Saturday, 8 July 2017

Day 7 - Activity 2

Activity 2: After you have finished up in Taupo, it is time to hop back in the car and head for Rotorua – a town where will have the chance for some much needed rest and relaxation. In fact, you will visit the Tarawera Bush Pool – a geothermal hot pool that is located in the middle of a forest. The warm water in the pool comes from underneath the ground. After a few hours in the pool you feel really relaxed.
On your blog, post a picture of yourself doing something relaxing. I find reading really relaxing. Here is a picture of me reading one of my favourite books!
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In this photo I'm relaxed reading a book that I got from the library.

Day 7 - Activity 1

Activity 1: While in Taupo, you go for a walk around the lake and you notice pieces of rubbish floating in the water. You also notice that there is rubbish on the footpath. As you know, it is really important to put rubbish in the bin and keep New Zealand clean and beautiful for generations to come.
With that in mind, it is time think about what you can do to keep New Zealand beautiful. Use your imagination and come up with three things that you could do to make your neighbourhood more beautiful. Post your list on your blog ☺

  1. Put up signs saying No Littering
  2. Put more Bins around the neighbourhood
  3. Pick up Rubbish when you got time

Day 6 - Bonus 8 points

Read about the Matariki festival at Te Papa.  There are so many different things to see and do at the festival this year. On your blog, tell us about three of the events. You can choose any three events that you wish.
Bonus Activity: As part of the Matariki festival, there is a two day Kapa Haka competition. The haka is a traditional war dance that Maori performed before going into battle. The haka is now performed by children/adults in the community and by professional sporting teams, including our national rugby team, the ‘All Blacks.’  The All Blacks have performed various haka over the years. Watch the following three haka videos (1 – 3) and, on your blog, list the haka videos in order from best (#1) to worst (#3). There are no right or wrong answers ☺

Day 6 - Activity 2

Activity 2: After visiting Shag Point, you hop back in the van and drive all the way up the east coast of the south island until you reach the town of Picton. You get out of the van and onto the Interislander ferry. It travels back across the Cook Strait to Wellington. Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand and every winter the city hosts a huge Matariki festival to celebrate the Maori New Year. This year part of the festival is being held at Te Papa, a big museum in Wellington.
Read about the Matariki festival at Te Papa.  There are so many different things to see and do at the festival this year. On your blog, tell us about three of the events. You can choose any three events that you wish.

  1. On the last day of the Matariki festival (July 8 Today) you could watch the fireworks show
  2. Matariki light trail behind Te Oro
  3. Variety's of traditional dances on stages

Day 6 - Activity 1

Activity 1: Let’s imagine that you were on the first waka to arrive at Shag Point. You had never been to New Zealand before and you had no idea what to expect. Write a poem describing how you would have felt when you arrived in New Zealand. Would you have been excited or scared? I would have felt pretty nervous, I reckon..

C:\Users\rwil313\Desktop\Waka picture.jpgsitting on the waka shaking in excitement, the waka sailed closer then I got frighten, I saw a island appear, I knew we were here, we all chanted hooray today was the day

Whakataka te hau ki te uru        
Whakataka te hau ki te tonga              
Kia mākinakina ki uta
Kia mātaratara ki tai
E hī ake ana te atakura
He tio, he huka, he hau hū
Tīhei mauri ora!

Cease the winds from the west
Cease the winds from the south
Let the breeze blow over the land
Let the breeze blow over the ocean
Let the red-tipped dawn come with a sharpened air. 
A touch of frost, a promise of a glorious day.

Day 5 - Bonus 10 points

Bonus Activity: You and your tour group have enjoyed your day in the mountains but you’re ready for a change of scenery. You ask Curious Kiwi to take you to Central Otago, a region of the south island with lots of rolling hills and flat, brown grasslands. While in Central Otago, you decide to join the Otago Central Rail Trail – a 150 km long cycle trail. Curious Kiwi and I (Rachel) cycled the Rail Trail in April and we loved it!

