Monday, July 30, 2012

Olympic Touch Relay-Grace

Months before each games the olympic cauldron is lit with flame from greece through the whole Olympic games. A female performer acting as a priestess ignites the touch.

The olympic torch is brought in during the opening ceremony and it is passed on until it reaches the last carrier, to light the cauldron. Then the Olympic games officially begins.

Session Two: Art In Movement

Room 15 went to the hall for art in movement. We all did some warm ups, we did running,
jumping, and other stuff. After that we got back into our groups and learn another groups
dance.  It was very hard at first but then it got a little easy. After all that we went back to class
and blog about it.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Art In Movement Grace

Today on July 23 our classroom was learning about art in movement. Mrs  Muliaumasealii told
us to pick some pictures in groups about the Olympics. After that we lined up and went to the

When I got there I had to set up the sound for the music. I got back in my group with keis,
Vaifoa,  Aldora and Taniela. We did six movements fencing, boxing, basketball, archery,
weight lifting and judo.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Olympic Grace

This term our inquiry topic is the Olympic Games. We will be taking a close look at the London games and also uncovering some of the amazing stories of the Olympics, both past and present.

The Olympics Symbol is better known as the circle rings that represent the five inhabited continents(Africa, Asia, Europe, America, Australasia). The colour version blue,yellow,black,green,red forms the olympic flags. It was created in the 1914's and it was first used in 1920’s.