Tuesday, 11 April 2017
We went to creative space every Thursday we worked on a Animation of us picking up rubbish and putting
it in the bin. The environment is putting the rubbish in the bin so the reserve gets clean we also like to be silly. We are learning about Te Tiao o Tamiki which means the environment of Tamiki.
The fish are farmed in a big cage under the ocean in the middle of nowhere they are safe in their cage so they can't get eaten by sharks or other big sea creatures that eat fish that is why we put them in cages under the ocean so they can't get hurt or killed.
Article by kauri
Friday, 7 April 2017
On Monday it was swimming lessons i was so e about swimming so at at 12.30 Mr Moran maths class was getting change and then after that Mr Moran maths class walked to the glen nines pools then we had to have a shower so that the dirty stuff doesn't go in the pool. And then we put the people in the groups. And i was in jeds group and other people are in Jesse group and other people were with cat the best est group was Jed's because he doesn't have the platform at the front and the platform at the back is the fairest and some people can't swim so when we get to go swimming they are going to learn how to swim.
Thursday, 6 April 2017
The world’s smallest dragon is an amazing creature, it is so tiny that it sits on only two fingers of a human hand. if it was big it can eat you but it is small so you can use it as a pet. It is very hairy at the back of its neck and it had smoke coming out of its nose. Caring for this creature is a challenging task and should not be taken on without serious thought. If someone dropped the Dragon and it didn't know how to fly it can fall that is why we need to care about it. This Dragon could be young so we want it to be living until it dies. We need to have the world's tiniest dragon because if a big dragon comes we can use the tiny dragon like it is a baby.