Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Kiwi Can

We recapped in last week and talked about positive relationships mean.

We played "people to people" and had to connect the body part , with a partner, that was called out... so "elbow to elbow" you touch elbows with your partner. If "people to people is called, you have to find a new partner. 

People to People
We had to use our positive Relationships skills when finding a new partner, particularly with people who we wouldn't normally work with. 
We are talking about keeping each other safe.  It links back to when we learned about listening to others.  When we were talking about what we learned about the community, we remembered about how we need to be safe roading the road, even on a zebra crossing.  

We did an activity, called Raging Rapids, where we had to work as a team to get each other from one side of the room to the other. We were given equipment that we needed to cross with/in.if we fall in, we may be eaten by a shark or crocodile.

Raging Rapids

We had to really work together and talk to each other as we went. Just like last week, we were encouraging each other as we went.

1 comment:

  1. Kia ora Manawaroa it's Azire and this is for Miss Raisin we didn't do well in Kiwi can today there calling out the were people talking a lot we got and 17 everyone was so SOCK and i was because Nga Kaunui got a 19.5 but we did good with miss Waho and Miss J we had a lot off fun with them but not ass much fun as we have with you your a very good teacher like Miss waho Miss J and Mister Wilkinson


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