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Friday, 29 July 2016

-Cross Country Warm Ups-

We got Warm Ups for our topic.
Yesterday we discovered that warm ups are important so you don't pull a muscle.
Here are some few facts.


Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Paua

For reading we are learning about the importance of MAKING CONNECTIONS!
Making Connections helps us to link what we already know about the topic to the text...
Topic: Paua
😄 Text-to-Self connections… Connections to your own life experiences: Sweet Yummy Slimy Rocks Paua n Cream Diving Chewy Colorful shell Coast Ocean Strong shell Delicious

Books, Library, EducationText-to- text connections to other books or movies: Black gold Abalone wars (70 sky)kai time Life (living channel) love nature (sky) marae kai masters my kitchen rules cams kai Animal channel
Free stock photo: World, Text-to--world… Connections to what you know about the world or your community. NZ called paua rest of the world Abalone coastlines eat them in all countries limit quota protect for the future Illegal to dive dive for with bottles Better,bigger and more in colder rougher waters.

Thursday, 14 April 2016

Cooking

13.4.16


WALT: Retell a past event.
WILF: Correct sequence of events.


“No school work today, we're cooking” Miss Wihongi replied happily. Woo Hoo I thought to myself, we’re cooking again.“Keishana” Miss Wihongi Called. I dashed quickly to the back of the class and shoved the grippy blue latex gloves, on. I snatched a sharp yellow potato peeler from the stack of peelers. I held my juicy red firm apple in my other hand. I began to peel. Yay all the skin is off. I dashed to chop my apple into halves and quarters. I Began to slice it thinly. I slid my mound of apples into the big bulky pot. It’s ready to stew. Off to the staff room we rushed. I mixed the sugar and butter together. Then flour. It looked like dirty looking bread crumbs. I sprinkled bread crumbs on the top of the stewed apples. I slid the two trays into the hot blazing oven. It smelt like buttery popcorn. I peered into the super sizzling hot oven. The bubbles reminded me of Ngawha springs. “It’s ready whanau haere mai ki te kai” shouted Miss Wihongi excitedly. I sprinted to grab a humongous bowl. I waited for everyone else. I hungrily scooped a massive mouthful. Yay ya I thought. What a awesome day.