On Monday the 19th of February ako 3 went outside to play a game and the game was called human knot we all went into our groups when we got into our groups we all had to grab someone's hand and then you need to un knot our hands when all of our hands let go then that means that our team needs to start again when we come in a nice circle we can go line up and go to class the first team was done was green the second was blue it was fun but hard at the same time.
Friday, 16 February 2018
Once Upon a Time there were fairies princesses people knights king and queen the princess name was Oceania one day there was a land called fairyland one day the King and the Queen said to the princess there is a EMERGENCY in Auckland then Oceania said to the king and Queen ’’what’s the problem’’ there is eps and heps of rubbish in Auckland because there is people in Auckland that is tagging walking past rubbish and dropping there rubbish in the lake.
One day the princesses and knights came to Auckland when they got in Auckland they saw a fairy with her Magical dust when they saw the fairy they saw her tagging with her own dust then princesses Oceania said”so it was not people that wastraging it was the fairies.
Wednesday, 14 February 2018
Tuesday, 13 February 2018
Friday, 9 February 2018
WALT: use a range of vocabulary in our writing.
WALT: edit our work, checking that all our sentences make sense and that we have full stops and capital letters in the correct places.
Your task: You are going to be writing an text, explaining ‘RESPECT.’ You began to do this when planning for your animation task last week.
Labels: 2018, Writing, Ako 3, Respect, Kaitiakitanga i ngā wā katoa
- TASK 1: Take part in discussions about what ‘RESPECT’ looks like. Come up with words you can use in your writing.
Hint: You may like to share the Ako 3 word bank on your blog!
- TASK 2: Plan for your writing and then begin writing!
You do not need to write into these boxes, but it may help some of you to structure your writing.
Respect for the environment.
Respect to your friends
Respect to your class
Respect to your school.
PARAGRAPH 4 (Optional)
Respect to our wider community
You may want to begin writing here, rather than into the boxes above:
Respect to our friends means showing them what to do the right place at the right time.
Care to our class means telling them what to do and when they are talking we tell them to do the right thing.
Respect to our school is showing the little kids the right thing to do so they can copy the big kids when year 4s and up can show.
Respect to our wider community means care to our wider community don’t walk away from the rubbish.