Saturday, 7 December 2013
Wednesday, 4 December 2013
What I discovered my chromebook could download a lot of things at the same time really quickly, also that my chromebook as well is that you can change a lot of things on it.
What it’s like to have a netbook is just like a book but with keyboards and a screen. It is kind of hard taking care of a netbook but when you take it home you have to take care of it big time.
What I have been learning this year with my chromebook is learning about two saints and they are St. Patrick and St. Cecilia. Also what I have been learning in the last couple of terms is how to be smart online, how we did that was making posters and showing how to be smart online.
We don’t just learn from our teachers we learn from our parents, the people who inspire us and others. It is amazing to have these netbooks because they a faster and a lot cooler. I love having a chromebook.
Tuesday, 3 December 2013
Title: Pig’s Tale
Author: Helen Coopen
Illustrator: Helen Cooper
Pig’s tale is a, little tale about a Pig that is always alone, and the Pig is always sad because the owner always plays with other toys but not with him.
What the problem, is in this story is the cat goes onto the shelf and pushes down the pig and the pig cracks into pieces.
The solution is, Tim collects all the pieces of the pig and gathers them up on his desk and glues it all together. And once it is glued altogether it looks exactly brand new and Tim starts playing with it.
Your opinion of the story:
My opinion is I really loved this, tale because it shows the audience who is reading this and it shows the kids in the world that whenever you are lonely you can always make friends.
Illustration of a character doing something from the story