Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Flip book with Mrs Raj

This morning my group Kiwi and I learnt how to make a flip book Mrs Raj on the learning carpet. It was fantastic watching Mrs Raj demonstrate the structure of a flip book. Thanks Mrs Raj for showing me how to make a flip book, it was realistic.

Beetle Inquiry

Common Name: Beetle
Scientific Name: Coleptera

Beetles have head, thorax, abdomen and six legs. Beetles normally live on land and freshwater around the world. The habitat is forest, land, grass. Some beetles can live and grow for long.
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Some beetles could live in trees. They could eat leaves. Beetles can not see very well at night. There is another one called fireflies and lightning bugs but they are beetle. They glow in the dark to communicate.  They fit in eggs, larvae, pupa and then adult.

Lost Backpacker

A hike is when you go for a long distanced walk across the country. The distance of the Tuapapakurua Falls Track is 11 km far and it takes 5 - 4hrs. The conditions could be found slippery / muddy followed by rain.

Before going on your walk you must find information about the track, pack sufficient supplies, know your limit and tell someone where you are going so they can raise the alarm if you don’t get back after 5-4 hr.

When you go on the hike you might find some beautiful and native species in their habitats and plants in a crowd like a bush. You also might find a great view of Mt Taranaki.

List of native Oregon plants

Thursday, 13 March 2014

Bio Poem - Danielle

Reader, Bright, Out-Going
Lover of technology, music, and family
Who wonders about the future
Who fears double rainbows,  people dieing,
and thinking too much
Who feels happy, different, and successful
Who is able to confuse anyone with the most
simplest sentence
Who would like to meet the rest of her family members,
explore foreign countries, and go to a concert
Who dreams to meet inspiring people

Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Students without hats.

This is an area graph showing you and the rest of the audience how many students didn't have hats during lunchtime and interval.
I found it very difficult trying to do a area graph.


 Today I learnt to present my data as a line graph and a area graph.
It was based on the temperature.
I had fun.

Bio Poem

Kind, hardworking, unique
Lover of Reggae music, cute dogs, delicious food
Who wonders if you mind read what people are thinking
Who fears a family member passing away
Who feels euphoric on a trip to Australia
Who is able to teach others unique magic tricks
Who would like to speak another language, go to Rarotonga, travel the world
Who dreams to get a good education to be able to get a fantastic job
Independent worker.

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Thursday, 6 March 2014

Fruit Graphs

This period I learnt how to create different kinds of graphs.
When I was taking a look at the graphs I saw that more students like to eat Mango rather than any of the fruit.
I thought that the Pie graph is more useful than the Bar graph because it shows more details.