Monday, August 29, 2011
Friday, August 26, 2011
Donna our coach , lead us for some fun and enjoyable Badminton.Having a fun and enjoyable time led us for badminton .swing the racket round and round i Finley got it in to the cone.
Moving on to the next tasks was underarm backhand and also forehand . Swing the racket and missing a shuttle i hope the finale one i will get it . As it was got close a to me i saw the shuttle pong i herd “i did ” As I said to myself .
Our next task was doing the trick shot . The trick shot was so trick maybe that way they called it the trick shot .The Trick shot is a serve were you have to put it under your legs and hit the shuttle . Spectacular i got . “Yeppp” i said in my head .
Then next task was a game it was not any game it was called Badminton soccer . First i was one of the demonstrate . One of the other play was MaryH . The rules a when you get it over the net you get a goal but if you hit the net that means your out. Game on it was boys aganis girls
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Eating healthy food is good because it makes your body grow and also it can make our brains work . Children should eat a variety of different foods to be healthy .
healthy foods is a balanced of diet from the four main food groups .and ALSO Fats and sugars a needed to be eaten everyday , but only in limited amounts.
When you eat right you can live right and sometimes you can be healthy and you can be balanced and you can have enough energy and you can also have a happy life .
Monday, August 22, 2011
Kiaora, talofa and Welcome to this special island called New Zealand! You may think that we’re not really super we’ll you’d be wrong ! One reasen why we’re so awesome is because we don't have any countries by our sides . We do things on our own and plus we have a multicultural population which makes Aotearoa a very unique country
Ther term tiki refers to a carved human figure and was a part of Maori and other Pacific cultures. It’s a mystery to find out about the myth of how the tiki got its name. On the other hand, in many parts of the Pacific , for example in Niue, the Tiki myth is unknown and human figures were not carved but they still had tiki .
The Buzzy Bee is a famous icon to New Zealand. A toy and crafts man, created the colorful wood toy sometime in the late 1930’s. New Zealanders love Buzzy Bee. It is seen internationally on stamps and magazine covers. As you can see Buzzy Bee is a treasure to lots of people in New Zealand.And also
hey i have told yous some fantastic things and i hope you have found some of our trusted icons . Hope you enjoy your day or week here in New Zealand .