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Friday, 21 July 2017

what i learnt in winter learning journey

Well I learnt a lot of new things like
  • Laura Dekker
  • Possums
  • Hector's Dolphins
  • Whale Rider
  • Farewell Spit
  • Otago Rail trail
  • And lots more!
My favourite part about this trip was learning about my beautiful country. I now know more about NZ. Other than that I enjoyed the activities. Hopefully when I go back to school I am a little smarter.
I'll also like to thank those who commented on my blog and to Rachel for organising this.

reading is relaxing

I also love reading so here I am reading too even though you can't see my face. I am still reading, reading is fun and very good for your learning.

keep NZ clean

Well the first thing that came to my mind was to have a bunch of pictures that look like this
Image result for filthy rubbish 
and next to it saying "Do you want our neighbourhood to look like this?".
Next I would get some chalk and draw fishes or turtles around the drains that would say something like "Stop feeding me trash". This idea actually came from my teacher because at the time we were learning about Water Pollution and we decided to draw fishes saying "Help" or " Respect the ocean ".
Lastly I would advertise about how important NZ is and that we have to keep it clean. 
Image result for keep new zealand beautiful

Thursday, 20 July 2017

world cup

So I chose #2 has the best one because they were very fierce and in sync.   
And #1 because it was short but also loud
Lastly I chose #3 as my last option because they looked a bit messy and they weren't in sync

Matariki activate

1) There will be a kapa haka performance by 500 Māori elders
2) Secondly there will be a ritual
3) Lastly  Mātauranga Māori knowledge and science panel discussion  will be held

poem for Aotearoa

I wanna explore this place even more
I'm so excited I can barely touch the floor
I feel kinda afraid
But lucky me, I got a spade
Life on here would be pretty great

Now all I need is a mate .



facts about Valerie Adams

Valerie Adams is one of the most famous athletes in New Zealand.

because she is amazing in shot put when she does shot put she throughs it as far as any one else could through in shot put.

She was born in
 Rotorua.

Valerie Adams was born on 6 October 1984 she now is 32 years old. 

Valerie Adams is Tongan and Maori,  just like me

she is a very good shot put player she might be the best out of the New Zealand