Man it was awesome at netball! The game was played in Pt England school at the netball court. Learning all sorts of skills was tiring but I managed to get there. Netball is familiar for me because I have being playing it for my school for 3 years.
At last we got to play the real game. My position was goal defence. Once our coach Liz blew the whistle I defended my partner the goal shooter. As I reached out for the ball I fell to the ground with my knee scraped onto the concrete, it was painful and it was bleeding so the sub had to take over.
After the game we were exhausted but relieved we were taught how to play it. We thanked our instructor Liz for helping those who didn't know how to play.
Are you and your friends safe on the internet? Well if your not safe then be cyber smart. Being cyber smart means that you should know what your going to do before you do it. For example if you want a photo, song, video and other media's Online then make sure you take it legally. On websites like Fakebook you have to be careful of the things you put out in public. Like others do they put out things on Fakebook that is private! Did you know that Mark Zuckerberg made Facebook so people can see all of the story and pictures on your page.
Man it was really fun at the beach with all of my relatives. My best cousins came with their parents to have fun with us During the Beautiful weather. Our parents were playing cards while me and my cousins were swimming in the massive fountain. All our big sisters and brothers were diving from my uncles boat, we wanted to go with them but my sister said that if we go we can’t fit inside. Suddenly I forgot about diving because I was having too much fun with my cousins.
This Term, in Maths, we are learning about statistics.As part of our learning we are examining data related to our health.The first part of our examination we collected data (information) about the food we ate for one week (2/2 to 9/2).
The graph (or chart) shows how much I ate from six major food groups.
The Treaty of Waitangi was first signed on the 6Th of February 1840. It was signed by the British crown and Maori chiefs from the North Island of New Zealand. The Treaty gave the Maori rights of British Subjects and a ownership of their lands and other properties. Copies of the Treaty was taken around New Zealand and over the following months many other chiefs signed it.
I think that it is a good thing that the Treaty of Waitangi was made so everybody can carry it on and make it useful. When I have trouble with friends or family we can make our own little Treaty so it will be all fair. I know that rules were meant to be broken but unless we still had some time together with kindness.