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Friday, 9 August 2019

Making Tukutuku Mats



Kia Ora this is my Tukutuku mat that I have made.
First of all we had a white loom, black paper strips and red paper stripes. I had a plain white paper with 10  thin cuts though the paper, I used 1 black paper strip and weaved it under over under until I got a neat pattern, I repeated it swapping each strip between the two colors red and black The End.
Did you like my Tukutuku pattern.

Monday, 5 August 2019

Show Smart Relationship

During cybersmart Mrs Collins talked to us about showing smart relationship qualities and wrote some down on the board. Then Mrs Collins said "please get yourself into groups of twos and threes." My partners were Sione and Jacob. 
Then Mrs Collins told us to pick one word for our group and we said 'trust.' We chose it because when someone is constructing it we have to trust them. Me and Sione started building it but Jacob was out of class, so he didn't do anything. My and Sione finished it and when Jacob just got back Mrs Collins went around doing 1 tick tock 2 tick tock, 3 tick tock and guess what???  We won because our tower was 36 centermetres high. Mrs Collins gave our group chocolate and we celebrated.

Monday, 1 July 2019

Matariki Slideshow




On Friday some people showed us their presentations and they were very good and I shared mine to.
It was really interesting to make our presentation.

Monday, 10 June 2019

My Digital Footprint

This is my Digital Footprint. Mrs Collins marked my Digital Footprint and gave me 70% and that means its good and mine was the 2nd best in the class. The first one was Leonie with 76%. As you can see the things that are red are not that good for children minds like World War II and Black Ops 3. I will try to improve my digital footprint by always being aware of what I am doing on the internet.

Thursday, 23 May 2019

Tika,Pono,Aroha

We have been learning about how Jesus respected the tapu (sacredness) of people.

Jesus proclaimed the kingdom of God to the Samaritan woman at the well when he asked for some water but the woman said we are not allowed to talk to each other. He was a Jew and she was a Samaritan and they were enemies in those days. But Jesus did. He shows us aroha (love and compassion) and pono (being true to what you believe in) and tika (doing the right thing). He wasn't afraid and showed us an example of what we can do and how we can treat people.

I show Aroha when I help mum with anything.
I show Pono when I make good choices.
I show Tika when I do something is right.

Tuesday, 14 May 2019

Kindness is a renewable resource



Yesterday in Cybersmart Mrs Collins helped everyone make their own slide about kindness.
We watched Oat the goat and learnt that you should never join the people who are laughing and stand up for the person who is getting teased.