Thursday, 3 November 2016

WALT: uses descriptive language to add intrest


On Halloween, a little boy  Called was wearing a skeleton costume, he went trick or treating With a mate who was wearing a Devil costume. They Got more Popular From different parents and  kids in the town of kaikohe. They Got lots and lots of  lollies. from them!!!, they got as Much as 100+ Lollies!! What 100!!! Mum said no 50, OK Fine mum don't tell mum OK yup we will eat them all!!! Mum said hey what are you doing i said 50 no more lollies for yous OK OK mum but why because i said 50 lollies but you’s Don't Listen properly You’s are grounded for a week! yes they are just lollies please don't mum come on sorry boys  why no no get in your room and then they went to sleep.

Friday, 14 October 2016

WALT: write a recount to decscribe my holiday

My holiday

On the holidays I was playing with Tumai on Roblox.I was having fun talking to Tumai.he played cool games. He said ” do you go to Kaikohe West School?” I said “ yes.” He said in room 1.?” I said yes “Tumai I said join me Tumai. “He said no” I messaged him please join me Tumai.

I hopped off and my Mum and Dad were watching a movie in the lounge. When I hopped off I was watching the movie with them. It was ghost was boring because it was scary.
I didn't like it .

After the movie I said good night and I went to bed and it was pitch black .Mum and dad went to bed too.I was really tired.

Friday, 16 September 2016


The bee visit

Dan and Kathy gave us some honey. The honey was in the wax. They showed us the bees. The wax smell like honey. The bees build the wax up. The shape the wax like the plastic. It was a hexagon.

The bee visitors made us split up into groups to see the bees and wax.

We saw a video about the bees making honey in the hive. The bees wings go 200 times in one second. They are very fast.  

The nectar is inside the flower. The pollen is outside the flower. They roll pollen into a ball on their leg.

Flowers are important for the bees to stay alive. We need bees to make tasty honey. They want to live.

You have hundreds and hundreds of bees in a hive. The queen has a white dot on her back. She is long. The queen bee lays eggs. The queen bee can’t go through the  grate so she can’t lay eggs in the honey.

Dan wears a bee suit. A bee hoodie on his head so he doesn’t get stung in the eye. Gloves protect his hands so he doesn’t get stung on his hands.

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We tasted honey

Friday, 29 July 2016

chicken Olympic

Chicken Olympics (JJ 36, 2007).

WALT: describe characters in the text.

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Answer in full sentences

1. Describe what Speckle looked like.
She was brown
2.  Describe what Dora looked like.
She was black.
3.  Describe what Fluff looked like.
She was brown
4.  What are 3 Olympic events the hens took part in?
  • Speed pecking.
  • head perching.
  • Pumpkin.
5. How many hens did Ruby and Ella have?
Ruby and Ella had 3 chickens.
6. Who was the best at speed feeding?
Speckle was the best at speed pecking.
7. What were the medals made of?
The medals were made of toast.

8. How do you know the hens liked their medals?
They gobbled their toast quickly.
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9. Choose 1 of the hens to draw in Sumo Paint.

Friday, 1 July 2016

Fire Brigade Cup


Ripper Rugby

WALT: Write a recount using adjectives and verbs.

On Thursday we played ripper rugby. We played at the rugby stadium. Seddon, Jaydyn , Jahlyle, and Pani are my friends who were on my team.

First we walked all the way from school to the rugby stadium. It was tiring. We walked with the teacher and the kids. I talked to Jahlyle on the way.

We played 6 schools: East School, Totaro School, Kura Kaupapa,  Okaihau Primary, Ohaeawai and Morewa. They were hard games. We tied one game.

I scored no tries because the rugby field that was muddy and slippery. I slipped over heaps of times and it was funny. Jahlyle scored a try.

I saw my friends and cousins. I said hello to them and we played against them. They were at different schools.

I had a tiring but fun day.

Thursday, 9 June 2016

Early Part-Whole Addition

Seddon is learning about Part-Whole addition and subtraction. For example he  can see a collection of 8 objects as both an “eight” but can also think of it as “1 and 7”, “2 and 6”, “3 and 5”, “4 and 4”. This is called part-whole thinking.