Sunday, 6 January 2019

Summer Learning Journey wk 2 Day 3

Day 3: First You ‘Sea’ Me, Now You Don’t…

Activity 1: Night Owls

On your blog, tell us whether you are a night owl or an early riser. Then, tell us about the rest of your family. Are they the same as you?.

Me: Angelina
I am a night owler because I love staying up all night.
Sister & Brother : 
My sister and bother is an early riser because they go to sleep early.

Activity 2:

On your blog, share a list of the ingredients that you need to make this food. You must type out the list of ingredients yourself (and not simply copy and paste it from a website) to earn full points.
Homemade Cheese Pizza

Ingredients to make the dough:
  • 1 cup of flour
  • 1 teaspoon of dried yeast
  • 2 teaspoons of olive oil
  • A pinch of salt
  • one-eighth of warm water
Ingredients for toppings:
  • 1 cup of cheese
  • Tomato base/ pizza base
  • one- quarter cup of diced onions
Activity 3: The Midnight Zone 

On your blog, tell us how you will solve this maths problem. You can write your answer in words, use a Sketchpad image or post a video explaining how you would figure it out. Be sure to give us your final answer.
The Squid usually weighs 495kg. I think my answer would be 40 people because I went 25+15 which makes 40.

Monday, 24 December 2018

Summer Learning Journey wk 2 Day 1

Day 1: Swimming with the fish

Activity 1: Surfs up 

On your blog, post a picture of yourself doing one of your favourite summer activities. Below the picture tell us what the activity is and tell us why it is one of your favourites.

This activity is going to the beach. This is my favourite thing to do in the summer because its usually so hot and I love going to the beach.

Activity 2: The Great Taupo Cycle Challenge 

On your blog, list the three people you would like to have on your Lake Taupo Cycle Race Support Crew. Tell us why you have chosen each person.

Eti - Best friend / Good encourager
My Sisters / Good supporter
My Mum and Dad

Activity 3: Something Smells Fishy

On your blog, write out each fact and in CAPITAL LETTERS beside the fact, write the word ‘TRUE’ if it is a true fact or ‘FALSE’ if it is not true. True or False?
Fish Fact #1: The oldest known fish in the world is a 65 year old Australian lungfish. False
Fish Fact #2: Sharks are the only fish that have eyelids. True
Fish Fact #3: Starfish are a type of fish. False
Fish Fact #4: Fish communicate with each other by making low-pitched sounds (moans, hisses, etc) True
Fish Fact #5: Fish usually swim together in groups called ‘classes.’ True

Thursday, 20 December 2018

Summer Learning Journey Week One Day 1

Day 1: In the Beginning

Activity 1: The Legend Of New Zealand

To learn more cool facts about New Zealand, check out the Tourism NZ website. Read the fun facts posted on the website and choose your ‘Top 3.’ On your blog, post your ‘Top 3 Fun Facts’ about NZ in your own words.
  1. In NZ there are no snakes in the country.
  2. The official language in NZ is English and Maori.
  3. There are more people that live in Auckland although Wellington is its capital city.
Activity 2: North and South 

Now it is time to think about your hometown. What is special about where you live? On your blog, describe your hometown. Be sure to include lots of describing words (adjectives) in your post.

Auckland is my Hometown. In Auckland, you can find amazing beautiful houses, parks, schools and more. Auckland is an awesome place where you meet nice and kind people that can help you if you struggling to find something. Auckland is filled with laughter joyful and helpful people. In Auckland, there are many entertaining places that you can go to.

Activity 3: Ice, Ice Baby

On your blog, make a copy of this footprint and, inside the footprint, explain how you create a positive, digital footprint. What do you do to stay smart online?.

Monday, 24 September 2018

Diamante Poem!

 L.I.: Understand the format of Diamanté Poetry and use this to create our own original poems.

Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I choose nouns, adjectives and verbs that suit the description of a girl and a boy