Thursday, November 28, 2013

Every Picture Tells a Story

I know that static images are images that don’t move at it can either be a picture or a poster

This photo has got 2 killer whales on it that look like they are on their way to somewhere to eat. I think what makes this photo unique is that the killer whales are there because you can have a photo of mountains and water but it is even awesomer because of the whales. This photo makes me feel relaxed and like I can just do nothing forever.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013


Kia Ora Koutou
Greetings to you all

kua hui mai nei 
who have gathered here

ki tenei kura
to this school

ki te mau mai
to bring 

nga whakaaro pai 
the good thoughts

Ka nui te hari
Great is the joy

mo to koutou manawanui
for your dedication

ki te haere mai 
in coming

ki te awhina
to support / help

nga kaupapa
the topics

e pa ana ki tenei kura
concerning this school

Noreira tena koutou, tena koutou tena ra tatou katoa
Therefore greetings once, greetings twice greetings again to all of us 

Friday, November 1, 2013

Halloween Narrative

This is my practice writing for my writing test next week. It is not finished.

Where?  At aunty Mel’s house which is planted in the middle of the forest
What? Cesar the dog and Samantha got lost in the mysterious room that looks like nothing in there but actually it was portal to where ghosts live
Who?  Joshua, Samantha, Aunty Mel, parents Cesar dog and Caspar How? Their parents dropped them off
Why? Joshua and Samantha go to there aunt Mel’s house for the weekends
When? After school on the day before Halloween

2 days before Halloween, and Samantha and I pack our bags for the weekends, where we will spending Halloween at our Aunt Mel’s house. Did I mention it was planted in the middle of the creepiest forest in the world, at least that’s what Cesar and I think ( Cesar is my dog ).

After school, Mum and Dad drop Me, Samantha and Cesar off at Aunt Mel’s house. Luckily the sun was out because if it wasn't, we probably would be lost in the incredibly thick forest of DOOM. So when we got there they just chucked us out of the car and left.  

“Hello, children,” Aunt Mel says trying to smother us with   
her soggy kisses.