Monday, 25 June 2018

Matariki DLO

Forgot to share this with you but there is my Matariki DLO explaining some questions!

Bee proactive!

This term my school focus has been about bees, So I want to show you my bee proactive DLO.
Feel free to comment on why you like it.

Invertebrate and Vertebrates DLO

Do you like animals?
If you do here is a digital learning object also known as a DLO that talks about animals in many different ways. Enjoy

What am I?

Today I want to share with you a little peace of my work about...
I will give you 8 descriptive sentence about what I look like, where I live and what I do!
Guess who I am?

Friday, 22 June 2018

Matariki food

Today Room 25 wanted to celebrate Matariki by meeting with Hamida and Whaea Puhi in the kitchen and they taught us how to make fried bread!
All we needed was: self raising flour and water!
We added lots of flour and then made a hole to put in the water, we scooped it and saturated it with our palms.
Then we kneaded the dough and flatted it out on the table, cut it evenly and then fried it in oil.
But the traditional way to fry it was frying it in dripping which is animal fat but some kids including me don't eat meat often so we just used plain oil!   
Here are some pictures to show you what it looked like...

Wednesday, 6 June 2018

My Garden

This week at Garden to table I was in the garden.
But the weather wasn't nice to us so we stayed in class and made our own garden with garden planner with is a app so you can destine your own garden...
I didn't finish it but this is my tea garden!

Blog ya latter!

Friday, 1 June 2018

Samoan language week!

Talofalava tangata uma!
This week I wanted post something celebrating Samoan language week and I thought showing you the pics from garden to table would be a great.

faamoemoe oe fiafia 
i ai a lelei aso ma
blog u mulimuli ane

and it means ''Hope you enjoyed, 
have a nice day and blog ya later!
                                                            Till there was none left.
Here's us shaving the coconut
in to coconut grinds.
                                                                     After that we had to wash some straw and thoroughly
                                                                   mix the grinds till it turned into coconut cream.