Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Today I have been learning to find out more facts about energy.

One thing I found tricky was I found the tasks a bit challenging and screencastify it was all on my learning log.

It would be great if you could comment on my post and give me some feedback to make my learning better.

Friday, 23 October 2015

Have a Go Sports Day

To day I went to have a Go Sports day at the park.

1.I had a ago at sports these are the ones we did.                                

  • gymnastic 
  • Hokey 
  • soft ball 
  • cricket  
  • get set go               
2. my  favorite part was the gymnastic and soft ball

Wednesday, 21 October 2015


I have been learning how to do an OREO paragraph.  OREO stands for opinion, reason, example, and restating your opinion.  Restate means to say it again.  I wrote this paragraph to persuade the reader to agree with my idea.

I believe that  cheetahs are the most astonishing and most fastest animal that I know it can beat anything in a race.It can catch up to any animal they have speed so they are good at hunting if you want anything the cheetah can get it is great at hunting.For example it can run 110 – 120 km/h so if anything escapes it won't get very far when the cheetah is on the loss.So nothing can get away from a cheetah it is the fastest animal that ever lived on the Earth.So that means that it can beat a Ferrari and a Lamborghini.

Wednesday, 14 October 2015


Tuatara once lived throughout the mainland of New Zealand but rats and people drove them to extinction there. They are now found only on 37 off-shore islands and mainland islands like the Karori Sanctuary. Total tuatara population on all these islands is estimated to be between 50,000 and 100,000.  


There are two species. Sphenodon punctatus is the Cook Strait tuatarawhich live on Stephen's Island in the Marlborough Sounds. The tuatara is famous because it is the only survivor of an ancient group of reptiles that roamed the earth at the same time as dinosaurs. It hasn't changed much in over 225 million years! The relatives of tuatara died out about 60 million years ago which is why the tuatara is called a ‘living fossil’.