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Monday, July 22, 2019

Animals

Animals

Rabbits are herbivores they eat only plants like carrots, cabbage, and they also eat dried fruit. Their body is covered with fluffy fur that are long or short. Their habitat is in the forests, grasslands, burrows, or underground tunnels but if you have them as your pet they will live in a cage. For them to survive they need lots of attention from their owners of people. Did you know that more than half of rabbits in the world live in North America.


Birds are herbivores and they eat mostly seeds, worms, apples and fruit. But there are other types of birds like ones that eat fish like pelicans and ones that eat plants. Some birds live in a cage like domestic birds and other birds live in trees, beaches, forest, marshes, grasslands, and estuaries. Birds are covered with different colored feathers like brown, white, grey, and red. Bird need to survive by being put outside for fresh air if you have them as a pet and other birds need to eat and hunt. Fact birds are warm blooded and have over 10,000 species worldwide.


All dogs have fluffy fur coated all over them head to toe. Dogs are Carnivores they meat, dog biscuits, and canned dog food. Many usually live in a kennel outside or some in a cage inside. They need to survive by being taken to walks outside and groomed with a brush. Did you know a dogs smell is estimated around 10,000 stronger than humans sense of smell.


Pet fishes eat fish pellets, flakes, and other fish eat worms, crustaceans, and smaller fish. Fishes live in a variety of places like coral reefs, kelp forests, river, streams, lakes, ponds, under sea ice, deep waters, rocky shores, brackish water, and salt water. But if you have a pet fish they would probably live in a fish tank or a bowl. Fish are mostly covered with scales from their head to their fin. For pet fishes they need a clean a fresh tank that needs to be refilled. Did you know that fish are omnivores they eat meat and plants. Did you also know that their are over 30,000 species of fish.

Friday, May 17, 2019

A scroll in memory

Kamusta everyone




Our Anzac Fact file is about a person or a group of people in the war. We all got a special piece of history from the war and studied information about the item. My item was a scroll from Buckingham palace. This was a document that his family received to acknowledge his service in the war. It was about Alexander Campbell Robertson, how he was brave and a great comrade in the war. We did this to pay tribute the soldiers that sacrificed their lives for our country.
In remembrance of Alexander Campbell Robertson.

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Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Coconut Crab

Coconut Crab

Kamusta bloggers today I'ill be talking about the endangered coconut crabs




Coconut crabs are endangered because they are tormented by humans for their delicate meat and flesh.A special fact is they have the largest  terrestrial arthropod in the world.They utilise a organ called the branchiostegal lung to breath.The most rewarding part of the crab are the eggs inside the female coconut crab.They are located in the Indian Ocean and pacific ocean and in the cook islands.They have claws that could lacerate the skin of a chicken and meat.




Thursday, August 23, 2018

Kia Ora bloggers today i will be talking about my favourite place in school.

My favourite place in school is the bush walk.  My friends and I had a lot of fun there because we built a big operation base encompassed by sticks. We assemble quotidian at break time at school. We built it almost a metre long. Whenever I position my feet on the semi-liquid mud and crushing the sticks as it's fracturing I felt the gust of wind flowing through my lungs as I ran through the bush walk. I could hear the birds chirping and students mumbling. The bush walk is my favourite and I love it. We started building the substructure when I was year three. We learnt new words and better words for example I pirouette the stick vertically.

Friday, August 10, 2018

Te Reo Maori

Kia Ora,Bloggers today we are learning introductions in Te Reo Maori.






Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Bernard is back for amazing talents!

Kumusta i am back bloggers!

Today we went to the hall and met Bernard again. He was so amazing.He told us stories about his life.He has 3 sons The oldest is 28 his name is was Jake.That's the only brother i remember.He showed us new dances and i had a feeling that he convinced us to have and make new challenges.He did illusions by dancing.He talked about Mana and ancestors.He taught us some new facts and dances about the Polynesian triangle and i am Filipino so I am Polynesian.He talked about where his ancestors and brother and sons was born and what they do in life.He is lucky but you can be lucky to only believe in yourself and your potential.
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Monday, May 21, 2018

My pacific ring of fire

Kumusta i am back bloggers i haven't post for almost a whole year.

This tearm we have been learning about volcanoes and the pacific ring of fire.We learn about famous volcanoes for example like mount Tarawera and mount Kilaueau that is erupting or you can call it acitive in Hawaii it just erupted.Mount fuji is a type of volcano called Stratovolcano, and the age of the rocks is 100.000 years old.DId you know Fuji is to volcanos and they are called young fuji and old fuji.Mount fuji last erupted was 1707 26 of december.Mount fuji is active for 100.000 years.This is a mind blowing sentence right or no. This volcano is in rotorua and has been erupting till 1983 to any year but we don't know. The last time mount Tarawera erupted was 10th of June 1886.This picture has all the countrys in the pacific ring of fire. Image result for facts about the pacific ring of fire