Friday, 26 January 2018

My Trip

It will have to be Scotland:

1. It look so amazing the clock town just look like 'Big Ben' at London

2.The phones is like in the 19's and it's styles as well.

3.It's like a mall to walk in and go shopping.

Jenny Shipley

Leading New Zealand
Week 3, Day 5 (Bonus Activity)

Name of Prime Minister: Jenny Shipley
Date of Birth: 4 Feb  1952

Political Party:
Number of Years as Prime Minister: 1997 - 1999
Three interesting facts about my chosen Prime Minister:
1.She was the first woman to hold the position, and is the only woman to have led the National Party.
2.  She served as the 36th Prime Minister of New Zealand from 1997 to 1999.
3. Dame Jenny also had praise and criticism for Mr Peters in recalling working with him in a coalition government.

Hall of Frame

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Your Favourtie Subject

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Hairy Maclarys Friends:

 Out of the gate and off for a walk went Hairy Maclary from Donaldson’s Dairy.He went off to have a  fun adventure so he we off to meet his friends.He meet his friends Hercules Morse , Bottomley Potts , Muffin Mclay , Bitzer Maloney , Schnitzel von Krumm , Scarface claw , Slinky Malinki and Zachary Quack.They came through the gates then they saw Hairy Maclary  near his  gates just happy in jolly skipping  along then he stop but still happy.They say “ hi Hairy Maclary come play with us like go to the park to play tag the tail” “ sure” said Hairy.

Hairy and all his friends were at the park playing tag the tail but  Zachary Quack tail was too small and too little.So Zachary Quack sat out sadly tears falling down then there friends Realise that Zachary was sad.All of Zachary Quack’s  friends said “What’s worry Zachary” “ Oh Nothing” more tears rise and dripping down “ that’s ok hmm let’s play hide go seek” “ Yay  let’s  play”.

They set of to play hide go seek they only allow to go at the park only. Scarface was going to count up to 5 - 1  then the game start Scarface was hunting down his friends.Scarface found all of his friends but not Zachary  they look for a long time to find him.

He was hiding above a tree crying cause his friends did not found him.It was 7:00 pm they keep looking  for him shouting his name but he did not reply back to them because he was crying up the tree.The they found him sad they feel sad for him they say all together “ Oh Zachary are you ok” “ No” Reply Zachary. “ We have been looking for you” “ I knew you guys can’t find me i’m going back home” he walk sad heading home.

His friends went over to see Zachary but when they went their he had move houses.They follow the truck of move gear but Zachary was not moving he was getting stuff to try
his friends feel sad cause they think Zachary left them forever cause they been play hard games.Zachary said “ Hi guys” they said “ We still cloud heard his little voice” then he said “Guys no i’m not gone i’m never going to leave you ever” they hug him.They think Zachary was going to leave them Zachary answers to them “ sorry for making you worry thinking i’m gone but i’ll never leave you guys so who wants to play hockey” “ ME!!” they play hockey.

The End

Sunday, 14 January 2018

Week Three: The Post War(s) Era (1951-1999)

Week Three: The Post War(s) Era (1951-1999)

Activity 1: The Dawn of Television
Kc Undercover,It’s about a girl name Kc.She did not know that her parents are spies so her parents told her about them that they are spies.But Kc parents did not told their son about them being spies and they got a robert child.Kc,Ernie,Judy,Craig,Kira.The channel is on disney channel.

Week Three: The Post War(s) Era (1951-1999) Post Card

So first i research the New Zealand flag.Then I got the Pohutukawa trees.Then the ice cream is in the right corrner so it won't be in the way.

Thank U Rachel and Her Team for Everything

This is for you Rachel and her Team.

Week Three: The Post War(s) Era (1951-1999)

Emoji Challenge # 2

Me and My Friends did other Emoji Challenge #2

Saturday, 13 January 2018


Sorry I Forgot about those Week Activity but I manged to finish them all in 2 days.I'm on week 3 2 to last. Wish me luck

Week One: In the Beginning (1800-1870)

Activity 1: A House or a Home?

