Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Snag Golf!

Shannon from Snag Golf came to do Kiwi Sports with our school today. It was a rainy day so we were lucky to still be able to learn how to play golf inside our Multipurpose room.

The children in Room 4 really enjoyed playing Snag Golf and wrote a recount of what we had to do to be successful in playing this game. Ivan and Zealand used some interesting detail words to help us know how to play it, and how we can get better at it for next time. Read their writing below and see if you can spot the 'learning points' so that you too can get better at Snag Golf.

We look forward to seeing Shannon again next Thursday. If you want to know more about Snag Golf, press on this link and it will take you to their website.

Learning Points from Ivan's writing

  • Throw the ball gently at the target
  • Don't put the golf club up high. 

Learning points from Zealand's writing

  • Keep your legs and hands together.
  • Put the ball on the blue tee to make it easier to hit.
  • Face your feet towards the ball.
  • Hit the ball gently.


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  3. Wow! Snag Golf looks pretty cool! I'd like to try it out sometime. That's a really cool way to learn early and it must be really fun! Who do you think is the best in your class? I also like the way you added the tips the coach included in your training!

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  5. Hi Room 4, Your Snag Golf looks like fun. Did you enjoy Snag Golf?

  6. Hi Room 4, You students look like you were having heaps of fun when you were playing Snag Golf.

  7. Hi Room 4, I wish I could of played snag golf with you, maybe you could teach me


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