Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Creating a positive digital footprint

We have been learning to create a positive digital footprint. We have been making decisions about what information we are sharing about ourselves online. You can see more on our class CyberSmart page.

Here is Andrea's personal profile for her blog.

Hello, my name is Andrea and I am 9 yrs old. I live in Glen Innes, Auckland.  I am Maori/Niuean.  My mum is Maori and my dad is Niuean. I have 3 brothers, 1 sister and a dog named Kibou. In chinese it means hope.  I enjoy singing and dancing as well.  I always ride on my orange bike and I love having fun.  

In addition, I know what the longest word in the dictionary is but I don't know what it means.  I love cooking food with my parents such as: Maori bread, mashed potatoes and homemade cake.  I am good at all sorts of sports such as: swimming, soccer and sprinting. My favourite colour is blue.  I have fantastic friends and their names are  Shanelle, Hilda-Rose, Lauren, Sina and Lana. I also love eating fruit.   Sometimes, I have to help my classmates with their work.

Moreover, I try my best to not do anything wrong.  When I grow up I want to be a dentist or a builder.  Many people say to me” be a dentist  because they make a lot of money”.  I have a teacher that teaches me very well so I can learn some more interesting things.

Last but not least,  I like playing on bouncy castles. I am on list 8 for spelling and when I’m bored I write poems.  I can count to ten in two different languages.  My favourite subject is Maths because I learn different strategies to solve problems.


Shanelle said...

I love your story Andrea. Hope you make more story's next time.

Sete said...

I like your story can you teach me how to write like that

Sajiha said...

Hi Andrea! That was a very intresting story. I really like the way you wrote moreover and last of all but not least. I hope you write more story's next time!

James said...

I like your story hope you make more story's

Andrea said...

Thank you all. Your stories are twice as better than mine.

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