Today we made a animal with a lots of adaptations these are some of them:
Red spitting cobra hood - Your red spitting cobra hood is spread open because that makes you look bigger and more threatening. That'll help you scare off other bully animals.
Polar bear ears -It gets cold in the Arctic (down to 35Â°F below). For warmth, your polar bear ears are small and covered in furâ€”even on the inside. When diving, the ears close to keep cold water out.
Eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly proboscis - Your eastern tiger swallowtail proboscis is a long, flexible "tongue." It uncoils to sip food and coils up again when not in use.
Siberian tiger paws - It's no fun getting stuck in the snow. That's why your Siberian tiger paws are extra large. They work just like snowshoes and prevent you from sinking.
Indian ornamental tarantula legs - Danger! Danger! The bright yellow markings on your Indian ornamental tarantula legs are a warning. They're meant to tell attackers to stay away. You're venomous!
Rodrigues bat wings - Your Rodrigues bat wings are very different from bird wings. Bird wings are made like human arm bones. But your bat wings are more like really long fingers. Creepy long fingers!
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Thursday, October 19, 2017
There were seagulls swooshing in the water hoping to find some fish to gobble.In the distance there were a few tiny Islands.There were trees hanging over the sand order smallest to biggest.Shiny water crashed on to the mountain.The sand was covered with colorful seashells that were in different shapes and sizes.
A rotten shellfish smell is very very smelly.Aroma of the fish and chips filled attracted the seagulls.Salty seawater smell filled my nose and the sunscreen smelled terrible.Seashell smell went into my nose.
Persistent waves rushed between my toes in the shallows.Radiation of the sun radiated on the sand and made it hot. A breeze blows on my face and lifted the burning hot sand up.Soft sand went between my toes and leafs that came from trees were on the sand.
Going to the beach is the best thing to do in the holidays because you can swim in the water.How do you feel at the beach.
I am proud because I started my sentences in different ways.
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Where am I ???
As I went through the doors It was all silent . There were people walking around but not talking. There were computers everywhere.There were a lots of shelves and chairs were very soft.I saw people reading chapter , fiction , nonfiction and short books.
Where am I comment down below .
Thursday, August 3, 2017
Three Way Conferences - Thinking Hats for Year 4-6
What are the facts about school? What concepts have you learned about? What have you been involved in?
Share a piece of work that you are proud of. Talk about the process of creating it. What new skills did you learn? What have you done well?
What is an area that you need to improve in? Share a piece of work that you found challenging. What do you need to do to improve? Do you need some help?
Reading Age: 8-9yrs
Writing Level:level 2
Maths strategy stage:E5
Maths knowledge stage: 5
Inquiry Topics:Taonga , Functions
Work I will share:
I learned how to make happy faces biscuits.I think I did good in making a happy face
I will share: Cooperating in a group properly . When we were making a game. I need some help in writing.
What are your feelings about your learning? What makes you happy at school? Is there anything that worries you?
What are your thoughts about your learning? How are you doing overall?
So what now? Create some goals with your teacher and your parents. Is there something your teacher or you parents can help with? (these could be started at your three way conference and finished later).
My feelings about my learning is good. Making stuff makes me happy in school.
My presentation of my work.
My Strengths: Reading ,playing soccer, touch and cricket, maths , hockey and Enquiry
My Challenges: Writing skipping Maori
By … I will have..Recognising when to use my x and division facts.