On your blog, tell us whether you would like to cycle the Otago Rail Trail one day. Does it sound like fun? Why or why not?
C:\Users\rwil313\Desktop\Rach Rail Trail.jpgYes I would really like to join the Otago Central Rail Trail and do a 150 km long cycle trail because it sounds really fun. I would want to do this because I would want to lose weight and to be better at cycling. This will push me to a higher level at cycling and maybe I might enjoy it and do it more often.

Day 5 - Activity 2

Activity 2: After the adventure at The Lewis Pass Scenic Reserve, you are pretty happy to get back into the shuttle van and continue with your road trip. Over the next few hours you travel up and over the Southern Alps, arriving in the city of Christchurch to eat lunch. You have a delicious meal at a café downtown and then hop back into the van to travel to Twizel, a small town at the base of Aoraki-Mt Cook. Mt Cook is the largest mountain in New Zealand. It is also the mountain where Sir Edmund Hillary trained for his climb up Mt Everest the tallest mountain in the world. Sir Edmund Hillary is very famous because he was the first person to ever reach the top of Mt Everest!

This is my DLO task that I made about a famous New Zealander. I chose to pick Peter Jackson
because I have watched nearly all his movies and is a inspirational director.

Day 5 - Activity 1

Activity 1: After a few hours in the car, you, your group and Curious Kiwi arrive at your first stop – The Lewis Pass Scenic Reserve. It is a beautiful, regional park located at the base of the Southern Alps. You and your group get out of the van and follow Curious Kiwi. He is going to lead you on a short walk through the park. As you start walking, you notice a really cool looking tree on the side of the trail and you stop to take a closer look. When you turn back, the group (and Curious Kiwi) is nowhere to be found. Eek! You are all alone in the middle of a strange forest.

For this activity write a short story (8-10 sentences) about what might happen next. Please be sure to include lots of details about what you might be feeling, seeing and doing after you realise that you are all alone in the forest...

 I follow curious kiwi into the forest then when I stop to take a look at a tree beside the trail I turn back to see that I turned the wrong way and they didn't notice. I started to panic I look around the said to my self maybe I will find them, but when I looked all I saw was trees and grass. Then my adrenaline started to rush I thought to my self will a ever find them?. Then I had a idea I thought maybe If I follow this trail maybe it might lead to them so I followed and followed and followed then I realized I have seen this tree 10 times and notices I was going around in circles with the same trail then that was when I was even more terrified the sun was going down and the sky became darker and my hope became smaller. I shouted "curious kiwi!" then all I heard was the night sky then I said it once more "curious kiwi!" no reply. Then I went to the nearest Mountain then I saw my van I made my way there and was pretty excited to see curious kiwi.

Day 4 - Bonus 10 points

Bonus Activity: Hector’s dolphins are a very special native animal found only in New Zealand. They are the smallest dolphin in the world measuring 1.5 metres long and they are quite rare. Sadly, many Hector’s dolphins are killed every year when they get caught in large fishing nets and can’t escape. Some people have argued that fishermen shouldn’t be allowed to fish in Farewell Spit in order to protect the dolphins living there. What do you think? On your blog, tell us whether you think that fishing in Farewell Spit should be banned (stopped).

C:\Users\rwil313\Desktop\Hectors dolphin trapped.jpgYes, I think fishing in farewell spit should be banned because hector is part of our land and culture and to kill them with fish nets is a horrible death. Fisher mans should well be banned from farewell spit and to never fish or net there ever again for the hectors safety. I want to be able to tell other people that the smallest dolphin (The Hector) is well being looked after and still healthy and safe.

