Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Lady Esme & the stolen fire gems.

WALT: Manage myself to complete tasks to the best of my ability.

This weeks task is to finish it of properly, we have to finish off our literacy task and post them on our blogs. In this presentation there is a story called Lady Esme and the stolen fire gems, this presentation questions and answers to it.

Friday, 1 December 2017

Music, Emotions, and Colours.

This term we have been learning about music, the 6 different emotions and colours that relates to the different emotions. My buddy and I were struggling while finding the songs that we thought would suit the word. During this task I learnt that different music and sounds that other people play including myself, leads up to how I feel.


Thursday, 23 November 2017

Maths Problems 2

Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I can:
- Use BEDMAS to solve equations with more than one operation.
- Use basic facts knowledge to solve addition and multiplication problems. 

This week we have been learning about many different maths problems, above this little blurb there is a presentation titled "Maths Problems", in that presentation there are different types of equations. There are divisions, multiplication, additions, and subtractions. 

Thursday, 28 September 2017

Compensation from tidy numbers

WALT: Use compensation from tidy numbers (involving decimals)

In this presentation we are learning all about Add and subtracting using compensation from tidy numbers. This presentation is all about tidy numbers and compensation. So please leave a comment,

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Flounder hunting

This morning around 8.30, 12 students from Pt England school went down to Wai o Taiki bay to fish for baby flounders. Around 9am the entire school walked down to Wai o Taiki bay to sing some waiatas and say a pray. The waiata that we sang was " Whakataka te hau" This song is about sea life and things about land and sea.

The reason why we are catching baby flounders instead of bigger ones is cause, we are going to put the baby flownders into our school tank and look after it properly, we are going to feed it and take good care of it so when they grow bigger we can give it back to the awa.

So today we catched 20 baby flounders and kauri flat school catched 4 baby flounders, Here are some pictures of baby flounders and big flounders.  Did you know that flounders can be found in different types for example, there can be baby flounders, big flounders and even cooked flounders.

Image result for baby flounders in tanks Here is a photo of a baby flounder.
 Image result for Big flounders in tanks These are the big flounders.
Image result for cooked flounder  This is the cooked flounder that you can enjoy for dinner or breakfast.

Friday, 15 September 2017

Perimeters, and areas word problem

WALT: Calculate the perimeter and area of a 2d shape.

Kia orana this week I have been learning all about Perimeter and Areas, Miss Judd gave us a presentation to work on, as you can see there is a presentation on the top of this little blurb telling you all about Perimeter and Area. In this presentation it shows questions and answers of mine and it also shows my working out on how I got the answer. Please comment down below.

Wednesday, 6 September 2017

Area L3 - Maths

WALT: Find the area of objects

This week for learning we are doing Areas, We are learning to find the area of different objects. From this task I learnt how to find the different areas of the object. In this presentation there are different kind of shapes and we had to think hard to get the answers. Please feel free to leave a comment on what I could improve more on or what I did on thank you.

Friday, 1 September 2017

Quality blog comments

This week with Mrs Shearing we learnt about leaving a quality blog comment. She took us through different steps, the first step was that we had to look for a school from the manaiakalani website and then pick a child with their own individual blog, our next step was to create a quality blog comment on a blank slide before publishing it onto the actual blog post. Then once we have finished editing it then we post it onto the actual blog comment. On the top is a screenshot of a girl named Aaliyahna from Glen brae school, she wrote about her trip down to Auckland girls grammar collage, hope you enjoy.

Wednesday, 30 August 2017

It's disco time!!

WALA: The language features used in advertising

This week on the 30th of August there is going to be a school disco for team 4s and 5s. We are fundraising for AIMS sevens rugby team. So be sure to come and have fun, we will see you there.

Tuesday, 29 August 2017

Identify what makes this poster a good ad?

WALA: The language features used in advertising. The different forms media advertising may take.

