Month: May 2022

Te Reo

This Wednesday we did Teo reo.

First Whaea Odie chose 6 people to come down on the mat, she put down some playing cards, queen and king was kuini and kingi, then she picked up 1, 2, 3, or 4′ cards then she would pick a number that was on a card for example: 2 number 10 card and a number 6 card that is 26 but in maori is rua tokou ma ono.

I enjoyed this because I improved on my bigger numbers in maori.


Diagram labelling

A diagram is observable information lablled on a picture or a poster.

Diagrams show information about how something works or looks.

A diagram is a basic picture that use labels and arrows to explain the object,  for example: hands, hands have nails, fingers, and a palm.

A label is something on a photo or a object giving information.

I enjoyed this task this helped me with making diagrams.


How to write a procedual text

You will be able to write a procedual text after you follow these steps.


  • Book (Any book)
  • Pencil/pen.

Pictures and steps:

Open up your book and find a empty page

  1. Open up the book a find a emty page
  2. Write down a title
  3. Then write a end result
  4. Put down the materials
  5. Then write down the pictures and steps



Commanding Conversation

I did a task called commanding coversation.

To do this task you can pick a range of pictures then write a story.

I enjoy doing this task because I can write a lot of different type of storys on the same picture.


Inferring is guessing extra information from a text or a image.

An infrence is observable things you can see from a image or a text. For example: I can see the woman making somthing, so i can infer she might sell it.


Procedural Text

Procedural Text tells people how to do somthing in steps.

Procedural texts use simple present tense, Numbered list of steps, specific verbs and starting steps with verbs.

The structure of a procedural text is remmebered by using TEMPs.

The T stands for title.

The E stands for end result.

The M stands for material.

Lastly P, P stands for Picture and steps.

Reading Analog

This week we learnt how to read an analog clock.

There’s two different hands, the hour hand and the minute hand.

The hour hand is the short little hand that shows how many hours has passed by, the tall long hand is the minute hand it shows how many minutes has past by.



Soccer skills

Today we learnt soccer skills.

First we learnt how to dribble, we got into 4 groups and dribbled the ball to the group across us, the first whole group that was across won.

Next we played a game, the aim of the game is to keep the ball between your foot and to try not to let the other team steal it.

Then we got into partners and passed the ball to our partner with our non-dominant foot.

I enjoyed learning the new soccer skills. I did well on passing the ball to my partner. and I need to improve on passing the ball with my non – dominant foot.





Parts of Speech

A part of a speech in English are noun, adjectives, verbs, and adverbs.

Nouns are places, people, and things.

Adjectives describes words for example words like beautiful.

Verbs are things we do like action words, for example eat or climb.

Adverbs are phrases that have an adjective and a verb, adverbs also often ends with a ly.

Parts of speechs are different kind of words.


Osbervable and literal information

Osbervable Information is something that can be seen directly. Litrel information is information that is printed or written down.

Obervable information can be seen without guessing extra information, for example, on the first slide there is a boy wearing a red t – shirt.

Literal infomation can be seen in images or text.

Osberbable information and literal information is a true piece of information from a text or image.