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Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Olympic Games

Winter Learning
Journey
Activity 1
Trampoline Gymnastics
So in this game opponents must bounce on the trampoline to the height of 8 metres tall then must perform (acrobatic movements)
Such as:
  • Twists
  • Somersaults in mid-air
  • Other
2 Rules
The highest and lowest scores for each routine are discarded and the other three are totaled.
For all skills apart from straddle jumps, the legs should be kept together with the toes pointed.
Activity 2
Shotput
In this photo I have got a paper ball in my hand and I am pointing at a wall and that is where I am aiming it to go  
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Sorry for the lighting
Bonus Activity
Up up in the air with a little bit of fear Excitement Rushes through and I'm really happy two. I'm really happy to meet some players and I might also meet some mayors. I might get a lot of money and I bet that it will be sunny. I feel really cool but I'm still in school. So don't show off too much or mum won't give you that much brunch. Hehe






4 comments:

Rachel Williamson said...

Hehe, Cherise, I love your poem! I especially liked the comments about not "showing off too much or else your mum won't give you brunch" and the line about "meeting some players and some mayors." That is very clever!

I hope that you enjoyed writing the poem and taking the picture of yourself as a shot putter. I really liked your picture! It's no problem that it was a bit blurry - that happens :)

I think that you have done a really nice job of completing all three activities and posting really interesting blogs! As a Canadian, I was especially happy to see the information about trampolining for activity #1. We love trampolining in Canada! It is one of our favourite Olympic sports. I think that it is so popular because we have a very good head coach for our team and the athletes tend to do really well. Would you say that trampolining is also really popular in New Zealand?

Keep up the great work, Cherise! I'll check back in a few days to see how your blogging is going :)

Cheers, Rachel

cherise said...

Thank you for you good comment
and yes I think trampolining is
very popular

cherise said...

Thank you for you good comment
and yes I think trampolining is
very popular

Rachel Williamson said...

Thanks for writing back! I am sorry that it took me so long to respond. I didn't see your comment until now. I'm really happy to hear that trampolining is popular in New Zealand. My son, Aronui, just got a trampoline for the backyard at our house. He is so excited about it!

Cheers, Rachel

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