Today room 7 student and other classes when to perform a Coulter dance to the people that come's to glenbrae school and make breakfast for the kids.
When we got there and the first thing we did was going into one line out side and walking quietly inside to the Grace Joel to perform our dances. The first group to go and show there dance was the haka group and what i saw on there performance was a lot of confident and some people were a little shy.
After that there was other groups performing and they were good. On my group was second to last and what we did was the Samoan sasa and i was a little shy but after we finished we went quietly and set down and the last thing of all that one of the girls stood up and thank them all for watching our dances and for everything..
This is a photo of the sasa group...
Wednesday, 29 March 2017
Today room 7 went to the glenbrae kids to sing a song to them which was call Toro Mai. After we sang the song we had to partner up with the little kids and what we did was doing what they want to do and we also want we want to do. What i did with my partner, Kenesi was playing in the park, reading books, kicks and the best thing that Kenesi really liked the most was playing kicks. I really enjoy working and playing with Kenesi and also working with the glenbrae kids.
Wednesday, 15 March 2017
Monday, 6 March 2017
Did you know a water pollution is where people throw their plastic waste, it kills up to 1 million seabirds, countless fish and 100, 000 marine mammals. The water in china is undrinkable because it has pollution. 95% of the cities in the world dumps raw sewage into their water supplies. The king river in Australia is the most polluted river. The Sarno river in Europe is most polluted river. About 250 million cases of water-related diseases with thoroughly 5 to 10 million deaths. 4.5 million litres are untreated sewage. 12, 00 kilograms of dirt and other pollutants flow into the north shore city’s stream.
What is wrong with water?
Poor sea animals are dying because there is pollution in the water. People are throwing rubbish in the sea and the water has a lot of animals who lives in water. People are being careless just throwing their rubbish wherever they want and just not looking after property. The water is rising and some of the Islands are sinking and people are drowning. We always have to take care of water and to always keep the water clean and the animals safe. Never throw your rubbish in the water and there is always a rubbish bin to put in. Please help the animals in the water and keep their body healthy and clean.
Wednesday, 1 March 2017
- Neptune has the second largest gravity of any planet in the solar system.
- Neptune is named after the roman god of the sea.
- Neptune is the farthest planet from the sun.
- It is the 4th largest planet.
- Neptune has fourteen moons.
- It takes Neptune 164.8 Earth years to orbit the sun.
- Neptune was discovered by Jean Joseph Le Verrier.
- Neptune also has a second storm called the small Dark spot.
- Neptune spins very quickly on its axis.
- The climate on Neptune is extremely active.
- Neptune is made out of helium and gas.
- Created by Newsam and Mary