Our task was to write on a piece of paper that Mrs Iloa gave to the whole classroom. We had to list down the things that we can identify in the poster. We also had share our ideas with the classroom on what made our poster a really good ad. What I have learnt is that, there are different ways of how your ad can look, or the way you choose to set it up.

On the top of this little description there is a image full of our ideas.

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Tenths and Hundredths

WALT: add tenths and hundredths, use geometric language.

This week room 4's math classes has been learning about decimals, fractions, Mixed fractions, tenths and hundredths. There is a presentation on top that I have filled in from my teacher, in this presentation there is different ways to do tenths and hundredths as a decimal number, mixed fraction, whole number, and even more so don't forget to take a look inside. I hope you enjoy.

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Popsicle decimals

WALT: Identify and use tenths to make numbers.

This week we have been learning all about decimals. So my teacher decided that we should try something new with decimals like try and sort the questions out with different materials. She decided that we should use popsicle sticks to help us with decimals. Now in this presentation on the top of this description there are some strategies I had to use, hope you enjoy and feel free to leave a comment down below.

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Persuasive writing - Opinions

WALT: WALT: Plan out a persuasive piece of writing

This week we are learning all about persuasive writing. This presentation is all about my opinion, what we had to do is that we had to read a box that our teacher gave us and we had to put down our own opinion for example: Children allowed to vote, we had to write down what we think about the opinion, we write down how we felt, and what we believe in. 

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Persuasive writing - Brainstorm/Change

WALT: Plan out a persuasive piece of writing

Here is another piece of my "Persuasive writing" it is the Brainstorm/Change bit. What we had to do with it is that we had to do from our presentation. It is a brainstorm of what we what to change at home, at school, in class, in our community and in the world. I hope you enjoy.........

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

My Persuasive writing - Planning

WALT: Plan out a persuasive piece of writing

This week we have been learning about Persuasive writing and how we can create a better writing. I have a presentation that I am still working on with all these different stations of how we can create a better writing, we have to go through alot of steps. Our first step was our Opinion, then Brainstorming, then planning. Here is the planning that I have filled out, Hope you enjoy........

Thursday, 15 June 2017

Statistics Presentation

Walt: Identify and use tenths to make numbers.

This is my second presentaion that my teacher has also given us to work. We also used our different thinking skills to work out the answers for this presentaion. I have learnt the different graphs that we could use to sort out our questions to find our answer.

Tenths Presentation

WALT: Identify and use tenths to make numbers

Hey guys, this week I've been learning about Decimal numbers. The Place value that we learnt from the decimal numbers was the tenths column. On the top of this blurb, there is a presentaion that my teacher has given us to work on. We had to use our thinking skills to figure out all of the questions.

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Ukura - All in the family

WALT: Create graphs to communicate ideas

Answers below:

Answer Below:
  1. The line graph is the graph that isn’t suitable of finding the statement of data.

     B. The pie graph shows less information.

  1. This is true. How I know is because all the three graphs show that the number two is the highest number.

    B. The bar graph is the best for answering these questions because it is easier and a fast way to figure it out.

4. What me and my classmate discuss was that Evan is not correct I think because Lani’s data is the correct data cause she said that half of her students in her class have 2 or more siblings.  

      Activity two:

 1. This is my grid for the families of the other students.  Screenshot 2017-05-23 at 9.19.53 AM.png

2. Lani says “”
i) True
ii) False
iii) False
iv) True
v) False
vi) True

Activity three:

1. My classes sibling data:

Family numbers:
1. 2  parents + 3 kids
2. 2 parents + 3 kids
3. 2 parents + 5 kids
4. 2 parents + 6 kids
5. 2 parents + 6 kids
6. 2 parents + 9 kids
7. 2 parents + 8 kids
8. 2 parents + 11 kids
9. 2 parents + 7 kids
10. 2 parents + 6 kids
11. 2 parents + 4 kids
12. 2 parents + 6 kids
13. 2 parents + 3 kids

2. What I have learnt from the Families and siblings is that I now know how to use a bit of graphs and grids. The grids are know easy for me to use, before I didn’t know how to use the grids until now.