Day 4 - Activity 2

Activity 2: After a morning of learning about beached whales in Golden Bay, you and your group are driven to a nearby town, Nelson, to watch a special movie calledWhale rider.’ It is a famous movie about a young girl who was born and raised in New Zealand. Watch the following movie trailers for Whale Rider: Whale Rider trailer #1 and Whale Rider Trailer #2 and then write a summary of the movie on your blog. What is it about? Be sure to also give the movie a rating out of 5 based on the trailer [1 = bad movie, 2 = okay movie, 3 = pretty good, 4 = good movie, 5 = excellent movie].
When ‘Whale Rider’ finishes, you and your tour group enjoy a delicious meal in downtown Nelson before heading back to your hotel. You need to go to bed early because you have to get up at 4:30 a.m. the next morning to travel back to Farewell Spit to see a group (pod) of Hector’s Dolphins. It is going to be an early morning!

C:\Users\rwil313\Desktop\Whale Rider movie poster.jpgI have watched this trailer and thought this was a emotional and great movie it was a traditional and cultural movie that I enjoyed watching. In this movie I could see that when her brother was born and was suppose to be the next chief but unfortunately the baby died. I have rated this movie a 2 because I thought this movie wasn't my type and it was okay.

Day 4 - Activity 1

Activity 1: When you arrive in the south island, Curious Kiwi rents a shuttle van and drives your group from Picton (the town where the ferry dropped you off) to a beautiful beach on the opposite side of the island. The beach area is called Golden Bay and, at one end of the bay, is a stunning area called Farewell Spit.
Farewell Spit has been in the news recently as a number of whales accidentally swam into the spit and became stuck on the beach. They were unable to swim back to the ocean because the water was too shallow. Many local people tried to save the ‘beached’ whales. Please follow this Farewell Spit link to learn more about what happened. On your blog, describe what the local people did to try and save the beached whales.

  • Kept the beached animals wet
  • Cover the whales with wet towels
  • Keep their blow wholes clear
  • Keep away from their tales
  • Put water in chill bins and water bottles for the whales

Day 3- Activity 2

                      Activity 2: After your great visit to the Otorohanga bird house it is time to hop back onto the bus and head towards the Hawke’s Bay – your resting place for the evening. Hawke’s Bay is a beautiful region of New Zealand. It is known for its wineries and gorgeous scenery. When you arrive in Napier, the largest city in the region, you go for a walk through Waitangi Regional Park and notice that many of the leaves on the native trees have been damaged. Curious Kiwi tells you that they were damaged by possums, non-native predators, from Australia. People in New Zealand are working hard to trap and kill these predators. Their goal is to remove all of the possums (and other predators) by 2050. Go to the Predator Free 2050 website’ to read more about their work.

 I think possums are not good because they eat 21,00 leaves per night. That means they are dangers for the environments!. They eat precious animals to New Zealand like the native New Zealand bird the Kiwi, But now only that they eat endangered animals in New Zealand like baby chicks of a Kokako. 

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Day 3 - Activity 1

Activity 1: Curious Kiwi, a native New Zealand bird, is your tour guide for today. He is going to take you to visit the Otorohanga Kiwi House and Native Bird Park where many of his aunties and uncles currently live. The bird park is a five hour drive from Dargaville so you hit the road right after breakfast and arrive in Otorohanga at lunch time. As you walk through the birdhouse you learn about the work being done to conserve and protect the native birds of New Zealand. You decide to help out by ‘adopting’ a native animal. Visit the Adopt a Critter page’ on the Otorohanga bird house website to choose one animal to adopt. On your blog, tell us the name of the animal that you chose and a little bit about them. What kind of animal are they? What do they eat? Where do they normally live? You can use Google to help you with your research.

Kingdom: Animalia

                                       Class: Reptilia

                                       Family: Sphenodontidae 

                        Appearance: Greenish, brown and grey   

Sphenodon punctatus in Waikanae, New Zealand.jpg

                               Habitat: Offshore islands of New Zealand

                                   Diet: Lizards, frogs and sea birds

Tuatara is a lizard-like reptile that belongs to the group of beak-headed reptiles. All members of this group, except two species of Tuatara, went extinct 60 millions years ago. 

