Friday, June 11, 2010

An Earthquake by Korobeau


This term our topic is called Active Earth. We have been learning about natural disasters that effect us. Here is Korobeau's paragraph about an earthquake. Listen as he shares with you what he knows. Well done Korobeau!

An earthquake can happen anytime and any place. Tectonic plates slide and it makes a tsunami. It causes lots of damage. Some earthquakes are small and we can't feel them.

3 comments:

Little Voices, Little Scholars. said...

meHi, Korobeau,

Thank you for sharing your story with us! I like the way you were looking carefully when you were reading.

Mrs She.

Mrs Kelly said...

You have a clear speaking voice, Korobeau. Earthquakes are very scary - even small ones can give you a very big fright, I was sitting on my couch in Taranaki once and the couch started to move!

Christi Turner said...

Korobeau,
I think you did an excellent job explaining active earthquakes. I know they are very scary and can cause lots of damage. You are right, that some are so small we can not feel them. When the techonic plates slide causing a tsunami thats when tremendous damage can be done. You did an great job explaining and spoke very clearly.