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Monday, 21 August 2017

My Word Cloud


你好 bloggers.



So today I created a word cloud for my cyber smart.  We first went our site to get on this then next we went on our history and pressed CTRL H to access our history, then we pressed CTRL C to copy it and put it in our blog post after you press CTRL C then you press CTRL V to paste it in your blog post or document or what ever you are doing.
By Tyrone hope you enjoy my story.

Thursday, 17 August 2017

My observation of the chickens


Talofa everyone and welcome back to another blog post about the chickens that we have at our school.
Here's a picture of the life cycle of a chicken. 

Everybody all likes baby chickens. But if we want to see them hatch you have to put them in an incubator. The incubator mimics a mother. There is bulb which has a light bulb inside the incubator which has to be 39.7 degrees. The eggs need a lot of heat so it doesn’t die. Inside the incubator there is an electric arm that rotates the egg so that both sides have enough heat. When the chickens hatch they are covered in liquid so when they have hatched they are kind of wet. Here is a picture of our class chickens

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Wednesday, 9 August 2017

King of pop Footsteps




Whoop Whoop Holla everyone and welcome to my blog post.

Today we dancing with a lady named Kate. She showed us how to do some Micheal Jackson moves, Here is my favourite one my one was when you had to isolate your knees and say ''hehe''. One thing challenging for me is learning the dance moves straight away, another reason why Kate should come back to our school to teach us some more fabulous moves, I think Kate should come back to our school because I love dancing and she teaches me some new moves add into my own dance moves.  

Here's a video if you want a peek of our dance we did Scroll down.





Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Teaching the juniors in Bishop class

Talofa bloggers and welcome back to week two!

Today my class and I worked alongside Bishop class (Year 2/3) as part of a Tuakana/Teina session.

Tuakana means the older person and Teina means the little person

First we discussed how to be effective Tuakana. I learned that I have to talk more about the activity that I was doing with the Teina.

The biggest challenge I came across was communicating with my buddy's by sitting next to the teina and talking to them.

Next week I am looking forward to doing another activity by doing all of the things that I didn't do today.

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Merc camp

Merc camp

At merc we did a lot of activity's my Favourite activity was everything after every activity we would have a shower or just get change into dry clothes. Every night everyone would go into the hall play some games and then write in there camp book about things they did that day. When I did The giants ladder me and my buddy were climbing up this massive ladder and every ladder you would go up the wider it will get and when it would get to long we would have to pre pose to our partner so they could stand on your leg and jump up on the next latter after when we would be at the top you would have to jump down and undo yourself like take everything of you that you were wearing and the next person would go.

By Tyrone 

Thursday, 11 May 2017

Kia Toa Performance

Bula vinaka and welcome to my blog post. 

Toady I was lucky enough to see Bernard Managakahia perform for our school. His show was about how to be resilient. Here is an example how do you do a one handed clap? try figure it out if you don't know the  answer to my question here is the answer to get the qustion right get 2 people and then clap hands together. Bernard's whiff's dad was the fist to ever climb the mountain called  kilimanjaro. Here are some facts about Bernard he climbed the biggest mountain in east Africa that was almost 6,000 feet high the mountain the he climbed was could kilimanjaro. Bernard travelled around the world to perform for schools to show them what resilient looks like. Bernad's dad was in the New Zealand army for 20 years his hero was helen keller every time he would com peat in something he would look at his wall and on his  wall will be helen keller he believed that ever thing he would do he can do it one way to show resilient is to keep on practising and never ever give up. 

Thank you for reading my blog post be free to comment and share your resilient's with me...  

Thursday, 4 May 2017

Starting term two with a smile

Bonjure and welcome back to term two.

Today I learnt how to skateboard. First of all, we all put the gear on.  All of that took Pohatu class 18 minutes. After all of that, we went into how to make the skateboard not move when you are going down a hill. It is very simple you had just to put your two legs on each side and hold it tight. After a while, we started to do some laps up and down our school courts. We had to try and push the whole way back and fourth. It was very fun for me and Pohatu class were having a nice time. We all learnt how to push the skateboard with one foot by covering to screws on the top of the penny skateboard.

Here is a video for the steps


Here are some steps if you don't know what comes first and last

step one was to put your knee pads on
step two was to put on elbow pads on
step three was to put your wrist guard's on
step four was to put your helmet on and clip it up