Friday, 7 July 2017

Day 2 - Bonus Activity 10 points

Bonus Activity: When you finish your interview with Laura, you decide to keep on interviewing people. For this activity, your task is to conduct a real interview with an actual member of your family. Please ask them to think about their five (5) favourite things to do in the out-of-doors. They can be things that they enjoy doing on land or in the water. Post the list of outdoor activities on your blog.

I asked my mum what is her favourite activitie to do outdoors?

She said

  1.  Gardening 
  2. Exercising
  3.  Shopping
  4. Manicure
  5. Driving 

Day 2 - Activity 2

Activity 2: As an island nation, New Zealand is completely surrounded by water. It is the perfect place for people who like to swim or to sail! While in Dargaville, recovering from your busy day of sightseeing, you notice a number sailboats going by. One of the boats is manned by a young German girl named Laura Dekker. At the age of fourteen she sailed around the world the entire world by herself. You can watch a short video clip about her adventures here: Laura Dekker sailing trip.   

Let’s imagine that you had the chance to interview Laura while in Dargaville. On your blog post five questions that you would ask her.

  1. What did you eat?
  2.  Why did you pick to sail by yourself?
  3. Did you ever regret it?
  4.  At some point did you miss your family?
  5. Why did you want to do this journey?

Day 2 - Activity 1

Activity 1: After a very busy day of sightseeing you and your group drive from Tane Mahuta to your hotel in Dargaville. When you arrive you decide to sit down and record your thoughts in your travel diary
.Before you start writing, take a minute to read more about Rangitoto island, Karekare beach and Tane Mahuta.  On your blog, tell us which of the three places you most enjoyed visiting and why.  

Rangitoto Island is my favourite place out of these 3 choices because Rangitoto has a enriched history and emerged from the sea 600 years ago. But the big reason why I chose Rangitoto because it is 259 meters above sea level so I want to experience the phenomenal view.

Day 1 - Bonus Activity 8 points

Bonus Activity: Now it’s time to start your tour! Curious Kiwi decides to start by taking you on a short tour through downtown Auckland. You stop at the Sky Tower, the tallest building in all of New Zealand. When you look up, you see a huge New Zealand flag on the top of the tower. This flag was created back in 1902. That makes the New Zealand flag 115 years old!
Last year, the Prime Minister of New Zealand suggested that we should replace the flag with a new, updated design. He invited everyone in New Zealand to come up with their own flag design and submit it.
For this activity, it is your turn to design a new flag. Use any drawing programme that you wish. I would recommend the Flag Designer website. It allows you to create a flag in three easy steps. When you are done, take a screenshot of your flag and post it on your blog.

This is my flag that I have made the app flag designer. I chose to create this flag because the symbol almost looks like a poppie so that this flag remembers the brave women and men that thought in World War I. 

Day 1 - Activity 2

Activity 2: Your tour of New Zealand is going to start right here in Auckland. Watch the Tourist video for Auckland to learn about the awesome things that you can see and do in the city. Once you’ve finished, choose your favourite five activities from the video and list them on your blog.  

  1. In Auckland you can explore the sea coast line
  2. Visit Auckland's biggest landmark "Rangitoto" Fun Facts: you can see Rangitoto from anywhere in Auckland city
  3. In Auckland you can see the famous ferry building which was built in 1912
  4.  Visit the native rain forest of the Waitakere rangers and enjoy a walk with the view of the unique nature
  5. Nearby from the Waitakere rangers is the spectacular Piha beach famous for experience surfers with rough waves

Day 1 - Activity 1

Activity 1:  Go to the Tourism New Zealand website and click on the ‘Facts - New Zealand People’ tab. Read about the people of New Zealand and then choose three interesting facts to post on your blog. The facts must be written in your own words. Do not simply copy and paste the facts from the website☺.
  1.  To become a New Zealand citizen, you must swear an oath of loyalty to Queen Elizabeth.
  2.  New Zealand is one of the world’s least populated countries with over 4 million populations.
  3.  The largest city in New Zealand is Auckland although its capital city is Wellington.

