Thursday, 18 April 2013

Family Taonga

This is my challenge tree  about my family taonga. It is my great great granddad's cabinet and my dad's Maori pous. Hope you like it and leave a comment.

Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Dice multiplication

This is my show me about a new game that room 16 learnt. It is called Dice multiplication. It is a awesome game hope you enjoy playing it.

Wednesday, 10 April 2013

My young leader/house leader badges for 2013

This is a photo of me with my young leader/house leader badge that I achieved  this year.  It was one of my goals that I had for 3 years.  "Yes, yes, yes!" 

Monday, 8 April 2013

Learning length width and volume

This is my rectangular prism with a volume to make by multiplying L4 W3 H3 which  = 36cm3
a perimeter  of 10 cm and an area of L4 times W3 =12cm2

My rugby ball

This is my Voki that I made on
It is about what's special to me which is my rugby ball the poem goes like this...

I have always liked rugby thats why
Well I just got this rugby ball
It had some stitches
on every quarter
It was all different colors
red, yellow and much much more
it has never been kick
and never will

it will stay in my room

thats because it is precise to me

I love the sport
that is rugby

I got this ball from my first rugby game
It was the warriors VS  the storms
It was an awesome  game that's why I like it

GO RUGBY ball!!

Thursday, 4 April 2013

Kawarau bridge

This is some facts on the Kawarau bridge

100 year old Kawarau suspension bridge has a great bungy jumping site. It was made in 1880 in its location  N.Z. It is a slight tourist attraction. The bridge platform is 43 metres above the Kawarau River. This bridge  was made to join Queenstown and central Otago. This bridge is 90 meters long from one end to the other. It is the first bridge in the world to bungy jump.

My favourite thing about the Kawarau Bridge is that it is located in New Zealand and is known for the first bridge in the world to bungy

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