Ki o rahi is a Traditional Maori game it is a fast running contact game. It is played on a circular field.
In 1870 the Europeans Introduced a new game to New zealand it was called Ki o rahi although Ki o rahi was what they liked playing best .
Then we head about the game we started playing it. It was fun because we got togther as a class. It was really cool. It was about working as a team and creating friends and just having fun.
Tuesday, 21 August 2012
Snow snow is fun but it is was Awesome. Last Year there was alot of Snow in wellington the power was off the lights everything in the house was off. I Remember most things that happened Last year even though me and my Sisters And cousins were cold we went out side and played in the snow and took photos .
This is a photo that I found On google Images This was taken in town this is of cause is parliament it looks very snowy and awesome:)
Snow was everywhere in wellington some kids that went to school in town could not catch the train or Drive because the road was not safe to Drive or catch the train it was unsafe but I loved the snow it was the first time i met the snow.
I love the snow because it is fun and Awesome:)
Posted by Unknown at 16:54
Sunday, 12 August 2012
I am going to talk a about Valerie Adams she was in London to compete in the Olympics sadly it was not the Valerie Adams we know. Where was the fire?Where was There Fight?
We Have never seen Valerie was sad Like This she always has a Smile on her Face. She just needs our Support .But Sadly she had to take sliver home.But I Have some information About Her this some stuff about her!
This is about her when she was born where was born and the medals she won.
Adams after her victory at the 2009 World Championships
|Born||(1984-10-06) October 6, 1984 (age 27)|
Rotorua, New Zealand
|Height||1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)|
|Weight||120 kg (260 lb) (2012)|
|Coached by||Jean-Pierre Egger (2010–present)|
|Achievements and titles|
Outdoor: 21.24 m (2011, World Championship record)
Posted by Unknown at 16:51