Wednesday, 20 June 2018

matarik DLO

hope you enjoy my matariki Slide

Friday, 8 June 2018

the brain

the deference between a bee and a wasp

While honey bees can attack when provoked, wasps are naturally and more aggressive predators.

Identifying the difference between honey bees and wasps is important in order to administer proper treatment of wounds and appropriate pest control.

Honey bees are hairy, while wasps usually have smooth  and shiny skin.

Bee hives attacked by wasps. Early in the year wasps collect meat and carrion, including dead bees, which they masticate and pass on to feed their larvae in the nest.

The protein helps the new bodies grow and the larvae in turn excrete a sugary honeydew which satisfies the wasp's sweet tooth.
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hope you engoy'ed my bee and wasp deference fact's

Wednesday, 6 June 2018

my bee work

hi hope you engoy me and my friend jonty's slide

Tuesday, 5 June 2018

cyber smart

12.10.14 by Jonty SHERSONand adam goodwin
 hi everyone hope you engoy my post

Thursday, 17 May 2018

letter to pm

Owairaka District School
113-115 Richardson Rd
Mt Albert
Auckland


Wednesday 16th May



Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern
Office of the Chief Executive
Level 8 Executive Wing
Parliament Buildings
Wellington

Dear Prime Minister,


Sorry for interrupting you, but I really wanted to tell you about our Garden to Table sessions that we do at Owairaka District School. I want you to know what it really means to us and hopefully you can share this on to other schools. Maybe the Government can help out because it costs a lot of money.

It is very interesting and we learn how to cook different types of food like tacos, banana skin muffins (yes, that's right we used the skins of the banana’s), burritos, salads and pizza, all types of things.

We learn lots of skills that help us in the kitchen so when we are at home we can help out more. Some of us even cook dinner for our families now which is actually really, really awesome. It also makes us try new types of food. There's was this one time that there was a green smoothie that looked like snot and everybody else thought that it would be really disgusting and gross but the girls really liked it. It was made out of spinach and feijoa and healthy green stuff like that.

We also have bees and chickens and we got our first egg in a long time last week. We use our eggs and own honey in our cooking. By the way, all of that stuff that we eat,  it's all vegetarian, so you can share with anybody that you want. It doesn't include as much dairy so I think it's a really for all types of diets

In the garden we learnt how to plant crops, harvest them and use all types of tools like pitchforks, shovels and spades. We use compost and all have learnt about how a worm farm works.

So I hope you're getting the message that Garden to Table is amazing and if you do please share it with your cabinet and find a way to let more school enjoy this experience.



Yours sincerely,

Adam Room 8,
Owairaka District School

Thursday, 22 March 2018

All about me


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My name is Adam, I go to Owairaka School. My favourite subject is maths. It is my favorite because I enjoy the games like E ako maths, \ Prodigy and Extra Maths.

I also like road patrol, swimming, playing with my friends and I like doing art such as drawing and paper mache.

Another thing I enjoy is getting tips off youtube clips, also blogging, creating a story from the back of my head and funny pictures from the internet like these.                                             Image result for nyan cat meme

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After school activities I like, are playing with my guinea pigs Nita, Cinnamon and Chocolate. I also talk to the dog next door called Muffin, and Lily too, which is my Grandmas cute Pomeranian with a bear cut. This is a bear cut.


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