Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Samoan Language Week

This week is Samoan language week. To celebrate Samoan language week we made a DLO of the Samoan months of the year. I learnt many different words that are in the Samoan culture and really enjoyed learning the Samoan months of the year.  

Samoan language week

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Mathematical me

Me and jericho have been using a piece of string to find out true or false facts.
We had to compare the measurement we got from one body part and another one to see if it was the same.
There was only 1 that was successful and the rest were failures.

Age problem

Today me Affonso and jericho have been working on a DLO that explains how to solve this question. 
Malcolm was 3 times the age of

Peter but was 4 years younger than Jack. Jack was 10 years older than craig, who was 4 times the age of Richard, Richard is 15. How old is everyone else? These were the answers we came up with.

Thursday, 17 May 2018

Kiwi can - Reflection

For this weeks kiwi Can  our topic was about the consequences are for doing something bad and making the right choices. We learnt what the consequences are  for different situations like drink driving or stealing. our energizer for today was a game called clap we had to clap every time our Kiwi Can teacher puts his finger on his palm we have to clap it gets very tricky because he would fake it and most of us would clap. 

Monday, 14 May 2018

skeletal system game

For today we played a game about skeletal systems we had to put the skeleton together. The game counts how much attempts you got for trying to put the skeleton together I got 27 attempts you have to try get 26 attempts because there is 26 skeleton parts that you have to put together. I thought this game was awesome because I also learnt most of the skeleton parts and now I know were most of the skeleton parts go.

Friday, 11 May 2018


Today for reading we have been learning about Homonym's. Homonym means that some words may sound
the same but they have a different meaning. Here's an example palm as a tree and the palm on your hand. Homonyms are mostly used in poems and in other kids stories. Our task was that we needed to to find the definition of the word homonyms and find some examples of homonyms. Our examples are bat and bow