Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Daffodil day

Why did they choose the daffodil to
represent cancer?
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The daffodil was chosen as the symbol of hope for all affected by cancer because of its reputation as a hardy annual flower, pushing its way through the frozen earth after a long winter to herald the return of spring, new life, vitality and growth. As one of the first flowers of spring, the daffodil symbolises rebirth and new beginnings. To Cancer Council, the daffodil represents hope for a cancer-free future

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

cross country


It was a rainy,wet cold and muddy day…
But we didn,t care CROSS COUNTRY.

As I sat In Room 6 waiting with all the other runners I got nervous.I was nervous because I thought a teacher might make me run. I had a note saying I wasnt allowed to run.

Then I walked outside.I helped Miss Wihongi. My job was to go and get all the age groups in the other classes.

I felt proud. I did a job for our school and Miss Wihongi.

Monday, 18 August 2014

Healthy us


     Yesterday we learnt about two things
  • Healthy Earth
  • Healthy you

Health Earth was about how our rubbish is making its way to the sea and killing animals like turtle, ,seals, birds and whales.

Healthy you is about seeing how much sugar are in our lunch box yesterday we learnt about how rubbish is move to the sea
  • my burger rings have less than >lg
  • my bluebird Rashuns have less than 120G
  • my tin teddy have less than 16.1G
  • my hundreds and thousands have less than 200G

Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Nelson Mandela


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We are learning about Nelson Mandela and how badly the black south Africans were treated.I thought i introduction really well made my writing link.Next time I would improve on...asking question and putting my hand...

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Nelson Mandela was Born in Mvezo on the 18th July 1918. His dad was a chief Nelson Mandela family was a Thimphu
Royalty.Nelson Mandela teacher name him Nelson because she could say Nelson Mandela real name.

Monday, 19 May 2014

Purpose: Describe a moment in time for the soldiers.
WALT : Describe what and how the ANZAC soldiers would have:
1- Seen, 2- Felt, 3-Heard, 4- Smelt onboard the ship as they waved    
                     goodbye to their loved ones on their way to WAR!

As I sat on the edge of the large, hard steel ship with my legs dangling limply over board I could see…….My children waving my wife crying.

I felt...nervous I had to go to war. I didn’t want to leave my family.
I could hear...children crying, my wife screaming painfully.

I could smell...smoke coming from the engin.

I was thinking… that l may not come back to New Zeland.

I could smell my wifes...perfume on my uinfrom its smelt like strawberrise.

By Lynette