This on one of our literacy tasks.
Thursday, 29 October 2015
Tuesday, 27 October 2015
Wednesday, 21 October 2015
As I have grown up I have lost many thing’s, I wouldn’t be surprised if you have to, some things were important to me some were not.
I think that everyone loses something at once, me I have lost my favourite pair of shoes, my favourite hats my phone and my MONEY!!!. What I have missed out the most on was my money and shoes well actually I miss all of them.
But this will be about my phone, so on a sunny weekend me my cousin and my mum were outside at the park. While me and Louis were playing with the ball and playing music (on my phone), my mum was relaxing on the bean bag. We were playing soccer, taking penalties and trying to skill each other. After around an hour or so, we got bored so we all packed our stuff and drove home. After around 10-20 minutes it started raining.
When we got home we started playing xbox after the rain cleared I walked louis back to his house and back. When I got home I played some more xbox and then had a shower and went to sleep. When I woke up I went into the lounge had breakfast and then when to go grab my phone… But as I walked in my room it wasn’t where it usually was and after that I remembered, I didn’t bring my phone back home.
So I ran out to my mum and told her that “I left my phone at the park!”. As I was wondering if it broke (from the rain) and so I ran across to the park to see if my phone was there sadly it wasn’t I ran home and told my mum that “It wasn’t there”.
A few days later my mum got a call apparently someone got my phone and called my mum. I was pretty excited when she told me, he told her to pick it up at the dairy so a few days later my mum went to the dairy and got back for me. I don’t know if it was wet but I was happy when I saw it was still working.
Add/Sub Yr 8-1 WALT solve addition problems with hundredths by changing one number into a whole number.
This is one of our maths task. Walt: Solve subtraction problems with hundredths by changing the second number into a whole number.
Tuesday, 20 October 2015
Monday, 19 October 2015
Wednesday, 14 October 2015
First day of term 4 2015, as usual there's always a immersion assembly at the beginning of the term. Some were still recovering from the holidays.
To start things off Mr Burt made a movie for the beginning of term 4 it was about an annoying bird called a fiapoko (bird), and how it annoying a couple of kids at their own house at point Dingaling. As it annoyed the kids it got so bad that they called the fiapoko exterminators, and the fiapoko exterminators came to the house and the kids showed them to the bird as the exterminators killed the bird. The exterminators took the bird back to the house and put it in the oven, after it was cooked they pulled out a bag of KFC. (In this film no fiapokos were hurt as they were made up).
As we walked into the hall we saw some teachers dressed up in dinosaur masks and tutus. At this moment we didn’t know what our topic was so we were ready for what was to come. It went in order from Team 1 to Team 5. Each team had their own movie. Team 1 is going to the zoo to see how the animals adapt and live in the zoo. And they had a karaoke competition, they chose kids from year 1 to year 8. The prize was a trip to the zoo with team 1.
Team 5’s topic was about adaptation and how others have adapted to the surroundings. The team 5 teachers (Miss Peato, Miss Hockley, Miss Ingrim and Miss Clark) made a game show and the teachers were contestants on the stage, they were having a noodle eating contest but the challenge was to eat it with chopsticks. The first person to eat it all wins, as they got ready to start we could tell who was going to win, As they ate one teacher, Miss Clark was speed ahead as in eating them and it wasn’t long for her to finish the plate. The reason she won so quickly was because of where she was brought up, she was brought up in Tibet a region in China. Which is where people use chopsticks, After she won the other contestants had something to say. They said it wasn't fair since they were from Samoa, Tonga, England and New Zealand, Miss Peato (Samoa) explained that where they're from they don’t use chopsticks.