Friday, 28 March 2014
Thursday, 27 March 2014
Do you like swimming?Lot and lots of people loves swimming.But do you know that some people can’t even swim the reason you have to practice swimming is because if you drown you could die.
For an example if you went kayaking and you couldn't control yourself and you were somewhere deep you could fall and drown that's why you must practice swimming. If you don’t you will drown swallow, the water and when you jump up you will be coffing.
When you go back in the water you will have no breath left and it
will be really sad if you died and you could get cut and there will be blood coming out. But if you were a livevest you will still
So please wear life vest and learn to swim. If you don’t, you know what will happen. Remember to practice swimming and wearing life vest. It could save you life.
Monday, 24 March 2014
WALT: Use clues in text to help find the answers (comprehension).
What does hauhake Harakeke mean?It means flax. When flax grows it is shaped as a sword.
2. How did the harakeke move to make the children feel welcome?
By moving around and going forward and backward
3. When was the harakeke planted?
it was planted in 1987
4. How does the harakeke standing tall make the children feel?
verry verry proud.
5. Why is any left over harakeke returned to the bushes?
because nanny says that harakeke,s lives for a long time
6. Name 4 items you can make from harakeke (pages 9 and 10).
7. Choose one of the items made from flax in the story and look at some google images of it.
Early finishers draw the item in detail in sumo paint or ABC paint. Write the name of the item beneath your picture. Publish this on your blog with this heading and sentence:
Blog title: Hauhake Harakeke
Sentence to copy on with your picture: We have been reading about a Hauhake Harakeke ceremony. This is one thing that the children in the story made from the flax blades.
Friday, 21 March 2014
Sniff sniff sniff. Can you smell that its the smell of camp? Do you know that if you are a Year Five and Six students at Pt England school you can go to camp and when you do you will have lots and lots of fun.
When I went to camp there was lots of activities to do. One of my favourite activities were kayaking. We
went kayaking at the Pt England beach. I got a little scared but before we went kayaking we had to listen to the important rules so we can be safe. Before we went on we had to put our foot bum foot and we had to put life vests.
When we finished kayaking it was time for cooking. We made chocolate chip cookies but lucky me I got an wonderful partner to make it with. To make the chocolate chip cookies we need butter chocolate chips, sugar, one egg, flour and we mixed all those ingredients. Then we got the trade and made little rounded chocolate chip cookies. When it was time to come out of the oven we tasted it and it was fantastic.
After all that it turned dark and we wear our pj's and went to watch a movie. But sadly the movie stopped working so we went back to our tents and went to sleep. My partners heard me snore in the middle of the night and it got cold
I can't wait to be a year six I could even be a leader next year. I bet that when you are a year five you will have heaps of fun. And I bet you will love the food they give
you even all the activities.
Tuesday, 11 March 2014
You will never guess what the year five and six are doing this week
if you do thats awesome but if you don't this is how it goes.
we are having camp and it will be starting on Wednesday!!!
When our camp starts I can’t wait to start cooking and playing all the games. I can't even wait to start to do
We have to make up our dance moves will be dancing in front of all the campers. But its not just us that are dancing there are other teams
that are going to versus its just like a dance battle.
The day our camp finishes, I will not be happy at all because I will
have to see my brothers again. Believe me they will
make you exhausted!
Friday, 7 March 2014
Kiwi Grub for Mohua 1.2.07 Part 2
WALT: Use the text to find information.
1. Mohua eats 570 worms and grubs every night. How many would Mohua eat in a week? Show how you worked this out:
2. How do you think Mohua broke her beak?
I think she was digging for earthworms and she broke her beak
3. Why do you think it is important for Mohua to feed herself and find her own food?
because if you feed her as your pet she will forget to find her food.
4. Kiwis sleep during the day and wake at night. They are exercise.
5. What things would you add in a menu for Mohua?
6. What is Willowbank Wildlife Reserve? Google it and list five interesting facts about it:
kiwi birds are one of the oddities.
7. Create a recipe for the special pellets made for Mohua to eat. Use the recipe link to help you write a recipe. Click here for a recipe example
When you have written your recipe draw a picture for your recipe in TUX Paint.
Publish your recipe and picture on your blog once I have seen it!
Thursday, 6 March 2014
Do you know how a tiny little egg on the pond can turn into a big slimy frog? Well if you do
that's great but if you don't here is how it goes. A mother frog lays its tiny eggs and believe me
there are more than one hundred eggs and those eggs will turn into tadpoles.
When the tiny eggs have turned into tadpoles, it will have a long tail and some gills to breath under water.After probably five weeks the tadpoles will have slimy legs
and one day it will turn into a frog.
When it turns into a frog it will have long legs and a tail but that tail will disappear
and after its tail disappears it gills will disappear too. After that it will go on land
and it is going to be an adult frog. When it finds a partner it will lay eggs and the
life cycle will happen again.