Thursday, 14 September 2017
The moon is a special rock which orbits the earth. The earth is about 384 400 km. The moon is much smailer then the earth. If you went to visit the moon You world weigh less on the moon. If a giraffe was on the moon it it well weigh as much as a baby tiger on earth. The moon dose not have eny light of it's own it can sometimes be yellow. Humans lunched rocket into space. Humans was allowed to wake on the moon. No one has visited the moon for more then 40 years. Only 12 people has
Monday, 4 September 2017
Did you know that there are 9 plants in the solar system? The sun is in the centre of the solar system. The closet plant to the sun is mercury.
Earth is called the goldilocks planet because it is not too cold, not too hot, it is just right for living things. 70% of the Earth is covered in water.
The sun is the hottest part of our solar system. It is not a planet, it is a star. It takes 8 minutes for light to get in to Earth. The sun is 110 times bigger then the Earth. Some people think that Pluto is not a planet because of how small it. It is so small some people cannot see it.
Thursday, 3 August 2017
Wednesday, 5 July 2017
My dream holiday is to go to my nan and pops house. Itwould be good if all my family. Can go to the beach and swim and go to sleep and. There would be no sharks we would look for some cockles and every morning I would have KFC every time for dinner I would have Chicken and chips every morning tea I would have fish and chips and I would go to my nana and pop's house in the car. We would also go to the GI pools and then go to the park then go home
Thursday, 22 June 2017
Friday, 9 June 2017
On Thursday Team 2 visited Auckland Museum. We wanted to learn heaps more about Matariki and the Maori New year. When we got there we had lunch. Room 26 went upstairs and the rest of us started downstairs. We ate our morning tea and then we put our bags in the lockers. Next we went to the Weird and wonderful room. We were in groups and 2 of them went up the ramp and the others went the other way. We saw a bear and then we went to the volcano room and the marae. We went into Whaea Jo and Whaea Leigh's room. In there we put on some ta moko. The girls got some ruru on their chins and then we made some ipu out of clay that we were allowed to take home. I felt happy because I loved making ipu and I liked the ta moko on my chin.