Thursday, 25 September 2014

Auckland museum trip

Have you been to the Auckland museum? Class 9, 10 and some of year 6s “Travelled” to the museum. We went on the bus. All of us went to the museum so We know what maori people eat what tool’s do they use and some of some more maori information.  Some of the parents went with us to.

When we arrived to the museum we had a little snack before we have to go inside we had to learn our powhiri. When we went inside the museum i saw lots of things. We had our own groups. But first we went in a marae. We were learning to find tool to
kill animals that what maori people ate a long time ago.

After we needed to go toilet. Then we get to go and eat lunch. We needed to get some air so we went on the grass. and play. I was playing touch, rugby, octopus and midnight with all of my friends. I started to roll down the mountain it was funny.
I climbed up the tree to and looked at all of the kids. I tipped lots of water on me because I was hot.

Then I was so happy because we get to go back in the museum. I was In miss lavakula group. first we went to the  winter garden it was scary because there was ugly bugs. After we went to sea creatures things I saw sharks, fish and dolphins. I saw a tree house and we went inside and a gorilla was staring at me It was creepy. Then we saw are big volcano and it looked real there was lava coming out.

We went inside the volcano room it was fun. We were waiting for the volcano to erupt the news came on and telling us when it is going to erupt. White steam was on the water and rising. Then lots of grey smoke and black smoke was coming out of the
water. It was shaking in the room. Black smoke came In front of all of the houses and
bust it down.

The whole room turned black then it went away. all of the houses turned white. In the water was just a volcano poking out of the water lava was pouring out and lots of smoke. I was sad because we had to go back to school. My favourite part at the museum was when we were in the volcano room. I wish we can go there again.

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Game on Cook island.

 This after noon we were learning about game on. and different country's

My Rubric commonwealth Games Event

Here is my mark that I think I deserve. I think I worked really hard on this term's animation. Next term my goal is toget a better mark.

Monday, 22 September 2014

Cook island

This after noon we were learning about different country in Oceania.

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Tabitha and sewing

Today in C.R.E we were talking about Tabitha. Tabitha used the skills God had give her. is she wants to bless people she dose sewing. After we were talking about her we were sewing. it was cool. My favourite part in C.R.E is when we were sewing. 

Don't get tired of helping people others.... we should help people whenever we can.
  Galatians chapter 6 verses 9 and 10

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Cross country

On the 11th of September we had cross country. It was a warm sunny day. When I was lining up on the starting line i felt nerves. Mr Burt said our feet had to be together. Mr Burt said “Ready set, Go!’ All of the year 4 boys was sprinting so fast. We had to run around the cones through the gate and pass the teachers Who were marshalls.

 We had to run half of course. Once I saw the finish line in the distance I exited the gate and lots of Senior were cheering for me. If I needed to go past the finish line i needed to go through the senior park. My Mum and Dad were there too. I was thirsty for water.

finally I was finish Now I can have a drink of water. I came 7th but thats OK I was trying my best. I forgot to tell you that Our school was divided into house colors. The colors are Matatua (Green), Tainui (Blue), Te aroa (Red) and Takitimu (Yellow). We took a class photo after cross country. My favourite part in Cross country is when I was Running.

Tuesday, 16 September 2014


This after noon we were learning about compliment people an something about us and what we are good at.

Friday, 5 September 2014

World’s Water Running Out

World leaders are gathering in Washington today to discuss. The worsening water crisis. "Water may soon need to be rationed," Said US President Amelia Topp If we Carry On wasting It There simply won’t be enough to go round.

world leaders are gathering in washington today to discuss the worsening water crisis water may soon need to be rationed said us president amelia topp if we carry on wasting it there simply won’t be enough to go round

Here is my paragraph. Look and see where I have put the correct punctuation marks.

Thursday, 4 September 2014

Fronting the show

My group the Buzzy Bees read an article called Fronting the Show by Liz Oakes. We are learning to identify key words and main ideas in the text.

Fronting the show

 My group the Buzzy Bees read an article called Fronting the Show by Liz Oakes. We are learning to identify key words and main ideas in the text.

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Africa facts

Africa is a continent  and it has the second largest population in the world. It is made out of many countries and have many different coulters.
its climate ranges from tropical to subarctic. The main sources of food are  
rice, vegetable, eggs and beans. Africa also have wildlife which includes
elephant, lions, camels and giraffes.  

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Monday, 1 September 2014

Wild Orphans

a). A place where orphans live because they have no living parents diet.

b). A person or group of persons who hunt and kill animals for food, sport or money orphanage.

c). A deer like mammal with long legs and horns antelope

d). Found out about formula

e). Defend from trouble, harm or loss. Continue to live or exist after a difficult experience

g). Not tame or domesticated calves.

h). Baby elephants orphans.

i). Food that a person or animal regularly eats diets.

j). A milk powder substance mixed with water for animals or babies to drink

1. What other animals apart from elephants are at the Tsavo National Park?
hippos, lions, rhinos, elephants, and antelopes.  

2. How do baby elephants become orphans?
there mothers die.

3. How long does it take for elephants to become an adult elephant?
3 years.

4. Why is it important to pick up a baby elephant that’s been orphaned quickly?
because they might die they might die because they will have no food