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1st birthday

Hi everyone!

Hope your having a great year!

I am very exited for the first birthday in July it will be great😂😃😄

Have a great time !

I got two pics for Wolf, Duck and Owl🙂

Hi guys!!

I am not quite sure what to do so I decided to post on this website!

hope you guys are all doing well in quarantine <3


Matilda is a PG Movie
it is rated 4/5 because it can be a bit too scary for some people
it is about a girl named Matilda whose parents don’t apreciate her
But when Matilda finds she has an amazing power and she finds a conection with her lovely teacher Miss Honey and Horrible Principal who hates children, the feared Mrs Trunchball everything will change.


Adress : 41 Hall St Moonee Ponds VIC 3039
It opens at 5:30 every night
I would rate it 4 1/2 /5
It is an amazing Japanese restaurant with delicious freshly made sushimi and other japanese
For Japanese food with that Home- Style quality call us in Moonee Ponds
03 9326 0248

Go Wolfs!!

Christmas SAS party

On Christmas we had a speacial party!

Cutest owls

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Fox or wolf 🐺 🦊

Is this a fox or wolf it’s a fox


What you’ll need

  • Borax (found in the cleaning aisle of the supermarket and about 5 bucks)
  • Craft Glue. We used white craft PVA glue from Kmart. $4 but you can apparently also use clear glue or glitter glue which we’ll try next time. Oh and grab two lots so you can have at least a couple of tries.
  • Water
  • 2 bowls
  • Glitter, food colouring, sparkles, confetti whatever you want to add to make your slime special. We needed LOTS of glitter to make it work so get a big tub.
  • Air tight containers to store

And a good tip to remember……vinegar dissolves slime.


How to make it

  1. Mix 1 teaspoon of borax in a bowl with 1 cup of warm water
  2. In the other bowl add 1/2 cup of glue with 1/2 cup of water and mix until it’s fully combined
  3. Add your sprinkles, your sparkles, your food colouring until you’re happy with the colour, the sparkle and the shine.
  4. Pour the glue into the borax mix. We tried 2 batches and 1st batch we poured glue into borax, 2nd batch we poured borax into glue. 1st batch worked better, so not sure it really matters but that’s what we found. You’ll notice straight away that it starts to polymerize* which is very cool.
  5. Stir like there’s no tomorrow. Get those biceps working and really stir it. Try and get as much of the borax/water combined with the glue as possible. Keep stiring, keep stiring!
  6. Eventually you’ll see it come together enough that you can put it on the table and start kneading it out. Don’t worry if there’s a bit of excess water, just tip it out.


Is this a wolf or a  fox

it is a arctic fox