Thursday, 12 April 2018

10 Beginner Skills - Easy to Hard ( Snowboarding )

1.Walk up hill
2. Roll over
3. Strap up
4. Board Straight
5. Skating
6.One foot riding
7. Heel slide
8. Toe Slide
9. Stand up
10.  Turning

We think turning is the hardest skill to learn for a beginners because it includes a lots of turning when you go down and you need good balance when you turn around.

Today for reading Pounui have been doing easiest to hardest skills for snowboarding. I worked with mele. We think the hardest is turning with both feet because when you turn you could fall over on your bottom. But the easiest is walking up the hill because it all you got to do is have one leg out a the board facing the edge so when you walk your snow board has a good grip in the snow.

How to measure a angle with a protractor

This week for maths we have been learning about angles. This DLO shows how to measure a angle using a protractor. Using a protractor to measure things is esy. You just put the 0 degree line on the botttom line and mesure going up to the top arm. The picture that is on my DLO shows and example of what I mean. THat picture is about 37 degrees.

Monday, 9 April 2018

Read Theory

Today I have been on read theory. Right now I am on grade 4. This picture shows the progress I have made on Read Theory. The higest grade I can go up to is grade 5. Read theory is a site that can help you gain your reading knowledge. Read theory has diffrent Non-FIctions stories that you can read at diffrent grades.

Friday, 6 April 2018

Tech at Tamki

This week at tech us year sevens have just been fileing and sanding our pewter casting. I have finished polishing mine but as I was polishing mine I could see some marks. So I got some edvice from Mr Gurndy to just sand it down a bit. It really help me and I leant from his edvice.  After sanding it the marks started to go away.

Wednesday, 4 April 2018

5 Main ideas

Today I have made another Main idea. I worked with mele for this. Me and mele thought of doing the 5 main ideas for Insbruck,Austria 1964.