3. The main differences about my graph and hers is that my graph has the amount of parents, amount of brothers, and amount of sisters that my classroom mates have in their families and Lani’s graph was different to mine because she had numbers of the family’s and she didn’t list hers as how many parents they had and different things to mine.

This week we have been learning all about the different graphs. What this task asked me to do was that it asked me to follow instructions and answer all the questions correctly. I hope that you have learnt something but what I have learnt was that I learnt how to use graphs in many different ways.

Monday, 22 May 2017

The great marble challenge

WALT: Make sense of new information before, during and after reading by connecting it to myself, texts I know and my world.

This weeks task is to finish of work from the previous weeks. And I am finishing off my reading presentaion that I haven't finished from last week. So take a look at it and I hope you enjoy.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Food Tech - Cooking, our last session with Mrs Heka

Today was the last session in cooking class with Mrs Heka. Last week on Tuesday we at the end of the session we got to pick out what food we wanted to cook for today so we all choose to make Burger with fries, here are some photos of the final templates and some descriptions.

This is the burger that I have cooked for cooking class down at Tamaki College with Mrs Heka. Inside there is a mince pattie that we have cooked by ourself using mince, 1 onion, 1 teaspoon of sweat chillies sauce, 1 egg, and herbs. In this burger there is tomatoes, salad and a egg inside with some tomatoe sauce and a bit of mayo sauce on it as well.

This is the fries that we added to our burgers to make something even better to go with it and that's all I have from what we have done today. I just want to say a special thank you to Mrs Heka for teaching us how to cook in her class, I know that we all were excited from the first day we started cooking. I know that you love us all especially my group......... Just kidding. But we will see you at tech anyways.

Monday, 15 May 2017

T2W1 Complex sentences

WALT: Identify the features of complex sentences

Complex sentences. What we have to do with complex sentences was that our teacher gave us a presentation to work on and it had all these different questions and sentences that we had to write and it had an example as well. So please take a look at what I have done so far.

Friday, 12 May 2017

Beating the wind

WALT: Recongise cause and effect

This week we have been learning all about cause and effect. What we did this week was that we had to read a book called " Beating the wind". What I have to do was that I had to answer all the questions that my litracy teacher has gaven us to work on. I hope you enjoy what I have learned.

Monday, 8 May 2017

Too much telly

WALT: Intepret a range of different graphs.

Answer below:

1: More TV have been watched on Saturday and Friday but homework hasn’t been done on Friday and Saturday.

2: Each of the graphs are different from each other because Jessie missed two days of homework, Ashna didn’t watch TV on Monday and on Thursday, Ruka watched tv 6 ½ times.

3: Yes it is true because the more you watch tv the more you don’t get your homework done and on Jessies graph it says that she spent 14 ½ times watching TV and 2 times on homework, Nina’s graph says that she has spent 11 times watching TV and 5 times spent on homework, Ruka’s graph says that she has spent at least 4 ¼ on doing homework and she spent 11 times watching TV.

Hey guys here is my maths for this week. What my maths work for this week is all about is that it is all about different graphs and how we can use different ways to solve a problem easier. What I learnt this week is that I learnt what the difference about each graphs and here is my work to go with this paragraph. I hope that you enjoy my blog post and learn something but besides that please feel free to write a comment down below and tell me what I have to learn more about or just leave a feedback thank you.

Thursday, 4 May 2017

My choice square

WALT: Interpret a range of different graphs.
  1. Why do you think Mr Winiata drew a question mark?:
         He put it down as no fruit.
     2. Each student chose one of the fruits or the ? and drew it on a blank choice square. Jo collected all these choice squares to display the results.

