Friday, 18 August 2017

Reflections Term 3 week 4

Hello It's the end of week 4. I have got the weekly 3. (three blog posts) For my writing this week I have my PrEP letter (below)

Writing WALT: To sell yourself to someone to get a PrEP job.

Mamaku Hub
Grey Main School
Joyce Cresent
Greymouth

11th August 2017

Dear Debbie,

Hello, my name is Rhys, I am a year five, i’m in Mamaku 2 and I want to apply for Secretary because I know what to do as a Secretary like completing Action plans. As a secretary I will do a lot of typing, I’m alright at typing so I think I will do fine.

I will be good for this job because I have experience I know how to do my jobs easily so when I’m finished I can help my group make more products. I can work Independently so I don’t need anyone to help me. For example I am a full licence holder and an ambassador.

What I’m trying to say is I will be a great Secretary for ‘Gadget Gang’ (my group).

Yours sincerely
Rhys Anderson


This week for literacy I have my persuasive letter 
Literacy WALT: To persuade Your buddy to play a game.


141 Shakspeare St,
Greymouth 7805


Friday 4 August, 2017


Dear Matthew,
I am going to talk to you about why you
should play Seaweed.


When the class plays you just talk to Will and your
Friends instead of joining in.  It is fun when you join in,
because then I can play with all my
Friends.


You can get more fit playing
seaweed so then you can run around in
soccer better. For example if someone ran past you you could run back so they can’t score.


You should play seaweed because you might succeed and win! I hope you use this writing to convince someone else to play.

Numeracy WALT: To find the meanings of Mass, Capacity, Area & Volume
For numeracy I have my numeracy word work


That's all for this week, Bye!

Friday, 23 June 2017

Reading, Reflections, Term 2, Week 8

This week group 5 read sleepy koalas and did the main Ideas about the story in a google doc here is mine.

Sleepy koalas


  1. They sleep for 20 hrs and eat for 4 hrs.
  2. They were nearly extinct because people killed them for meat and fur.
  3. They eat gum leaves
  4. The name “koala”  comes from an Aboriginal word meaning no drink [koalas don't drink]
  5. When they are babies they are the size of a bee.

Thanks for reading :)

description, Reflections, Term 2, Week 8

This week M1 literacy has chosen a family member to describe I have chosen my mum for my description. you can see it just here. 



Can you picture her? 
Bye :-)

Friday, 16 June 2017

Literacy, Reflections, Term 2, Week 7

This week group 5 which is my group has chosen a book called 
here goes. I won't spoil it but you can see my summary here.   

video

I hope you like it.

Literacy, Reflection, Term 2, Week 7

Last week Miss Reissmann The Mamaku 1 teacher had her birthday so Mamaku 1 decided to do a description about her. here is mine. [ I did this in a different font but blogger didn't let me do it :( ]

Helga Reissmann

There once was a woman called Helga Reissmann. she is 50 years old and has 3 children. Her hair is blonde like a lion's mane. Her eyes are light blue like the sky. she is quite tall and thin. She has a silver bar in her ear with little balls at the end as silver as a star in the night sky. She Wears black jeans with a black long sleeve

t  shirt and a jacket over it. She also has square black glasses and a oval face. Her face colour is about this font colour.


Thanks for reading :)

Friday, 2 June 2017

Art, Reflections, Term 2, Week 5

Good morning It's Friday and I have a art post for you. A few weeks ago we ( Mamaku ) have been doing Robert Delaney art here is mine I really hope you like it.

WALT: Use collage to create art in the style of Robert Delaney



Do you like it I think it look like a little person. thanks for reading bye.

Friday, 19 May 2017

Numeracy, Reflection, Term 2, Week 3,

This week I have done my home learning and this is what I did (I used to be on subtraction).