The Superior Sea Anemone

By: Ally Green


Looking in the tropical waters of Australia there on the ocean floor is a bright sea anemone. Native to the Great Barrier Reef, this spectacular organism is attached to a hard surface. The colorful sea anemone has a unique diet, a beautiful appearance, and an interesting habitat.


Did you know that clownfish live in sea anemone for protection? These gorgeous anemones definitely have a unique diet, a beautiful appearance, and an interesting habitat. Whenever you visit the amazing sea make sure you take a picture of the incredible sea anemone.

Think Tank

For the think tank I did an acrostic poem about the sea anemone.

Sea Anemone Acrostic Poem

Spotted in mostly tropical waters.

Experts can agree that the sea anemone is extremely colorful.

Amazing predators. They can catch their prey with their electric tentacles.

About 1,300 sea anemone species in the world.

Named after the terrestrial anemone flower.

Extremely fascinating. Their tentacles glow in the dark!

Most largest sea anemone species is called the Stichodactyla.

On top of hard surfaces.

Normally, their tentacles come in multiples of six.

Even sea anemones reproduce.

What We Did In Go Fish

In Go Fish we had a budget of $250 to go and buy a fish tank, gravel, decorations, and fish. In all i spent $140.11. I had $109.89 left over. I spent $25.64 on fish and $114.47 on the tank, decorations, food, gravel, filter cartridges, a thermometer, and finally the filter. I bought four decorations and 5 different types of fish. I thought this project was a great way to practice life long skills such as having a budget and looking for discount things. I also thought it was fun to see cool fish and learn how to take care of fish. I definitely think that they should do this next year.

Chef's Corner

For the Chef's Corner I did the traditional Australian Tim Tam. They are a delicious type of chocolate biscuit.

Tim Tams

By: Ally Green


Tim tams are a delicious snack from Australia. It is one of many kinds of biscuits and are made by the Australian food company called Arnott’s. It is composed of two layers of chocolate malted biscuit, separated by a thin layer of chocolate cream.


This amazing treat was first introduced on February 16, 1964. It was first created by Ian Norris who was the director of the food technology at Arnott’s in 1958. For his inspiration he went to britain and found the Penguin biscuit. This magnificent food was named by Ross Arnott.


Step 1.Preheat oven to 200°C (180°C fan-forced).

Step 2. Place flour, sugar and cocoa in a bowl and mix together. Add eggs, vanilla and butter and whisk until combined. Place 4-5 tablespoons of brownie mixture into the tray and spread to cover the base.

Step 3. Place 2 rows of 5 Tim Tams on top of the brownie mixture. Pour remaining mixture into the tin and smooth over to cover the Tim Tams.

Step 4. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until lightly baked through. Cool and cut into squares or fingers and serve.



  • 3/4 cup (120g) self-raising flour, sifted

  • 1 1/4 cups (285g) white sugar

  • 1/2 cup cocoa, sifted

  • 3 eggs, lightly beaten

  • 2 tsp vanilla extract

  • 3/4 cup (180g) butter

  • 1 pkt (200g) Tim Tams


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My Diorama

My diorama is a scene straight out of the ocean. I drew an octopus, a jellyfish, a seahorse, a crab, a star fish , and lastly a clownfish. I also added some seaweed and of course the sea anemone.
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This is a video of the sea anemone eating a hermit crab.
Sea Anemone Eating Hermit Crabs