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Friday, 30 September 2016
Name: Siunipa                                                                   


ENDANGERED NEW ZEALAND BIRDS


We were learning about endangered birds and what will kill them if they are not kept safe,and my teacher put the assessment sheet we had to work on and it was about the endangered birds. I also had to list down some predators


  1. Make a list of some endangered birds in New Zealand.
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Takahe      There are 200 Takahe's left in the world.


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Black Robin  There are only 250 Black Robin’s left in the world.


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Kakapo  There are only 40 Kakapos left in the world.


2.  Why have these birds become endangered?
These defenseless birds were an easy food source for the first humans, ancestors of the New Zealand Maoris, and later European settlers. People brought with them a host of predators: dogs, cats, weasels, possums, and rats.

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3.  What can you do to help endangered birds?

I can help by picking up rubbish because sometimes bird’s think that plastic bags are food and eat the plastic then they could die.





Thursday, 29 September 2016


Our Japanese teacher taught us some Japanese phrases.


Japan, Japanese, Map, Flag, Red, Outline, Borders

We learnt that to say :

How are you? in Japanese it is “Ogenki desu ka”


My name is…. in Japanese it is "
Watashi no namae wa…."


Goodbye in Japanese is "Sayonara"


Hello in Japanese is "Konnichiwa"


Thank you in Japanese is "Arigatou"


We also learnt to count:


100 in Japanese is "Hyaku"


1,000 in Japanese is "Sen"



Wednesday, 28 September 2016
NAME:  Joedzy                                                       DATE:  2 June 2016


The food’s journey to the large intestine.
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This explains how the food that you eat enters your large intestine.


First your mouth bites the food into little pieces then your saliva wraps it up to go down your esophagus while your tongue helps push it down.  
When the food is in your esophagus your esophagus muscles pushes down to your stomach.


When the food is in your stomach gastric acid turns it into liquid.


When the food turns into liquid your small intestine digests the food and take in all the nutrients.


Finally what remains enters the large intestine. Here your large intestine collects the water and excretes the waste.



This kid had a dream of becoming a olympic swimmer and he followed through with it. When he was a teenager he started to train and he got to the Tokyo olympics.