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Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Swimming



When we went swimming I saw the coaches. I was very excited. F
irst they had to test us. When they were testing us I had to partner up with Kaufana.

We had to swim half a length of the pool and then come back. The coaches said that Kaufana and I were in group two. The coaches told us that they will always come on Tuesdays and Thursdays to coach us.

Although I love swimming, sometimes I forget to bring my togs and sometimes I don’t feel like swimming, especially if it is cold. Before we start to swim we always have to have a shower and when we get into the pool we have to go our coaches.

I love to go swimming because it helps you if you are stuck in the middle of the sea. If you can’t swim you will drown.    
Monday, 25 March 2013


How toys work 


Toys can work by a push, a pull, a spin, a press or some toys work by winding them. This toy in the picture works by a press. This toy came from McDonald's. It is very old. It can work by pressing the palm tree on top. There is a spring inside that forces the chair to sway back and forth. It is a fun toy to play with!
Friday, 15 March 2013
Kia ora



My name is Asiana and I am 10 yrs old. I was born in a awesome hospital named Middlemore in Auckland. I live in Glen Innes, Auckland. I am of Maori and Niuean cultures. I have 3 brothers, 1 sister and my parents. I am the second to last child in my family.
The things that I like are chocolate, purple and black colours, butter chicken, running, fruit, puppies, studying, and being with my friends. My friends are Melissa, Maia, Tupou , Tainah , Tupou Rose, Siua, and Angelina. I like chocolate because it is delicious. I like studying because I like to learn about the world. I also like fruit because it keeps me
healthy and the fruit are tasty. I like butter chicken because  it is a delicious curry.

I am not very good at sports, swimming, athletics, softball and maths. I don't like sports because it is too hard. Maths is hard because I find the strategies impossible to learn. However, I am trying very hard to master this
Thursday, 14 March 2013
Learning how to swim


 


Learning how to swim is very important to everyone in the world, so that is why we have swimming coaches at our school. Every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays Glen Innes aquatic center coaches come to our school and teaches us how to swim. It is so important to learn how to swim because if you're out in the water and panicking you just might drown. Our swimming coaches teach us a lot and I go to all swimming lessons therefore I am very good at swimming. So you should learn how to swim too.      

Wednesday, 13 March 2013


Walt: write a narrative

One day there was a Polyfest. It was in Auckland. Me my mum and my brothers and sisters went to the Polyfest. It was awesome. When we got there I got hungry so we went to buy some kebabs. It was delicious.

A Polyfest is a day that  all the cultures get to perform on stage. It is very scary to perform on stage because if you make a mistake the audience will laugh.  

I was tired and I went to sleep although it was very loud but when I woke up my parents were gone and I was lost. I ran very fast to the security guard, I told him I was lost and I am looking for my parents.

Then I saw my parents. They were in the car sleeping. Me and the guard went to the car and knocked on the window. My mum woke up and said “where have you been?” 

I said “Looking for you, Mum.” 

My mum said “Come lets go now, I am very sleepy.”    
Tuesday, 12 March 2013

                                Learning to Swim



Swimming is a good so you don't drown.  At school we go swimming everyday. On Tuesdays and Thursdays we have coaches that teach us swimming. I am in the third group which is the highest group.  Learning to swim is easy if you listen.  First, if you don't know how to swim, you start with a board then with no board.  After all that you learn how to breath. Finally you can swim.


Monday, 11 March 2013
This is me.

Hi my name is Lanu.   I was born in 2002 in New Zealand.  I am in a lovey class called room 9 and  I am a New Zealander Kiwi.

I am 10 year’s old and  I am the third youngest  in my family. I have two  brothers called , Naia and Tuki. I got four sister call Auariki,  Matharoot, Mafi and Nipa.

I like to play sports, like soccer and I  like the colour blue, green, black and rainbow colours.  Mr. Ramkolowan is the best teacher  in room 9.  

My family is from Tonga and Tuvalu.  Sometime on a Friday I go to my rugby club with Koli and Lusa, my cousins, or we go to Point England and play.