Duffy Books

Yesterday we collected our Duffy books from the library. In this photo we took a picture of us holding our books. I can see that I chose a goosebumps good.

Term 2 Reflection

This term was awesome there were a lot of fun activities we did and fun sports, but my highlight of term 2 was blackout day. 2 weeks ago on blackout day we got to wear all blacks gear or black clothes to support all blacks, but if you were a lions supporter like Jeremiah you could wear red for the lions tour. This was my highlight of the term because I enjoyed making the all blacks word on the grass. I also enjoyed this activity because the haka looked strong and powerful. 

Thursday, 6 July 2017

5 tips to deal with haters and trolls

This is my helpful message of 5 tips to deal with haters and trolls. I found this helpful because 4400 kids over 10-24 have suicidal deaths because of cyber bullying. These 5 tips would stop yourself from being bullied because it has all the advice to make them stop. 

Tamaki Wrap

Today Sylis and I created a e maze about the Tamaki Wrap in the hall. This e maze explains what activities we did and what we learnt that was new. I found shocking that USA transport rubbish to China in a ship where they cherry pick old and smelly things. 

Monday, 3 July 2017

Legend of the seven sisters

This is my DLO about the Legend of the seven sisters. In this DLO a learnt a story about Matariki that I didn't know before. It talked abut why do they visit every year. I found this interesting because I also learnt some new Maori words.

Winter Solsice

Lohri is a Indian winter solstice festival they celebrate every year. For India they mostly have 1 specific date they celebrate which is January the 13th. 

Thursday, 29 June 2017

Email Etiquette

This email etiquette is a reminder of how to write an proper email to someone.
We also have to know how to be cyber safe and knowing how to stay away from
fire walling.

Friday, 23 June 2017

Blackout Day

Today was Blackout day for Panmure Bridge School. We had to wear black for the All blacks or red if you are a lions supporter. We wanted to do something special for the All blacks so we decided to make the word all blacks with the entire school. Mr Wong used the Panmure Bridge drone to record us standing on each letter with the drone he had a camera with the controller to see if the view was awesome or not so great. In assembly we were singing Titiro mai nga iwi and the Kapa Haka group performed a really powerful and inspirational haka lead by Aj.

Thursday, 22 June 2017


Today for dance we had to video our dance and make a movie. We had to add some sharp points and work on our timing of our movements. Sanujan, Joshua and I were missing our partner so tie joined our group he had learned the dance in 10 minutes but managed to finish. This was easy and fun because I already knew every movement to the dance.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017


This graph shows our answers that we entered in the survey if we needed more bins around our school. From this graph people said they wanted more bins around PBS. 27% of people said they didn't really want rubbish bins around Panmure Bridge School.

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Read Theory

Today for Read theory I read the story Island Animals this story is about interesting and strange animals living in Galapagos island. This story was interesting because I heard different animals I never knew before. I found this hard because their were some words that were hard to pronounce.

Thursday, 15 June 2017


Today at dance we had to improve and add moves into our dance. Our timing had to be right with our sharp angles in it we also had to have a good music choice and lastly with smooth changes. After that we had to video our dance in our groups with our music choice. I found exciting because we had to video ourselves. 


Today we had to write our opinions on how we should help to stop littering rubbish around schools. We had different opinions but had to pick one of our best without talking or arguing. Our opinions was to come school without packaged lunch. 

Thursday, 8 June 2017


Today for dance we had to work on trying to pick our Music choice. Sanujan, Sylis, Joshua and I chose to pick Rolex-instrumental because it matched our dance and our movements. I found this hard because we were working in fours and had to tech Syslis and Joshua because they missed the last session.

