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Friday, 16 November 2018

All about Wolves

Today we had book week we looked at a book called wolves  by Emily Gravett  she is a british author. For this DLO I had to check if myths about wolves were true or not. This DLO shows the myths and facts about wolves one of the myths is do they hunt in packs the fact was Wolves do hunt in packs of six to ten.

All about Meerkats



This week we had book week we looked at a book called Meerkat mail by Emily Gravett  she is a british author. For this DLO I worked with Mataio we made a DLO About the meerkats. This DLO shows the Meerkats Diet it habitat the appearence/features and some facts about the meerkats. Did you know that Meerkat means Lake cat

Friday, 9 November 2018

Armistice Day Commemoration




Today the whole of Panmure bridge school had a special Commemoration for Armistice day.At the start of the commemoration we planted poppies and every class signed a poppy and then two people from each class put their poppies on the fence . There was a special Guest From the NZ Defense Force and we sang Reveille, Last Post and Mrs Kirkpatrick Read In Flanders Field. Mr Johnston is going to plant three Olive tress that show that the school has hope and love.

Thursday, 1 November 2018

Battle of the somme



Yesterday me and ofa finished our Collaborative Comprehension DLO about  the battle of the somme. In the story the brithish army had to join the french army and they had to attack  the german army. This was apart of our inquiry session and we got geven some questions about the battle. This was a fun and new activity.

Monday, 15 October 2018

Formal and informal Language

Formal:
I thought I’d write/ I am writing to complain about the state of the yard/condition of the playground.
Over the last two weeks, I have noticed loads of rubbish/a great deal of litter.

Informal:

How are you?/I trust this letter finds you well. I’ve been dead busy/extremely busy since your last letter.
We have to work really hard at school to get ready/in preparation for our PAT tests.

These examples show formal and informal language. For this activity we read each text then we would change the color of the answer that best fits each sentence of formal or informal. This activity teaches you how you use them and where you use them, so if you were to write a email for a job interview or colleagues you would use formal language, but if  you were to text your friend you would normally use informal language.  

Friday, 28 September 2018

Native New Zealand animal fact page

 
  Today i finished my reading DLO about Native New Zealand animals for a book that LS2 will be making. The Animal i picked was a huia it is an extinct bird that was last found 25 of December 1907. If you want to read more about Huia's Read My DLO (digital Learning Object).

Thursday, 20 September 2018

Spaghetti Bridge testing

 2nd Group

 1st group

 2nd group Testing

 1st group Testing


Today for Inquiry Ms Kirkpatrick's inquiry group has been building bridges out of spaghetti for the past two to three weeks. It was a challenge, but today we managed to finish it. For this task I have been working with two groups which is Jeremiah, Christopher, and Ofa and Jack, Sanujan and Jericho. The First group I was with (Me, Jack, Sanujan and Jericho) Built a truss Bridge which could hold Seven bricks. The Second group I was with (Me, Jeremiah, Christopher and Ofa) built a Cantilever Bridge. Sadly it could only hold one brick. It was a fun day and a fun three weeks building the bridges.