Monday, November 30, 2015

Scene Description

           Success Criteria
  • Has strong adjectives
  • Different sentence beginnings
  • Different sentence lengths
  • A simile and/or alliteration
  • Has an introduction, body and conclusion
  • Thoughtful word choices
  • Your own goal:

Wow as I turned around I sore a beautiful island. The island was so beautiful because the sun was setting  I could not believe my eyes when I heard  the water splashing and the wind whooshing past my ear and all of the birds chirping and singing it was like a romantic move on the beautiful beach.Then this beautiful thing hit my eyes. There was a gorgeous tree standing right next to me.  It was so beautiful I did not want to leave this place but I had to and then the next year I was so excited  because  I went there again I lived happily ever after. 

The end  


Wednesday, November 11, 2015


RWC Starter

Task 1
Choose a country that is in the RWC. Try to pick a country that you do not know much about.

It must not be New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, France or England.

Write that country here: Tonga

Task 2
FInd out this information about your team.

World ranking:11th
Continent it is on:Continent map for tonga   Google Search.png
Captain of the team:  James cook
Team nickname:National team
A picture of the actual uniform

Task 3
Find out this information about this country

Picture of the flag:
National symbol:
National animal:Image result for tonga native animal
National food:Image result for tonga native food
Capital city of the country:Image result for tonga capital city , country
A map of the country:Image result for tonga map of the country

Tuesday, November 3, 2015


WALT practice athletic skills and share how to perform them.

Brainstorm words from the video and put in either column (Skills or Attitudes)
“Your attitude determines your altitude.”

Let's get ready
Let's have a try
Let’s have a go
Let’s be happy
Let’s be confident
Let’s have no fear
Let’s win this
Let’s show pride
Let’s do this
Let’s win this together

Brainstorm 20 questions from watching the video. Any questions that come to mind.

“There’s no such thing as a stupid question.”

Why / How / Where / What / When / Who
is / are / could / would / should / did / may / will / might / shall
Why do thay be confident?
How do they run?
What should they do befor running?
Where  would they tran?
When do they use their musil's?  
Who do they train with?
How do you get in?
Why do you do running?
How do you get energy?
when did this happen?
did anyone get hurt?
how can they run so fast?
how much do they eat a day?
what drinks do they take to get energy?
what if they have any allergies?
how much do the run a day?
how much do they win?
how much do they travill?
why do they compet?
what country do they come from?

Monday, October 26, 2015

we should use bikes more than cars


My goal:Writing simple and compound sentences correctly

Title: we should use bike more than cars.

We should use bike more than cars because you get more excerise on bikes. When
you use cars you get pollution and it won’t be good for the environment. sit back and enjoy my speech.

Argument 1
We should use bikes more than cars because  the smoke of the cars it bad for the  environment. The environment is so special to us because it helps us breath . The smoke from the cars  
is bad for the  environment because it spreads around New Zealand  and other countries.
The pollution is when unwanted chemicals, gasses, and particles enter the air and then
cause harm to the animals. I have proven to you that cars are bad for the environment.

Argument 2
Another reason why we should use bikes more than use cars is because using bikes can give your legs  muscles. When you get more exercise Your legs are important they need exercise and the muscles to and make your muscles more and more stronger. cars do not give you any exercise and energy like walking  and biking and you get fresh air. This is why we should use bikes more than cars.

Argument 3
My last reason why using  cars is so bad is because kids try and cross the road and cars come in out of nowhere and it can hit kids. Also there can be car crashes and slippery roads that can cross it and how many people speed in their cars and hit people. In 2010 375 people died on the road. Do you know that many people have died on the road over 1000 people.

Now you  should believe me we should use bikes more than cars. Now do you believe me we should use bikes more often than cars? Only a fool would still think we should use cars more often than bikes.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015


Our bottle took 5 and a quarter scoops of the measuring cup. It took us a lot of time and counting. It made   one cup and 1 quarter.

Monday, September 7, 2015

My Art

I am blogging this because.... I worked really hard and it is one of the best art I have ever blogged. 
                                                             Art work

This is my art that took for ages to work out what I had to do but I got there and it turned out alright. It was hard with the netball on the uniform. It took me like three different times to do it and what colour it was and the labels.     

Jamie Curry Questions

Reading Response 2

For your report or biography, there are probably some pieces of information missing.

Write down 5 questions to research, find the information and write it in the table next to it.

How old is Jamie Curry?
Is Jamie Curry the most famous teenager in New Zealand?
Did Jamie Curry get encouraged  at soccer one afternoon to make a facebook account?
Who is Jamie Curry?
Jamie Curry is a actor
What school does Jamie Curry go to?
Sacred Heart college
When did Jamie Curry become famous?
When she started a youtube account

Friday, August 28, 2015

Art plan

Art Plan
Name: Paige
Later in the term, the whole school is taking part in a visual arts exhibition. You will have to make your own piece of visual art.


Success Criteria of the art
  • No larger than A3
  • Must be super high quality (your absolute personal best)
  • Must be a type of visual art
  • Must be aesthetically pleasing (it has to look good)
  • It must challenge you (aim high)

There is an example of how to do Task 2 on the wall.

Task 1
Discuss with your learning buddy about all of the different types of visual art (there are lots!).
Write 3 of them below.
1. 3 D art
2.Pop out

Task 2- Your plan

Please insert a picture of what your completed art will look like. (It will be either: an image from the internet, a google drawing or a rough draft).

Write a list of materials you will need.
If a material is not in the classroom, include how you will get it.

I would need is rope, black pant,white pant, gold glitter,sissies and some glue.

Write a list of steps to take.
1 step You would need to make  the pitcher with the rope first and then cut it at the end that you will want it  the size that you want to be .

2 step Then you glue it on and hold it down until it dries up . You have to put the black paint on  everything and leave it to dry when it is dry you get the white pant and pant the labels on it and the name of the teams and then you leave it to dry.

3 step You put on the glitter around there the witte  parts of it.  

4 step My background is going to be is netball ball.