Thursday, 26 January 2017

Day 19 Activity 2 ( vehicles)

These days there are, literally, dozens of different kinds of vehicles that we can use. Some of them are quite familiar (eg. car, truck, bus) but some are very unique and different. I have been asked to choose and tell you what vehicles I would ride.

here are the options:

1. Double round skate, double round skate is kind of like a foot wear skate board.

2. Hover board, the hover board floats 1 inch above the floor.

3. One wheel electric skate board, the one wheel skate is a skateboard with one wheel and it is easy to balance on.

4. Ayeo, ayeo is a cross betwen a scooter a bike and a pair of roller skates.

5. Half bike, riding a half bike is a combination of running and cycling at the same time

6. Air bike awrrow x, the Air bike awrrow x is a bike that floats above the ground and it cost $85000.

7. Suitcase scooter, the suitcase scooter is a scooter that holds a suite case at the bottom and yo u can ride on it

8. One wheel scooter, the one wheel scooter is a scooter with only one wheel, it is also easy to balance and very strong.

9. Segway, sagway is a self balancing eletric scooter with 2 wheels.

10. Jetpack, a jetpack is a flying machine were people can stand on a plat form.

I would choose the hover board, I have chosen this because I always wonder if it is real and if it could float in the air. It also looks so fun to ride on. I also picked it because hoverboard's are so interesting to me.


  1. Hi Jahzara,

    I would have also chosen the hover board. I really like the idea of floating over the ground. I also like the fact that you can ride it around the city and/or the water. I would love to hover over top of the ocean and look down to see if I could spot any whales or other sea creatures.

    Where would you like to take the hover board for a ride? Would you go anywhere in particular?

    Rachel :)

  2. Hi Rachel,

    I would also go to the water. I would even love to hover over top of the ocean and look down to see if I could spot any sea creatures to. Thank-you for always commenting on my blog for the SLJ.