Monday, 28 November 2016

We love Faster Internet

We have created image notes to share our messages for a better internet.

Sunday, 20 November 2016

The best day of run, jump, throw

We had run, jump, throw and the coach that was teaching us was coach Declan. He told us how to throw a shock ball at wickets. We played a running paper, scissors, rock game. We learned how to throw a discus and shot put. It was challenging but a lot of room 9 threw it far. I think we have the future Valerie Adams at Ruapotaka.

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

The extreme screen

On Wednesday all of Ruapotaka went to the movies in silvery park we went there so we can watch other school films at 2016  people thought it was cool because we got to watch the films on a big screen and we got to sit in warm and relaxing chairs some films where telling us to stay healthy and there was this film cord focuser by room 12 at Ruapotaka they say it is good to drink because you finish things at the right time.

Monday, 14 November 2016

Quality blog comments.

We are learning how to write a quality blog comments for the Manaiakalani film festival.

Wednesday, 19 October 2016

The Botanic Gardens

Ruapotaka went to the botanical garden. We walked through the gardens and saw different flower, plants and trees. It was a big garden. One thing I learned is that Pohutukawa is a native tree in New Zealand. It's also our native Christmas tree. I also learned ]about the Magnolia flower and it smelled very nice. There were worms that ate scraps in a glass box and we could only see them if we lifted a dirty cloth.

Friday, 7 October 2016

Information about kangaroos

Baby kangaroos are called joeys. Their eyes are on the side of their head and male kangaroos have reddish brown skin while female kangaroos have blueish grayish fur.

Monday, 19 September 2016

All about polar bears

I learnt that polar bears are good at catching food and they are mammals. They live in the arctic, their paws are the same size as a dinner plate and they are the biggest bears in the world.

Thursday, 15 September 2016

My cinquain poem about cheetahs

This poem is about cheetahs. Cheetahs are the fastest cats. They hide in the grass and jump out and attack its prey. I learned that a cinquain poem has 5 lines and each line needs to have different numbers of words. I picked different adjectives to describe actions that the cheetah does.

Sunday, 28 August 2016

Did you hear about baboons?

I went to the zoo and I learned that baboons have red bottoms that add extra cushioning. I had fun time because we saw a lot of animals and we did interesting activities.

Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Powerful Shoes

I learned how to use persuasive language to sell my shoes to my teacher. These shoes help you play basketball well.

Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Infographic Blog

We are learning to create a positive digital footprint
We explored different Blogs from different schools.

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Two tip's to make a impossible password

I have been learning to create a strong password.
We have been learning how to make it unique and to never use your personal names in a password.
My top tip to create a secure password is to never write or share your password.

Monday, 13 June 2016

Shoot the Hoop

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Malo lelei,
Hi,My name is Brazie and I am Maori. I am nine years old I go to Ruapotaka Primary School and I am year 5. I am in room nine and my teacher is Miss Misela. My parent’s names are Krystal and Lawrence. I have one brother and his name is Chevy-ray. I really wish I had a pet dog, I would call him Jack. I would teach him how to do tricks and play fetch with him.

My favourite subject is sport. I especially love to play soccer because I like to block the ball in the goal and I like to kick the ball into the goal. I also love to play basketball because I like to shoot the hoop and get three pointers. I am good at basketball because I play at school with my friends and I pretend there is a hoop at home when I play.