Monday, 11 November 2019

Is seeing believing- by Ana

Bird of the year

Today Mrs Collins told us that the Hoiho had just won the bird of the year award.

Hoiho Birds are the largest penguins in New Zealand.

Hoihos only live in New Zealand and there are not many of them. They are endangered.

Hoiho likes to eat fish like squid.

Tuesday, 3 September 2019

Saving Money - By: Ana

                             Nicky's Visit๐Ÿ’ฐ๐Ÿ’ฐ๐Ÿ’ธ๐Ÿ’ธ๐Ÿค‘๐Ÿค‘

Today Nicky came to our class room and spoke about Money.
She comes from the A.S.B bank. She taught us about how to earn money and also how to save some of it.
It is important to save because then in the future you can use it to buy something you need. Nicky asked us what is our dreams and  what is our goals when we grow up. I want to be a League coach and a life guard. 
I have to train one day and it will cost money. I hope I can start saving soon.

Monday, 12 August 2019

My Tukutuku Patterns-by:Ana

                                 My Tukutuku Patterns

Last Tuesday Room six started on our Tukutuku Patterns. First Mrs Agnew gave us some white cardboard with strips like fingers printed on it. We had to cut along the black lines to the top.
After that we had to weave in and out, over and under with a black or a red strip of paper.
After each colour we had to glue the ends down so they didn't move.Then we gave it a little bit of a hair cut from the salon.
I loved making this and Maori people make these for in their meeting houses which are called wharenui.

Monday, 1 July 2019

My digital footprint

On Monday a few weeks ago, we created a very big art work about our Digital Footprints. We did our work with Mrs Collins because we wanted to know the facts about being cybersmart. My digital footprint came out as fifty four persent which means my digital footprint is okay.