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Wednesday, 18 April 2018

fiafia

On Thursday we had our school fiafia there were food and fizzy drinks. After we have eaten we had to go to the breeze and a teacher will ask you what dressing room are you are in and  then you say what group. When I went then I said the Samoa group the room that I went to was room 19.



Then they will call out to get ready and come outside and sit down. It was really cold and pouring rain and we were still sitting outside in the rain, We were at the back on the left and my mum was at the back of me. When we started it got colder and colder it was because some kids had no jumpers outside I was the one that had no jumper. When it started it started raining outside.  


It keeps going and going than it was our turn there were people all stand in near the stage watching us dance and shouting our name is out. We were doing the  song this is the song the song  click on the word that says the song. The other one was the song click on this to. This will show you what song we did.

Sunday, 25 March 2018

writing


WALT: use a range of vocabulary in our writing.
WALT: edit our work, checking that all our sentences make sense and that we have full stops and capital letters in the correct places.

Your task: You are going to be writing an text, explaining ‘RESPECT.’ You began to do this when planning for your animation task last week.
  • What does it mean to be respectful?
  • How can we show respect around school?
  • How can we show our peers respect?
  • How can we show our class respect?
  • How can we show our school respect?
  • How can we show our wider community respect?

Labels: 2018, Writing, Ako 3, Respect, Kaitiakitanga i ngā wā katoa

  • TASK 1: Take part in discussions about what ‘RESPECT’ looks like. Come up with words you can use in your writing.

Hint: You may like to share the Ako 3 word bank on your blog!

  • TASK 2: Plan for your writing and then begin writing!

You do not need to write into these boxes, but it may help some of you to structure your writing.

INTRODUCTION
What does  Kaitiakitanga i ngā wā katoa mean? It means  that we need to look after our things Properly.  
PARAGRAPH 1
Respect to your friends  means to look after them and to ask them if they need help than you can help them.
PARAGRAPH 2
Respect to your class  means to don’t tell them What to do and to don’t be mean to them because friends don’t hurt friends
PARAGRAPH 3
Respect to your school  means to look after the Environment  and to stay cool at school and to have a good day and to pick up the Rubbish all the time you see rubbish.
PARAGRAPH 4 (Optional)
Respect to our wider community. Means to be kind and help them, play with them and keep them happy and Safe.

CONCLUSION


You may want to begin writing here, rather than into the boxes above:
Respect to your class  means to don’t tell them What to do and to don’t be mean to them because friends don’t hurt friends.

Respect to your school  means to look after the Environment  and to stay cool at school and to have a good day and to pick up the Rubbish all the time you see rubbish.

Respect to our wider community. Means to be kind and help them, play with them and keep them happy and Safe.




   



  • TASK 3: Draw a picture to go with your writing, and post your complete learning on your blog!

maths

  this is my maths

Friday, 16 March 2018

Friday, 23 February 2018

unie the human

On Monday  me and my class went outside. We did a fun activity it was called unie the human knot. First we went outside and lined up in our colour group then next we all walked to the wet field. Our teacher told us where we were going to stand after that  we put our hands up then Miss Moala said go then we had to grab somebody's hand.  We tried to untangle it   but we weren't allowed to let go of that person's hand  it was so hard to tangle1 it so then I twisted  around we did it three times all of our groups. I felt so excited when our teacher said that we were going to play a game called unie the human knot. It was so fun because that was my first time playing a game with our class.

Friday, 16 February 2018

naratave

Once upon a time in the morning it was so raining and storming in the morning  it was so hot and  I had 4 cousins and there name was Mary, Karen, Jk and me and my mum and dad we all lived in a nice house and it had 7 rooms  for me and my cousins  and my mum and dad than when it was night time we were all asleep.  he next day  we all went on our bikes they saw this thing then they saw a    pipe  that looked like a t and there were big bushy trees and to much green grass that grows  to  big and there was a little path over there and there was a gate. They need to cut the green grass.

Tuesday, 13 February 2018

reading

While reading list questions that you have below.  We will be discussing these questions as a group:
  1. Are there freshwater trout in Auckland? (Mrs. M)
  2.    How many years did tuna swim for? Yolanda



Create: At the end of the text it says, “Mā pango, mā whero, ka oti ai te mahi.”  Create a 30 second news broadcast telling the readers of your blog what that means to you and how it relates to the Omaru Creek here in GI.