Friday, 10 November 2017

Te tuhi

today for the last day of the week we went to te tuhi art gallery so we can paint our master pieces and learn about our culture's and a place for us to stand or our turangawaewae.  

Monday, 6 November 2017


Today we are learning about our turangawaewae hope you enjoy.

Wednesday, 18 October 2017


Today we learnt how to play an indigenous game of new zealand called mutorere.
It is a brain game that makes you strategize and use logic to outwit your opponent.
Image result for mu torere
You will need some colored stones or counters and the board. One person moves at a time.
You cannot jump over your opponent pieces the game is won when your opponent cannot move.
I really like this game because it challenges you to use your brain and patterns we also had a tournament and I was the referee we finally announced the winner of the tournament it took a long time but we found the winner it was kanye. if you don't understand what I mean check out this video and maybe you'll get the idea just watch the red one
Here's a video

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Cure Kids.

Today Room 10 participated in a Kelly sports event to support cure kids. Cure kids is a charity that fund a vital medical research. That means cure kids research to find cures for different types of diseases.   
An example of the way they support children's health is raising money to find cures. The effect of their research is that everyone can live a healthy childhood. Today I participated by giving money to cure kids. That means I can help to try and find cures and we also played some games. An example of a game we played was noodle hockey there are two teams and in both of the team each player stands on a color dot and when the instructor calls out a color or even two that color runs to the side and gets a pool noodle so they can smack the ball to the goal. By supporting cure kids, I hope my impact is enough to help this charity.


Monday, 16 October 2017

Back to school.

Nau mai,hoki mai ki taku rangitaiki. Ko tenei te wahanga tuawha o te tau! kei te pehea to hararei ?
One thing I am really looking to forward to this term is school trips and dinan dance. My personal goal for my last term of 2017 is managing self. To fully enjoy these end of year opportunities, I will need to remember to respect the people I am with, And the environment around me.

Thursday, 7 September 2017

My two best qualities.

Every friday Ms Aireen and the kia manawanui syndicate comes to room 10 for a career talks where we talk about different careers what we wanted to be and what we wanted to be when we were younger last week we talked about what  key qualities we have so I picked two of my natural qualities.   

Thursday, 17 August 2017

Book box

last week the kia manawanui syndicate started a new reading follow up activity called book box everyday in our classes we read a book from our book box read it two times there are three different levels of journal and the books that you read depend on your level in reading and once you read it two times you then think about what genre the article might be then complete the questions in full sentences oh and in the journal there are diff text in them