For this task we had to read a article about new years celebrations around the world. We had to add the month, season, interesting ways of celebrating the new years of these countries and their flags. Their were countries names already their, This task was easy and fast to finish.
For reading today we had to do word pyramids to help us with our vocabulary. We only had to do six words, the pyramids has the definitions, synonyms and we have to write our own sentences.
For our maths talk today we learnt how to interpret relationships from graphs. We had to find the reflection and the co- ordiants. I found this math task easy to understand.
Today Friday 20th if July we played a little bit of booklet. Blooket is like kahoot but better, we could pick different game modes. My buddy was Moe because I was lazy to get my chromebook and we came first. Then we played password is, Password is a game where you describe the word to the person whos sitting down and they will try to guess the password.
For the past few days we were learning about Matariki. One of our tasks is to write poems about different stars. We had to pick three senses and stars that are related to Matariki. My three stars are Ururangi, Waipuna a rangi and last but not least Waita. It took me three days to complete. It was a little confusing remembering what star represents which. Also my three senses are felt, heard and my favourite taste.
For this task we had to go on google maps and find the locations that was on the list. For the last four we had to pick our own choices one of them is the Auckland war museum .
For Kelly sports we did some activities on tackling and passing. Our coaches were Dion and Trey. One of the warm ups were ball rush that was so hard because we had to do it on our knees. My knees were numb, sore. I was crying inside because of the pain. To be honest I didn’t participate in some activities since it involved tackling and it’ll be embarrassing just lying there. Also this morning we went to room 11 for paepae. Whakatauki for today is tama tu tama ora, tama noho tama mate which means in English. He who stands, lives He who sits, perishes Which means he who stands lives, he who sits, perishes.
For this task we had to search the instruments around the world.
For maths we were creating graphs.
This is my writing about the new beginning. Its about a mother who moved to a odd town in the middle of nowhere with her two children