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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

the first car

Dear Santa

Dear Santa  
Thank you for the nerf guns and the  rugby ball and the book i like the nerf guns because i play with my friend  and my Cousin shooting and the rugby ball it was my Favourite cause i love to play rugby and touch the book was amazing so i  can read Properly and i love my
Present  and thank you guys for the  Sausage sizzle and the Chips  I hope everyone loves the Present  .

By Paula

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

writing

Rugby is better than Netball

I believe that rugby is better than netball cause it is more physical and makes u more fit and you get paid more money.

I think that rugby is better cause rugby is more exercise and get more fit also more money and netball players only have to stand still when they get the ball.

I Agree that Rugby makes thousands of dollars but netball makes 1.5 Million dollars Which is shocking.

My first reason is that you have more energy to run 109.4 yard around the field, and netball fields are 8.30 meters which is small for warm up running. Shawn Johnson is a Rugby legend and has made 10 million dollars over the years.  

Cars should be Banned!
I believe that  cars should be banned because global warming is a disaster for homeless people and they might sweat and may thirst.

I think that cars should be banned and just walk also block the motorway so it can be used for walking and biking.

I agree that


Wednesday, October 17, 2018

partner yoga #2

       Partner yoga #2


On Wednesday  17th of October went  the ring we go into are  classroom then room 7 did the roll first and  the karakia.
Then Miss Ashley told the boys to Spectra the chair and put  the chair away and girls have to move the table away so we have a Space  then we set down.
Miss Ashley send  to us are you ready




I want to do this I can because it's fun .






Paula partner yoga#2

Counter balance
Flexible
Balance
Frog pose
Hard stand
Afraid
Sore
Embarrassing
Funny
Exaited
Incredible fun
Mid air
Center Of balance
Body weight
Teamwork
Collabaration

cooperation

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

blindfold challenge

INTRO -
WHAT: Blindfold challenge.
WHERE: room 7
WHY: For fun
WHEN: Friday 21st September 2018, 9.10am
HOW: got into buddies, Miss Ashley arranged the furniture
WHO: Room 7 students

PARAGRAPH 1:
  • Get in buddies
  • Miss Ashley gave instructions and rules - points.
  • In your head, made a plan of which way to go
  • Say who your buddy was.
PARAGRAPH 2: WHEN YOU WERE BLINDFOLDED
  • Feelings: paralysed, nervous, scared, excited, sleepy, felt comfortable because I had done it before, trust my buddy??? Felt like i was going the wrong. Felt like a robot.
  • How did it feel to have a blindfold on?
  • Happened: lost points because we touched the paper/tables, fell over,
  • Banged into each other.
  • Table pushed me to the side
  • Furniture was like spikes in Fortnite.
  • Screaming like it was a justin bieber concert
  • Kaboom
  • “ahhh”
PARAGRAPH 3: WHEN YOU WERE TELLING YOUR BUDDY WHERE TO GO
  • Tell them to “go straight, go left and right, go on the chair and jump on it, crawl, climb over, duck, stop stop stop, lean over, reach out, grab the chair, step over, confirm or deny”
  • Felt like the general of an army, an army of one.
  • Felt like: excited, angry, nervous, strong, fearless, in control,
CONCLUSION: (Choose one of these)
  • My favourite was..
  • I felt ..
  • It was easy/hard because..
  • I would or wouldn’t do this again because...




WRITE YOUR STORY HERE.

On Friday 21st September 2018, 9.10am  room 7  did Blindfold challenge.  Room 7 students did for fun and miss tlod room 7  got into buddies, Miss Ashley arranged the furniture. My buddies Lopi then i go first lopi put on the Blindfold  

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