Monday, 29 May 2017
So you want to know what happened to Miss West right??
Today she has called in sick. But she is not sick. Miss West is sooo sick of us, well maybe not but I think she is with all her friends. I can imagine what they are doing now. They are probably doing heaps of stuff.
Their maybe flying on a plane, meeting celebrities, playing with fidget spinners, there having the best time ever than us all we have to do is work work work work and work.
WHAT HAPPENED TO MISS WEST????
To be continued…...
Friday, 26 May 2017
Today my teacher showed us a picture of a shoe. I think it either looks likes a shoe that can help you learn or a shoe that can make you jump high. It looks like the shoe is made out of carbon fibre.
I also think that it looks like a shoe that can help you to run fast just like an athlete. Well mostly it looks like a shoe but I think it has a camera, I think when you press a button it will take a photo and a video.
Time for the truth….
This is a shoe that can automatically warm your feet. It tracks how many calories you've burned and how old you are. This keeps track of your day and automatically tightens the shoe the way you like it. This is all controlled with one single app.
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Friday, 19 May 2017
Today it was not an ordinary day. As we sat on the mat Miss West told us we were going to play a game called Catch the coin challenge. She didn't have coins so she used counters, she told us to put the counter on our elbow and push it up, she demonstrated it.
Miss west told us it was cold outside but we didn’t care, we went outside got into a circle and started. I could tell I was good at it because I caught the counter first time. You can play Catch the coin challenge with your family or friends ( or your class). This game was fun.
Now that's thinking is our new theme for this term. We are learning about what kind of technology Maori used in the past, compared to what we use now. Technology can be all kinds of stuff, smartphones, headphones, tablets and all.
Did you know technology does not always have to be electrical?? Yep does not always, Maori used wood to carve waka and use harakeke to weave baskets and all kinds of stuff!! Now that's technology.
I guess that would take a lot of work. We are so lucky that we do not do those kind of things these years, we have metal, aluminum, tech and more because people travel round the world to give us all these things.