Today we were writing about what would it feel if we said our mihi
Thursday, 28 June 2018
Monday, 25 June 2018
Wednesday, 13 June 2018
In a far away valley there lived 7 sisters. The six older sisters made kites every year to celebrate the harvest. This year the lucky moment came for Matariki. Matariki, the youngest sister, was now old enough to join the 6 older sisters and make her own kite.
The oldest sister made her kite out of harakeke bush her kite was green. The second sister made kite out of raupo bush her kite was orange. The 3rd sister made her kite out of Manuka tree her kite was pink
The fourth sister made her kite out of puriri tree her kite was red. The 5th was blue the 6 was white and the youngest sister’s kite was rainbow.
The sisters all walked up the hill to fly their kites. there were no wind so the seven sisters tied there kites on a tree the they laid down and then started sleeping. Matariki woke up then saw no kites she was so sad that she started crying she woke up the 6 older sisters. Then Matariki stopped crying the oldest sister said to Matariki those are your stars.
Thursday, 7 June 2018
Have you ever made pikelets? Well my class and I made pikelets yesterday. Yesterday morning we the recipe for the pikelets. When we finished getting the whole recipe we started to make the mix.
We put all of the ingredients in the bowl and then started mixing. I got to cut the chocolate packet open. When the texture was ready we went outside to cook it.
Finally I got to have my pikelet with chocolate. I took my first bite but then I made a sour face it was too salty. Aye-Myat must have put too much salt. I was sad because my friends got the mix that had the right amount of salt and their one tasted better.
Then me and my friends made more pikelets. We sat down on the mat and Miss king our teacher came and gave us a second pikelet for helping, We said thank you and I felt happy because I got that second pikelet.