The first thing I am going to talk about is what were my three most favorite about the camp. My first most favorite thing was playing kickball and tug of war. I thought that those two games were really fun because they were so challenging and we got to play it against our classmates, and that's always so fun and cool. My next most favorite thing about the camp was going on the hikes that we went on. I thought that the photography hike was so fun because we got to take a bunch of pictures and go through mud and all of those fun stuff. The night hike was also fun because it made you kind of scared but you also had so much fun with your classmates. Finally, my last most favorite part of the camp is that we just got to hang out with our classmates. I thought that we just had so fun talking and having fun with our classmates that if I had the chance, I would definitely do it again.
The second thing that I am going to talk about is if I got any closer to my classmates. After the Koke'e camp, I definitely feel closer to my classmates because now I know so much more about them. I also made a lot of new friends because I hung out with them a lot. Now that we are so much closer as a class, I think that when it comes to partner or group work, we will do so much better at things and we will agree and cooperate with each other more than we did before.
The last thing I am going to talk about is what part of the camp impacted me the most. The part that impacted me the most was hanging out with my classmates and learning more about cameras and how to work them. I thought that hanging out with my classmates impacted me a lot because now we can work together better, we can also be friends and hang out more often. Another thing that impacted me was learning more things about the camera. Now that I know even more things about the camera and filming and all that stuff, now I can do even better when filming stuff for projects and things.
Overall, the three things I talked about today was the three things I enjoyed most about the camp, if I got closer in any way with my classmates, and what part of the camp impacted me the most. The three things that I enjoyed the most is playing kickball and tug of war, going on the hikes we did, and hanging out with all of my classmates. To answer the second question, I do feel a lot closer to my classmates. Finally, to answer the last question, the thing that impacted me to most was hanging out with my classmates and learning more about cameras and how to work them. I think that the Koke'e Camp was definitely and awesome and amazing experience and I would definitely do it again if I could. Well, that's if for this blog post, thank you for reading and have a great day!