Jo made a strip graph like this:                          

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Kim made a bar graph like this:                     Tarak made a pie chart like this:
Screenshot 2017-05-04 at 9.42.52 AM.png                          Screenshot 2017-05-04 at 9.43.03 AM.png

Which graph do you think most clearly shows Room 8’s favourite fruit? Explain why.

The most clearly graph that shows Room 8’s favourite fruit is the bar graph that Kim made. The reason why I think that it is the bar graph because the bar graph has numbers on the side which easily shows what the most common fruit is, it also has the name of the fruits.

This week we have been learning all about graphs and what we had to do was that we had to answer these questions that our teach has given us and post them on our bog. This is all what we think the best graph is.

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Reflection padlet - Talking points.

WALT: Participate in a group disscusion by actively listening and speaking

This week we have been learning all about talking points, what we mean by talking points if you don't understand what I am talking about then here it is. It is all about these 4 main key points and they are : 1. Focus Fully( Focus fully means that when someone is trying to talk to you your face would be looking straight into their eyes or would be nodding and would be really into their talk.), 2. Avoid Interrupting ( Avoid interrupting means for example if you are talking and then in the middle of your talk the person that your talking to buds in and then finishes your sentence off.), 3. Avoid seeming judemental, and 4. Show interest. So thoese were the 4 key points on what we learnt.

As you can see on the top of all these blurbs is a padlet that me and my group had a disscusion.

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Talking points - 1

WALT: Participate in a group discussion by actively listening and speaking

This week we are learning about talking points and trying to participate in a group discussion by actively listening and speaking. What we had to do on the first step was that our whole class had to watch a video clip as a class that is linked to our reading page. Our teacher noted some of the steps that came out of the video and gave it to us to try and discuss with our group the answers to the questions inside our presentation there are 4 points in the talking points and here they are - 1. Focus Fully, 2. Avoid interrupting, 3. Avoid seeming judegemental, 4. show interest.

Monday, 10 April 2017

Fractions - Word Problem

WALT: Identify and sort fractions of a number

Here is the presentation of " Fractions - Word Problems" This presentation is all about Fractions well of course that has word problems that comes with it. Mrs Judd has gave us some more fractions to learn about. As you can see that there is a presentation sitting on top of this blurb. It has pictures, animals, words, and also numbers to try and figure out. So please look through the presentation and comment on what I need to work on or just leave a comment on how well I did. So Thank You.

Introuduction to Decimals

WALT: Read and Write decimals

Here is a presentation called " Intro to decimals". This Presentation is all about getting to know decimals, and in this presentation is some questions that our teacher has created for us to try and learn more and more decimals. We have been learning how to put numbers into decimals and many more other things but I won't tell you what the many many more things are I will let you see yourself on the presentation.

Place Value Partitioning

WALT -  place value partition to solve 2 and 3 digit problems

This is a presentation that my teacher (Mrs Judd) has created for her maths class and what we were learning about. What we were learning about was P.V.P standing for Place Value Partitioning. What this is all about is that it is all about solving our answers in place value style. Take a look inside the presentaion so you can understand what I mean by solving it in style. Thank you

4 learning Evidence

WALT -  Summarise information in a text

Hey blog viewers today you are going to see some information about four different texts that I have read about. The four texts are called "What now for the Rena?", "The class newspaper", "Great Barrier Reef", and "Oil spill". These different texts have questions to it and I answerd those questions in a google slide and it is on top of this description. What this task asked me to do was that it asked me to read each text plus the video and fill in the answers on each slides.

Sunday, 9 April 2017

Te Taiao o Tamaki - 10 interesting facts about water pollution

40% of America's rivers and 46% of America's lakes are too polluted for fishing, swimming, or aquatic life. 1.2 trillion gallons of untreated sewage, storm water, and industrial waste are discharged into US Waters annually. 

1. Nearly 40% of all water bodies in America and 46% of all lakes in the country are polluted or are unfit for any swimming and aquatic activities. A large quantity of fishes and under water ecosystems are gradually dying out because of pollution caused by industries and man.

