Thursday, 7 July 2016

Bok Choy

Walt: Retell the story again in our own words
Today I have finished my two reading activities.I hope that you like it. 

Real life hero

Walt: Explain and describe a real life hero
Real life heroes are people that takes care of children,feeds them and helps others. Some heroes are police-officers,firefighters,doctors or even our parents. Some things heroes do are stop criminals,  put out fire,save lives or even look after you.

My everyday life heroes are my parents because they always feed me and look after me when I get sick.My dad away's goes to work early and works hard to get money for our family,and every Tuesdays after work he always comes to my netball games and cheers me on. My dad does everything for our family,he buys food for our family, sometimes carry the shopping and tidy things up. I love my dad.

My aother real life hero is my mum.My mum’s name is Lautifa. Whenever I get sick she always stays home and looks after me, and she always encourages me to do well at school,my mum also works hard everyday. Whenever it is parent interviews my mum and dad always come and see how I am doing and they always pay my netball fee and my camp fees too.

My mum and dad is always going to be my life day heroes and I hope to be like them one day.I love my mum and dad.

Wednesday, 6 July 2016


WALT: Use Mat Plans to Create 3D Buildings
Today my group finished our presentation it's about 3D buildings

Tuesday, 5 July 2016

PES Art Exhibtion

Last Term the whole school was learning about art and our inquiry topic was ''as I see it''. My class was learning about graphic art and this is the art I created:

The art from all the classes in the school were shared in our art gallery at the end of the term and all of parents come to see it.


Walt: Explain and describe a real life hero
As soon as Tim got his pocket money, he jumped on his bike and raced straight down to the shop. “How can I help you”? asked the shopkeeper.

Tim looked long and hard at all the ice-blocks and finally said, “I'd like a lemonade ice-block, please”. “Here's your ice-block” said the shopkeeper giving Tim his ice-block. “That will be one dollar and fifty cents”, said the shopkeeper. Tim put his money on the counter and headed out the door calling, “Thanks very much”, as he went to unlock his bike.