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Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Mexico - Summer learning Journey

hola mi nombre es Lucas y has clickeado en mi blog. Mexico has 119.5 M people in that state states are like different places in that country. Mexico, or the United Federation of Mexico, is a country in North America. It is located directly below (south of ) the United States of America. There are 14 national holidays a year in Mexico. Independence Day (the 'birth' of Mexico as its' own country) is celebrated on 16 September.Extremely varied. The northern part of the country is generally colder and drier while the south is quite warm and tropical. Hurricanes are common in the southern part of Mexico during the summer and fall (June to October). There are no official languages in Mexico, however, most people speak Spanish.Mestizo (People with a mixed cultural background of Indigenous Mexican and European), Indigenous, Other




Friday, 27 October 2017

This week I have been using a range of language features to help make my writing more descriptive. Some language features we have been talking about are similes, metaphors, personification and onomatopoeia.


These are some of my favourite sentences from my writing this week

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSH the ball goes into the soccer goal. The crowd went wild YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY The crowd is shouting loud like someone pulling the trigger on a gun.

Wednesday, 6 September 2017

Fun with SchoolKit Freebies

Hi bloggers so today I planted my own plant. The plant I had was called Sweet pea. It was fun because I poured the water in the pot with the soil tablet which caused the soil to expand.

to be continued

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Thankyou

This week i would like to extend a huge thank you to the people who donated FRANK books to our school. Our Lucky year 5 and year 6 students received a FRANK book each and will be using them for their school camp.Our lucky year 4's received a FRANK book to complete their work in when the year 5/6 students are at camp.

Thank you so much for your generous donation FRANK!

Fa'afetat lava
Lucas

Thursday, 11 May 2017

Kia Toa Proformance

Bula vinaka and welcome  to my blog post.

Today I'm going to tell you about this man that come in the school and how he told us stories and danced with us. His grandmother from the 1800s is one of the women who changed the whole world. She was like a lady called Rosa Parks. When Rosa was in a bus she sat at the front where all the non-coloured men and women sat. In the back of the bus there were the stinky staff are but she never gave up so when the men came they said get of you should be at the back were all the yuck staff are so the men put her in jail.

That's all the time I have got. Thank you for reading. Bye.


Thursday, 4 May 2017

Starting term two with a push

talofalava and welcome back to term two.


today we where trying to balance and push propyl on a skate board. I learnt how to put my gear on.So first you unwrap the helmet and take every thing out.Second get your knee pads and put both of them on.third get your elbow pads and put it on .forth put your risk pads on. finely go skateboarding.




Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Hay park way thinklink

Today we have been learning how to create a positive digital footprint using thinglink.

Sometimes it is a fun way to share music and images but we thought it would be better for our learning to be shared on it.

Here is my thinglink about the Hay Park Way. The Hay Park Way is to be respectful, resilient and responsible.

If you click on my thinglink you can find out more information about these three values.