2. Nearly 1.3 trillion gallons of sewage, untreated chemical wastes and industrial effluents are discharged into the water bodies annually. This is set to double given the current standards and may jeopardize life amid polluted waters in America alone! 

3. More than a half of the world's population faces a water shortage and polluted drinking water afflicts about 250 million people worldwide resulting to about 10 million deaths every year. 

4. In 2010, a huge oil spill in America, caused by ruptured wells in British Petroleum rigs led to a disaster in the Louisiana coast for about 400 miles. Over 1000 animals and birds, turtles and mammals died because of the water pollution and some humans too perished because of the spill. Only about 6% of the damaged area was reportedly cleaned. In November 2012, the company agreed to a $4.5 billion settlement with the US federal goverment and paid a fine of $1.2 billion. 

5. In developing countries, 70% of all industrial wastes flow into water and plant ecosytems and pollute the soil and the drinking water supplies.

6. There is a problem of drinking water in 27% of the world's cities. A quater of the world's population, according to the World Water Assesment Programme, faces a drinking shortage with no piped water system in their homes.

7. Hundreds and millions of people across the world die due to cholera and malaria, along with other water borne diseases. 

8. The nuclear crisis in Japan occured in 2011, when a Tsunami damaged the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear plant and caused 4 of the 6 reactors to crash. About 2 million gallons of radioactive water poured into the Pacific Ocean. 

9. About 15 million children under the age of 5 perish each year because of the water borne diseases and polluted drinking water. The Ganges River, the source of life in the Indian subcontinent, the crucible of one third of humanity, is the most polluted river that contains trash, untreated sewage and animal remains.

10. Nearly 320 million people in China have no access to clean drinking water and about 20% of the country's groundwater is contaminated with cancer producing chemicals, because of high levels of water pollution.

Saturday, 8 April 2017

Place Value - Decimals

WALT: Add decimals to 3 decimals places

What have we been learning about lately in maths? We were learning how to add decimals to 3 decimal places and I am going to show you some ways of how we can do it. So on the top of this paragraph there is a presentaion all about Decimal - Place Values and how I worked the answers out as well so I am going to explain 1 slide of my work and it is going to be slide 6. Slide 6: Slide 6 is all about translating the writen form into number for for example.

It will actualy be writen like this : Two hundred and fiffty seven thousand, eight hundred and fiffty two point eight one: But the number form would be writen like this: 257,852.81

Thank you I hope you have learnt a bit and comment down below to help me on what I need to work on so I can try and get better and better while I learn.

Friday, 7 April 2017

Facts about water pollution - Te Taiao O Tamaki

Here is some interesting facts about the water pollution.

Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies (e.g. Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Aquifers, and groundwater). This form of environmental degradation occurs when pollutants are directly or in
directly discharged into water bodies without adequate treatment to remove harmful compounds.

In New Zealand our waters are starting to get polluted by different reason of how and I am going to tell you dose reasons. Littering is starting to cause water pollution, how littering is causing water pollution is that when ever someone drops a piece of rubbish they might think that their piece of rubbish is just going to stay in one place but they are wrong, the wind is going to blow that piece of rubbish threw the alley and other things that leads to the ocean, creeks, lakes, rivers and any sort of river that has living animals in it.

The rubbish that was dragged into the different oceans sinks down below the sea or it floats above the water and when sea creatures swim around that piece of rubbish they would think that the rubbish is some sort of sea food or their food, so then the fishes eat the rubbish and then they choke on the plastic and become dead. Once sea creatures are dead most of them float above the water and then they stink the whole area.

And the other reason is because a few statistics illustrate the scale of the problem that waste water ( Chemicals washed down the drains and discharged from factories) cancause. Around half of all ocean pollution is caused by sewage and waste water ....... Virtually everyone pours chemicals of one sort or another down their drains or toilets.

So can you please try help us to save our water from being polluted??

