This place is like a paradise. It has the most beautiful beaches with golden sand that tingles under your feet. The crystal, clear blue water washes upon the shore. The palm trees are different shades of green that sways left to right in the breeze. There are a lot of delicious ripe fruit on the main lands such as sweet juicy oranges and perfect custard apples. It's usually scorching hot most of the time except for the time when there was a tremendously, rebellious cyclone that destroyed everything. There are so many sugarcanes that people grow and use. There's this mountain called the "Sleeping Giant". It's called the sleeping giant, because it looks like a giant that's sleeping.
Where is this place?
Earphones are very long and thin and a lot of people use them to listen to music or recordings. There are two black wires and...
We are learning Te Reo through music. Today we learnt the song 'Hoki Hoki Tonu Mai'. Listen to our amazing voices!
Today Bryan, Eleanor, Emily, Jada and Louie shared their Mihi. They introduced themselves and their family in Te Reo Maori.
Last week we started reading a story called 'The Woven Kete'. In this story, Rawiri was given a woven Kete by his nanny to keep his ...