Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Daffodil day

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.

Friday, 22 August 2014

why I like my Chromebook.                         

I am going to tell you ‘why I like my chromebook’.

I like my Chromebook because… you can travel by using google maps with it you can learn with it you can play games with it you can research with it you can make documents with it you can make your own folders

It’s helped my learning by… helps you type more faster and it helps you if you get a word and a name wrong with a Dictionary.

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Cross Country - 2014

It was a rainy wet, cold and muddy day… But we didn't care. Its Our Cross Country.

I felt nervous when the other ages started.

I felt dehydrated running around the block. I felt like a big glass of water.

I saw Jaecib, Jordan and his dad running and I saw my friends.

When I finished I did awesome.

I did awesome even though I came 11th.

Friday, 8 August 2014

Healthy us!

Yesterday we learnt two things.

  • Healthy Earth
  • Healthy you.

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

Healthy you is about how much sugar that is in your food here is my lunchbox
Tiny teddies has 6.7g of sugar
Jelly has 13g of sugar
Nutella sandwiches has 14g of sugar

I have 33.7g in my lunch.


Ko Ngatokimatawhaorua te Waka
Ko Puhangatohora te Maunga
Ko Mangatawa te Awa
Ko Ngapuhi te Iwi
Ko Ngaitu Ki Otaua te Hapu
Ko Tapairu raua ko Whatu toku matua
Ko Pouri toku Ingoa
No Otaua Ahau.