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Tuesday, 8 September 2020

Keeping The Tradition Alive!

    Task Description: 
For this task, I read a article explaining a Tongan Tradition!.  This Tongan tradition is very common in Tonga.  The book explains how to make Ngatu.  Ngatu is a type of cloth that is made out bark.

Monday, 7 September 2020

Traditional Tongan Food


Task Description:
For my writing task I had to watch a video of my choice.  I had to choose either a food tradition, or a different tradition.  I chose a food tradition.  This tradition is about a coconut.  The video explains a lot about how Tongans use coconut in their umu.

Tuesday, 18 August 2020

Decimal: Lockdown: Day 1!!

Task Description:
Each day, I have to complete a slide and post it on my blog.  This is my first task.  On the first slide is a bunch of numbers.  I had to write down the number, and the name of the number.  On the second slide is my first task.  I have to figure out the width of the sanctuary.  I got the length and the area but not the width.  Check out my next slide to see my answers!

Tuesday, 11 August 2020

Money Decimals: Warm Up

Task Description:
This task is just a warm up!.  All I had to do was add and subtract these decimals.  It was pretty easy and fun to do!.  My favourite part about this task was copy and pasting the money on to the sides.

Comparing Fractions!!

Task Description:
This task is based on fractions.  What I had to do is sort out which fraction is larger.  The hardest part about this task was working out what fraction was greater.

Tuesday, 4 August 2020

Adding and Subtracting decimals!!

Task Description:  WALT Line up the decimals in place value
This task is about maths.  This type of maths is called decimals.  I had to subtract each and every decimal to get a different number.  

Thursday, 30 July 2020

Create Task: Venn Diagram: Myths and Legends.

Task Description:
Since this term is based on myths and legends I had to do some research on some myths!.  I wasn't doing all the research alone, I had some of my friends to help me!.  Lillyana, Paige, and Mata!.  My teacher put a link on the class site.  That link takes you to many myths and legends.  All of us decided to pick the Hawaiian myth and the Maori myth.  The Venn diagram is our create task.  We had to compare the two similar things that are related to both myths.  We had to put the things that are similar in the middle.  Then we had to put the things that are not related on the outsides of the circle.