On the 13th of March I went to camp with the year 5's and 6's from Kauri 89.
On Thursday night we did the fear factor challenge, which is when Miss Hill comes out with
a spoon with weird food on it. I got weetbix from the morning, I didn't chew once it was in my mouth, I spat it out so fast. After, when we did the fear factor we celebrated Kelly's birthday by giving her chocolate cake. When Miss Hill finished cutting the cake we did the silent challenge which is when we have dessert, and if we talked we had to put our bowl up on the bench.Stephanie was the first one to put her plate up, when she got her plate back she had to blow a kiss to Miss Hill. Jasmine was the next and when she got the bowl back, she blew a kiss and just started laughing, then everyone else started to laugh. 1 minute later Ruby's face matched her name!
Jessica said she felt an eel so we
kayaked far away from there and
capsized, it was freezing cold.
I changed my mind I swam
and swam and swam and
I sat in a warm part.
This is when we were at the stream at Lake Kiriopukae,
This is a parent who has long legs and made it getting across, Lou only got her boots wet.
Did you know it was tiny but really it was big!
Here is 1 of the dishes that
judge da meany and judge Kelly
ate. Spaghetti and meatballs and
wedges. It was YUM, but we put to
much onion in the meatball.
Thursday, September 22, 2016
WALT entertain the reader - Diamantes are diamond-shaped poems ‘that contrast’ two nouns.
Step 1: Think of two nouns that are complete opposite of each other. Write one on Line 1 and the other on Line 7.
Step 2: On Line 2, write two adjectives that describe the noun on Line 1.
Step 3: On Line 3, write three “-ing” words (verbs) that relate to Line 1.
Step 4: On Line 4, write a short phrase about line 1 and line 7.
Step 5: On Line 5, write three “-ing” words (verbs) that relate to Line 7
Step 6: On Line 6, write two adjectives that describe the noun on Line 7.
Step 7: On Line 7 you will have your noun that you thought of in Step 1.
Skiing, snowball fighting, sledding
Icicles and snowflakes, family holidays
Swimming, suntanning, sweltering
Now have a go at writing your own diamante poem.
Teaching, talking, playing
Makes kids giggle, smiling all day
Spying, laughing, eating
Loving, sleeping, laying
Lazy and crazy, pouncing in the leaves
Exciting, playing, yelping