But I tried to keep it positive so I ate it. My mind was everywhere I couldn't think. It was a little sour but it was great. After the taste it smelt like a regular lemon juice and I was correct it did also taste a little sweet and like lemon juice I could see the seeds well I was eating, I felt like I was in HEAVEN I love lemons so much they are so bright and lemon.
Thursday, 20 August 2015
Friday, 3 July 2015
The Sporse eats fly hay with web string. If you want to find this unusual mysterious creature, he will be mostly found in a place called Canada North Woods. How weird! It's even weird how this animal acts! It looks creepy but it acts like a little baby puppy. The Sporse does tricks and behaves most of the time. You will be surprised at night - it sleeps in the day and plays at night. Any fans out there will know what and where it lives - he usually hangs with Big Foot and ends up in trouble so watch out!
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Monday, 22 June 2015
WALT recraft our writing
My popcorn was ready ding ding ding. I get it out. The popcorn was so scalding my finger felt like it would exsplode. When I did it, it got covered in butter.
i could feel crumbled popcorn going down my trout
i could touch hot steamy popcorn
it felt like i was burning ashes.
i felt like i was gonna blowup into
a bursting popcorn bubble
ahh!my hands were
covered in bursting popcorn so obvious
that i would eat the scrumpshis cramped
popcorn on my finger well i was eating i was eating popcorn i could taste a fire but with butter och och och mmmmm!
That smell of the yummy popcorn is delicious smell like nice creamy butter but taste like melted butter yummy I would never forget about this popcorn moment.
Thursday, 18 June 2015
I have a few big ideas about you that i know
so the first idea i know about is that you were born on
1st feb 1994 making you the youngest member of
the boy band the last idea is that your middle name
is edward its really cool middle name to have❤️.
you have inspired me over the past yrs with your
good singing of yours funny so keep going the second one is how you
Inspire fans you inspire lots of people
That's why you have million of fans
Supporting you and the boys is well.
Things I would like to thank you for
Getting the group together I hope
You keep doing the things you do,
Thanks for doing great albums you
Have the style like your last name ,
Thanks for making fans still stick
With 1D and all of us are so sorry
I have many questions to ask?
The first question is how many
Girlfriends have you had over
The past years the second one
Is when you were little what did
You want to be when you grew up
And the luck last one is have you
Ever been in a car axisedent
From bonnie carrington
Thursday, 23 April 2015
Here is some self manager cards that you can read
Here is some my tiki that we did for art it was fun
Here is our writing and reading chart
We have this chart that tells you where are you so then if they is a earth quake the teacher will know where you are
This is some of my learning that we did while ago!!!
Wednesday, 22 April 2015
This week we have been learning about Anzac if you don't know know what Anzac stands for? Anzac stands for Australian newzealand army corps...
World War I army corps of the Mediterranean expeditionary force. Anzac tends to refer specifically to those troops from Australia and New Zealand who landed at Gallipoli in 1915 and fought a campaign against Turkish troops that lasted about 8 months.
Did you know???
That poppies just to be white until the text changed to red!!!
What does poppies have to do with Anzac Day the red poppy has become a symbol of war remembrance the world over. People in many countries wear the poppy is warn around armistice day (11november),but in New Zealand it is Most commonly seen around Anzac Day, 25 April.
In Flanders fields
The red or Flanders poppy has been linked with battlefield deaths since the time of the Great War (1914-18). The plant was one of the first to grow and bloom in the mud and soil of Flanders. The connection was made, most famously, by lieutenant colonel John McRae in his poem 'in Flanders field'.
Here is a couple of pictures of Anzac
This is a man carrying a man
This is the country's that were fighting