In the 1800s, most Māori lived in villages called pa. Each village had many buildings – kauta where people cooked, pataka where they stored goods and wharepuni where the Māori slept. A traditional wharepuni had a thatched roof and walls made of timber, fern, rushes and bark. Look at the picture below of a traditional wharepuni. Does it look like your house?

On your blog, compare the wharepuni to your own home. What are two similarities and two differences between a wharepuni and your house? It have bicks color is brown and Orange.The roof have great  design on the roof the house.We've move in this house like long ago 12 or 13 have a great view of the park the park is call:Trauma Reserve.

Activity 2: The Rules of Engagement
During the early years in New Zealand, men and women would often marry at a young age. Women were expected to have babies and remain in the home caring for their children. Few, if any, left home in search of work. Men, on the other hand, were expected to work outside of the home.

These days, we don’t have the same strict expectations about work. Girls and boys can choose their own path in life. In fact, I was lucky enough to go to university and to follow my dream of becoming a teacher!

What is your dream job? Draw a picture of yourself doing your dream job and post it on your blog. You could be a doctor, an actor or even a zookeeper! I have drawn myself taking a picture of a beautiful castle in Poland because I would love to become a travel blogger and photographer one day.

Back in the 1800s, most Māori ate a simple diet. They ate foods that they could catch in the water (eg. fish) or grow on the land (eg. kumara). They did not have access to a supermarket to buy food for their meals! Speaking of meals, what is your favourite meal? Mine is wood-fired pizza. Yum!

On your blog, post a picture of your favourite meal. Be sure to tell us what it is and why it is your favourite. You could also include the recipe if you have it so that we can all try it!
My Favourite is lasagna and rice.

In the 1800s, most families were pretty big. In fact, many parents had an average of seven to nine children.  Imagine that you were a child in the 1800s and you had nine siblings.

On your blog, please tell us how you would feel. Would you enjoy being a member of such a large family? Why or why not?
yes i love a huge family but not that much.I love to joy the member of the family cause the family seem ok cause i can go to other sibling to play with them.

victorian family.jpg

Activity 2: Acknowledging Ancestry
All of us are members of a family. Some of us have large families and some of us have very small families. When I have the opportunity to talk about my family and my ancestry I sometimes choose to use a pepeha. It is a very special way of identifying who I am and where I come from. There are many different versions of pepeha but most provide people with information about who you are and where you come from (i.e. your whakapapa). Use the template provided below to prepare your own unique pepeha. If you need help please watch this short movie clip on preparing a pepeha.

Ko Tapuaenuku maunga   
Ko pūao te awa         
Ko hetimana te waka
Ko Makianu Nooroa tōku tīpuna
Ko Auckland  tōku iwi          
Ko 1, Bagnall,Ave tōku marae
Ko New Zealand ahau
Ko Hemi rāua ko Templeōku mātua  My parents are
Ko Hazel tōku ingoa.

Everyone’s family is unique. What makes your family special? Choose three people close to you and ask them what their two favourite things to do in summer are.

On your blog, write two fun facts about each person. For example, my Nana plays the
We had  have lots new coming events we had lots of fun like Strawberry picking.
We had selfie me and my sisters and brother the selfie is all about strawberry picking look at all of this selfie i took and my mum.

Activity 1: The Waiata - A Song in Your Heart
In the past, Māori would often use song as a way of sharing information or communicating emotions.  A waiata is the name given to a traditional Māori song. One of my all-time favourite waiata is Kia Paimarie. What about you?

Use Google to research traditional Māori Waiata. Listen to a number of Waiata and read the lyrics. On your blog tell us which one of the waiata you found you like the most. Why do you like it?  Poi E  I found it's good it's like  Introduce yourself to the people and god.

Hundreds of years ago, young Māori children were taught to play a number of games, including Poi Rakau, Ki O Rahi, Koruru Taonga and Poi Toa. Read about each of these four games on the Rangatahi tu Rangatira website. Have you played any of them before? Isn’t it cool how the games have been passed down for generations?

