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Thursday, 7 July 2016

Reading Response Journal


Title: rugby with a jandel


Author: by janet pereira

Today I read about is a boy playing rugby at new zealand


I feel happy about what I read today because  he scored his first try and he always wins the rugby game

My favourite character was the boy because he wins every game

I would feel happy if the same thing that happened to my character, happened to me because
I also win every game to

I think if the author decided to write another part to this story this is what will happen i thnik
no

Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Title
The old woman who loved to read

My favorite character is the old woman who loved to read
Because she saved the animals
At the start of the story she racked the grass
At the middle of the story  she picked pears
At the end of the story she fell asleep

Monday, 4 July 2016

We played mary had a little
Lamb
The tune was
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Friday, 1 July 2016

ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS A BOY HE WANTED TO GO TO SPACE AND HE LIKED ALWAYS HAD LOVED SPACE HE WANTED TO MEET ALIENS
AND HIS NAME WAS JACK AND HE LOVES ROCKETS AND HE WISHED HE HAD ONE FOR HIMSELF AND HE WOULD
Goal:
How to make a purerehua

You will need:
Cardboard
A pencil
A cup to draw around
Scissors
Felt pens
Glue
GlittWool or stringer
A nail
Title. Taonga puoro
author . tamahou temara
Today i read about a woman and she like to play the te papa
My favorite character was richard nunns
Problem
They play nearly everyday
Setting
They like to play and carve
tion Solu
They love it
Boom laka laka
Their car was making strange sounds   
Out came the spanner
Mum said i don't now what's wrong with the car
1. It has 6 strings. It has a hole in the middle.
2. You pot your finger 0n a string and it sounds so cool you can use a pick
Its fun its cool
They go in bands it goes to famous people        


SUP BRO

Thursday, 30 June 2016

1.ou will need.

A square cake tin
5 rubber bands
Around the cake tin
A piece of cardboard
5 soft drink caps.

1.measure and cut out a rectangular piece of cardboard . it should be slightly wider than the cake tin and it should cover about half the length of the tin .


2.lay the piece of cardboard over one end of the tin , and stretch the rubber bands lengthwise around the tin . space theme evenly across the cardbord Y
You will need

A square cake tin
5 rubber bands
Around the cake tin
A piece of cardboard
5 soft drink caps
We used a cake tin and all you use is a cake tin lids and rubber bands

Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Thursday, 23 June 2016

Storyboard
He wanted to make a house for rosie

Setting
The mum did not realize what cool colors

Resolution

The mum took the window back

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Walt different
Volume and pitch our ears can hear different sounds sounds can be louder softer higher bigger vibration the larger the sound blow pluck our scrape

60-30=309-30=2121+3=24

400+100=500

90+20=110

110+500=610

7+8=15

15+610=625
Goal:
How to make a purerehua

You will need:
Cardboard
A pencil
A cup to draw around
Scissors
Felt pens
Glue
GlittWool or stringer
A nail
Title. Taonga puoro
author . tamahou temara
Today i read about a woman and she like to play the te papa
My favorite character was richard nunns
Problem
They play nearly everyday
Setting
They like to play and carve
tion Solu
They love it
One day Kevin was looked at his dad and he tired around and he tired back at his dad and Kevin's dad was gone and the next day everyone was asking for Kevin's dad then the next day he had to go to court because know one believed him then two days later he had to go to prison and then one day later Kevin's dad arrived and Kevin got out of prison and then they were happy they lived happily ever after

Friday, 17 June 2016


Noho oar Mai.
Stay/keep well.
noho rā.
Stay well (Goodbye).
Use this farewell when you are the person leaving.
(Compare ‘haere rā’)

Noho ora mai.
Stay/keep well.E

Monday, 13 June 2016

Friday, 10 June 2016

Kauri trees
Are getting chopped down
Respect
It will
Die
It
Eats on water
Better keep on the track
And keep on spraying your shoes
Keep on looking after them
Drink bottles aren’t  allowed
Eat before you see
See them after you drink or eat
Eat and see

Wednesday, 8 June 2016


  1. Cut a circle
  2. Decorate it
  3. Pock a hole in the middle
  4. Pool the loop of wool through
  5. Spin the circle around
  6. Make two holes
  7. Thread the wool
  8. Listen to your pure