Greatest Invention!

Hi, I’m Sienna and this week I have been chosen to chose and share what I think is the greatest invention!

The greatest invention is defiantly light bulbs.

Imagine the world without light bulbs? How would we see inside our house at night?

And what about light in general, we wouldn’t be able to see anything!

Also, light bulbs are there for safety. At night, street lights let us see our surroundings.

Did you know the creator of the light bulb, Thomas Edison, tried 1,000 times until he was successful!?

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Light Bulb

What do you think? Is the light bulb the greatest invention?

Nation Builders

This week’s Nation Builder is William Cooper.

William Cooper fought for indigenous rights. He believed that Aboriginal people should be represented in Parliament. He spent most of his life near the junction of Murray and Goulburn rivers. William Cooper died in 1941, a few years before, most of what he fought for was finally achieved. He inspired a generation of leaders like Sir Doug Nicholls. 

 

If you want to find out more about William Cooper click the website below;

http://www.vic.gov.au/aboriginalvictoria/community-engagement/leadership-programs/aboriginal-honour-roll/2011-victorian-aboriginal-honour-roll/william-cooper.html