Friday, 31 March 2017

Introduction to Decimals

WALT -  Solve fraction, decimals and percentage word problems
This week we have been learning about decimals. There is a place of digits that tells you where they are and where they stay.

Friday, 24 March 2017

1 Learning Evidence

WALT -  Summarise information in a text
This week we are learning about the Rena Ship and how it crashed. It had an accident and big containers fell of and killed the sea animals and other animals too. The containers was full with Gas Oil and even Hamburger Paddies.

Simple and Compound sentences

WALT - Identify & write simple and compound sentences
This term we have been learning about Simple and Compound Sentences. We have been high lighting the Subject in Red and the Verb in Blue. Thank you for coming on my blog now can you please leave me a comment on my blog thank you.

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Learning Evidence

WALT: Identify the similarities and differences across different texts

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Reading Task

WALT: Identify the similarities and differences across different texts.

Friday, 17 March 2017

Myths & Legends

Easy as Child's play

ASB Polyfest

                                                                ASB Polyfest

Yesterday on Thursday team 5 went on a trip to the ASB Polyfest to check out Their  Performances, Store’s and many other things. Yesterday our trip for Polyfest was an education for us because we got to experience stuff like in the army how we hold the guns but there guns were heavy as. There was 2 Pistols, a Grenade launcher and a Machine Gun. The reason why I think Polyfest is important for students is because it has lots of learning and it is a type of experience for the students, teacher and Parent helpers. My Sister and I Participated in the Polyfest and other people to but this was just my whanau and our community. I have just explained about where we were going on Thursday and what did we do at Polyfest and who Participated in it and who in our Community Participated in it.

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Fractions of a Number

TE TAIAO O TAMAKI Alphabet Multiplication

Today we are learning to multiply the alphabet multiplication and basically all we had to do was find the letter and then multiply that then that was how we found out our answer.

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Shelley Animation Explanation

This term we have been learning about animating our stuff. The stuff we animate is the stuff we would like to share and it is called a Mihi. A Mihi is some thing that you can share with people around you it is a meaning that you are talking about yourself but in a Maori language.
How Sea turtles grow into adults

The early life of a green sea turtle is full of sea creatures. Only 1 in 1,000 baby sea turtles survive from it’s predators. From it’s nest into the sand, it chip it’s way out of it’s egg using an egg tooth or small horn, on the end of it’s beak. It’s mother is not there to help it. Instead it is greeted by Crabs, and Dogs waiting to eat it. To survive the baby sea turtle must hide inside the sand until night when it can scramble to the sea undetected. Once it is in the water then it is safe from the predators that are outside the water but the predators that are in the water can eat them.

The small sea turtles have to swim there hardest towards the waves to reach the ocean. In the sea it struggles to find food. It must keep itself safe and from not being the prey or being eaten by Tiger Sharks or other fish. The little sea turtles swims in the ocean for more than 1 year Before returning to the beach. If they make it before morning it will be better because of the predators won’t see them and they won’t be there. It makes it easier for the Mum sea turtle to lay her eggs. Once it is done she leave’s them and goes back into the ocean.

Did you know that when the Mum sea turtle goes back into the ocean. She can live up to 80 year. When she leaves her eggs on the beach she was 20 years old because it takes 20 years for sea turtles to lay their eggs. So basicly turtles can live up to 100 years old. When 3-4 weeks have passed the little baby sea turtles hatch and come up to the surface. Once they are up to the surface it is very very hard to get them to the water fast because they are so small. They are probably the size of a newborn baby’s hand and that is really really small.

When they are adult the transform. First they are still little babies and they are still swimming in the water then all of a sudden they just transform to an adult. But 99% (when the are eggs) of them die and the rest survive.  When they are swimming 99.1% of them die and there are only 2 more sea turtles left. They die in the ocean by position gas the goes in the ocean and separates. When the gas comes to them they know that they are endangered. When the gas comes to them and they have know way out they know that they are going to die.