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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

RETURN KINDNESS.


We got gifts from Santa yesterday. The people who were giving gifts 
did not even know us.
But they were extending their kindness to us and were reaching out to people whom they did not know.
This also reminded me of saturday news.
 it said that a girl named Grace got killed in west Auckland when she was visiting New Zealand. I Feel sad because that man had no reason to kill her.

What makes me happy is that there are good people as well, like the ones who gave use Christmas gifts. I want to pay their kindness back.

I want to spread the message of christmas to everyone. Please be kind and helpful to all human beings because my teacher Mrs Sharma said what goes around come around. Like if you
 be kind to someone they will be kind to you.

I want to reach out to every
person I come across. I cannot give
them gifts because I do not earn
money. But I can be polite, kind, helpful and sharing.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

WALT: RETELL A STORY IN OUR WORDS.

WALT: RETELL A STORY
IN OUR WORDS.


Long long ago in Aotearoa
Ihenga wife called Ihengo
to get some food because
we have no food to eat.
So Ihenga and Kuri want
hunting for food.

Kuri and Ihenga went to
Rotoiti lake and kuri find a
kiwi ran by so he ran after
the kiwi and hunt the kiwi
down. And when Ihenga
came he saw lots of fish
so he kill some and he
brought all the kai to
the Village. THE END

KURI

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

NEW WORDS I HAVE LEARN TODAY IN MY READING.

hauling

hot and sweaty

groaned 

would rather be doing

beamed at

stomped

yanked

dropped open

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

All about me

HISTORY OF TELEPHONE IN THE OLDEN DAYS.

Telephone was first made in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.
Image result for telephone in the olden daysImage result for telephone.e in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.Telephone was first made in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.Telephone was first made in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.Telephone was first made in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.Telephone was first made in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.Telephone was first made in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.Telephone was first made in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.Telephone was first made in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.Telephone was first made in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.Telephone was first made in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.als to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.ound a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.Telephone was first made in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.Telephone was first made in 1876. The very first telephone has horseshoe-shaped magnet there are an electromagnet is wrapped around a different sort of magnet, called a permanent magnet, stronger. And the last one That I am talking about is a wire. Wire is attached to these two terminals to take electric  signals to and from another telephone.

SURVEY.

      SURVEY.
Today we  survey 20 people from the
Panmure mall and we ask them do you
know what Matariki is 14 people did not
know what matariki is and 6 know also
we Sword a teacher from a different
school even she didn't know what
matariki, was But i think we can
celebrate matariki by put decorations
and posters in the mall and shops.

Tivaevae.

A Tivaevae is something that is very important to the cookland people and also when they make a Tivaevae  they get the family together because it will take time. When the family will make a Tiaevae they make it with where love. They will Pass it to there sons and daughters and there sons and daughter will get it to there sons daughter and it will go on and on.


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HALLOWEEN.


THE HISTORY OF HALLOWEEN.
All Souls Day was celebrated similarly to Samhain, with big bonfires, parades, and dressing
up in costumes as saints, angels
and devils. The All Saints Day celebration was also called All-hallows or All-hallowmas (from Middle English Alholowmesse meaning All Saints’ Day) and the night before it, the traditional night of Samhain in the Celtic religion, began to be called All-Hallows Eve and, eventually, Halloween.


Halloween began as the festival of Samhain. It was part of the ancient Celtic religion in Britain and other parts of Europe. At the end of summer, the Celts thought the barrier between our world and the world of ghosts and spirits got really thin.


The children who say Trick or treat the children will trick you if you don’t give a Treat And Halloween is real but in new zealand it’s not.

