Friday, 30 June 2017

The Mighty Gorilla

WALT; write a non chronological report

Remember to use:
  • an opening paragraph explain what your report is about.
  • headings and subheadings for the main body.
  • an closing paragraph, recapping on what you have written.
  • Pictures, maps etc with captions to explain what they are.
Remember to use fact not opinions.

The Mighty Gorilla
Did you know the mighty Gorilla is an endangered animal? Gorillas are fascinating creatures and live mainly live in Rwanda and other many countries in Africa.

What do Gorillas look like?
The Gorilla is big and strong. It can grow up to 1.80cms or 6 feet tall. Gorilla’s arms are longer than their lgs and they also have 32 shiny sharp unbrushed teeth. They can live up to 35 or 40 years old. They have black fluffy furry fur. They have 10 toes and 10 fingers. Their toes and hands look exactly the same.
Gorillas stick to a mainly vegetarian diet. Gorillas need a lot of food up to 20kgs a day, if they don't get enough food they will probably die. Gorillas eat bamboo, fruits, stems and random plants.
All gorillas live in Africa. Mountain gorillas live in Rwanda. They live somewhere which is 10,000 feet up, where it's cloudy, misty and cold. But don’t worry if it’s going to be cold because gorillas have fur to keep themself warm. Lowland gorillas live in the forests of Central Western Africa. They moved around depending on how much food is there.
File:Eyes of gorilla.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

Thursday, 15 June 2017

2017 work enjoy.

I hoped you guys liked it i took a lot of time to do this tiny work so thank you for watching.

Friday, 2 June 2017

Samoan Language Week 2017

Here is my Samoan Language week 2017 work it was really fun making this so Enjoy.

Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Science in a van day.

Today Room 21 and many other classes came to Science in the van well its not Science in a van.Its actually a show or as many people say people that do Science.There were two Scientist Emily and Allen the first thing the showed us which is really cool its the table pull.So technically there is a table covered in a towel or a sheet then they put cups and plates forks or spoons on it.Then they carefully pull  the sheet making the spoon and fork and other items stay still on the table and never get knocked over.It was so fun seeing Allen and Emily from Science in the van I had a lot of fun.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Class name's 2017.

Today I have used Tagul to share my learning.

Friday, 24 March 2017

Race Relations Day and our wonderful costumes.

All the Room 21 girls rocking their costumes! I really thought it was a good idea to join in with race relations day because we are showing how proud we are of our cultures. I love the costumes, girls,you look wonderful. Keep smiling.