 C



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Human effect on South Pole and rainforests
Wednesday June 08th 2016, 11:18 am
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As human population grows and the need for agriculture, energy and development space increases with it. Tropical rainforests cover a massive amount of the world’s tree surface, each year over 90,000 square miles of the forests are harvested for human use. This  deforestation has worried people that a machinery which is used in this process is spreading lots of pollution to the environment. It is believed that deforestation may accelerate the effects of global warming and transform the rainforest climate.

In Antartica part of the icebergs already melted causing loss of habitat for animals and rise of the sea level. Tourism is also a threat to the environment in Antartica as more garbage and dirt are left every year.

By MATTEO



All about Hinduism
Wednesday June 08th 2016, 11:17 am
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Every Hindu family will have a family God ; the family will make     special foods to offer to the God on that day; they will wear new clothes and decorate the path outside the house with special sacred designs called rangoli.

The differences between Hindus and Catholics are that they have two Holy books called Vedas and Bhavagad-Gita. Them two books teach Hindus the rules and about their God called Brahman.

By Matteo



All about chocolate by Emma
Wednesday June 08th 2016, 11:16 am
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Ghana is the world second largest exporter of cocoa beans after the ivory coast. Historically,cocoa production  has been the  mainstay of  the Ghanaian economy and today cocoa continue’s to be Ghana’s main  agricultural export commodity  and an important conributor to Ghana foreign exchange earning’s and GDP.800,000 smallholder farmers rely  on cocoa as their main source of livelihood.



Should Britain trade with other countries?
Wednesday June 08th 2016, 11:15 am
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It is important for Britain to trade with other countries because what Britain doesn’t produce other countries can. Trade is simply  the trading of something for something else, this can be one good for another good, one good for a service, money for a service, etc. Trade is an exchange of things and usually, people or civilisation, trade things that they have to much of for things that they don’t have enough of.

for example – coffee beans are imported in UK as there is not cultivation and UK exports cars to other countries.

By  MATTEO




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About my Recycling
Friday May 13th 2016, 12:40 pm
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At home I recycle a lot. I also am very careful to recycle like when I have a ice-cream wrapper I put it in my recycle bag. My house recycle bag is a blue plastic one. The thing I recycle the most is paper and plastic. By MATTEO.

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MATTEO’s Acrostic Poem
Friday May 13th 2016, 12:39 pm
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F     lowers are beautiful just like the sun.

A     nimals are Gods most precious creation.

I      am a good friend and love to take care of the world.

R     hinos are my favourite creatures.

T     ogether we can make the world a better place.

R    ivers and mountains make beautiful scenery.

A    ll of us should admire the loving creatures around us.

D   o you think this world has enough beauty?

E   ven when your sad the colour of this world will brighten you up.

 



Look at some of us acting out Iron Man
Monday April 25th 2016, 12:08 pm
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