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About Isabella C

This is where you will see my learning. I'm 9 and 5 months. I'm sporty and I do alot of sports. My favourite things to do is badminton and art.

Living and Non-living Things

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Bear Haiku

 Big, flat furry paws,Protecting its cubs fiercely,Licks sticky honey.   

By |21st September 2016|Room 2, Senior School, Writing|0 Comments

The Story of the Mid-Autumn Festival

On the 15th of August, the Chinese culture has a very special festival, the Mid-Autumn Festival. We celebrate in memory of Chang E, the wife of a great hero.It is said that long ago in ancient China 10 suns existed

By |19th September 2016|Room 2, Senior School, Writing|0 Comments

Living Things / Mrs C Gren


By |19th September 2016|Inquiry Learning, Room 2, Senior School|0 Comments

Bio Mass Energy

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Tidal Energy

Tidal Energy is a source of energy that isn't really used. Tidal energy is useful because it is a lot denser than air, which gives a bigger push against turbines that then generates power. Turbines are like underwater windmills. The

Our Trip to Te Tuhi

Today Room 2 went to Te Tuhi near Pakaranga Plaza. Our transportation was a bright, lime green tour bus. The seats were ragged and had strange patterns on them. I sat at the back with most of my group. My

By |14th September 2016|Room 2, School Events, School Events, Senior School, Writing|1 Comment

Univalves and Bivalves Presentation

   We have been learning about bivalve and univalve shells. 

Flower Haiku

Flowers falling down,Their pollen smelling so sweet,Covering green fields

By |25th August 2016|Room 2, Senior School, Writing|0 Comments

Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy

  We are learning to explain the difference between Renewable and Non-renewable Energy usingStoryboardThat.  Please click on the strip to view. In the top left-hand corner of this new screen there is a small square (full screen) that allows the viewer

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