Choose one game, and on your blog, tell us the (i) name of the game, (ii) the goal or purpose of the game, and (iii) two rules. Ki O Rahi: Te Ao,Te Ara,Te Marama is the outside.Pawero/Te Motu is the yellow circle,Te Roto is the big blue circle,Te Wairua is the small circle,Tapaparoa,Kahaaraiti,kaharranui is the marking.

You could try playing some of the games with a friend.

In New Zealand, a huge festival is held every two years, called Te Matatini. This performing arts festival celebrates the tikanga (culture or customs) of Māori. Kapa Haka groups from around New Zealand are invited to attend the festival and each group gives a 25-minute performance. The performances are judged and the best teams win prizes.

The gold medal winning team from this year (2017) was Te Kapa Haka o Whāngārā Mai Tawhiti.

Watch these three clips from previous Te Matatini festivals.

3. Te Iti Kahurangi

2.  Te Puku o Te Ika

Day 5: The Dawn of a New Era…
From the 1840s onwards, many European settlers came to live in New Zealand. It was a difficult period in New Zealand’s history. As the settlers began to outnumber the Māori, a great war erupted between the two groups as they fought for access to land to build homes and establish communities.

Unlike the Māori, many of the European settlers didn’t speak Te Reo Māori. Instead, they spoke English. As you can imagine, it was very difficult for the two groups to communicate because they did not have a dictionary or a translator. These days we are able to use the Internet to translate words and phrases from one language to another.

Use Google Translate to translate the following five phrases from English to Te Reo Māori or from Te Reo Māori to English. Post the translations on your blog. Be sure to include the phrase in both the English and Māori to earn full points.


  1. Nau mai ki Aotearoa.  Welcome to New Zealand
  2. ____ is my name. Ko toku ingoa
  3. What is your name? He aha  ingoa
  4. He pai taku ki te takaro i te whutupaoro. I like to play Rugby
  5. Where do you come from? No hea Koe

Activity 2: The Treaty of Waitangi
On 6 February 1840, a very special document was signed by the Māori chiefs and the British settlers in New Zealand. It was called the Treaty of Waitangi (Te Tiriti o Waitangi) and it outlined how the two groups would live together and work together in New Zealand. It was the first document of its kind to be signed in the entire world. The Treaty was signed in a place called Waitangi in northern New Zealand.

Follow this Waitangi village link to read about the village of Waitangi.

On your blog, tell us three fun things that you can do as a visitor in Waitangi. Which one would you like to do the most?
  1. You can take a tour along the Waitangi River.
  2. Maori is History.

After the Treaty of Waitangi was signed, New Zealand became a British colony. Many other countries in the world are also British colonies including Canada, South Africa, Australia, India and Malaysia. As a group they were, and still are, called the ‘Commonwealth’ countries. Years ago, a man named Melville Marks Robinson was asked to organize a sporting competition for people living in the Commonwealth countries. It is called the Commonwealth Games. The first ever event took place in Hamilton, Canada in 1930.

Athletes from New Zealand have competed in the Commonwealth Games for years. In the most recent Commonwealth Games event in Glasgow, Scotland New Zealand athletes won a total of 45 medals. The next Commonwealth Games will be held in 2018 in the Gold Coast, Australia. Hundreds of athletes are competing for the chance to represent NZ at the games (to 'Earn the Fern').

One of New Zealand’s gold-medal-winning Commonwealth athletes was a man named Bill Kini. Bill won a gold medal at the 1966 Commonwealth Games for being the best heavyweight boxer. He was a man of many talents! He played rugby in Ōtāhuhu in the 1960s and later moved to Whangarei.

Imagine that you could interview Bill. What would you ask him about his time at the 1966 Commonwealth Games. What would you want to know? I’d like to know how he had time to train for two sports at once.

On your blog, write four questions that you would ask Bill Kini.
How long did it took him to train?
How many Gold Medals did you won?
How many years you train?
Do you work hard?ManageActivity