Friday, 17 October 2014

Quaid - One Small Step

This Term we have the Term 4 Independent Challenge. We get set a group of tasks and a set number has to be completed by the end of the week. This is my Create 1 Activity. In this activity we had to create a Informal Poster using Google Draw or Comic Life. Because of this terms topic which is space, I read a book called , One Small Step. 

Monday, 13 October 2014

Xtramath - Quaid

This is my Xtramath result for today. I scored at about 98%

Quaid - My worst mistake

My worst mistake ...

One day, when I was at the pools, I went on the hydroslide. I was following all the rules but one. The rule that I broke was that ‘You aren’t aloud to go down in pairs’. My Friends and I went down in massive chains and the Lifeguard told us off every single time. I did this about 5 times before I wasn’t aloud on the waterslide.

I still make the same mistake nearly every time I go, But its more fun this way. Why can’t I stop this you may ask? Well, If you just wanted a fun time wouldn’t you want to spend it with your friend. I would.

I also made another mistake at the pools. This one is a classic. Have you ever ‘accidentally’ fallen into the pool. I have. Its the best way of jumping into the pool with the Lifeguard not knowing. I always get Kyra to push me in because she makes it look realistic. The Lifeguard falls for it every time.

There is no real punishment for this except for sitting out of the pool for a couple minute. But , by the time I have a snack and something to drink, the ten minutes would be over. Genius plan .

My conclusion is , would you rather go down the slide by yourself, be bored the whole way down and have to walk all the way up by yourself. I wouldn’t. I would rather Go down the slide with friends, Get in trouble by the Lifeguard, giggle as soon as the lifeguards not looking and repeat it again!

Friday, 10 October 2014

Holiday Reading - Radical Reading

This is me reading on the Air New Zealand Plane.

I am reading Riding into War 1914 book
Susan Brocker

Friday, 3 October 2014