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TONGAN LANGUAGE WEEK

Tongan Language Week


Last week was Tongan language week.
On Monday we had a school assembly
and we started off with the Tongan
National anthem and a hiva
(a Tongan song). The Tongan parents
were singing  with pride and the parents
felt emotional. Then,
Sofele’s dad, Mr. Fatai said
a prayer for a blessing to the
kids in our school. Next we
played the New Zealand National
anthem and then  two of the Kia
Manawanui came and talked to us
all about Tonga and in the end
Mr.Fatai came and said a pray
to end this assembly.
On Wednesday we had Tongan games at
lunchtime and there were four
different types of Tongan games
and it was fun. Friday was the
end the of the Tongan language
week. The classes were getting
ready and it was time for the
assembly. It started with the Tongan
 National anthem and next we sang
the New Zealand National anthem
and Mr. Fatai said a prayer to start.
Next Room 1 and Room 6 sung a Tongan
song and Room 8 showed us their
Tapa posters. We sung the happy birthday
song to two
birthday girls. It was Christine
from Rm 6 and Lily from Rm 6,
then we ended it with a Tongan prayer.
At lunchtime the whole school
had a Tongan feast! I had Pig,
potato salad and
sapa’sui.
The chocolate cake was delicious!!


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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGE.

TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGE.

“ Okey get into three or
four groups “ said Mr roy.
The people I had in my groups was Savannah
and christine the whole team had to make a
flag. Our flag was decorator with tongan
things we called it the tongan flag. When
we were done making our flag we had to make
a flag poles with a tape, string, ruler, newspaper
and scissors. So we had to find how to make our
flag poles Stand together I very very enjoy this
and our teacher Mr roy said to us “you had did great.”

Friday, September 14, 2018

Auckland Museum.

Auckland Museum


Yesterday we went to the Auckland
Museum. First we went on the bus
to go on the trip. When we got there
we sat down to eat our morning tea.
When we were finished  eating we
explored the origins room with my
class. After exploring the origins
room we got Split up in group and
explored more about the museum.
My group and I explored the volcanoes
and when we went inside this house
I was shaking and scared for What's
gonna Happen. There was this big
screen that showed lots of houses
and  a Road, cars and the sky, a
big volcano which was far away.
Next the Tv went on after 3 minutes.


It was talk about what is going on.
There is a volcano underwater in
Rangitoto Island at Auckland.
In fact people is getting ready for
the volcano to explode. And Wilder
 the TV was on a talk about how
people were feel the TV turned
off and on and on, the house was
shaking and where were lots of
smoke coming out of the volcano
and the lights were turn off and on
and I was Screaming and scared
at the same time.




After the Volcano room  my
group and I walked to the
Butterflies room and it was
fun we cruel  inside this things
that looked like a caterpillar and
there was a TV that was  talk all
about butterflies and we explored
the butterflies room for a little bit.
While we were inside the butterfly
room we were coloring  a butterfly
and make them come to life and
I like the butterfly room it was fun
and cool. My Favourite place to
be at the Museum is the room that
 have all culture things. It’s is my
favourite room because I can learn
more about my culture and I could
learn about other people's culture.

Monday, September 10, 2018

Tongan celebration.

Tongan Language Week


Last week was Tongan language week.
On Monday we had a school assembly
and we started off with the Tongan
National anthem and a hiva (a Tongan song).
The Tongan parents were singing  with pride
and the parents felt emotional.
Then, Sofele’s dad, Mr. Fatai said a
prayer for
a blessing to the kids in our school.
Next we played the New Zealand
National anthem and then  two of
the Kia Manawanui came and talked
to us all about Tonga and in the end
Mr.Fatai came and said a pray to end
this assembly.
On Wednesday we had Tongan games
at lunchtime and there were four
different types of Tongan games
and it was fun. Friday was the end the
of the Tongan language week. The classes
were getting ready and it was time for the
assembly. It started with the Tongan
 National anthem and next we sang the
New Zealand National anthem and
Mr. Fatai said a prayer to start.
Next Room 1 and Room 6 sung a
Tongan song and Room 8 showed us
their Tapa posters. We sung the
happy birthday song to two birthday girls.
It was Christine from Rm 6 and
Lily from Rm 6, then we ended
it with a Tongan prayer. At lunchtime
the whole school had a Tongan feast!
I had Pig, potato salad and sapa’sui.
The chocolate cake was delicious!!


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