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Thursday, 22 June 2017

WALT:write observations using adjectives

We made observations using the Science trolley. 
We used the visualiser to zoom in on bugs and rocks to get a detailed picture.
Here are my observations.

•The dead moth has huge wings.
And a fury body and long body.
•On its wings it looked like it had eyes on its wings but it doesn't.
•The colour of the moth is grey.

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

WALT:write our observations

Today Mrs Wallace brought in some volcanic and beach rocks from whangnui and we looked at them so we can make observations in class.

First we sat in a circle discussing which one was from the beach and from the volcano. There was three from the volcano and six from the beach.
Next we talked about which one was heavy and light and the white one was the lightest one and it smelt like bubble gum.
Last we categorised them into beach and volcano.The volcanic rocks were basalt and some of the beach rocks had fossils.
It was fun because i haven't seen a very dark rock.

Monday, 15 May 2017

express an idea or opinion,supported with evidents

15.5.2017

I think we shouldn't have smart phones in class
smart phones are distracting in class
when listening to music with headphones.
you can't hear the teacher.
smart phones can be broken.
when you drop your phone on the concret and there really expensive.
smart phones can cause fights
by people saying its theirs but its not theirs.
and that's why i don't think you can have smart phones at school.

Friday, 5 May 2017

WALT create a rewindable learning resource to help us pronounce words in te reo





Make a copy: go to file, click on make a copy.


Rename it: put your name in the title.


Put it in your te reo folder.


Use audioboom to record yourself saying the maori word for each picture.