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Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Eve-My sgraffito.

                         
My sgraffito shows Mokoia Pa. In Mokoia Pa there was a fortified village on a hill that was very protected with Maori people.Mokoia Pa was built on a volcano. The people grew vegetables from the fertile. In Tamaki River there was a lot of fish that you could hunt, cook, then eat for food. In the olden days Panmure used to have a swing bridge but then they changed and named it  Panmure Bridge.


WALT:I learnt how to create a sgraffito. I  learnt about Mokoia Pa. We also learnt about the two previous Panmure Bridges.

Monday, April 9, 2018

All about me.

Malo,Talofa lava and greetings to you all.My name is Eve. I am nine years old, turning ten. I have one brother, one sister and a new born baby on the way. My bigger siblings names are Faith and  Bruce. I go to Tamaki Primary School and I am Samoan Cook Island and Maori. I am good at basketball and netball. In Room 8 I enjoy learning new things. My goal for this year is to focus on my learning and to not talk to anyone well doing my work.


Thank you for reading.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Waku tapu by Jeff Evans

                                 

                           Waka tapu by Jeff Evans.

What is this article about?
A long time ago polynesian voyagers sailed.
A long and dangerous journey.Polynesian voyages sailed 10,000 nautical miles on the pacific ocean.from New Zealand to Rapanui and back.Polynesian voyagers sailed a long time ago.

Monday, December 11, 2017

Friday, December 8, 2017

Santa letter

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Dear Santa
Thank you so much for giving us present’s.
When I opened my present I was really happy
that i got the things that I requested.The thing
I liked about my present Is a book to draw In,
colouring book and colouring marker’s because Me,My
Mum and brother love to colour.But I really
loved the cake splat game which is kind of like
pie face. when I went home me and
my mum did drawing on the princess
book that had blank pages on it also Thank
you so much I appreciate your kindness.


Love Eve Allini kaitai samu

Trees for survival.

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Did you know NZ is Covered By 40% of Grassland  
in our land.In NZ The trees will suck up carbon dioxide
and turn it into oxygen so we can breath.In Auckland and
other countries they chop down trees for wood to build
houses,furniture and paper.
Without trees we won’t have oxygen to breath or
shade to sit under if a disaster happens.

Links to tree video’s
Watch and enjoy


Wednesday, November 29, 2017