In reading we read a book about building a wharenui. This is my creation about the book.
Thursday, 10 August 2017
How to make Takakau
We are learning to follow the structure of a procedural text.
Introduction: Takakau is a maori bread that was first made when the Europeans came to New Zealand and they brought flour to the country. You use butter and syrup to soften it or you can have it with a boil up.
1 teaspoon salt (to your taste)
2 cups flour
2 teaspoon baking powder (optional)
100 ml milk or water
First we put in the flour then the baking poder, salt and milk
Next step is to mix the ingredients together and then you will get Dough.
Once you get there just use your hands to mix it. Or just knead it for a minute.
Then put flour on a baking tray and shape the dough so it is 2cm thick.
And then bake the mixure for thirty minutes at 200 degrees celcius.
Tuesday, 4 July 2017
- Matariki is 7 stars up in the sky and is the Māori name for the cluster of stars also known as the Pleiades.
- Matariki. Matatriki is 7 stars and back in the days maori people people used to kill animals and and gather food and that like new years for the moari people. And it's the eye of god.
- During matariki. They have are feast and when we look at the sky but naked eye we can see the 7 stars or we can use are telescope, or lense.
- What is matariki? Matariki is the Māori name for the cluster of stars also known as the Pleiades. It rises in mid-winter and for many Māori, it heralds the start of a new year. Matariki literally means the 'eyes of god' mata ariki or 'little eyes' mata riki.
Monday, 10 April 2017
Friday, 24 March 2017
By Philippa Werry
We are learning to: identify particular points of view and recognise that texts can position a reader
A group of people chucking rubbish
Its is a petro but the full name of it.
It's like energy
A resource is a source or supply from which benefit is produced.
(of a substance or object) capable of being decomposed by bacteria or other living organisms and thereby avoiding pollution.And decomposed is a dead body found.
capable of being decomposed by the action of light, especially sunlight
New Zealanders use around three million plastic bags a day.(thatś over a bilion bags each year.)
Take your cloth bags when you go shopping-or reuse a cardboard box.
Up to 100 000 marine animals,mostly whales,seals and turtles die each year around the world after eating or becoming tangled in plastic bags.
Make sure your family keeps a stash of old plastic bags or cloth,a box, or even a laundry basket in the car for unexpected purchases
The average new zealand family has collected sixty bags after just four trips to the supermarket.
If you do end up with plastic bags,try to reuse them as bin liners or for anything else useful you can think of.
Create. The plastic bag is bad because its causes bag and poison thing and it kills sea creatures if they eat it.. And New Zealanders use around three million plastic bags a day and sometimes
Friday, 3 February 2017
Hi my name is Simeon i was born in New Zealand, but I am Samoan, which is in the Pacific Ocean. I was raised in south Auckland, but now I live in east Auckland. I love to do rugby and would like to become a carpenter for my work when I am older. My favourite thing is ice cream and eating any kind of food.
Friday, 27 May 2016
(: (_Loto_) :)
Loto is a person that’s helpful and kind.
Lover of a strong farther.
He’s 11 years he’s good at rugby,touch,and riper rugby.
Allso he wants to go to nice places
Lover of music and games.
Maselino is great and kind
Lover of games
Scared for snakes and black widow spider
He’s good at rugby,soccer, and handball.
Son of are nice mum