KBS Coatings

KBS¬†Coatings is a copany that my dad owns and here’s a post about it

KBS Coatings is a copany that sells rust paint and gloves.¬†Such gloves as Black Lightning, White Lightning, In Touch and¬†Ultra Last. Here’s some information about blak lightning. Black Lightning the toughest disposible gloves. Supirior protechtion from lots of nasty chemicals with low sweat technoligy these are only $26.00 a box.

Now if you have mouldy dark brown cement or pavers loxon is what you needbut first you need to water blast them. then just paint the loxon onto thepavers or cement and it won’t leave a film.your pavers will be sparkiling clean and will be for many years.

If you see rust any were get a system sampler. This includes Aquaklean, Rust Blast, Rust Seal, paint brushs and a sample of gloves. It comes in gloss black, satin black, offwhite, clear, grey, silver, green, red and galvanized steel.

I hope if you see any signs please go to our website http://www.kbs-coatings.com.au/ and the black lightining video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oe06vn6_Cyg

the Fete

At Soliders Point Public School on September the 11th on Sunday there was a fete. At the fete there were all sorts of performances like dancers, singers, bands and even bagpipes. There were lots of rides too, like the flying chairs, monster slide, jumping castle, rock wall and bungi jump. there were also stalls there were: tombola, mystery bottle, 2nd hand stall, cake stall, plant stall,¬†show bags and lots more. the fete was a huge success as they haven’t had one in¬†eight years so I hope I will be attending that one.

my dad is the best in the class

My dad is the best dad in our class. He takes me bike ridding all the way to Nelson Bay. He cooks yummy Indian dinner. He also owns his own company.

My dad owns his own business. He makes paint. He has 22 products and 11 supplies. The 11 supplies are re black lighting gloves, white lighting gloves, ultra last gloves, intouch gloves spray guns, filters, paint spouts, epoxy putty and lots more.These things about my dad show that he has creativity and lots of courage. Here’s a link to his website.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† http://www.kbs-coatings.com.au/¬†

That is why me dad is the best in the class

Smart Kiddies

Smart Kiddies is an educational maths website for primary students. For a start you need to make a password and a username. Then you can make up your own character and special features.¬†After you click on ‘back to lesson’ then click on yourself. ¬†After that click on the game¬† that you want to play and the more games you play the more points you get. You also get your own room were you can buy things to decorate it. So that’s why I recommend smart kiddies and here’s the link: http://www.smartkiddies.com.au/

being in the OC

The oc¬† is a privilege and not a right. To get into the OC¬† you have to sit a test. I remember that every last question was really hard. OC stands for opportunity class so if you say oc class its like saying opportunity class class which is weird so you just say the oc. Being in the oc means that you do more things than the other normal classes like Murder Under the Microscope and lots more! i have had a fun year so far. It’s half way through the year and our teacher Mrs Cliff is wonderful. Hope she reads this.

Dora Creek Camp

Last week all of stage three went to the Dora Creek camp. These are the things that we did: low ropes course, fencing, giant swing, rock climbing, high ropes course, canoeing, flying fox, archery and orienteering.

I arrived at school at 8:20 my mum handed in my medication to Mrs Milton. I waited (with my friends) for about half an hour. Soon we were off . The bus trip took 1 hour and 40 minutes. My bus buddie was Aysha.  We ate half the lollies we had. When we arrived we got told to sit down in the meeting hall. Then we got to know all of the instructors names, they were: Aussie (the coolest guy there) Dylan (Mohawk guy) Reshy, Shelly, Russel, Chris and Pom-pom. I was so happy I was in Aussies group. Also in my cabin were: Aysha, Keziah, Kiarni, Kate, Milly and Georgia.

The first thing we did was the low ropes course that was just like the high ropes but low. My favourite was the cross. There was a plain wire with a crossed rope.

After this we did fencing. Fencing is like sword fighting except you have to get them in the stomach for 1 point.

After that we did canoeing. There was lots of lice in the water. Oliver kept on splashing us so we were very cold.  We were lucky we got warm showers afterwards.

For dinner we had chicken it was better than we expected. For desert we had ice-cream and a topping of sauce.

After we had games night we danced, played bomb and then we had to form groups. Then 1, 2 or 3 people would go up and do a challenge for team points if you had finished it properly. There was one with a table and you would have to lay down on it and go underneath the table and spin around back to the top. About 5 people managed to do that.

The next day we did the flying fox. The flying fox was my 2nd favourite. I was the first person to go down in my group along with Mikaela. You would jump off a 9 meter platform and go racing down a hill at 60 kilometers an hour fast – isn’t it?

Next we did the giant swing. It was the best of all! Firstly your team would pull you up 14 half meters then you would swing down at 30km an hour. It  was really fun.

Next we did archery which was really boring.

The next day we did the high ropes course it was hard.

We also did orienteering were you had to find the garden gnomes.

Soon we had to go home. I still miss camp today. It was the best experience a person could ever have.

Pedallers Parade

In the morning on Wednesday the 31st¬†of March¬† Year 5 and 6 held a Pedallers Parade. My dad thought that a Pedallers Parade was when you sold pedals but¬†I told him that it wasn’t.¬†A PedallersParade is when you sell little trinkets and lollies for 10, 20 or 50 cents.¬†I did a chocolate wheel. You spin the wheel for 20 cents¬† and you would normally get¬†two eggsand a prize. You could also get the special¬† prize which is a massive chicken.

What to do in a bush fire

Most people panic in a bush fire but it is¬†scientifically¬†proven that you shouldn’t.

What to take in a bush fire

You shouldn’t really take stuff if the fire is already there, but if you’re listening to the radio and you hear that it’s coming, you should be prepared for when the fire comes. This is what you will need: food, water, your pets, family, mobile phone (to ring and see if your friends are ok and to call the police or fire truck and the ambulance), photo albumbs, cetificats and all the unessential things like: ipods, camera, bed and lots more

P.S I have done a speech on bush fires also there was a bush fire behind behind my fence.