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Haiku Poems

This Haiku was about Maui when he gave fire to the world. For the pas 2 days
we have been learning about syllables and how to write a haiku. I found this
hard because we had to find words to match the story.

Thursday, 1 June 2017


For Samoan language week we had to do a DLO about Samoan Tatau or Tattooos.
Fraidoon, Ofa and I collaborated to finish this DLO I found out that there are 2 types
of tattoos for boys and girls one called Pe'a for boys and one called Malu for girls.

Wednesday, 31 May 2017


Today I created a DLO about Tatau which is Tattooing in Samoan. I learnt that
there are 2 types of tattoos in their culture and part of their heirtage. One of them 
were for girls only which was called Malu and one for boys only called Pea.

Monday, 29 May 2017

Time table warm ups

Today I used a game "Hit the Button" to help us recall our 4 x answers quickly. I found it harder to find the answer so I will be practising this in my own time.

Thursday, 25 May 2017


Today in Dance Sanujan and I had to practise our warm ups with our songs to perform to our group. In our warm ups we did toe kicks, star jumps, burpies and Russian twists. After that we had to make another dance using shapes, waves and different heights. Our dance moves were in different angles in 45 degrees Sanujan and I has been using geometrical shapes. I found this hard because I had to move like a robot.  

Friday, 19 May 2017

Reducing food waste

This is my DLO of how to reduce food waste and why to reduce food waste. Reducing food waste
is important because landfills will be around the world if you don't. Composting is important as well because it can turn food scraps and paper into soil. Did you know 1.2 million tonnes of landfill is buried beneath our grown each year and 3/4 of it could of been saved and composted.

Maths Strategy

This is my Maths strategy that I have been learning this week. I have been using place values
to solve these Maths questions. I also used a story to draw the reader in and to connect the
story with the Maths question. I found this easy because once I learnt it I could solve any equation.

Thursday, 18 May 2017

Sons of Ma'afu

This is my Making connection of the book called Sons of Ma'afu. I made a connection with another book called The seven stars of Matariki these 2 books have a connection because they both involve stars. I also made a connection with the famous constellation The Southern Cross. The last connection that I made with myself was when I hit the ball and it cracked my kitchen window this was a connection because the sons of Ma'afu threw spears and nearly hit people. 


Today at dance we first had to practise our warm up from last week for an energiser. After that we had to get into partners and watch a video of something similar that we had to do. In this photo Sylis and I are forming a square and a circle. We are showing our dance to another partner and they had to give us feedback. In our dance we could use free flow which was moving our body without using our bones. Bound flow was moving our hand like a robot and we also could do out dance in levels which were high, medium and low. In our dance we had angular movements and also twisted movements which were hard. I found this fun because this was a new dance for me. 

Wednesday, 17 May 2017

World of Maths

Yesterday LS2 and LS1 went to the hall to do a activity called World of Maths . We got into lines and collaborated on each activity. Every one of us participated and contributed to every activity and managed to complete them together. My favourite activity was Let me pass because we had to use our knowledge and  it was a good challenging activity. We used our key competencies which are Thinking, Relating to others, Using symbols, Managing self, participating and also contributing.

Thursday, 11 May 2017

Nuclear Free NZ

This DLO is about Nuclear Free NZ I created this to learn about nuclear weapons
and what happen when NZ became nuclear free.


Why is warming up important?

Warming up is important before exercising because it gently prepares the body by gradually increasing the heart rate and circulation which loosens the joints and it keeps the blood flow to the muscles. Stretching the muscles prepares them for physical activities and prevents them from injuries.


Our task was to find exercising stretches and make a routine with our partners. I enjoyed this because Sylis and I challenged ourselves.

Next week Sylis and I need to improve on our timing so we move at the same time and to work on our squat.  

Thursday, 4 May 2017

Current Events

For Inquiry, Miki and I created a DLO about what has happened in the news recently.
This is a current event about the Chinese government banning the sales of ivory.
Miki and I think that this was a good decision because the
elephants might become instinct if the buying and selling of ivory will be allowed to continue.

