Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Friday, 18 September 2020

Tuvalu Experience


Today was a special day because we had special guests come over. First we learnt about facts and clothing about Tuvalu. Tuvalu is the fourth smallest country on earth. Also the population of that country is about 11,000. 

Second we learnt about a myth called Sina and Tinilau. It is when a girl who begs for dad to make her something made out of the most beautiful flowers on the island. Last we learnt about a dance, it was just a fun dance and it was a amazing experience.

Thursday, 17 September 2020

Volumetric Problem

 Walt: We are learning to calculate the volume of a cuboid    

Task Description:
for this task we made a cube made out of paper which we had to calculate what is the volume and my volume was 507cm

Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Kei te pehea te ahua o te rangi?

Walt: ask and answer questions about what things are. 

Task Description: 
For this task we had to remember the maori words and put it in a sentences. Thank you Ms Tipene for the work. 

Monday, 14 September 2020

Maori Language Celebration

 At 12 pm we stood up and sang a waiata and all of us did it. We do this because in 1840 in the Treaty, they were promise to keep Maori but no one did it. So in 1972 30,000 people signed a paper which was called a petition and so from on we learn Te Reo Maori.