Friday, 27 June 2014

Mid year Reflection

MasterChef14 (94) (360x265).jpgReflection for Mid Year

Something I was pleased with was that my class worked together in the waka because if we did not we would will sink. I really enjoyed doing the young leader mud run because we worked together. Something I found hard was pain train because I get puffed and I get stitch. Something that made me think was reading and the different words in my book because I am not the best reader. Something I want to get better at is writing. So I can focus on my work.

IMG 1995 from Room16 Parkvale on Vimeo.

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Levi Sherwood Questions and answers

  1. How long have you been riding?
  2. Where are you born?
  3. How old are you?
  4. Who influenced you?
  5. How many medals have you won at the x games?      
  6. What brand is your bike?
  7. How old were you when you started riding?
  8. What is our favorite food?
  9. Do you have a nickname?  
  10. Do you have a talent that is not motor bikes?

  1. 18 years
  2. Palmerston North NZ
  3. 23 years old
  4. Dave sherwood (dad)
  5. 2 sliver
  6. KTM
  7. 5 years old
  8. chicken and pasta
  9. rubber kid
  10. mountain biking and swimming

Friday, 13 June 2014

Park for maths homework

This is my park that I made for homework. It has toilets, swing, slide,bench and bin and a skate board ramp. the grass is made of coconut and the path is sand.    

Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Waka Ride

Reflection for Waka ride
Something I was pleased with was the my class all paddled together because if we didn't we will not go forward and back.
I really enjoyed learning was that to turn the boat because we turn ourselves around.

Something I found hard was to keep paddling because my hands were sore.  
Something that made me think was the words  and what the mean.
Something I want to get better at is keeping in time to get better I can follow the person it front of me.

Waka leader: Jim Edwards
Get ready- Kia riti
Work together and maintaining the rhythm - Tokihi
Paddle- Hoe
Stop- Whakamutu
Ta papa- Lean forward.
Tipuna (carved on waka) - ancestors (people that have came before)
Tūmatauenga - God of War

We stopped paddling and held our hoe up straight to sky. Saluting to Tūmatauenga, we did our best pūkana. Blaah! Then Jim said Kia riti and we put our paddles down . Next he said tokihi and we chant back tokihi and paddle.

Say cheese 

Waka parked up

Jim talking to us

Turning around 

Paddle paddle paddle

4 friends

This is the presentation that Room 6 made.

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