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Played for East Coast Bays AFC. Midgets. Auckland.
I graduated for my Bronze?, Silver? & Gold? School Holiday Programme. Auckland.
North Shore City Representative, played in Tournaments around the North Island. New Zealand.
School’s of Excellence Programme. Auckland.
Rangitoto College, I’d play half a game for the 2nd 11, then play a full game for the 1st 11, both games on a Saturday. Auckland.
Auckland Under 19’s played at Mount Smart. Auckland.
Played three years in a row in Napier Under 19’s Tournament’s. Third year as an over age Representative, which may still be used. Napier. New Zealand.
North Shore United. Auckland.
Trialed with Forrest Hill Milford & was offered a Contract $50 a game. Auckland.
Glenfield Rovers. Auckland.
Hampton & Richmond, London, England.
Trialed with Barnet, London, Lincoln City, Lincoln & Sutton United. London, England.
Brookers FC. Kent, England.
I trialed in Copenhagen.
Scouted & sent to Vfb Stuttgart Agent Juergen Schwab, Stuttgart, Germany.??
Played in every position for East Coast Bays AFC, Foreign Legion.? Auckland.
NIV IT NOW
Kindergarten to year 6.
A tennis ball board rebound game.
Four sets of Rules.
Nivsta Boards Skills & Values.
Also four Curriculums.
honesty with what line you are on, memory, focus, concentration, communication, throwing and catching skills, hand eye co-ordination, reaction times, decision making, vision, under pressure, strategies and co-operation.
Physical Education Curriculum.
throwing and catching skills, honesty with what number you are on,memory, focus, hand eye co-ordination, communication, concentration, addition and subtraction work, decision making, reaction times, vision, under pressure, strategies and co-operation.
Also, Physical Education Curriculum.
throwing and catching skills, honesty what letter you are on, memory, focus, hand eye co-ordination, alphabet familiarization, word work, communication, concentration, decision making, reaction times, vision, under pressure, strategies and co-operation.
Also, Physical Education Curriculum.
throwing and catching, hand eye co-ordination, focus, communication, concentration, decision making, co-operation, reaction times, vision, under pressure, strategies and with Colour Rules 2 you have to play with honesty and use your memory as to what colour you have already thrown and caught from.
Also, Physical Education Curriculum
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Num-BARS Game, 1-12.
Spinning wheel numbered 1-12. A mat numbered 1-12. Or mat’s and Wheels, for more than twelve Infants.
Infant one spins the number wheel and sits on that number on the Num-BAR mat. Next infant spins the number wheel and sits on that number on the Num-BAR mat, if they spin the same number as the first infant’s number he or she spins again until he or she gets a different number to sit on. Continue on with this process. Obviously the more numbers that are spun and sat on the harder it is for the infants when it is there turn, as numbers are already taken and sat on. This is where it becomes fun. Infants keep spinning the wheel until there are 12 of you infants sitting on the Num-BAR mat. When it gets harder to spin on a Num-BAR because numbers have already been taken, the Teacher says to the infant, you can move the arrow, pointer closer to the number(s) that are free to spin on to. This will save time too. But still fun. The Teacher guides the infants to what numbers are still available to spin on to.
Whilst the infants are sitting on the mat note to keep them entertained the tv is on to entertain them, whilst the other infants spin the wheel.
While the infants spin the wheel they get entertained by watching one another spin the wheel.
Next the most well behaved infant sitting on the mat spins the number Wheel. He or she then spins a 7. If he or she wasn’t sitting on 7 he or she then goes and holds hands with 7 infant and together hand out fruit and water, milk or juice to the remaining sweethearts. Next the child that ate all their fruit and drank all their drink chooses a freind to collect all cups and remaining fruit scraps. Then story time from Staff. Please Note Num-BARS game is infant focused. Amen.
If you have more than 12 Infants at your kindergarten use two mats and two number spin wheels. That covers for 24 darlings.
The Mats will be made of plastic with anti sliding undercover grip, rolled out for the infants, safe for fruit and liquid spillages, hence easy to clean and to be reused.
Imagine a large mat.
Same as above but spin the wheel to sit on the Mat with the matching same flag as the wheel. There are alot of Countries in the world so when you buy the game it will come with all Countries but each time you use it you pull out a new wheel and new mat, to process through all the Worlds Countries. The mats will have a flag on them and the name of the Country matching. Rotate mats as you go day to day. With the matching wheel. Guide the infants to whatever Countries haven’t been spun on to yet, as per the same support for the infant(s) as per the above description in the Num-BARS game.
Unzip it, get in, pedal forwards to go forwards, pedal backwards to go backwards.
Grind right grinder, to go right.
Grind left grinder, to go left.
Brakes on the grinder handle bars.
In the making, brief description, use your imagination.
My QUOTE.Work, concentrate on your strengths, forget about your weaknesses, your strengths will override your weaknesses.
Weaknesses are your strengths.
They’ll get stronger as you concentrate, think about them less, while you are concentrating on your strengths you will subconsciously improve things that are, maybe a weakness & or a strength that is just underdeveloped.
Weaknesses are just strengths waiting to be improved when your strengths, have offered this opportunity to you. Be patient.
Weaknesses are you just been a human.