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Te taiao o tamaki - keeping our city safe and clean

What can we all do to help save our city? Well what we can do is that we can help and pick up rubbish whenever you see one even though if it's not yours. We can try and go around GI and pick up the rubbish on saturdays or even if you are free.

We all have special jobs that we all can do, what we can all do is that we can try helping by not littering on the ground we can put in the bin even if you can't find the bin or if there is no bins around you then you can just put in your pocket or hold it until you get home and then you can put it in the bin.

In two more weeks there is going to be an exhibition happening at the te oro. It is all about te taiao o tamaki. There are going to be different kind of presentation from different other schools. So please help save the sea animals.

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Food Tech Blogging: Meat Pies are done

This is the 9th week we have been to cooking at tamaki college. What we made today was what we made last week. What we made last week was the pie filling for our mince and cheese pie. Today we made the pastry for the pie and poured in the filling. We took some images of what we used to make the pastry and what the finishing of the whole pie.

These are the photo's that me and my two partners ( Inez, and loseli) took while we were making our mince and cheese pie.

Friday, 24 March 2017

Georges Marvoulles medicine ( Novel studys) 3 - Ven Diagram

Here is the third slide that I have picked for my presentation this is all about the Ven Diagram.

This is the ven diagram for George's marvellous medicine. What I had to do with this Ven Diagram is that I had to combine this book with another book that I have read. What the other book was called was "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory from the same author that wrote George's Marvellous medicine.

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Georges Marvoulles medicine ( Novel studys) 2 - Characters and support

Here is my second link that I have picked for my second slide on my presentation.

This is a presentation that I have created for my second slide and it is called “ Characters Images and Support”, This presentation is all about each character in my novel and what is about them like a blog profile.

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Food Tech - Our first step to make a filling for a pie.

This week at food tech down at Tamaki college we were with Mrs Heka. She is the food tech teacher, what we made today was the filling for the pastry that we are going to make next week. What the whole product will turn up to be is a pie. My two buddies are Inez and Loseli. Here are the pictures that we took during the cooking.

These are the ingredients we needed to make the filling. 

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Simple and compound sentences.

WALT: Identify & write simple and compound sentences

This week we have been learning about how we write a simple or a compound sentence. What we did this week is that Mrs Iloa created a presentation for us to work on. The presentation is called Simple and compound sentences. In this presentation there are sentences that I have to write and try figure out what a compound and simple sentence is. I hope you enjoy my simple and compound sentence enjoy my blog and leave a comment of what I need to work on.

Friday, 10 March 2017

Te taiao o tamaki - Fractions, Decimals, & percentages

WALT: Understand the relationship between fractions, decimals and percentages.

This week we have been learning all about Fractions, decimals and percentages. What we did with them is that we had to try and learn how to convert fractions into decimals into percentages or you could try it the other way. This task asked me to convert fractions into a decimal number and then convert it in the percentages of the number.

I hope you enjoy my blog.

Monday, 6 March 2017

Te Taiao O Tamaki - Alphabet multiplication

WALT: understand the relationship between fractions, decimals and percentages.

We are learning all about multiplications and divisions but for this task we have learnt about multiplication, in this task we learnt how to use the alphabet with multiplication. What we had to do is that Mrs Judd created a google drawing for us to work on and what we needed to do is that we had to read the word that Mrs Judd gave us and we had to look on the top where all the numbers are and try find out what number it is that connects with the the word.

I hope you have learnt a bit and leave a comment on what I need to work on and I hope you enjoy the rest of my blog!!.

Te Taiao o Tamaki

Te Taiao O Tamaki:

What we are learning about this term is that we are learning about kawa of care. What is Kawa of care? well Kawa of care is a way of saying how we could protect our environment. How we can protect it is that we could try and stop preventing water pollution by not littering.

Littering has caused water pollution and land pollution, how it is prevented? People sometimes dumps their rubbish on the road or on the side of the beach. What we can do to stop it is that if we see a piece of rubbish that is not even yours then you can just pick it up.

