Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Put your rubbish in the bin

A big shout out to Ebony and Evadupree for caring for our environment. They picked up all of this rubbish along the walk track today.  That is a lot of rubbish!

The long walk to set our hinaki

We walked 5kms today to set our hinaki (eels traps) in the water.  We had a little bait, we probably needed 3 times more.  Most of our hinaki's were well constructed so if a tuna (eel) goes inside one it shouldn't escape. It was a glorious day and we were all a little tired after our long walk.
Tomorrow we will  walk back along the same track to pull our hinaki up from the water. 

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Food For Thought

We are at the supermarket reading the Healthy Nutrition Guidelines (per 100g/ml) on food labels.

They've arrived

Hola México. Seven weeks later our postcards have arrived.

Monday, June 5, 2017

School photos

A te Ramere... We will be ready and rewarded with a beautiful class photo dressed in a clean uniform and brushed our hair and teeth. Lets be ready! Kia mau!

Friday, May 26, 2017

Powerful Verbs

We have been learning to replace ineffective verbs with powerful verbs. Here are our better words attempt for run/ran/running. How did we do? Which ineffective verb should we change to a powerful verb now?
Made with Padlet

Guess my country

Kia ora everyone. Postcards arrived. But where did they arrive at? Clues are


  • Australia
  • Auckland NZ
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • China
  • Mexico
  • Kerikeri NZ