Monday, 31 August 2015

Sports Poem


Sports inspire us,
to compete.
Winning over losing,
is much more sweet.

We do it because,
we love the game.
Life without sports,
would not be the same.

Plenty of water,
we must constantly drink.
As we push our bodies,
to their very brink.

Sports bring out,
our inner drive,
To make the play,
we often dive.

We sacrifice everything,
for our team,
because a championship,
is our only dream.

Friday, 28 August 2015

Job: Moonshine

Job: Moonshiner

Job Description:
  • Moonshiner is someone or some people who make distilled illegal alcohol
  • Moonshine, white lightning, mountain dew, hooch, and white whiskey are terms used to describe high-proof distilled spirits that are generally produced illicitly. Moonshine is typically made with corn mash as the main ingredient.

  • $200,000 a year, tax free
  • $120 per gallon

  • Qualified for brewing
  • Brewing
  • Precision
  • Timing
  • Accuracy

Tuesday, 25 August 2015



Today during maths my maths group and I did a maths problem. The maths problem we did was down below
I did place value partitioning to solve my answer.

Marilyn needs to fertilise her front lawn. It measures 20 metres by 35 metres. Each bag of the fertiliser that she plans to use covers approximately 200m2. How many bags should she buy?

Remember: length X width
20 x 30 = 600
20 x 5 = 100
600 + 100 = 700
20 x 35 = 700
700 ÷  2 = 350
700 ÷ 200 = 3.5

She should buy 4 bags and use half of it and use the other half when she does her lawn again

Thursday, 20 August 2015



Today in my class my maths group and I were working on the same question and one of them were
On Saturday we will have a fundraiser car wash for our camp. To save water, for each van we will use only 0.75 litres of water. For a small car like Miss Elia’s car we will use 0.5 litres of water.  How much water do we need to wash 5 vans? How much water do we need to wash 5 cars like Miss Elia’s car?

This is how I worked it out
  1. 0.70 x 5 = 3.5
           0.05 x 5 = 0.25
          0.20 + 0.50 = 0.70
          0.05 + 0.00 = 0.05
         3.0 + 0.70 + 0.05 = 3.75

        2.  0.50 x 5 = 2.50

Tuesday, 18 August 2015

New Zealand Immigrants

Last week I have been reading some sites based on Early English Migration. Down below is the link so can you please try it out.

Friday, 7 August 2015

My Quiz

Today in class I made a quiz about the All Blacks. I made ten questions about the all blacks. These questions below are the questions I used in the quiz. 

Question 1. Who played the all blacks in the 2011 rwc final?

Question 2.? Who defeated the All Blacks last year?

Question 3. Who is the best open side flanker?

Question 4. How many times have the All Blacks won the rwc? 

Question 5. Who is the starting half back?

Question 6. Who scored their debut try against Samoa?

Question 7. Who is the starting no.2?

Question 8. Who is the best first-five?

Question 9. Who did the All Blacks play against last?

Question 10. When was the first time the All Blacks win the rwc? 

This is the link if you want to try it out?

Car Seats

Car seats

Car seats are important for children under 148 centimetres. It is very dangerous if a child isn't in a car seat or booster seat because the seat belt will be strapped around the neck or it will be lose so if there is a crash the child would be able to get out. You will get a fine if you don't put a child in a car seat or booster seat. Make sure the child is strapped in tight so they are not able to get out.