Friday, 28 March 2014

Aysha Hansel and Gretel's Journey

Success Criteria:
I have drawn the path that Hansel and Gretel may have followed from their house to the witch’s house.

Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Top Town

 The year  Five's and Six's are playing top town.
 We had to  fill water in the water balloon.

Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Year Five and Six Camp 2014

You will never guess what is happening this week?At pt england school the year Five’s and year Six’sare going on camp.I can not wait to play GET LOST.                                                                           

Identifying Fractions

Vocabulary - Pohutukawa JJ45

Friday, 7 March 2014


WALT: Use clues in text, along with prior knowledge to help comprehension.
1. Who is the pohutukawa important to?
The maori
2. Why do people think of it as the New Zealand Christmas tree?
that is when the flowers bloom
3. What makes the pohutukawa special?
it is a habitat and food for many creatures.     
4. Explain what nectar is.
it is a polen that the bees use to make honey
5. How have pohutukawa trees been used in the past?
as wood,paddles,tools and weapons.
6. What is project crimson and why do you think it was named this?
people how plant trees. the trees dry up.
Early Finishers: In sumo paint draw your version of New Zealand’s Christmas tree and post your blog with a few facts about Pohutukawa.

10, 100 or 1000 more or less

Life Cycle of A Frog

Do you know what a life cycle of a frog is?
Well you have come to the right place.

A frog’s life cycle start’s off when it is a egg. and it then push it way out of the sticky jelly.

When the frog is a tadpole it has a tail and back legs.The tadpole has predators. The tadpole hide from it’s predators.

A froglet grows two front legs and the gills and the tail begin to disappear.

When the gills and tail disappears the frog grow’s lungs. When it is an adult Frog it has to find a mate then have egg’s then the life cycle starts all over.