Thursday, November 11, 2010

Chanel swimming

On Wednesday,room 17 and I had an exiciting day of swimming. Chris showed us some activity of how to be safe in open water with life jacket's. Chris then showed us how to cuddle up and float. We had to get in a circle, while we were floating Chris would push us around in circles. After that He tell us some other important things about swimming.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Kiwis Are Cool

Most birds can fly, but Kiwis cant.
There’s even birds that are as tall as humans, kiwis aren’t.
Some birds are very loud, certainly not kiwis. Many birds run really fast, this is something Kiwis are good at. They can even out run humans, thats one of my favourite things they can do. Kiwis are also amazing at fighting with their tough feet .

The average size of a kiwi is a foot ball. Their are eggs that are the size of six hen eggs “WOW”
The largest kiwi is the great spotted. Its twice as large as the average

Kiwis plumage isn’t that exciting. It’s not colorful like a parrot or smooth like a duck. It’s just plain brown with bits of blond. Whats even worse is their beak!! It can grow up to 20 cm long and is really known as a bill. Kiwis are a weird bird but I still think they are cool.

Many people see Kiwis with no wings. They think because they can’t fly.They don’t have wings , but really they do. If you ruffle your hand in their feathers, you will find a little claw the size of your little finger that is part of their wings

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Compound Words.

Finally we finish our project. We have been learning about compound words. Our project is made out of paper mache can you tell me what we have made let me tell you some clues.
1.You can find it at a bowling place but it just a king.
2It is wearing a cape and its got a crown on top of it
If you know what Brooke, Sylvia and I made, write you answer in comment.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Broken Earth

Did you know our earth's crust
is constantly moving?

Monday, May 10, 2010

My Family

In Room 17 we had to do some maori ptcures to represent our family. I drew a flower to represent my mum and the cris-cross one is my brother and the red one repersent me and my sister

Monday, April 19, 2010

Term 2 Topic learning

Today is term two and we are learning about Active Earth. Our school was so excited to learn about how explosions happen and were they happen. Also we are learning about tsunami, earthquakes and the things that move the ground.
I have learnt that volcanos are not the same shape as other volcanoes all around the world.
another thing that I have learnt was the closers volcano is in Mt Welington.

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Friday, April 16, 2010

Traders came to New Zealand

Traders were early settler people who sold and bought from the Maori and the Pakeha.
They sold all sorts of weapons, plus blankets, land and tools.

My 2009 Blog Posts

Last year when I was in Year 5 I was in Room 14 with Miss King.