Friday, 28 July 2017

On The Move

Where is it from?
North America
Where does it migrate to?
600 kilometres North
What times of the year does it migrate?
Every year

Other interesting facts: (please list at least 4):

  1. Many animals migrate not all kind of animals migrate.
  2. Most of the time migration means moving in a long distant.
  3. Animal can migrate to different kind of country or migrate around the word.
  4. Migration also happen at any time.
  5. Animal migrate for many reasons.
  6. Other animals migrate sometimes for food.
  7. They also migrate so that they can have a baby in a safe place.
  8. It doesn't matter if animals migrate in the water, on land, or even in the sky.
  9. They migrate 4800 kilometres.
  10. Some animal migrate for 5000 kilometre.
  11. Some  animals also migrate for 14,000 - 18,000 kilometre.

Immersion Assembly Recount

We went to the hall to learn about our new topic for school. We went there At the first day of school. We did our assembly in the hall. And we walked to get to the hall and we were there first to.

Once the whole school was in the hall Mrs.Nua turned off the light’s. We looked up and there were a lot of stars in the roof. Later Mr. Somerville flew his UFO and  Mr.Somerville and Mr.Jacobsen were acting like there was a alien in the UFO. The UFO landed and two big alien came on the stage. During that, Mr.Somerville and Mr,Jacobsen came on the stage as fast as they can they also came with their lightsaber and chopped the two aliens in half.

Next it was time to see what we are learning about in class. The first team was team one. What team one’s video was telling us was how they flew with there car to outer space. They also sang a song about what planet they flew to. Later on it was team, two’s turn to tell us what they are going to be  learning about this term. In there video Mrs.Gaston was singing a song about outer space. The other teacher were dancing to the song.

Finally it was team 3 my team. We were learning space but mainly planets. Our video was about days in our lives which also mean times in our live.Team 3 are also looking at the 4 seasons like summer, winter, ortim, and also sring.  Next it was Team 4’s turn to show us what they are learning. They're video was about how they flew in a rocket ship and blew up. I like teams four’s video.

In the end it was team five’s but they didn’t do a video they were singing a song but the beat was Moana the song was about the planets from outer space. It was so funny how the teachers were dancing.

Monday, 17 July 2017

My flag

So the blue represent Samoa and the red represent Tonga and also the white represent my mums them for her funeral and the black represents the All Blacks 

Non-wild animals

An average of 27 kiwi are killed by predators EVERY WEEK. That’s a population decline of around 1,400 kiwi every year (or 2%). At this rate, kiwi may disappear from the mainland in our lifetime. Just one hundred years ago, kiwi numbered in the millions.
A single roaming dog can wipe out an entire kiwi population in a matter of days
Approximately 20% of the kiwi population is under management.
The kakapo (Strigops habroptila) is a Critically Endangered, giant, nocturnal parrot. It is a classic example of evolution on an isolated island, and has a number of characteristic features that make this species unique. The kakapo is the only member of the subfamily Strigopinae and is the only flightless parrot in the world. It is also the heaviest parrot known and is possibly the longest-lived; the oldest known kakapo was elderly when found in 1975 and was still alive in 2002.
Those were the only two animals that I thought that wasn't wild animals 

Wild Animals

Wild Animals

Pekapeka Bats,

The only two species left are the lesser short-tailed bat and long-tailed bat. They are the only native land mammal of New Zealand.

Hector's Dolphin,

Hector’s dolphins are the world’s smallest dolphin species. They are named after Sir James Hector, who first examined a dolphin specimen. 

Kea Parrot,

Kea are the only alpine parrot in the world and are most commonly found in the Arthur's Pass National Park  and on the road to Milford Sound in the Fiordland National Park. Warning: these cheeky parrots like dismantling cars.

Hamilton's Frog,

A fun fact: Hamilton’s frogs do not croak.

Yellow-Eyes Penguins,

Yellow-eyed penguins are found around the south east of New Zealand, Banks Peninsula and Stewart Island.

Chevron Skink Lizards,

These lizards are only found on the Great Barrier Island and Little Barrier Island

Little Blue Penguins,

Little blue penguins are not completely unique to New Zealand, but New Zealand sure has the most amount waddling on the southern coastlines and off-shore islands. 

Fur Seal,

Although fur seals tend to stick to the coast, they have been known to wander into people’s backyards.


Tuataras are the only surviving reptile species from the dinosaur era.

Maui Dolphin,

This is just a subspecies of Hector’s Dolphin. Honestly, who doesn’t want more pictures of dolphins?

Thursday, 13 July 2017

Favourite activity

My first favourite activity was the sailing bit it was so cool it made me feel that I wanted to go ask my Dad if I go sale. My second favourite activity was how we could explore the beach it was so fun when I explore the beach with my family. My third favourite activity was how I can spend days exploring the cosmopolitan streets and bays of Auckland, but its main attraction is found beyond the city limits. Now my second to last favourite activity is how Auckland's rugged coastline with dramatic cliffs and that rolling down the hills is simply stunning. Last but not lest my last favourite activity is driving to the native rain forest of the Waitakere Ranges to enjoy a treetop walk and see more of New Zealand's unique flora and fauna. Thanks for reading this

Monday, 10 July 2017

New Zealand

The patchwork history of Maori, European, Pacific  Island and Asian cultures, New Zealand has become a melting-pot population - but one with some uniting features that make it unique in the world.
Today, of the 4.4 million New Zealanders (informally know as Kiwi), approximately 69% are of European descent, 14.6% are indigenous Māori, 9.2% Asian and 6.9% non-Māori Pacific Islanders.
Geographically, over three-quarters of the population live in the North Island, with one-third of the total population living in Auckland. The other main cities of Wellington, Christchurch and Hamilton are where the majority of the remaining Kiwis dwell. 


On Saturday I went to the Matareke I went there with my two cousin and my two sister and there friend. We went there two times and it was so much fun. When we got there we walked in this kind of maze full of lights but it was full of mud but it was still fun. We saw different kinds of things there we saw animals and hug sign that said matareke on it it was covered with lights. Then we went back home. Fun night ever

Friday, 7 July 2017

Last Day Of School

Today was our last day of school. Today The Pav had a shared lunch and we also watched a movie called the pas afire it was a really cool movie. While the movie was on Mrs.Moala and Mr.Moran were cleaning the classroom for next term. Then Mr.Moran stopped the movie and said ''to go in a big circle''!. Once we finished getting in a circle Tea came with the chips. Then Mr.Moran picked names so they can get bread and chips. While we were eating Mrs.Moala gave us a mike or a fruit. After we finished our first chips and bread we had second. Then it was lunch time after we had lunch we finished off the movie pas afire. Then cleaned up more. Then we went to the hall for assembly, finally we said happy holiday to the school. Then we went and hugged Mrs.Moala and Mr.Moran. Then we went back home.The End

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Maori kite advice

Hi guys this is our reading assignment hope you like it. It is called Maori kit advice so we had to advice to people Bye!