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A sun lover

submitted by St Francis Primary Cospicua : Emma Vella  for 7-10
dissemination(s): other, school board, school media, website
filed under Photos

It does not think about being run over by a car so it is risking its life by seeking the sunniest spot in the middle of the road. Just thinking of its splendid environmental area.



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Breathe in Breathe out

submitted by St Francis Primary Cospicua : Emma Vella  for 7-10
dissemination(s): website,school media,other,school board
filed under Photos

Serenity in the Garden. A peaceful and clean environment where one can admire nature. Nature was very beautiful at the place we visited.



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Il-Pjanta Endimika t’Għawdex

submitted by Gozo College Gharb Primary School : Gabriel Parnis  for 7-10
dissemination(s): other,Noticeboard, School Blog
filed under Articles

Il-Pjanta Endemika t’Għawdex hija s-Sempreviva. Din tikber fid-Dwejra t’Għawdex u hemm bżonn li nieħdu ħsiebha.

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Global Warming and Malta

submitted by St Edward's College : Jamie Scerri Richard  for 7-10
dissemination(s): website,school media,other,During the Open Day
filed under Articles

The article talks about the problems of Globral Warming and how they are effecting Malta. It also gives tips on how to try and reduce Global Warming and what is the community doing.

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The Butterfly Effect

submitted by St. Ignatius College Middle School : Mariah Mangion  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Photos

Do you know what the “Butterfly Effect” is? It’s something that time travellers do. It’s an effect that if you go back in time and change something, when you go back to the present something will be different. Nature did the same thing! For us, it went back in time to bring us the extinct starfish but as it came back the “Butterfly Effect” affected it and only brought the fossil back. Overall the message is that we should take care of the Maltese fossils a lot because they are very precious as they bring us the past!



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