John Campbell; from the Nelson Museum; came out to Hope School with a small collection of rock pool creatures from Cable Bay. We learned how we should handle the creatures safely when we visit on Friday.
John also shared how Cable Bay got its name. There was a cable connected from Australia to Cable Bay' which allowed people to start sending telegrams. They also used morse code. We had a go using morse code with some of the equipment John brought in.
tasted like a strawberry. When I put it in my mouth I liked the Skittle because
it tasted like goodies. I wished that I had another one but there was none.
When I went
to a bouncy castle I did a humungous front flip and I landed on my bottom. I
bounced up and then I did a face plant. I got a rash on my face. It stung!
sticky as sticky. It smelled like fresh mint. I popped it in my mouth and
sucked it for a bit. After a while there was a burst of flavour. It could have
been the Skittle or something very different.
hold a Skittle for a long time it feels icky. I tasted raspberry in my Skittle.
My Skittle is red. It makes your slobber tasty. The Skittle has a ‘s’ on it. I
felt it in my hand. I love Skittles.
One day I
tasted a Skittles. It tasted like a strawberry. It was yummy too. When it
dropped on my skin it looked like a piece of paint.
Mmmmm, yum we
got one Skittle each. I had a yellow smooth one. I put it in my mouth. Cool, it
surfed around in my mouth. Yum, I chomped into it. Yum it was a lemon one. I
squidged my face. It was mega SOUR! My brain mixed up my taste buds.