Tuesday, 4 December 2018

Fingerprint Christmas art

Ms Bracey got out some fingerprint paint pads to do some fingerprint art. I got an idea of Santa's sleigh. 

Wednesday, 28 November 2018

2018 blogposts

It was low over in January, February because school holidays it was high in June because the holidays just finished.

Monday, 19 November 2018

Sunday, 4 November 2018

Making connections

Making connections text to text Zac Power to Ben 10 

Sunday, 28 October 2018

Flag Football

Flag Football
Firstly, when we entered the TPS hall.
There was some cones, some footballs and two guys.
Secondly we had to line up equally on the cones.
Thirdly one of the instructors explained how to grip the ball.
The other instructor explained how to catch the ball. Lastly we
had a go at throwing and catching the ball.

Monday, 22 October 2018

The Golf Course


On a beautiful Saturday morning  Dad woke me up
and asked me if I want to play golf? Where´ I asked ´ an
adults golf course´ Yeah!´I replied I got in the shower, had
breakfast and we got in the car and went to Chamberlain
park golf course.

I was so excited!. There was a putting green that we
could practice our chips and putts. Before we started
our round of golf I met this kid Sam him and his Dad
wanted to team up. Dad and I said ´Yes´ we went to first tee
of the day.

I teed off and it was about 110 yards. When we got to
the 9th hole Sam and Mike left the golf course because
they only booked for nine holes but dad and I were booked
for 18 holes. It started raining and I was getting cold.
Dad had an umbrella. I still played. Not long after the
rain stopped we were already at the 18th hole.
Dad and I drove back home and we were both starving.

Overall it was a good game of golf I have never been the
that course so it was a bit of a surprise I wish we hired a
golf cart because it was a lot of walking with a trundler.

Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Tuakana teina day!

           Tuakana Teina Day!
    Wednesday 19 September 2018

Walt Ako/learning from each other and learning with each other.

We went to Room 3 for Tuakana teina day. Mrs Fepulea'i was
telling some stories about her sister in a earthquake. Mrs
Gormly showed us a video of how to make a earthquake
proof house that is made from a box. So we were put in
our groups and we tried to make a earthquake proof house
from a milk for schools box. Our group planned the house
on paper for a model to copy. Once we complete our paper
model we got a box and started on our house. We put little
inflatable packaging inside our box for a little airbag.
Then we went outside with Mrs Gormly to test a normal
box to see how it goes she put her phone on top with an
app that can detect movement. So we went back to our box
to finish. After lunch I was not here so the rest of my group
finished it.