The inspiration for the poem was from a book “Laura’s Poems” – a NZ girl who has her poems published. The criteria was it had to include a metaphor, a simile, and alliteration
I walk along the sandy bay
My feet sinking like weights into the thick oozy paste of mud, water and sand
The waves make a thunder like song against the limpet infested rocks.
Seashells shimmer in the sparkling Sunday sun.
Sea grass slow dances to the wispy wind.
All is quiet in the misty caves.
Everything drops into dead silence.
Studying the wildlife in your backyard! This is a Praying Mantis visitor
Brodie [R10] made an improvised wasp trap from a milk bottle
Learn a new skill – learning to sew
A great game of monopoly went seriously wrong when Raichu attacked old Bunny for not giving him $200 for passing Go!!!
Edwin [R2] Made a mini golf track – Hole number 1
Indiah [R10] & Paige [Tataai 1]
Here’s the links for making them.
Ollie [R10] Made a birdbox
Violets DIY project during lockdown was making a glittery bedside table top to sit on her existing shelves. Violet’s dad Nick and sister Amélie helped and they had a lot of fun making it. They enjoyed using the power tools and mixing coloured glitter through the varnish!