By: Aaron and Houa
A. You start at The three golf tees, then you hit the ball.
You try to go past the obstacles. Then you go through
the funnel. After you go on a teeter totter, then you
go under a dinosaur.
B. We tried to make the dinosaur out of clay, and we
were going to make the ball go to the dinosaur's mouth,
then cones of the tale. We tried to make jaws pop up
in our funnel.
C. One of us was gone for about a week. Then when he
was gone one of us had to work on the golf course.
We had a lot of problems on the rough draft of our
golf course. First we just couldn't get it right, and we
had to erase a lot so that made it hard to read. Then
we didn't take up all the space we had to.
D. We had to start all over again after the eraser marks
and the stuff we didn't cover. We wouldn't be bored.
When we did that our partners got mad. We talked out
the problem of starting over with our other partners.
We finally agreed how to split the board. We used a
marble for the golf ball, and we made our putter with
cardborad, wood and a popsicle stick.
E. Now were going too tell you how to make a golf
course. First you have to do a rough draft in your
journal. Then you have to trace the golf course on
the brown paper. When your done with that, you do
the golf course on a big piece of foam. Then you
make a little putter,and you can play on it.
See more pictures of us
working on our course
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