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Sunday, 19 February 2017

Bar Graph

Here is the Bar graph I have created about my classmate's favourite Basketball Teams.
Please leave a comment and your feedback's about my bar graph.





Monday, 13 February 2017

Water Fun Day

Water Fun Day

1. On Friday 10 February, was a exciting day for the students and teachers because it was Water Fun Day. Room 7 had to set up the equipment.  

2. After that we had to get changed in our house colour Tee - shirts. So the classes had to line up in their class lines. Mrs Tofa called out which class was going to which activity. And then we started from activity to activity. It was so hard that I got wet and I couldn't run properly. Later on we kept switching to each activity. The water slide activity was the best because Mrs Kumar was wetting us heaps of times and slide onto the water slide, but sometimes the water slide could make you slip real quick. Finally we had to go to our last activity which was the zig zag run. The zig zag was amazing because you could run down the hill which was cool and the exhausting part was how you have to run up the hill which was really tiring. 

3. I felt really happy because I got to support my Rata house, got to play a lot of fun activities that were set up and had lots of fun with my friends and teachers.

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Thursday, 9 February 2017

Why was the treaty needed?

Why was the treaty needed?

British

1. Wanted their land
2. Wanted their people to come to NZ
3. Wanted their food, house and more
4. They wanted all their there weapons
5. They wanted to have the animals
6. They wanted them for some alcohol, weed and drugs
7. The British wanted NZ
8. The British wanted to come to NZ


The British people were guilty, disrespectful and dishonored. They British people will always smoke, drink and do drugs and will always try to force the Maori people to do weed too. The British will always want to do what they want to do, but they always get into more trouble. The British people promised the Maori people to let them have their land, but one day the British people stole the south Island of NZ. There s 10% of the land.

Image result for the signing of the treaty   

Friday, 25 November 2016

Maori Word

Atawhai:Kind
Huatua:Polite
Awhina:Help
Faitotonu:Honest
    

   
  



School Athletics!

School Athletics

The sun was shining, birds were chirping and today was Wednesday 23rd November 2016 which was our School Athletics Day and I was really hyped up.
I took part in 100m  sprint, shot put,  relay, discus and high  jump.
My best event was high jump because when I jumped over the bar it looked like I was flying and I came 1st.
I came first in 100 metre sprint and high jump.
I tried my best in  shot put, discus and  relay but unfortunately i did not do well.
It was an exhausting day!!



Thursday, 24 November 2016

How Earthquakes Occur?

How Earthquakes Occur??

  • How do earthquakes happen?  Earthquakes are usually caused when rock underground suddenly breaks along a fault.

  • What happens after when the earthquakes finish? A tsunami is a big wave


  • What is a “ Tsunami?”
      A long high sea wave caused by an earthquake


  • How do earthquake occur?
    Earthquakes are usually caused when rock        underground suddenly breaks along a fault

  • When does the earthquakes started?
Earthquakes occur all the time all over the world, both
along plate edges and along faults.

  • What is the Richter scale?
It is a type of measurement that  is between 0 to 10.



Friday, 11 November 2016

Manaiakalani Film Festival 2016

Manaiakalani Film Festival 2016

My top 3 favourite movies were:

School Stereotypes-Stonefields
Glenbrae Heroes-Glenbrae
Make an Effort-Stonefields

The Stereotype was funny because it had laughter, singing and riddles.

Glenbrae Heroes had confidence and patience because it had students who were stuck and they never gave up on their learning.

Finally Make an Effort. There were people who were learning how to pronounce Maori words and how to split the words up.