Tuesday, December 12, 2017

how to make your own Rainforest

    How to make your own rainforest

The materials you need are:
Some small gravels
Some charcoal
A fish tank
Tap water
Tropical plants
Potting soil

Here’s how to make your own rainforest:

Put some charcoal in the fish tank. And spread it around and do the same thing with the potting soil. And the gravels then we put the plants into the fish tank. And added some more soil. Then we put the soil together with the plants to make the plants stand up. Then we water the plants. And that’s how you make your own rainforest.

Monday, December 11, 2017

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Trees for survival

                          Trees for survival

In Auckland 40% of the land is supposed to be covered by trees. But in 2012 the statistics said that there was only 23.8% of land covered in trees.
So that means we have to plant more trees.

Tree are important because they suck up carbon dioxide and produce oxygen. Trees make food for us. Trees can stop global warming. They also provide wood for us to make houses,furniture and paper. They provide us cotton wool to make clothes too.

But if we cut more trees to make houses. There will be no oxygen and no one will survive. That’s why we have to plant more trees so we can have a balanced environment and everybody will live.

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Skills flow activity

Today we learnt how to make tapa cloth. It is a long process. I had to explain this process to my buddy. I had to learn new words to say the process.

Monday, December 4, 2017

Thank you Santa Letter

Dear Santa Claus,
Thank you very much for buying me a skateboard and a helmet and water bottle. I was very shocked when I got my present it felt like I was in heaven.I was very grateful for what you got for me. And I am very pleased. Thank you for your kindness. Thank you Santa Claus. Merry christmas and have a happy new year.

Love Santa Claus, from Levi
Tamaki Primary school
Year 4

Room 6

Thursday, November 30, 2017

book report-wacko kakapo

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Today I read a book called wacko kakapo by Yvonne Morrison.

This book is about a kea called wacko kakapo  the sky was falling so wacko kakapo and his friends went to look for tane mahuta. But on the way to tane mahuta the animals got captured by a stoat. But they manage to escape from the stoat. After that they all went to wacko kakapo and had a great party.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

division problem

There are 48 lollies that have to be placed evenly on each sixth of the cake. How many lollies will be there on each sixth of the cake?

8 because 6x8=48  48 divided by 6=8. So 8 lollies will go on each piece of the cake.