This is a short, yet rhyming poem about Hiwi the Kiwi. Hiwi the Kiwi came to our school to talk to us about water/sea safety , he also talked to us about what we do when your lost at sea. This is my poem a bit about the sea/ fishing. Hope you enjoy :)
Prepped and ready to go,
when the tide ain't low,
with a rod and a boat to row,
friends and family in tow,
come on guys, here we go!
Rowing as slow as the panda, po.
Bring along something to sow,
just in case the trip turns to oh no!
Do not grab the big fish, yo ,
with a fiddle and a foo,
come on be sea safety, bow.
Tuesday, 24 September 2013
Today in class we composed our own oragami optimist yacht. We learned to follow instructions, cut very gently and perfectly whilst being careful you place all the right pieces in the right spots. I really enjoyed this activity and am happy with my finished product. There is a picture of my finished product here: -Peti
Tuesday, 17 September 2013
Sailing by Jan Trafford
Key ideas from her article is...
-if you're 8 yrs old you can sail an optimist yacht/dinghy.
-you can tell which way the wind is coming from by feeling the cold parts of your face and neck.
-when the water is warm, that is the best time to flip the boat.
-the knot stops the sheet from slipping through the block.
-you would think it is very hard to learn how to sail a yacht but it is as easy as riding a bike !!
Thursday, 12 September 2013
Thursday, 5 September 2013
Thursday, 29 August 2013
At school on Tuesday 6th August 60 year 6's went on a scavenger hunt around Havelock North.
We learnt a lot about history, visiting places such as the transformer house, the big gum tree, the Havelock North cemetery , and Te Mata Peak etc.