The playful aqua coloured waves splashed against the golden sand. You can smell a fresh salty scent floating in the breeze. Unfound treasure buried beyond the deep blue waters. Beautiful shells are left on the hot sea shore. Amazing sea animals swim joyfully around, even unknown creatures are happy on a long summer day. Peculiar underwater lives are born almost every second. The beach is also a great place to get a shimmering even tan.
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 ...