Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Copy of Highland Home Photographs LInk 2016

Highland Home Photographs LInk

This is the link to some of the Highland Home Camp Photographs.

Click on the link to view the photographs:  (You may have to wait a moment as there are a lot of photographs!!)
Select photographs to write about, one at a time.  You may have to download and save the photograph you want before putting it into your document

Photograph title goes here.
Writing here.  A MOMENT IN TIME
Write about a moment in present tense.
  • detailed adjectives and verbs.
This helps the reader imagine the activity in detail.
What I am doing
Your senses:
  • What I am feeling
  • What I can see
  • What I can  hear
  • What I can smell
Use a simile to help the reader understand the feelings you had while doing that activity.
Your overall opinion of the activity.  What you thought about it and who you think might enjoy it.

Me kiera and maddie on the orienteering course trying to work out where number 34 was on the big map.
waiting for my turn in sooting wondering how big my score will be.
Looking at the amazing view hoping I don't fall down the cliff.
Me and my group doing water testing trying our best not to get bitten by the sandflies.
having a big rest at the seven km mark on the ten km manawatu gorge walk.


Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Camp sentences

Camp sentences
Opener sentences
The cabin was packed with bags, clothes, people and sleeping bags. We see massive tractors on the way to camp. We get lost on the orienteering course trying to find number 34.

Serial sentences
Mr Glow Worm glowing, Mr Crayfish swimming and Mr Spider making a web. Tom jumped on the tramp, Tori flipped on the tramp and Molly fell on the tramp. Tom swam in the river, Katie stayed on the bank of the river, Jack jumped in the river.

Interrupter sentences
Running in the morning, so tired and cold, on the freezing, cold, wet grass. Having breakfast in the morning after the run, so happy and hungry, yum. At the vertex climbing wall, so high up, so scared, going to jump out of my skin, so happy to go down.