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Thursday, 18 December 2014

CHRISTMAS SONGS.

If you what to listen to Christmas songs/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVp0brA3Hpk

GOODBYE FRIEND

                     FAREWELL MYA WE WILL MISS YOU.

Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Friday, 12 December 2014

Ambassador 2015

Learn
This team I learned about aboriginal, I read a book about aboriginal it had some rules how to create aboriginal art. In the olden days the aboriginal people used make colours with dirt mixed with water. They use dots and lines.      
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Create
I created a piece of aboriginal art, I used dark colours and I painted lines and dots with my finger.

Share
I shared it on my blog.                                          

Monday, 8 December 2014

Thursday, 20 November 2014

How To Visit an Art Gallery

How To Visit an Art Gallery
Below are some tips and guidelines for visiting the Auckland Art Gallery. Read the information carefully as it will help you to create a guide on ‘How To Visit an Art Gallery’.


  Image credit: Patrick Reynolds

Auckland Art Gallery Guidelines

It is important that works of art and their frames are respected. You can look and admire, but you must not touch. A handy tip to remember is to keep one meter away from the art at all times. One meter is about the same length as your arm span.

Always move carefully when in the gallery as most of the artwork is precious and priceless. Only walk, and be aware of what and who is around you at all times.

The Gallery is a shared public space, so please behave considerately to people around you and relate to others. Keep a quiet and low voice. The same volume that you would use in the library.

If you stick to these guidelines you will have a happy and enjoyable experience at the amazing Auckland Art Gallery!
Activity
  1. List all of the rules for visiting the Auckland Art Gallery:
*No Dogs allow
*No running in the art gallery
*you should be one meter away
*No shouting
*don’t touch the art

*No cameras

Monday, 10 November 2014

Spring at Middlerun.

Host of Golden Daffodils"
We are learning to identifying key words and main ideas in a text.

Answer the following questions:

1. Describe Daffodils using 3 words from page 20 Pale yellow,straight and tall,feels cheerful.

2. What does Middle Run Farm do with the donations from people for picking daffodils?they give it to charity.

3. Explain two reasons why buckets and dogs are not allowed at Middle Run Farm because dogs might eat all of the flowers.and people might take too much flowers.

4. Besides picking daffodils, what else do people do at Middle Run Farm?they go to middle run farm to go on the express steam train.

Activity: You are going to create a beautiful piece of art using ABC paint. Use the daffodils and spring to inspire you.10 Nov 2014 10:25:48.jpg

Thursday, 28 August 2014

What is Culture?

Culture’s are what make country unique.Each country has different activity and cultural rituals.Culture is seen in peoples writing, religion,music,clothes,cooking and what they do. Culture also includes the way people understand the world in different way.


Different country have different culture.For example,some older Japanese people wear kimono,  flower arrang in vasis and have tea ceremony.

 My family is from Samoa.  In my culture we climb up coconut trees to get some refreshments.  Sometimes when we feel like we need to cool down even more we go down to the beach where it is nice and clean you can even see the fish and crabs. Our crabs are big you could feed like I think about around seven people. When we go out we wear lava lava’s and shorts because it’s too HOT their. Sometimes when I go to my Aunt's house I play with my cousin and we also have a lot of   delicious things to eat.

What Culture is Japan???

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

The Rice Balls

The Rice Balls JJ19
File:Rice balls to freeze.jpg
WALT: Decoding new words
Comprehension - being able to talk about the story


1. Were the man and his wife rich or poor at the start of the story?
In japan
2.  Where is this story set?
In a hole
3. Why do you think the mouse let the old man take the necklace?
Because the old man is poor.
4. Why do you think the man only took one necklace?
Because he didn’t want to be greedy
5. Why were they excited?
because the old man thought that one necklace should be a lot
6. Do you think what happened to the neighbour was fair? Why or why not?
The neighbour is greedy and shellfish.
7. Find Japan on a map. Colour and label it. Take a photo to put on this doc to show where it is.Japan (green) and South Korea

Blogger: Draw a picture of some rice balls and write a few sentences retelling what happened in the story.  
The old man and his wife were in the forest the old man was hungry and as his wife was befor she got to him she groped them and they rolled down a small hill and fell into a hole and there was a mouse the mouse side help yourself and the old man thook one necklace.

Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Hooked on Hockey

Blogger:  Look at the title of this text, and draw an appropriate image that suits the title. Use sumo or ABCya, then post to your blog with a few sentences about the text.

Friday, 1 August 2014

The Chicken Olympics

Chicken Olympics JJ36 Part 2
WALT: Use the text to find information

Use the story to help you decide whether the Author (writer) of the story would Agree or Disagree with the statements, and how you found your answer.
The first one is done for you.

