Sunday, August 9, 2015

Who Am I ?

I am a sea creature that lives underwater. My medium sized body in full of beautiful ombre colours that go from black to blue to yellow all over, but in this case my body has yellow stripes, black and white scales, blue short tail. I am found in streams, rivers, lakes, and ponds, I hide around and inside old tree stumps  and other places underwater. I can grown up to 12 inches long and about
4 1/2 pounds. Have you figured out who I am?

Saturday, August 8, 2015

First Hockey Lesson

WOW. Mixed emotions started to hit me just like that, just because I heard the words “ okay head to the hall, it is time for hockey.” Once room 7 made their entrance into the hall the first thing we saw was the  hockey sticks, cones and twos goal on each side of the hall.  Once we settle down, the first thing we did was warm up with a relay.  It was very hard doing a bear crawl  because the floor was slippery.

Next we practised doing hockey drills, it was very hard because I have never played hockey  but I tried my best. We also played a game of hockey, it was very hard because the floor was slippery but I managed not to fall. It was my turn I versed 2 boys they were very rough, I got hit with a hockey stick on my hand that was so hurtful that I got a bruised hand. I am sure every body had a
great time learning new hockey drills and how to play original hockey.

Our  first hockey session was a  great first lesson. I learnt a lot of new rules, drill during that session.

Friday, August 7, 2015

Rainbow Fish

Why should rainbow fish give her scales away? I think Rainbow fish made a good choice to give away her scales.

Firstly, because he is lonely and has no one to play with, and if he gives them one he will not be lonely and has someone to play with.
Secondly, he should do something that makes him happy and feel good about himself.
Lastly because he felt happier when he gave away his scales, but before he felt really upset that he has lost his friends.

I really enjoyed reading this book. Also this book actually taught me something, it doesn't matter what's on the outside what matters is what's on the inside. Also to think about other people