Thursday, 29 October 2015

Line shoot

This is my line shoot score it was hard because it was confessing witch was witch i got 24 hit and 1 miss  my score is 96.

Thursday, 22 October 2015

Matching Parts of a book

Matching Parts of a Book

L.I. Know the different parts of non-fiction books

Each part of a book has a special name which you need to be a familiar with.
1. For each description below find the matching term in the box.
2. Write in the correct term in the space provided.

Index  = Alphabetical list of all the topics in a book with the page number where the information can be found.

End papers = The first and last pages of a book.

Illustrated  = The person who prepared or drew the pictures.

Introduction = Information about the book found at the beginning of a book.

Dedaction= Words about a special person found at the front of a book.

Author= The person who wrote the book.

Glossary=  List of special words used in the book with their correct meanings.

Spine = The flat narrow outside strip of the book.

Publisher= The company who made the book.

Corer= The outside of the book.

Spine label= The label which identifies the book on the shelf.

Bibliography = A list of more books on the same subject.

contents = A list of the titles of the chapters.

Friday, 16 October 2015

Simple machines

mechanicalmechanical is a language of moveables parts Mechanical may refer tomechanical is something like fixing car's.Image Link
alterchange in character or composition typically in a comparatively small but significant way.alter is something that changesImage Link
multiplySix simple force-multiplying devices - the simple machines. Lever, pulley, wheel and axle, inclined plane.making something get bigger like the timetables image link
increasecar use is increasing at an alarming rate
synonyms grow get bigger get larger become greater
when something gets bigger than it's original size IMAGE LINK
decreasemake or become smaller or fewer in size amount intensity or degree.Decrease makes something smaller Image LINK
thread (on a screw)A screw thread, often shortened to thread, is a helical structure used to convert between rotational and linear movement or force.A screw is something when a hammer bags that screw into something so the crew can hold what you want to hold up.thread on a screw link

Thursday, 15 October 2015

Use Compass Points

Today I learnt how to play this game which involved compass reading this game was really good and easy. I give it a 9 out of a 10

Choosing the Right Book

Choosing the Right Book

L.I. Matching questions to book titles
Looking for keywords in a question

Here is a list of some books you might find in the nonfiction section of a library:

Which of the books would you use to find out:

1. How many people live in NZ?
  • Yearbook of Population

2. Which special stamps were issued in New Zealand in 1992?
  • Everyman’s Dictionary of Dates

  • 3. How to look after a puppy  Caring for pets

4. Where the custom of Easter Eggs came from Dictionary of Customs and Fables

5. The date of the Wahine disaster Stanley Gibbons Stamp Catalogue

6. Which records were broken at the last Olympic Games?
  • Guinness Book of Records
7. The size of Noah’s Ark The Bible

8. The speed of the first aircraft to fly under power A History of
9. The story of how the first under four-minute mile was run Encyclopedia of Athletics

10.  How the Greeks used a wooden horse to enter the city of Troy Myths and Legends

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Math Work

Study Later

When i was playing Study Later it was hard but Daniel we got same wrong but we got 32 write but Harlem  got same write to.

Maths Work


When i was playing xtramath whit Harlem we were having turns i will do 2 and Harlem will do 2 when it finish we did good.

Maths work

Number stones

When we were doing number stones me and Ofa were playing. Ofa was in the lead but then i caught up to ofa i just won by one point. When Daniel and Harlem were playing Daniel won.

Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Reading group test

Today Finn the human group had to make a board about flowers.We had to find the difficulty,meaning and evidence we had to look threw the book for the meaning and evidence .

Thursday, 24 September 2015


This morning we had baseball at baseball we met our coach, his name was Nick. Some of us knew him and some of us didn't. We all started listing to what we needed to do. The thing we needed to do was go into partners. My partner was Calvin. First of all we practice throwing and rolling like we do at bowling. Calvin threw the ball at me and bang!! it on my leg I started to jump around because it was very painful after that we had to get into groups and There was group 1, group 2 and group 3 group 1 and 2 was fielding and group 3 was batting after that we had to change so group 2 was batting and group 3 and group 1 was fielding. 

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Macing Magic

Macing magic is cool you can also troll people using your imagination powers i really want to do magic so i can pretend that i am a alien of other things.

Friday, 4 September 2015

This is my sandwich I made on a google drawaing

Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Mask Making

Today I have been learning about to use a google drawing to make and write question of what you have to do With the Mask.

Thursday, 20 August 2015

How to Reference a book in APA format

Authors name :Louise
Authors last name:Richard
Title:plant products.
Year publish 2002
Placer publish:new New York
publisher: Jordan Hill

Richard,Louise. (2002) Plant Products.Jordan Hill:London

Locating Faces

Today for maths I learnt about how many faces are on a shape. I estimated that the top shape would have 6 triangle faces and 1 hexagon face, also I estimated that the bottom shape would have 4 faces. I was right both times. I also learnt that it is not about the faces you can see because there can be some faces that you can't see. 

Thursday, 6 August 2015

Part Adder make your own hard sums

                                                                  Part Adder,2 digit numbers & tens/ones
I stared 48 and 49 and then i took away 8 from the 48 wich is 40  and then I took away 9 from the 49 wich is 80 then I adder 9+8=17 and then I adder 17 and 80 wich=97.

