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Friday, 8 July 2016

Ancient Olympics Running

Just imagine your in the first ANCIENT OLYMPICS.There were three running events in the  ANCIENT OLYMPICS their are three types The stade sprinting race.the athletes ran from one side of the stadium to the other.the the first every ANCIENT OLYMPICS was held Greece form 776bc through 393 AD,it took 1503 years for the OLYMPICS to return.The first modern OLYMPICS were held in athens, Greece,In 1896
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8 comments:

  1. Hi Flynlay,

    Welcome to the Winter Learning Journey! I am so glad that you have decided to join us this holiday and blog. I will look forward to reading your blog posts, giving you points and posting comments.

    If you would like to earn more points, simply go to the Winter Learning Journey website, click on the 'Weekly Activities' tab and scroll down. You will see all 21 activities listed on the site and you can choose any activity that interests you and then blog about it. It's that easy!

    I hope to see you blogging lots this holiday :)

    Cheers, Rachel

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    1. Ha! Hi Anahere, Thanks so much for reading and posting comments on other student's blogs. I really like that you are supporting and encouraging everyone! Cheers, Rachel

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    1. who the heck was on anaher's account she would never say that

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  4. Hi Flyn,

    I really hope that you'll consider blogging with us some more this holiday. We're having a really good time learning about sports and the Olympics, earning points and commenting on each other's blogs. There are 20 other activities for you to choose from - please consider logging back onto the Winter Learning Journey site, choosing one and posting a blog.

    I'll check back on Thursday to see if you've posted anything new!

    Cheers,
    Rachel

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    1. Ah, thanks, Anahere. I was wondering what had happened. That makes a lot of sense. Thanks for letting me know!

      (I hope that you're having a great time at your uncle's house, Flyn!)

      Cheers, Rachel

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