Friday, 23 June 2017

Football Superstars!

We have had a coach for football to come and teach us how to play. By Eddie
Debby, our coach, had taught us some skills. By Eleanor
Here we are waiting for instructions. She said "Red Light!" when she wanted us to stop.
By Emily


She taught us a game called Traffic Lights.
By Ella


I am trying to keep control of the ball.
By Ashton

Here is me dribbling (not out my mouth!) the ball.
By Hannah

This is us running and dribbling because she said "Green light!" which means go faster.
By Blake

"Red light!"
By Ben

We were playing Bumper Cars where we had to bump the balls together.
By Cooper
I was best!
By Stevie

I am dribbling the ball trying not to crash into anybody.
By Caleb

This is us playing Bumper Cars.
By Maggie


"Stop, don't CRASH into the cones or I'll have to do five star jumps!"
By Oliver




There were cones because we had to dribble around them.
By Finn

More dribbling!
By Paige

Even more dribbling!
By Alannah

I felt proud learning new skills!
By Sophie

Thanks Debby!
By Tristan

All Black Day!






Thursday, 15 June 2017

How do we get day and night .... the model!

We have been learning about how we get day and night and we have made some models. By Caleb
The models help us show our understanding of day and night. By Emily
We were working outside the classroom because we did not want to get paint on the carpet.
By Eddie

We used green and blue to paint the earth.
By Sophie

This is us drying the earth while standing on the earth!
By Oliver


Here is us painting the sun ... not the real sun, the model sun!
By Hannah


First we painted the yellow and then we did red dots to show sunspots. Finally the orange shows the corona.
By Finn

We felt nervous in case we spilt the water on the suns!
By Brody

It felt very nice painting the sun. I felt very relaxed.
By Ella

What on earth am I doing? Looking out into space? I need to remember not to look at the sun!
By Jade

I felt happy painting the sun, it was awesome!
By Ben

We were putting the sun and earth together to make a model.
By Cooper

This is me trying to stab the cardboard to put a hole in it so I could use split pins to join the sun and earth.
By Tristan

It was hard to put the split pins in and bend them shut.
By Cameron

These are the finished models. We can use them to show how we get day and night by spinning the earth.
By Ashton


Wednesday, 14 June 2017

An empty box ... Priceless!






How many Room 2 children can you fit in a box?



It turns out that the answer is 12!!!

Friday, 9 June 2017

Amazing Alliteration

We have been learning about alliteration. By Caleb
Alliteration is when the same sound is repeated at the start of a word in a sentence. By Ella

It is not like a rhyming word because rhyming words have the same sound repeated at the end of a word. By Ashton

Here are some examples ...


Lachie the leopard leapt up to the  leopard sky.
By Lachie


Cuddly cubs like cuddly, cuddly, cuddles.
By Tristan



Tigger the tiger was trying to hide.
By Eddie



Buzzy Bee buzzed around.
By Juan


Little Lily and Lulu leopards like spying on loads of lions.
Lily Leopard leaps onto Lulu.
By Poppy



Pollee the polar bear popped on pluto and turned pink.
By Cameron


Puddles the puppy pounces in puddles.
By Jade


Poppy the pony plays polo.
By Paige



Cute kittens like climbing trees.
By Caleb


Pepper Pony pranced in a parade.
By Hannah


Sharky the shark loves  to swim with his mates.
By Oliver


Jay jumps on Jim Jaguar roar!
By Blake


Tingley tigers were being turtles.
By Finn


Jimmy the jaguar jogs to Jim the jaguar.
By Max



Silly shark swam sadly .
By Ben


Silly Sally Seahorse swims with his silly seahorse friends.
By Eleanor


Hairy horses hop on Hannah.
By Ella


Carter cute crazy kitten drinking milk on a soft snuggly little blanket.
By Emily


Puppy Paw likes playing with other puppies.
By Maggie


Leopards like to leap with leopard friends.
By Alannah




Loly loves to leap with his friends.
By Ashton