Friday, 28 March 2014


Hansel and Gretel s' Journey Map

Guess what we are learning to do ? well we are learning to tell directions like : North,West, East and South

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Monday, 17 March 2014

School camp Fun

School Camp Fun 1.1.04 - Part 1
Pages 2-4
WALT: - Understand the story as it is read. - Use the text to search for answers.

1. What are some of the things Siobhan needs to take? togs and a towel, a sleeping bag, warm clothes, a mug, a  plate, and a spoon.  

2. Why do you think that plenty of Mums and Dads need to help? so  they  have  plenty of  Mums  and  Dads  to   help  put  the   tents.

3.  Where do you think they have their camp? at   school.

4. What do you think ‘foursies’ means? It  means  that  she  can  skip  to  the  fourth  monkey   bar.

5. Why does Siobhan's Dad get changed after the swim? because  her   dad  got   splashed, and it  looks  as  if  he  went  for  a   swim   in   his  clothes.

Early Finishers: In tux paint draw a picture of either: the tents being put up OR the kids having a swim.
Post this photo to your blog with a few sentences telling your readers what has happened so far.

Wednesday, 12 March 2014

First day at camp

Hello again   and    here   I   am   going   to   tell   about   my    amazing   camp   experience, well  we   only  have  done   one   Active, but it was fun.Our  group s'  name  is  called  caring,and  Mr   burt  give  out   lesson  to   do   kayaking. it   was    really   funny   because  Me   and   lotu   got   stick, with  kayaking.Then  we  all  took  turn  at    kayaking,and  at   the   end   because  we   had   10  mintures  we   could   have   a   swim.It  was  fun  when  I   went   kayaking  with  my   parnther    dezarae.There  were  some   parnther  kayaks  and   some   kayaks  that  you  can  go   by  yourself. 

Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Alisha Fraction Questions

Nga Manawa

Did  you   know  that   the   Mangrove  forest  have  sometimes  been  drained  for  build  on   or   used  as  rubbish dumps.

Camp Is Coming!

It   would  you  like  know  what  camp  is  like ?  Well  you're in   for  a   surprise!  I am  going  to  this   week!  This Wednesday,Thursday, Friday the year  Five  and  Six  students  will  be  camping  at  Pt  England  School. We  are  camping to  get to  know  each  other and  to  have  fun!

I am  looking forward  to go to  mangere pools  with  Mrs Jarman on Friday,a nd  camp cooking, that  I  just  cannot  wait until  Wednesday! This   because  we  will  be, camp cooking and mangere  pools.

Be  sure  to  check  back  on   my  blog  as  I  will  sharing  my   camp  experience  with  you.
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Friday, 7 March 2014

Nga Manawa

Nga Manawa 1.5.03
WALT: Use clues in text, along with prior knowledge to help comprehension.

1. What is the difference between seawater and freshwater? The  fresh  has  nothing in  it  and    the seawater has salt .
2. Why don’t nga manawa grow in the South Island of New Zealand?  It  is  too  cold  for  them  to grow.

3. Describe what a mangrove plant does to breath? Then  the  plants  seed  up tall  breathing  roots into   the  air so that  the  mangroves can  breathe  oxygen.

4. List 4 animals that like to live in mangrove forests? tuna,tio,patiki,and  tamure

5. Why else are mangrove plants useful? List 2 other reasons from pages 16 and 18.In  the  past, mangrove  forest  have  sometimes  been  drained  for  buliding  on  or  used  as  rubbish  dumps.The  mangrove  forest  is like  a  pataka. Many  kinds  of fish, shellfish, and  birds live and breed  there. In  the old days, Maori  and   gathered  fresh, delicious  food  from  the  mangrove forest.

6. How did the mangrove leaves help keep fish cool? When they  had  gathered  fish  from  the   mangrove  swamps,  our  tupuna  used  the  mangrove  leaves  to  the  fish  going  bad in  the  sun.

7. Why are nga manawa thought to be taonga? The  mangrove   forest   of  Aotearoa  have  been   taonga  since  ancient   times. Lets hope  they  will  still  be  here  to  protect   our  our coast  in  the   future.

Early finishers - Draw a picture of nga manawa using sumo paint and post to your blog.

1,10, or 100 more or less

This  is what  I   did  my    maths   time  with   my   group  and  my  teacher

For wards and backwards numbers 0-1000

This  is what  I  am   learning  in  class  10.

Thursday, 6 March 2014

Life Cycle of a frog

Do  want to  know  what  a  life cycle of a  frog  is  ? well you came to the right place.The four main  stage  of  the  a  frogs  life cycle is  the  tadpole, then  the  froglet, after  that  the  adult  frog stage.

A  Frog starts  life as  a  small  egg  Frogs  lay  their  eggs all  under  water. Once the frog is lays  all  it’s  eggs  stick together  with  really  sticky  jelly.The  jelly  protect  them  from  enemies  all  around.And  that  is  called  spawn.The  reason  why  they  go  after  them  they  are  the, most easiest  target  to  eat  in  the  water.As the weeks has  gone by the  little eggs starts to move all  around the  pond floor and  tries to get out of its’ little egg and  once  it  gets  out  of  the  eggs  it   becomes  a  tadpole.

Once  it  has  turned  into  a  tadpole it   start  swimming  and   the reason  how   they  can   swim   is   by  there really  long  tail  that  they  have  at  the  back of  them.   Most  importantly  I  am going  to  tell  you  you  how   they can  breath  under  water. How they  can  breath  under,  water  they  have  gills  just  like a  fish  so they can  breath under water. As  the  frog starts  growing  their  legs  starts  growing  as well. Once  they   have  their  Froglet   legs  and   arms  their  tail  starts to  go away  and  disappear.

Once they  have their  froglet  little  legs and they still have  their  little  tail, their  arms start  to growing  where  their   gilts  are.Once they have their  little   arms  their  tail starts to  go away and  disappear  and  once  the  tail  has  gone  some   little  poker   dots  appear  and it  is really  weird ?  Once  they   transformed it   is called  metamorphosis. They are  called   froglets. Then   when  it ‘s  been  twenty  or  thirty  days  then  the  froglet, will  turn  into  an   adult  frog.

Once they  have metamorphosis as in changed  they   finally  change into  their   adult  form and they  can  go  out  into   the,    wild   world  where   all  other  frogs  live. Once more they would    lay some more  eggs by the  time, it lays more eggs the life cycle of a frog will start all over again.
Do  you  know  the  four  main  stage  of  a  frogs  life  cycle ?

what  do you think the second  one  would be for  the life cycle of the frog ?
have  you  ever  heard  the  life  cycle  of  the  frog ?

did  you   know  that  tadpoles  tail  disappear ?