This Term year 7 & 8 extension have been working on escape rooms. The Escape rooms can be in real life or online – scratch. In my group there is Me, Zaria, Legacy, Lily-May, and Amira. My groups theme was stranger things and a spooky season vibe. Our escape room is begining to be held phisically as it is more fun in real life. This Progect is really fun because we got to create things from scratch. And that is my Extension Progect!
How did the Lizard learn to climb the wall?
A long time ago, on a dark unforgettable night there was a mysterious looking creature that was named Mr Lizard. Mr Lizard had no family of his own but had a big tree also known as his house that he lived in. That night Mr Lizard spotted a brick wall that looked interesting. The wall had mesmerising colours all over it with a smooth texture that felt like the side of a box.
All of a sudden Mr Lizard had a funny and strange feeling that formed in his stomach. At that moment Mr Lizard felt the urge to climb the wall. His legs started to move, his eyes started to twitch he couldn’t help himself! He moved and moved and in a flash he accidentally knocked into a bench.
“AAaaahh!” He screamed he was afraid of what trouble he would be in and so he was running and running until he couldn’t move anymore. He froze. “What’s going on?” He said that’s when he noticed there was a sticky goop that was stuck to him.
He then broke free and went close to the wall. “With this weird stuff on me I can climb right?” He thought to himself. He was then ready to face his dream of climbing the brick wall. On and on he went step by step. He constantly kept pushing himself and that’s when HE REACHED THE TOP!!! Looking all around him he saw the beauty of nature right before his eyes. Shocked at how beautiful the view is, he smiled and began to, Dance? And That’s How The Lizard Learnt How to Climb the wall.
This week I completed my Te Reo Maori task! In this task I had to complete the responses to the items in the pictures.
This is also a great way to learn Te Reo Maori by learning easy Kupu Hou (New Words) in Maori.