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Te Oro - Performance

Today I went to Te Oro to do a performance and represent Panmure Bridge School we also went to Te Oro to celebrate Te Taio O Tamaki in this performance I was Tane Mahuta I was in the green pillar. Joseph and Marieta was the main characters. This was a fun show because it taught everybody to save the environment and why. Our performance also came from the past,present and future. 

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Tran sum Double Take-2048

Today I had to play a fun maths game. I played a game called 2048 in this game I had to add numbers by using the arrow keys. My best high score was 5420 San Kyaw got up to 17,567. 

My Strategy

Today we saw at Tech the year 8s made delicious mince and cheese pie. It took them 15 minutes to cook them all at the same time in the oven. We had to find out how long would it take if all 21 students had to cook their pies one at a time.

Friday, 7 April 2017

Wood Work - Tech

Today we went to tech at Tamaki College. I was excited because I was nearly finished doing 
my joint. When we got there I did my propellers once it was glued I worked on my paper to try and get top marks. 

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Duffy Assembly

Today after lunchtime we went to the hall for a Duffy assembly.
We had visitors from main freight and Oprah singers their names were
Felipe, Madison, Catherine, Bo and Donna they were won awards around the world.
Felipe, Madison and Catherine were her to tell us what reading can do to us in the future and why reading is important. They also taught us a clapping game as well as school around the world. This game was gonna be posted on social media like Facebook and Twitter. I enjoyed learning the clapping game our chant was " it's cool to read and it's cool to achieve. At the end the visitors handed out the Duffy Books we had to choose.

Kokako Lodge

Ofa, Jericho, Joshua and I made a brochure to give people good idea of places to go. This is my inside and outside of my brochure. It shows how it looks and the cool activities I hope people choose to go to Kokako Lodge.

Camp Diary

Today I transferred my Personal Camp Diary into a presentation. We had to do this because when we get older we can still access our Camp Diary instead of putting it in a book and getting it lost the next day I think this was a good idea because I will want to remember this day again.

Friday, 31 March 2017

Wood Work - Tech

Every Friday we go to Tamaki College School and do tech. This term at Tech I'm doing wood work with
Mr.Grundy. At Tech I'm excited to do cooking because I want to maybe discover new foods and maybe learn how to cook at the same time.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Futsal and Tennis - Riverside Courts

This is my DLO about going to the riverside tennis courts. We decided to play there because we wanted to know how a futsal and tennis court pitch feels like. First I played Futsal then moved to tennis this was fun because I scored 1 goal for team black.

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Camp - Kokako Lodge 2017

Today my activity group made a collage for fun at camp. We included some people in our group we did pictures for nearly every activity at camp like making Milo, Chariot racing, Our class photo, pools, lunch, and archery.

Kokako Bird

Mataio, Ofa and I created this and we showed how much the kokako weighs, their habitat, their family, their predators and what they eat. We cooperated and managed to fit everything in.

Photo Story - Camp

This photo story explains what fun activities we did each year. On day 1 it shows Ms Kirkpatrick and Mrs Anderson in the bus coming to Kokako Lodge and Hunua Falls. In  that day we made Milo and also ate Lasagna for dinner.

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

The Green Arrow

As I picked up the arrow with the bow I gently placed the arrow under the knot. I remembered the 2 F’s which were fingers and face I pulled my right hand towards my face.

When I pulled my right hand against my face I placed my index finger on top of the knot and my middle finger  under.  My right hand quivered as it rested against my face.

  Next I was ready to fulfil the last 'F' which was fire. I slowly released my finger and the arrow flew into the air and directly nipped the balloon.

Suddenly I heard the balloon pop and in shock my heart was pounding. I didn't know the arrow would hit it. I thought it was my skills, but Mataio thought it was luck.

This is my recount of my 5 favourite minutes of camp.