:The Chicken Olympics Ruby and  Ella has three hens. Their names were Speckle,Dora, and Aunty Fluff.
Would the Author of the story AGREE or DISAGREE?
Evidence of answer:
Page number and sentence.
Ruby and Ella had four hens.
Disagree
Page 2. “Ruby and Ella had three hens.”
Aunty Fluff looked like she was wearing fifteen petticoats.
Disagree
AGREE
The hens were tame.
AGREE

Speckle was the best at speed feeding.
AGREE

Dora laid and egg on Ruby’s Head.
Disagree

Ella had the pumpkin idea.
Disagree

They made medals out of toast.
AGREE





Chicken Olympics

Chicken Olympics JJ 36 Part 1

WALT: Talk about parts in the story

2.  Write what Dora looked like in a good simple (short) sentence:

3.  Write what aunty Fluff looked like in a good complex (long) sentence:

4. How many hens did Ruby and Ella have?
3

5. Who was the best at speed pecking?
dora

6. What were the medals made of?
toast

7. How do you know the hens liked their medals?they were eating it.

Blogger: Choose 1 of the hens to draw in Online Paint. Publish your picture in your blog using this template: Posting a Reading Activity to your Blog.

Commonwealth Games

Thursday, 31 July 2014

The Commonwealth Games.

 The Commonwealth Games
P1 commonwealth games, friendly, unique, sporting, history,The commonwealth games often called the friendly games has a unique place in sporting history.
, international, multi-sport, event, olympics, athletes, commonwealth, countries, It is an international multi-sport event like the olympics,except the athletes are for the commonwealth countries.This includes countries like, England,New Zealand and the pacific islands.

P2 First, games,1930, Hamilton, Canada.
The first games were held in 1930,in Hamilton, Canada. Eleven, countries, four hundred athletes, six sports,fifty nine events.Eleven countries sent four hundred athletes to take part in six sports and fifty nine events.Games,held, every, four years.since then, there games has been held every four years.However, 1942, 1946, games, cancelled, Second World War.However in 1942 and in, 1946 the games has been canceled because of the second world war.

P3 event,many,changes,even,name.The event has many changes, even for its name.1930, 1950 games known British Empire Games.From 1930 to 1950 the games were known as the British Empire Games.Later, 1970 until 1974, British Commonwealth Games. Later, from 1970 to 1974 they take the British Commonwealth Games.Finally, 1978 Games Edmonton, Canada, multi-sport event, changed Commonwealth Games. Finally at the 1978 games in  Edmonton, Canada this multi- sport event, changed Commonwealth Games.

Monday, 30 June 2014

Transformers


TRANSFORMERS
The autobots are trying to  hid from the human because they are being hunted down for research and most of all to find rodimus prime and burn him.

The daceptdacons  are trying to build a new areme and trying to get the seed back from rodimus prime

Aysha's Titanic


move it 1 from Team 4 Pes on Vimeo.

All About Coral!


Friday, 27 June 2014

Flying Boats and Coral Island

1. Why does Max live in kiribati?
Max’s dad had to go to kiribati to study the coral with scientists.

2. List places where coral wouldn’t like to grow:
- Canada
- North Pole
- England

3. How do growth rings help scientist?
it tells you how old it is.

4. Why do they use a flying boat?
 so they can look for coral.

5. Why do you have to be careful with coral?
because it takes  a long time to grow.

6. How come people don’t make coral jewelry anymore?
they are trying to save it.
 
Blogger: Find a beautiful picture of coral, then draw your own version using sumo paint or ABCya paint. Post with a few sentences about the
Coral gardens at Palmyra Atoll

Friday, 20 June 2014

Book log

The titanic


The Titanic
1. 1. Where was The Titanic built? It was made in  Britain.

2. What country is belfast in? Belfast is a city located in the British country of Northern Ireland.

3. What caused the Titanic to sink? the hull part of the ship.

4. How old was the last passenger on board when she died? She was 97 years old.

Fraction parts


My brother

My brother
I love my brother so much that it make me so sad, to watch him in a wheelchair and what is even sadder is that he has to eat from a machine.
 
My brother sometimes tries to talk and sometimes i understand what he says,and
he can understand samoan and english.

My brother is as likely as any other person in the word, because he has a wonderful family to live with, and this is the school that he go's to.


Thursday, 19 June 2014

My guitar demo movie


                                         cilck here to watch.
                                         https://www.movenote.com/v/Iz8me0vNZ1NXW

Living in a Shipwreck

Living in a Shipwreck
1.2.07 Part 2

WALT: Use the text to outline advantages and disadvantages.

1. Complete the table below, writing the Advantages (good things) and Disadvantages (bad things) of living in a shipwreck.

Advantages of living in a shipwreck:
Disadvantages of living in a shipwreck:
You can sleep in the captain's cabin.
you meate fall out of the star of canada night.  
You can play with the Bell,the Wheel.
you might get eaten.
You can sleep in the captain's cabin.
you might drone.
you can ried on the water.
you might wash out for sea.
you can jetski on the water.
you might sink star of canada again




Write your 3 ideas below first.

Main event at the beginning:
Picture:
of the spasm in her throat

Main event in the middle:
Picture:
appeared to vindicate the
Main event in the end:
Picture:


off the coast of Canada.