Thursday, 22 May 2014

This is my Samoan Language week

Talofa lava my name is Samoa and I’m going to tell you about Samoan Language Week. Samoan Language Week is from Monday 26th may until Friday 30th may 2014. The Theme for 2014 is “Taofi mau i au measina”  which means “hold Fast to your treasures.”

I’m going to teach you some Samoan words and phrases now Aso Sa means  Sunday  Aso Gafua means  Monday aso lua means  tuesday Aso lulu means wednesday  Aso tofi  means  thursday Aso faraile means Friday Aso To’onai saturday that is all the day of the week.

Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Samoa's maths

Kyron has saved $36 in pocket money. Mitchell has saved $12. How much money do they have between them?
(Show your working out here!)

Samoa's maths

Samoa has 27 rugby cards and Kaden has 9. How many do they have altogether?
(Show your working out here - I want to see how you can use the strategy we have been learning as a group!)

my flipsnack


Friday, 16 May 2014

Samoa milk for school

Fonterra Milk for school is a programme for school children to get milk every day at school. Each week, a milk truck comes to the school with boxes of milk which get put into classroom. Every student gets a carton of milk to drink. Once you have drunk it dry, you need to fold it flat it up and put it in the recycling bin.

The first reason why milk is important to drink is that it keeps you hydrated. It gives you energy to play and learn. The calcium in the milk helps to make you bones and teeth strong, which is important so you don’t break a lot of bones.

It is very fun having milk at school it keeps you focused on what you a learning in class time and it keeps you some energy.

Thursday, 8 May 2014

Samoa's math

Kyron took 12 photos on the iPad at assembly but Mitchell deleted 7 of them. How many photos are left on the iPad?

Our Holiday

After the school holiday I  had a barbecue with my family and we ate barbecue  and some tongan food. They were yummy yummy delicious!  And then my family went home for school and my cousin was waiting for her mum. Then we went to pack’n save to buy lunch for school.

On Monday it was school day for everybody and when I got there my teacher said “good morning Samoa” and I said “morning”. She was wearing a tutu and she was all wearing green for our immersion assembly.

Tuesday, 6 May 2014