Friday, August 11, 2017

Auto draw

Kia ora :) I was tutuing with this website called auto draw where you try draw something and it will suggest or think of what your drawing. Then you get options so you don't have to draw! This one is under the sea. You can also add colour like i did and make a drawing stick to another one

Friday, August 4, 2017

Maori verbs

For te reo we have been learning verbs in maori. We had to put gifs and pictures on our slide. This my presentation i found it pretty easy to do most of the words i already knew. Anyway wasy her is my presentation.

Friday, July 28, 2017

Tuna inquiry

Kia ora koutou :) Last term our school theme was based on tuna and takakau. I was meant to post this last term but was busy with other mahi. My question was the history of tuna. I didn't find much hard about this topic an actually enjoyed this topic. The easy part was finding the information on the tuna because their is one sight that really helps called te ara with anything based around maori and it's history.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Gear bag reflection

Hello! For our year 7-8 technology we are doing gear bags. This is my reflection about how i felt about doing our gear bags. My gear bag came out a bit different i didn't think it would look like that but it still looks ok :) Here is my reflection.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Pick a path story

Kia ora eveyrone our task for writing was to make a story related to Matariki. A pick a path is when you have options in the story. I worked with my friends Ocean and Adelia to help me finish my story and present it. I found making up the story and making up options a bit difficult and i found most of the story to make pretty easy. Here it is :)

Thursday, June 29, 2017


Kia ora everyone because it is nearly Matariki our class had a task to do a presentation on Matariki and new years around the world. I partnered up with my friend Ocean for this task. Here it is :)

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Hinaki & Takakau presentation

Kia ora guys at our school we had a competition for Tuna (eel) and Takakau (bread) this was our presentation on our hinaki. A hinaki is a traditional maori eel trap. We made us one and unfortunately didn't catch anything with it. We used a recipe on the internet to make our takakau this is our presentation.