Friday, 25 November 2016
Running is not allowed on the road.
On the road we always walk
Also when you're walking if someone hold their hand so they won’t run off.
Don’t just walk if you not patient for cars.
Parents always have to be your supervisor if you are with them.
And if you are not with a parent, make sure you look to your left and right.
To keep safe you have to: stop, look and listen.
Road Patrol is quite hard when you get nervous near the road
Or if you're used to the road you can do it easy
Look always - don’t stare at nothing - keep turning your head left to right.
Thursday, 24 November 2016
Day 1 with Declan
With Declan we first did a game called happy cone sad cone and what we had to do was if the cone was knocked over it is a sad cone and if it was standing up it is standing it is a happy cone. There were two teams one team had to knock the cone over and the other team was making them stand up. The team that was Knocking the cones down won the first round but it wasn't over there were still two more rounds but the game changed a bit the team that was knocking the cones over had to knock the cones down with there heads and the team who was picking the cones up right had to do it with their feet and the knocking down team won! again. Then after that we played a tag game and what you have to do is run after a partner and if Declan blows his whistle you have to freeze and the person that was chasing their partner had to try reach out and tag their partner and if they did the person that was chasing had to be running away. Coach Declan was telling us about running and how we start running and when you run your hands go cheek to cheek. Then the next activity we did was a relay you had to jump over cones that were in a line and run back. And now the last activity of the day we all played a shark game there were two sharks and the rest of the class were pirates there were hoops that the pirates had to stay in so the sharks won’t get them and the pirates can only stay in the hoop for less than five seconds.
Friday, 18 November 2016
After the earthquake that hit Hanmer Springs and was felt in the south and north islands. The first and most horrific earthquake was a 7.5 magnitude on the Richter scale. A lot of people were confused because of how long the earthquake went on but the first one was followed by two mini ones.
Kaikoura and Wellington were the main places affected. A lot of tragic accidents have happened like two people have died in Kaikoura and Mt Lyford and Kaikoura has been flooded because a tsunami. A small amount of people a being flown out by a helicopter. Kaikouras drinking water has been cut off as well so they’re running low but luckily shipments are coming in to give them supplies to survive.
The tsunami that hit Kaikoura was caused by the 7.5 earthquake that hit on Monday 14 November. Here are a few tips if there is a tsunami coming.
- If you know there is a tsunami coming, don’t wait for sirens or anything like that.
- If you’re near the shore, plan an escape route.
- Never stay to watch a tsunami come in.
- Know the signs of a tsunami like the the shore being empty.
- Go straight to higher ground or inland, away from all the water.
I hope those four tips helped. Stay safe and be aware.
Wednesday, 16 November 2016
After seeing such beautiful cherry blossoms on our visit to Auckland Botanic Gardens earlier in Term 4, we created our own cherry blossom trees to celebrate these spring colours in Room 10.
Monday, 14 November 2016
Leilani and Pupuke did an awesome job of introducing our class movie to the audience at Hoyts Sylvia Park last Wednesday at the Manaiakalani Film Festival. Here you can listen to an audio of their introduction.
Gotta Read 'Em All!
Sunday, 13 November 2016
Lots of laughter
Music covers some of the clips
Enough funny movies to make you laugh
Some very sad scenes
Ideas on how to cope with sticky situations
Very important life lessons
A lot of people involved
Friday, 11 November 2016
Going To The Film Festival
On Wednesday we went to the Manaiakalani film festival in Sylvia Park. It was cool when we went in the bus because I got to sit in the back. When we got there we went inside and waited for other schools to go out because they finished watching the movies before us.
When there were no more people coming out of the movies we went inside and we sat down on a chair and waited for the movies to start. It was cool because our video was second starting and it was funny but some people didn’t laugh but at the end they did.
When it was time to go we went outside and went in the bus to go back to school. My favourite movie was ours!
GOTTA READ EM ALL!
Wednesday, 9 November 2016
Room 10 were inspired by the adventure story, George's Secret Key to the Universe, by Lucy and Stephen Hawking. George and Annie head into outer space through a portal to save Annie's dad, Eric, from a black hole ... Luckily Room 10 had Pikachu on hand to save the day in their adventure for this year's Manaiakalani Film Festival!
Monday, 7 November 2016
The excitement is reaching fever pitch as fans count down the days until Room 10's latest movie is released on Wednesday, 9th November. The premier is being hosted at Hoyts Sylvia Park as part of the Manaiakalani Film Festival. Although the stars are trying to keep out of the limelight before the big day, they have confirmed that this movie is an adventurous change in direction from their usual music videos.
Reviewer rating: ✮✮✮✮✮
Sunday, 6 November 2016
Having created some screencasts to share what a quality blog comment is and looks like, learners in Room 10 did a wonderful job of supporting whānau to begin commenting on their personal blogs last week. We're so looking forward to reading more and more comments from whānau!