Friday, 7 December 2018

The Creepy House

The Creepy House                                                                              Once there was girl name maya she was 12 year old and she had 1 sister her name was mary and 2 bother name sam and red but there was other sister name amelia but
She die when her dad so they mover other house when Stop it so so old and scary so the get out and get there Bag
and inside the old house it was so find so maya went in her room it was like old and old doll so she put her bag in the room and seen something  mover in the doll she run to her
Mom and cry talking to her but her mom just go back to room and stop crying so went to sister room and sleep in there with her sister when next day she and sister woke up
And went to eat go to school when other went to her class
She had someone to her and her was jane she help her to look for her class then show her the class and then she find it she went to her class she went sie down in her sis she sie
With boy the boy say hi to her and the boy say his name to her. His name tom when it was home time she went home
Then her mom die The End.

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Thursday, 6 December 2018

 All about me
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My favorite shoes is
Nike and vans and l
Like to go to the mall
And my favorite food
To ice cream     

In school i like to learning in math and reading

Hi my is amelia and am 12 year old i really like to play netball and volleyball
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Tuesday, 25 September 2018


 Friendship Poems

Friendship is one of life's greatest treasures. Friends that are loyal are always there to make you laugh when you are down, they are not afraid to help you avoid mistakes and they look out for your best interest. This kind of friend can be hard to find, but they offer a friendship that will last a lifetime. Other friends may not be quite as loving. The pain caused by a friendship marred by betrayal is not easy to overcome. In fact, many poems find their inspiration from the joy brought about by a loving friendship or the pain caused by a failed friendship.


Nature Poems

Whether one is watching a thrilling thunderstorm or looking up at a mighty tree, the experience of nature is one of awe. One cannot help but marvel at the intricate design of a single leaf, or the roar of a great waterfall. Time spent in nature is time spent realizing that you don't know it all and that you never will. The earth is meant to be enjoyed by its inhabitants. That includes keeping it in the pristine condition in which it was discovered. Everyone has a part of the earth that they relate to the most. Whether it is a majestic mountain range, a roaring waterfall, a bouquet of flowers, or the calm of the woods, these are places to get to know oneself and build bonds with family.

Tuesday, 6 March 2018


Tongan handicrafts
Mat Weaving - The mats are hand woven from strips of pandanus leaves. They are using the mats for special occasions such as births, deaths, and weddings. Woven mats are commonly  used for bedding and flooring and they are often passed down from generation to generation. In death, Tongans are wrapped in mats as a sign of respect and they are also dressed in black.

Tongan Foods
Food in daily life - our Tongan foods are root crops. They are cassava, kumara, taro , yam, giant taros etc . All root crops are cooked by boiling water or by underground oven (a Umu) and is usually sauced with Coconut cream.  Tonga also have their own leaf foods which are taro leaves (lu) and Tongan spinach (Pele). Tongan meats are free range chicken (Moa Tonga), Free range pigs (puaka) and Pacific pigeon. Tongan food is made up of foods from the land and the sea and they are also hunters and gatherers of land and sea.

Tongan dance
Our tongan dances are stories sung by singers and acted out by the dancers.  The words are represented by the movements of the hands and feet. A punake is a combination poet, composer and a choreographer, who writes the songs then trains and leads the performers.
Standing girls perform the ula. Unlike these, the kalao or wardance, was has no  accompanying song . The stamping feet, shouts of the leader, and rhythm of the drums combine to make this dance popular amongst visitors.

Monday, 19 February 2018


Story: Why do we call them gumboots?
WALT - find information form the text
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What are gumboots?    
Gumboots are types of shoes and they were made about two hundred years ago.

Why are they called gumboots?
They’re called gumboots because they are made from the gum of the rubber  tree.

Who have you seen wearing gumboots?
Famers  and people wear  them in the rain.

Why are gumboots useful?
People wear them in the rain so they won’t get wet and some people uses them at work for safety reasons.

Where do you buy gumboots from?
The Warehouse.

Are gumboots only black in colour?
Yes they were but some are now made of plastic so they come in any colour.

Research how much gumboots are and insert the link for the shop to buy them from. Try and look around several shops.

Create activity
Using the information from the stores you find in your research, create an advertisement for a newspaper for gumboots.
Who is the author of the story?  Janet Pates
Is this story fiction (made up) or nonfiction (true)?

Who drew the pictures in the story?
Didn’t say who the illustrator was.

What other visual (pictures) do you see which helps you understand the story?
At Easter they hold a gumboot festival.

Using Google maps find where Taihape is in New Zealand, take a screenshot and insert it in the google doc.

What is held at Taihape every year?

What happens at the festival?

What were gumboots called in England?

Create activity
Design your own gumboots. You can use your netbook or paper.
Spelling (learn to spell these words and have your teacher)
New Zealand
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