Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Character Descriptions

We have been learning to describe the physical features of a character.  We needed to include adjectives, similes and strong/interesting vocabulary choices in our writing.  Here are some of our descriptions.  Find more on individual blogs.


Nana
Surprisingly my nana’s soft smooth wrinkled skin is like a pillow that is smooth and comfy. When I strolled down the hallway I caught a glimpse of her goldish blazing brown eyes that
Were polished like a sunny sun.Without hesitation I saw white cringe hair like a cloud in the air. After her shower she wore her murky black PJ’s that looked like a dark cave. All of a sudden I saw her colour she was tan like a luminous latex brown.Suddenly she got Up and stepped slowly like a sloth moving to the kitchen.

By Victor

The Man
Without hesitation, I stared at short and brown hair. I’m not going to lie I am actually impressed how intelligent this man could possibly be. Without warning, he spent most of his life indoors. Surprisingly, he is as lazy as a tired cat. In a blink of an eye, I stared at him outside my classroom and noticed he created all those cool rules. He actually has tiny and small ears poking out of his head
By Abhishek

The Lady
As I peer out the side of my eye I could see her move in her slow pace. The wind blows against her making her blonde hair glide behind her like its a cape. I look closely at her skin,  it was glowing like honey glow to a bear. If you listen closely you could hear her brown boots go thump as she walks on the pavement. I got a glimpse of her bright blue eyes. I am walking behind her seeing she is wearing a silky t-shirt and a baggy pants that are as black night.
By Xylia

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori

This week is Maori Language Week (Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori). Room 19 have been making resources that can be used to teach someone else some basics in Te Reo Maori.

Here are some of our resources to teach you Te Reo.


By Connor and Barron

By Christopher and Abhishek

By Liliana

By Charlotte


Sunday, September 10, 2017

Worm Farming!

The P.H.S Kaitiaki Leaders (Enviro Leaders) have recently purchased new worm farms. These are used for recycling food instead of sending this to the landfill.

Kaitiaki Leaders with the new worm farms

Room 19 decided to investigate what they should and should not send to the worm farms.  Here are some posters illustrating what they found out.



Wednesday, August 30, 2017

School Speech & Poetry Competition

Today was the School Speech and Poetry Competition.  There were 4 finalists representing their year levels from Year 3 through to Year 6.

Congratulations to Christopher and Ryan, finalists from Room 19, who did a superb job presenting their speeches.




Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Diamante Poems

We have been learning to write Diamante Poems. 

These poems have two topics that are opposite.  For each topic you have to describe them using adjectives, state what actions they use using verbs and name some items related to them using nouns.

Enjoy!






Limericks

Room 19 learnt how to write Limerick poems. Here are some of those written. Please check out individual student blogs to see more.


There once was a boy named Daniel
Who made a nice friend: Manual
Who could turn into a Car
And go very Far
They made it a great Annual

By Christopher


There once was a boy named Troy
He really loved to destroy
He destroyed a car
And chucked it far
He was a very bad boy

By Connor











By Ala

Monday, July 31, 2017

Cook Island Language Week

This week is Cook Island Language Week.

We have learnt the following phrases:
Kia orana - Hello
Ka kite - Goodbye
Pe'ea koe? - How are you?
Meitaki Maata - I'm good thank you

Watch the video of Blaize and Connor talking using these phrases.

video