Friday, 23 June 2017

Learning In Digi Tech So Far

In Moana hour of Code we had to complete 20 levels of coding it was really fun and funny at the end when we made the enemy's do a Haka using commands like jump and shake.
On scratch we were learning more about coding. It was really fun getting backdrops and broadcasting.
For this activity we wrote down some examples of the healthy living in the Tamaki Community. One of the examples was the food. 

Thursday, 22 June 2017


Today we had dance. It was really fun because we got to film what we had so far with our dance. We had a lot of moves. My favourite move was the staircase. It was really funny because I accidentally hit my arm on the hand sanitize.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Time for items to biodegrade

This graph shows how long it take for items to biodegrade. Plastic bags and styrofoam cups take the longest to biodegrade, while leather shoes and nylon fabric take the shortest amount of time to biodegrade.

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Soft Plastics Recycling

Today Mrs. Caroline had a talk to our class about soft plastics recycling. We learnt about the crunch test. The crunch test is when you crunch something into a ball. If you make a ball it is soft plastic and if it doesn't make a ball it is not soft plastic. We also learnt that New Zealanders throw away 1.6 billion plastic bags are thrown away each year which means New Zealanders throw away 4.6 million plastic bags away every day.

Thursday, 15 June 2017


Today for music we were continuing on making our dance moves. Ofa, Fraidon, Josh S and I we working together to make our dance moves. We also had to chose a song that our group was going to do with our dance moves. We also had to choose a music. The music we choose had to suit our dance moves. So if we are doing our moves our music can't be a ballerina song because it doesn't suit. The music had to be at the same speed and beat as our music. My favourite move we did was our staircase move.

Worm Farms

For inquiry we changed teachers so we were working with Mrs Kirkpatrick. It was fun We read 3 articles about France, New York/ San Francisco, and Sydney. I was really amazed how France  banned supermarkets to donate all there left over food to charity's. In the article we read about France it says supermarkets cannot make food rot on purpose. We were writing words on the board that were the most interesting and then we had to pick one to do a DLO about. 

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Shopping Spree

For this maths problem Miki,Shannon and I had to use Highest Common Factor or H.C.F to work out the question and then the problems were division problems. Which made it relatively easy to work them out but not only did we have to find out the price but also how much of a difference it is between the original price so it was also a subtraction problem.