Tuesday, 11 March 2014

nag manawa. isaac


Year five and six camp 2014

Have you ever slept at school before? Well  I have.
Sleeping at school is like going to camp but in a tent at school.

Camp is like sleeping outside. But we go in to have dinner. After  dinner we go to wash your hands and go
in your tent to get some rest  for the next day.

Be sure to check back on my blog as I will  be at camp.

Have a good  day  and a good term.



Friday, 7 March 2014

Isaacs nga manawa.

Nga Manawa 1.5.03
WALT: Use clues in text, along with prior knowledge to help comprehension.

1. What is the difference between seawater and freshwater?sea water is to sult.

2. Why don’t nga manawa grow in the South Island of New Zealand?it is to cold.

3. Describe what a mangrove plant does to breath?rots

4. List 4 animals that like to live in mangrove forests tuna snapa usta flanda

5. Why else are mangrove plants useful? List 2 other reasons from pages 16 and 18.

6. How did the mangrove leaves help keep fish cool? it drops smping

7. Why are nga manawa thought to be taonga?

Early finishers - Draw a picture of nga manawa using sumo paint and post to your blog.

A life cycle of a frog by Isaac.

Have you ever heard about the life cycle of a frog?
Well you came to the right kid.

A life cycle of a frog starts off as a egg.The egg is made out of a very special material  that look like jelly. The egg is call a spawn.

Spawn is a egg that looks like a jely that is rotten
but some of the eggs tern into a tadpole. A tadpole
is a little frog.  What is frog you ask? A frog is a slimy creature that likes to eat flies.    

After the tadpoles stage it grows into a  froglet.
A froglet is a frog with  no hands in front.The froglet turn’s into a adult frog.

The adult frog is a big frog that can look after its self.