Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Blog Commenting

This is my blog comment on Jeremiah's blog.

Travel Measurement

This is my Travel Measurement I have done today. We had chose 5 countrys to measure. These are the country's I have chosen.  


This is my time line of Jean Batten and Amelia Earhart. I worked by myself to complete this task. 

Conclusion on aviators

My Aviator I really inspire is Jean Batten she broke the best record someone has done. She flew Australia to England, England to Argentina. Then she flew to London and back to Auckland. Jean batten is a female plane flyer. She flew the Gipsy moth plane. She was born in Auckland Rotorua. September 15, 1909, Rotorua.

This is my Conclusion on my favourite Aviator. The Aviator I have chosen was Jean Batten. I chose her because she beat the record for flying across the pacific ocean

Rap Battle Wright Brothers vs Amelia Earhart

This is my video of me and Jericho. We made a rap about Amelia Earhart and the wright brothers. 

Thursday, 24 November 2016

Classroom Measurement

Chrome book120.
Window 120120.120.001215.3winth
table1748.78174.841.748.780.1748.78 145lenth
coputer 210210.210.0021.522.5lenth
mouse 6060.60.0006.07lenth
popsicle sticks 110110.110.0011.010lenth 
This is my spreadsheet of objects I have measured. I worked with Taani to complete this task. First we had to measure our dumb's so we could use a ruler called the thumb ruler we didn't just use a thumb ruler we also used a normal ruler to. We needed to measure 10 objects in out classroom. 

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Amelia Earhart Biography

                                                Amelia Earhart Biography

  • Amelia EarHart

Date of Birth:
  • July 24, 1897,

Place of Birth:
  • Atchison, Kansas, United States

Other information:
  • Amelia Earhart buti

Family members:
  • Grace muriel earhart- Sister
  • Amelia Otis Earhart- Mother
  • Samuel Stanton Earhart- Father
  • Amelia Earhart

We had to write a biography about Amelia Earhart. The people in my group which is the Earhart group, Ofa, Angari, Affonso Mataio, Zane, and Brooklyn. For this task we had to find out information about Amelia Earhart.

Friday, 18 November 2016

General Knowledge

This is my general knowledge presentation I have did today. The country I have chosen was Peru. In my presentation you would see lots of interesting facts such as. What the capital city is. What kind of food there are. Also you would see there flag.

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

High Flylers

Text: High fliers

Read the text and record key words/phrases that answer these questions:

Who? Richard Pearce, Year 6, 7 and 8 students,

What? Making a replica of a plane, act and film

Where? Auckland, Point Nelson school

When? Story based in past tense

Why? TV Advertisement favorite hero

How?  Lots of materials were donated to the school. Students studied prize  winning ad. It took many weeks to build the plane

Summarise the text in 25 words:


This is my reading task for today. I had to summarise a text called High flyers. Student's from Auckland Nelson school Year 6, 7 and 8 have made a replica plane for a 30 second advertisement. 

Transum Table master

This is my table master time. I have done 10 times tables. 

How does a plane fly

How does a plane fly?
Planes fly by using their wings. The 4 forces of flight are weight, drag, lift and thrust those are the 4 forces of flight. Planes travel 600 mph per hour. Lots of jets are much more faster because they use more fuel to get to places. Planes need fuel to move forward. If planes do not have fuel it wouldn’t fly. Planes and helicopters are not the same, Helicopters use propellers to fly and planes use fuel to fly. The four forces are drag,thrust,weight and lift.Lift is a mechanical force generated by a solid object moving through a fluid.

Drag is the aerodynamic force that opposes an aircraft's motion through the air. Drag is generated by every part of the airplane even the engines!.

Weight is one of the four forces that make a plane come down.It uses the gravity and its weight.

Thrust is the force which moves an aircraft through the air. Thrust is used to overcome the drag of an airplane, and to overcome the weight of a rocket.

One of the events were the twin towers.People had to jump from the tower to save their life or fall 1,362 feet! The next event was the tenerife disaster which was the worst disaster in history.

Today we had to write a information report about how does a plane fly. This is my information of how a plane fly's.

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Blog comment

This is my blog comment on Fraion's blog post.

Balloon Experiment

This is my rocket experiment graph. For Mr O's inquiry group we used balloons to see how far the balloon would go on a fishing line and a straw. Mr O blew up the balloon and hooked it onto the line. 

Weather in Auckland

LI: To accurately interpret data. For our maths task today we were learning about the weather. We tried to figure out what would happen in July. The answer we got were 8, 14, 18. I worked with fraidon to figure this out.

Friday, 11 November 2016

LS1's mannequin Challenge

Today we have done a challenge this challenge is called the mannequin challenge 

Bar Graph

Today I had to work on google spread sheet to find out how much people like any shoe brand. Many people chose nike.


Today Alex, Aung naing and me have been learning about Rockets. We had to play a game called rocket builder. In that game we had to build our own rocket and see if our rocket works and completes the mission.

Blog Comment

This is my comment on Tamaki primary room 10 on their movie from the manaiakalani film festival.

How do Aeroplanes fly questions

LI: To infer information from the text.
Today we had to write questions about the text called how do aeroplanes fly. Some of my questions are from my previous work I have worked on. This was a Individual work. Example: Who made the first aeroplane.