                                                                     Part Adder,2 digit numbers & tens/ones
 Part Adder,2 digit numbers & tens/one
I started with 48 and 49 then I took away 20 from both numbers wich=40 then I added 28 and 29 to the 40 wich = 97

Thursday, 4 June 2015

Anzac writing information report

ANZAC Biscuit Report

In this google doc I will be telling you some details about Anzac biscuits.

The origin of an Anzac biscuit: The Anzac biscuits were made during the first world war to send to the soldiers who were fighting.

What is an Anzac biscuit?  An Anzac biscuit is a special biscuit that has been made by the woman that stayed back from war.

Why did they make Anzac biscuits? They made the Anzac biscuits because the soldiers were usually hungry.  The biscuits needed to last a long time because they were sent by boat to the other side of the world.

Conclusion: ANZAC biscuits were made for the soldiers by people at home who were worried about them.

Thursday, 30 April 2015

Anzac and us Cloze

Anzac and Us

LI: Understand background information about ANZAC.

Most Anzac day services begin with a march of returned service personnel wearing shiny clothes of medals, and marching behind banners and standards. The veterans  march____ joined by other community groups, including members of the armed forces, the Red Cross, cadets etc.

The march continues _to___ the local war memorial, where a service takes place. This includes the laying of wreaths __from___various organisations and members of the public. Flowers have traditionally ___been____ laid on graves and memorials in memory of the ______dead_________. Laurel and rosemary are often _____used________ in wreaths. Laurel __was____ used by the ancient Romans as a symbol of honour and was woven __into____ a wreath to crown victors or the brave. Rosemary is used __for___ remembrance. The wreaths are laid to honour the people _who___ have died fighting for New Zealand.

The poppy has become the symbol _of___ Anzac Day. The Flanders poppy as it is _sometimes__ called grew in the trenches and craters of _the___ war zone in Belgium and at Gallipoli. These poppies _grew____ wild in the spring. The soldiers thought of the poppies as soldiers who had _died______. The poppy was _made_____ famous by Colonel J.M. McCrae's poem _called______ In Flanders' Fields. Poppies are sold on the _days_____ before Anzac Day to raise money for the R.S.A. [Returned Services Association]

In most ceremonies of remembrance _there_____is a reading of a poem. This is often "The Ode to the Fallen" _by___ Laurence Binyon. It _was____ first published in the Times newspaper in 1914.

They shall not grow _old___ as we that are _left_____ grow old.
Age shall not weary ___them______, nor the years condemn.
At the going _down______ of the sun and in the morning.
We _will_______ remember them.

The last post __of____ the trumpet call sounded in army barracks at 10pm ___at___ night to mark the end of the ___morning_____ activities. It is also ___played_____ at military funerals and commemorative services to show _____that______ the soldier's day has drawn _at___ a final close.

This is usually followed by a period of silence for one __or__ two minutes as a sign of respect for those __that___ have died. After observing the silence the __flag____ are raised from half-mast to the masthead. The Rouse is __awter___ played. The Rouse called the soldier's spirits to arise and _____ for another day.

Image result for anzac day 2015The Reveille is played at __the__ dawn services instead of the Rouse. The Reveille is played only _at___ the first call in the ____days_______. It woke the soldiers __up__ at dawn.

Often hymns __at__ sung and speeches made. The important part of the ceremony is to _rember___________ those who died.

Thursday, 23 April 2015

I learnt you must give credit when credit is due. to give credit you include the author's name.the name of the place.where you found it.Test your knowledge and see how well you do.That would be will get in trouble for this.

Monday, 16 March 2015

Room 9 Graph

All about me

I am a student at panmure bridge school.I was born in New Zealand But my culture is Samoan. I have 3 friends named   Harlem,Joshua and Jericho. I like to walk with my friends going to school or go to their house. My favorite thing I like to do is play with my friends and do my home work.
My favorite sports are touch and rugby lead and I would like to talk about my hobbies and my familly.   
I always think of my family because they always treat me the same way how I treat them. my family looks after me if I get into trouble. my family keeps their eye on me so no one will come and take me. Every time I go to school my mum and dad will always say Goodby.
My family is important because they love me and they help me if I am sick.
My favorite hobbies is big hero six sponge bob nickelodeon Ps3 Minecraft black ops AdvaceWafare.grand theft Auto Skrillex , need for speed, Rage, modern warfare  Skrillex equinox launchpad  buzz. Tanki online, SimpSons despicable me gravity guy cube field flap bird ate ball pool dragon Sity minion rush toy story 3 impossible quiz Lego star wars hangman zombie adventure wheres the red dot angry birds happy wheel gun blood heat rush how to train your dragon 2, snake cut the rope cash king pro skeet shooting fancy pants fruit ninja tokio drift, fireboy and watergirl earn to die sleepy jack tu 95.
  The things I like to do is go to the shops and buy me something really special yumy or I might go to to the supermarket to do some shopping. I like to go for a ride everywhere or travel on the the plane to other cool countries.  

Friday, 13 February 2015