Monday, January 1, 2018

Summer Learning Journey, Week 1: Day 2 - Activity 1

A House Or A Home

Some Wharepuni's have carvings of taniwha's and other kinds of māori creatures. My house that I live in, has no carvings at all. Lots of Wharepuni's that I have seen look way bigger then my house. 

By Cassandra 

Sunday, December 24, 2017

Summer Learning Journey, Week 1: Day 1 - Bonus Activity

Waka Ama

In my opinion I would like to be in a Waka Ama race because I like challenging activities. I also think it would be a whole lot of fun. I bet if I started rowing a waka, I would get really fit. If I ever made it into a waka ama race, I would enjoy it but at the same time I would feel tired and exhausted. It must be a lot of exercise!

By Cassandra   

Saturday, December 23, 2017

Summer Learning Journey, Week 1: Day 1 - Activity 2


Kia Ora Sam,

Today I had a very fun and exciting opportunity to go on a Waka. I went with some family members, We went 92 miles away from home. I loved it. When we were on the waka, we saw rocks all over the place. I am very glad that we didn't crash into any of them. I enjoyed making conversations with my family.

From Cassandra

Friday, December 22, 2017

Summer Learning Journey, Week 1: Day 1 - Activity 1

Māui and the giant fish!

Here are 3 facts that I have learnt about Maui.

1. Maui is very persevering because he always keeps trying and never gives up.
2. Maui is a lifesaver because he brought our land to us by catching a giant fish.
3. Maui is a brave young man who loves adventures.

Maui is a famous Maori legend who loves going on fun adventures. Maui has done many challenging things. Whenever Maui wants to do something difficult, his brothers always butt in and say "No, you are way to young". When his brothers say that to him he says to himself "No I'm not to young, I'm old enough".

By Cassandra.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Kia Ora everyone,
In Henderson Class we have been learning about Collaboration. We learned it in Cyber smart.