Monday, October 10, 2016

Canterbury Swim School

WALT improve our swimming skills.     CHANYCE JONES

We know we have done this when

  • we have mastered freestyle
  • we have mastered backstroke
  • we have gained more confidence in the water.
Because we are surrounded by water in New Zealand, being able to swim is very important. This week we have started our 10 lesson intensive course. Day 2 video below.






6 comments:

  1. Kia ora welcome to term 4. It's Bodie from Grey Main School. I really like how you have made videos of you swimming. It looks like you have practised a lot. Maybe you could of made the vidioes a bit longer so we could see more of your swimming.
    Noho iho rā (Goodbye)

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  2. Kia ora welcome to term 4. It's Bodie from Grey Main School. I really like how you have made videos of you swimming. It looks like you have practised a lot. Maybe you could of made the vidioes a bit longer so we could see more of your swimming.
    Noho iho rā (Goodbye)

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  3. Hi Te Puna o Te Reo 3 Its Franklin from Mamaku. You guys look like you are really good at swimming. I agree if you live in NZ it is very important you know how to swim in case you fall off a boat or somthing like that. I am starting to do swimming lessons this term. What is the most popular stroke in your class?

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  4. kia ora Te Puna o Te Reo 3. Welcome back to term 4 . It is Summer from grey main school and in mamku. that look so much fun . My class are doing swimming this term too .

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  5. Kia ora Te puna o Te reo 3. Welcome back to term 4. It's Jessica at Grey Main School in Mamaku 2. You guys look like you are really good at swimming. I agree that if you live in NZ you should be able to swim in case you fall out of a boat or something like that. Did you have lots of fun? Miharo (you're amazing).

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  6. Kia Ora, Alex here from Mamaku 2 Grey Main School in the South Island. I like how you have shown us examples of your swimming and told us what you have mastered in swimming. This reminds me of when I do my swimming lessons on a Wednesday. Do you know how to do any other strokes for swimming? Heoi ano taku mo naianei (That's all for now)

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