Friday, February 24, 2012


How do you cook Karengo?
  • wash the karengo carefully.
  • put the karengo into a dish
  • put the karengo in the oven for about two hours to cook.
  • you have to check it and stir it often
  • add water so that it doesn’t dry out

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

prayer Time

Everybody comes and sits on the mat to say a prayer. When we start our prayer we light the candles and we and the leaders say a prayer.

We begin with the sign of the cross and we say prayers about thanking God and asking God for help and forgiveness.

During prayer time I enjoyed talking to God. We also get to reflect on how we were going to be that day.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Reflection on the last 3 weeks

In the last 3 weeks we have been learning how to use a netbook.
I like using a netbook because we get to do our work on the web. 

Friday, February 17, 2012

The hooded rat


1) Hooded rats eat birdseed, bread and vegetables.

2) A hooded rat washes himself by licking after he eats.

3) A hooded at  comes out when it is night time.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Peculiar Person

I’m a most peculiar person,
As almost everyone knows.
I’ve a crown on the top of my head,
And nails grow out of my toes.

I’ve eardrums that help me hear.
And eyeballs that help me see,
And there’s even a mole on the tip of my nose,
Yes, there’s nobody quite like me.

I’ve got ‘mussels’ that grow in my arms and my legs,
And shoulder blades on my back.
I’ve a rib-cage to hold my heart in -
There’s really not much that I lack.

There’s a button that does up my tummy,
And my funny-bone keeps me amused.
When I look at myself in the mirror,
It’s no wonder I feel confused.

I’m a most unusual person,
And even my doctor agrees,
For that’s what he said when he came to examine
The caps that I have on my knees.

And I sometimes get pins and needles,
When it’s raining cats and dogs,
But what else could you really expect,
From a person whole throat’s full of frogs!