Thursday, June 21, 2018

Progress Journal 2018

Kia ora my dudes. Yesterday we had to do our a Progress Journal, I kind of enjoyed it. Here is a presentation of my results from the beginning of the year for all my subjects.

Friday, May 25, 2018

The god of fire

Hello this week we chose to look at a picture and write an imaginative story about. Here is my work.

The God of Fire.
200 years ago there was a man named Kratos and he was the god of fire.
He had a son called Atreus. One day they were at home when, BOOM
BANG! lightning struck their house. They ran outside and saw a man.
Kratos yelled, “WHO ARE YOU?!”  The man had a cape and a hood and
Kratos saw something on his belt- it was a hammer. Lightning kept coming
from the hammer and Kratos realised he was Thor, the god of lightning and
thunder. Thor wanted to kidnap Atreus because he had no son of is own so
he and Kratos started to fight. Kratos pulled out his blade of flames and
cracked it like a fiery whip. But Thor lifted his hammer and BOOM! BANG!
Lightning kept striking Kratos but he fought on until Thor finally killed him.

Then, Thor grabbed Atreus and took him up to his godly home in the sky.
But Atreus never forgot his brave father.

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Friday, May 11, 2018

Commonwealth games report

Hi last term we held our own Commonwealth games and we had to do a report in a slide show.

Environment poem

Hi yesterday we did an environment poem, mine is about trees. We had to go outside and draw what wanted to draw and we had to write. look, feel and hear, so here is my poem about trees.

Friday, April 13, 2018

Commonwealth games

We held our own Commonwealth games and we had groups, our game was called bunny jump but it's really high jump. We had to be a country our one was Scotland. It was really fun bossing around little kids. We had breaks and I'd play some games like tug of war and some other stuff.

Friday, March 23, 2018

Weather poem

Last week we had to write a weather poem. I did summer. Summer is my favorite weather of all. Here is my poem.