If you won’t pick it up then the wind will blow it until it reaches the beach, the wind will blow and blow and blow until it is the sea. When living creatures in the sea eats they will die. Then when you go fishing or a walk you might catch a fish that has been eating plastics, or you could find a dead washed up whale on the beach.

There are different types of pollution like water pollution which is the biggest problems, air pollution, land pollution, and others. Pollution is also caused by many different things like car gasses linking on the road, Factories, littering, Farms and many things.  

Thursday, 2 March 2017

Te Taiao O Tamaki - Money and Decimals

WALT: Use multiplication and division to solve fractions problems.

Today I learnt about using decimals in different ways, what I mean about in different ways is like doing it in money ways, weighing ways and many more different ways. This task asked me to solve decimals in addition and in subtraction. What I learnt from this presentation is my money working out, so we I am like sorting out money then I would just know it straight away.

Te Taiao O Tamaki - Fractions word problems

WALT: Use Multiplication and division to solve fractions problems.

This week we have been learning all about " Fractions". What the task asked me to do is that it asked me to solve fractions using some word problems and showing how I got that answer. What I have learned from this task is that when we are using fractions and divisions we have to split the important number into equal groups. On top of this blurb is a presentation that my teacher has created for us to solve and to learn. Then on the side is pictures of my working out.

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Te Taiao o Tamaki - Fraction word problems

WALT: Identify and sort fractions of a number.

This week we have been learning all about fractions. What are fractions? Well fractions are actually part of a whole that has been separated into small little bits. So up the top of this description there is a presentation showing how I worked with fractions and what I did to solve them. Please leave a comment thank you.

Te Taiao O tamaki - Thirst

WALT: 1 - Find evidence from the text to support my answers
          2 - Analyse the text to understand key themes and messages.

What we are learning to do is to learn about the water cycle. What the water cycle is about is that it is about the earth preventing the same amount of water that we have had on earth the whole entire time. On top of this description is a presentation named "Thirst". What the book " Thirst" is about is a little boy named ryder who when to his neighbors to take some water.

Te Taiao O Tamaki - Water worries

WALT: Analyse the text to understand key themes and message

This week we have been learning all about the water cycle. What the task asked me to do is that it asked us to learn about the water cycle and what contains that water pollution. We had to write a letter to the council about the problems we are having with the water. What we are having problems with is the water pollution is that people are littering on the streets and using cars alot.

Monday, 27 February 2017

Plan: Who my super model is?

Who my role model is my sister Kimberly.........

My role model is my second oldest sister Kimberly.

Thursday, 16 February 2017

Poster- Water wise

WALT: I make sense of new information before, during and after reading by connecting it to myself, texts I know and my world.

This weeks task we have to do reading in our literacy classes what we do for our reading is that we have to work out our presentations that we get from our reading and writing teacher named Mrs Iloa, before we do our presentations we get a reading book online and read it. From the presentations there is a slide that says we had to do a poster, what this poster is all about is that it is all about water wise. Up the top of this description is a poster that I have created using google drawing. This poster is all about Appreciating water. My quote says " Appreciate Water Don't Waste Water. ".  Please leave a comment and Try not waste water thank you.  

Friday, 10 February 2017

Blog journal reflection

So far what I have enjoyed from this year was making new friends and introducing the new ones to this school, I have enjoyed going to tech class and learn new things, I also liked doing my work at school like Maths, reading, writing and inquiry. At school there has been some difficult things like when I am doing my work my friends are talking to me and it is so hard to concentrate on my work.

This year there are many types of new different things like, the classes has changed and it looks new, new friends and many new students, new teachers, and at tech I am a new tech group and I am in cooking. The thing I like in my cooking group is that I get to learn how to cook new things when I go home.

The last thing is the important thing is what I am looking forward to this year. What I am looking forward to this year is getting my levels up in reading and maths. I hope you enjoy my journal reflections.