Thursday, 16 November 2017
Wednesday, 15 November 2017
On Friday the 10th of November Pt England school had an athletics day on the school field. The year 5's and up did High jump, Sprints, Relays, Volleyball, Target Ball, Dodge-ball, Tug - o - War, Javelin, Soft ball throw, Discus, and Shot put.
My team leader was Mr Vogt. I was kinda annoyed because there was only one person in my team. Our first activity was Shot put Mr Wisemen was leading Shot put. But because I was late I only had one go. Then our second activity was Tug - o - war. That was my favourite because people helped us and Mr E was the leader. It was also funny because we bet the teachers.
Our third activity was High jump Ms King was the leader. I was excited because I like to jump high too but I didn’t come anything.
Our fourth activity was Sprints I was very nervous because I am not good at sprinting Mr Burt was the leader of Sprinting like always. But I didn’t come a place again. Then we did lots more activity's.
Monday, 13 November 2017
Subtract! Break up the hundreds, tens and ones...
44 - 23
54 - 28
81 - 39
141 - 25
155 - 26
326 - 18
Sala has 46 points on a playstation game. 214 points is the high score. How many more points does he need to reach the high score?
154 - 69
Tommy had 121 lollies from Halloween. He ate 45 lollies. How many does he have left?
Tuesday, 7 November 2017
Add! Break up the hundreds, tens and ones...
34 + 15
56 + 36
123 + 56
45 + 38
124 + 69
91 + 36
138 + 25
Pua ate 37 corn chips. Later he ate 75 hot chips. How many chips did he eat that day?
Sala has 129 Pokemon cards and his brother has 34. How many cards do they have all together?
Friday, 3 November 2017
Thursday, 2 November 2017
he dogsled race was about to begin. Julie’s team of dogs was lined up at the starting gate. Julie stood behind them. The air was so cold that she could see her breath. Other teams were lined up, too, and the dogs were excited. Julie kept her eyes on the clock. At exactly ten o’clock, she and the other racers yelled, "Mush!" The dogs knew that meant "Go!" They leapt forward and the race began!
Julie had trained months for this race, and she hoped she and her dogs would win. Hour after hour, day after day, Julie’s dogs pulled the sled in order to get in shape for the race.
Now, they ran over snowy hills and down into frozen valleys. They stopped only to rest and eat. They wanted to stay ahead of the other teams. The racers had to go a thousand miles across Alaska. Alaska is one of the coldest places on Earth. The dogs’ thick fur coats helped keep them warm in the cold wind and weather. In many places along the route, the snow was deep. Pieces of ice were as sharp as a knife. The ice could cut the dogs’ feet. To keep that from happening, Julie had put special booties on their feet.
At first, the dogs seemed to pull the sled very slowly. They were still getting used to the race. But on the third day out, they began to pull more quickly. They worked as a team and passed many of the other racers. Once, one of the sled’s runners slid into a hole and broke. Julie could have given up then, but she didn't. She fixed it and they kept going.
When they finally reached the finish line, they found out that they had come in first place! It was a great day for Julie and her dogs.