Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Monarch Butterfly

Mubashshir Monarch Butterfly from Team 4 Pes on Vimeo.

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Easter story

Hello this a true story about Easter  

"Did you that Easter is not about having the most Easter  eggs or being the most richest".It is about remembering the day Jesus died  and came back to life. It  was the time were we celebrated  our first Easter.god bless you. hope you guys are having a good

Happy Easter

Tuesday, 15 April 2014

native trees

Native bird by Mubashshir !

Native bird

by Mubashshir!Screenshot 2014-03-05 at 14.34.00.pngDid you know pukekos are NZ Native  birds? They are quite special To NZ.Did you know that we Pt England might have  pukekos in our own creek or even in your backyard. How it looks is it is blue and black with a red beak.

Monday, 14 April 2014

Noah the Moa

Hello people this is a story about how Noah the Moa got extinct please leave feedback at my work

Many years ago there were birds that were in the 13 Th  century  but the most impotent bird that got extinct  was the Moa's family people "Would it be awesome if Moa's went on and on but you know the moari people did"? they ate  the moa. If I had to go on a moa I will be amazed it will be the coolest time ever.I wonder why I like moas.

Hauhake Harakeke

We have been reading about a Hauhake Harakeke ceremony. This is my picture showing Nanny and the knowledge she imparts to the children in the story.

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Friday, 4 April 2014

tracking maths

This shows what I know and what I am learning in maths.  If the face is coloured I already know it and if it is white then I’m still practising.  Keep checking back to see my progress.

Thursday, 3 April 2014


Eating Pikopiko

1. What is pikopiko? Native New Zealand fern

2. Where was the pikopiko found? bushes in New Zealand

3. Describe the part of the fern you can eat? the tender and curly part

4. How do you prepare pikopiko? boiled in salted water  

5. What does pikopiko taste like? Asparagus and cucumber mixed together  

6. What can you eat with pikopiko? itself

7. Look at some pikopiko on google images. Draw one in detail in Sumo paint or another drawing programme.
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Blog heading: Eating Pikopiko

Sentence to copy on with your picture: We have been reading about eating pikopiko. Pikopiko is a native fern that can be eaten.

Tuesday, 1 April 2014