Friday, October 15, 2010

Past, Present, Future

One of the things I really enjoyed in term three was when everyone got to design an ice-cream in our own little company. We then had to gather our own ingredients and Miss G brought vanilla ice cream for the base. Soon after we made the ice cream we had to serve the ice cream to room 3 to taste test. ‘Rain Forest Drops’ won. Although my group didn't win I still had an exhilarating time making the ice cream and presenting to room3.

During the holidays me and my family went to the beach. On the way we could hear the waves crashing against the rocks leaving a trail of milky white foam and splashing us leaving us saturated with water. Something black patternless and shimmering caught my eye. I went to see what it was and it was a starfish. Soon I picked it up and poked the middle of the starfish with a stick. It’s legs started to move which gave me a humongous fright. I then threw it to my little brother who screamed in terror.

Some of the goals I want to achieve this term is to try and concentrate on my work and try not to distract those around me and try not to get distracted myself. My other goal is to to make it to National Norm in my reading and writing by doing what I am asked.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Washing Hands Instructions :)

Equipment: Sink,towel, and a soap dispenser.
Step 1-Turn on the tap anticlockwise so you have a little amount of water flowing gently.
Step 2- Place Your hands under the water and rinse your hands carefully.
Step 3- Put one hand on the soap dispenser’s lid and press it down until you end up with soap the size of a button.
Step 4- Rub your hands together until your soap turns into foamy bubbles.
Step 5- Place your hands under the running water so the bubble suds wash off.
Step 6- Grab a towel so you can dry your hands.
Step 7- Dry your hands so that it is no longer moist with water.
Washing your hands can make you happy, but do know that you are also being very hygienic. Washing your hands can prevent you from getting sick. Wash your hands after playing outside, before eating and preparing food, using the toilet and after blowing your nose. Thank You!!