Thursday, May 31, 2012

Kiwi Kick

As I arrived to the courts my teeth were chattering, My body was covered in goose bumps, Rubbing my hand together trying not to make it  feel numb. The leaves were swirling, the wind was whistling and I felt like I was frozen and I couldn’t stop shaking. I raped my jumper around me so I can get warmer.

We meet two grown ups that was going to teach me and my class skills on how to play Kiwi Kick, their names were Sam and Anita. The first rule they told us to use was “faces away from laces’’ It was my favourite because it rumes. Then we learnt how to do a drop punt and a hand mark. I didn’t like doing the hand mark because my hand was hurting and it was getting red but at the end I started to get used to it. I was scared of the ball because it was flying everywhere and I thought it was going hit me but it was fun learning new skills.

They tought us how to play really fun games. My favourite game was Chetars vs Lepads, If the teacher calls out chetars then the Lepads have to run after the chetars and If the teacher calls out lepad then the chetars run after the lepads, And thats how you play My favourite games. Sam was teaching us and Anita was teaching a different class but we still got to meet her.


Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Being a year 7-Sesalina

Its fun being a year seven because we got new classes and fun teachers. We get to video in a green room. We can talk to visitors and help little kids. We even get to play on our little net books and we do amazing things and we go to Tamaki Collage to learn about Cooking, Wood work and electronics. We also do hard work like maths, And we write a lot to post on our blogs, And we all study hard to get better at everything that used to be hard.

Friday, May 4, 2012

Vincent Van Gogh, Starry Night

Vincent Van Gogh created a very famous painting called starry night. He also blended some of the colours to make more techniques in his painting. His style was stylised figurative and his texture was thick and had lots of brush strokes.

Daniella Hulme

Daniella Hulme is a NZ artist whose artwork “ Abundance’’ is inspired by the Pacific Islands. She incorporates flowers, fruit, and the sea and islands in this painting. Her style is smooth and simplistic. In order to show perspective she makes the mountains looks far in the distance by making them small. Daniella artwork is figurative and stylised.