Monday, 8 August 2016

Olympic mascots: Task Five

About Vimicius:
He is named after the Poet Bossa Nova.
Vimicius should have been seven years old, but his age is not counted like ours, so nobody knows his exact age. He liked playing, jumping, running and smiling. He is a mixture of the Brazilian animals. His favourite thing is making new friends, and meeting people from all over the world. His best friend is the 2016 Paralympic games mascot. He lived in a tree in the Tajuka forest; he spreads joy around the world and celebrates friendships between people at the super sports event.

About Tom:
He got his name from the songs of Brazil.
He's the Paralympic games mascot. He was born when the Paralympic games came to Rio on the 2 of October 2009. He knows all the secrets of nature and he understands with creativity, intellegence and determination, anyone can achieve whatever they want. He like reading books;  likes the Samba, and Brazilian music. His best friend is the Olympic games mascot.  He likes playing lots of instruments; he makes the most of photosynthesis or sunbathing.

How can this Motto be applied to everyday life?
My motto for excellence is to enjoy what I do, be creative and to give everything I do my best performance.

This is my Olympic mascot named Kia Kaha.
Which means: Stay Strong.

The colours on the wings represent the Height of the Parrot as it flies.
The spots on the tail represents the Speed of a Jaguar.
The Kiwi represents the Strength and New Zealand.


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