Euphrasie Barbier worked at a laundromat before becoming a missionary sister she founded the missionary sisters in Lyon France , she became a sister at 17 yrs old , 1848.
I would recommend Room 1s Bubbles movie because if you like bubbles you can watch this movie on how to make bubbles. It is really cool and it teaches you how to make a bubble inside of another bubble.
Yesterday was a splendid sunny day for my class and for my teachers to go and visit an old and special cottage near my school. Our time was 10 am and I was very excited to go and visit the stone cottage.
We walked our way down the path to our gate and there were so many cars passing by while we waited to cross. Soon we got our turn to go. At first we walked around the cottage while we waited for our turn to go inside because there was another class there and they were Rm 2 students.
After that it was our turn to go inside. The names of the people who showed us around were Terry and Patrick. Terry told us that Patrick was one of the historians of Panmure which means that he knows a lot about the history of Panmure. Firstly Terry and Patrick showed us how in the olden days they used roses and lavender to make wonderful perfume. They had a container to dry up the petals.
We went inside our first room and we met a lovely woman who used to work at my school for years. Her name was Josephine and she comes from Ireland. Terry said that in the olden days the ladies used to make tea or bring beer to men whenever they were thirsty. The next room was very interesting for me because it had so many different things and clothing inside. She said that women used a type of machine to sew the material because they had to make their own clothes .
I was very interested in so many things that Terry and Patrick told us and I wish we could visit the cottage again, in case I have missed something. The one thing that caught my attention was the perfume because I never knew how they would make such lovely perfume without any machine.
In the morning we had some visitors to our class. Their names were Kate and Kyla and they came from Auckland Transport. The company is called Bigfoot Adventures. At the beginning of our session we had to line up against the silver fence and they gave us some bikes .
Some of the bikes belonged to our school and some of the bikes belong to Bigfoot Adventure company. Soon Kate and Kyla split us into groups and I went with Kate because I was so nervous. We walked our bikes to the canopy .
At first I got my balance by sitting on the seat and pushing myself along with my feet. Then I got better and I could use the pedals. We were having so much fun that Kate and my teacher were shocked because I rode so long and fast like a machine. It was the best experience for me.
This month we celebrate Matariki on July 14th in mid winter. Matariki is a public holiday for school’s and workers around the country. Matariki is always at this time of the year and means the eyes of god. It is also Maori New Year and my teacher showed us how to make Matariki stars. We used wool, cardboard that’s cut into circles. First we cut out the cardboard and drew short lines for twelve spokes around like a clock. Then we cut the twelve spokes and after that we went around with wool around the circles (like you can see in my photo). Then we went around with a different color of wool to outline the first wool. We went over and over around it to make it really beautiful and cool.
Another thing we learned to do last week was play knuckle bones. We found 5 small stones and learned how the Maori children used to play with these long ago. It was fun and we could make up our own games after that.
Today we had a visitor her name was Mrs Grant she said to imagine in 10 – 20 years of people searching up our names and thinking that we are going to do a good thing in public and think about our future footprint. What motivated you to do this big cleanup for such a long time?
Today I learned how make good email message to others and use positive and good language on email.
I am young and I am carefree. My favourite activity is to be in the cold and puzzling storms outdoors. I cherish going near the shallow and tidal seashore. I find a lonely stick on the wind swept beach and it becomes my friend. I learn about everything I know from Fingerbone Bill, who is my loving friend.
I am …………………………………….. Storm Boy.
Yesterday on Tuesday me and my classmates had a ki o rahi tournament with coach Trey and the other children from rooms 7 and 8. He has been our coach for the whole kia o rah i training this term. We had to be in our house colors the houses are rimu, rata, totara and kauri. I am in Rata. We all got a turn to play and some lost and some won. It was really fun and it is a cool game. It was a great experience and good to watch too.
Today I learnt to create and share a screen cast. Listen to my screen cast about pelicans.