Room 10 The Amazing Kiwi

Room 10’s inquiry has been on the amazing Kiwi bird. The students have been learning about the special features of the Kiwi and how their adaptations have helped them to... Read more about 'Room 10 The Amazing Kiwi'...

Sequencing the kiwi life 1

Room 10 Fractions

The first activity they undertook was to fold paper into halves and quarters so that they would understand the decreasing size as they fold the paper and that there are... Read more about 'Room 10 Fractions'...

Pizza pie 2

Nature Creations

We had an afternoon being creative with nature and using the items we found outside, to create critters and bugs. Read more about 'Nature Creations'...

Bugs 4

Do we measure up?

Knowing how to measure and compare objects is an important skill to have. Room 9 has been exploring how you can measure people to work out who is the tallest... Read more about 'Do we measure up?'...

Do we measure up chalk people 6

Array City in Room 5

One way we tried was by making an array city. An array is the way a times table is structured and it always makes a square or a rectangle if correct. Read more about 'Array City in Room 5'...

2020 TeMihi T2 ArrayCity 2

Tessellation Time

A plane shape is a two-dimensional (2D) or flat figure, such as a triangle, square, rectangle, or hexagon. Read more about 'Tessellation Time'...

The three dimensional cube challenge made us think in different ways2

The Magic of Science

We moved the cotton bud in the milk and when we got closer to the green colour it kept moving away from us. Read more about 'The Magic of Science'...

The Magic of Science Photo 7

Hello School Goodbye Lockdown

Lockdown 2020 and our Covid-19 experience will one day be history. Room 3 has made a blog post of their writing about their lockdown experiences. Read more about 'Hello School Goodbye Lockdown'...

Daniel enjoyed publishing his Hello Gooodbye poem on his new Chromebook