Tuesday, 11 April 2017

creek recount


  on Friday after assemble room 11 went to the Omaru  creek. But first we had to talk   about what we had to do before we got there.                                                                                              

when we got there we got to see some ducks and even some pukekos it was very very fun. 
the worst thing about it was that we saw alote of rubbish. There was plastic bottles and cans every were.

it wasn't as fun as it would of been if there was no rubbish.the water was very very dirty and there wasn't any fishes.

Monday, 10 April 2017

Multiplication Grids x 10

       i have done my ones times table up to my tens times table it wasn't that hard i like to do math  its fun.                

Term 1 Animation

   This term we are learning about Te Taiao o Tamaki that means the environment of tamaki we are also learning about kiatiakitanga and that means guardian of our environment .

animation script

This term our class is learning about kaitiakitanga i nga wa katoa that reminds us to be a guardian of our environment . in order to be a guardian of our environment we need to pick up rubbish . It is important to pick up rubbish and keep our earth clean because if we leave the rubbish on the ground then we won’t be healthy and we will get sick but if we do pick up rubbish we won’t get sick and we will be healthy.



my about me

Kia ora my name is Evangeline.  I am 8 years old I am Tongan/Maori and I go Pt England School. I like to Swim and Sing, one of my hobbies is riding my bike and another is spelling.  One day I want to be an actor or a Singer.  Please leave me a comment.

Thursday, 6 April 2017

world's tinniest dragon

The world’s smallest dragon is an amazing creature, it is so tiny that it sits on only two fingers of a human hand. The world's tiniest dragon is really bony. The dragon has claws as sharp as a knife. If the dragon breathes out flaming hot fire that means it’s angry or scared.