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Stand-Up: Vocabulary (Protests)

Tesi Niu (Rugby League Player)

Task Description :

This is my free writing , our topic was to pick a famous person and research about them . I chose Tesi Niu because he’s my cousin & he’s my idol (I want to be a League player) . I hope you enjoy and learn something about Tesi Niu , have a good day . Please leave a comment !

Matariki Star !

Task Description:

Today is our Matariki day ! We don’t have work & it’s all about the things that are related to Matariki . This is my star ! I created it with wood , nails , and rubber bands . I used blue , yellow , red rubber bands and nailed 11 nails into the piece of wood to create my star shape . I hope you like it !

Fraction of a set 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/7, 1/8 !

Task Description :

For today’s task we are learning about fractions and problem solving. This is my research presentation about it & I hope you enjoy it , learn something from it & have a good day. Feel free to leave a positive comment !


Writing Challenge !


On the weekend the Warriors played a game of Rugby in the sea , at a beautiful/tropical beach . They won the championship , their reward was a trophy !

Writing :

One sunny afternoon , the Warriors had a Rugby game at the tropical beach . It was also the final so they needed to work hard . Before the game , their coach gave them a little quote , “Success is not final , failure is not fatal , it is the courage to continue that counts” . They played in the water , which meant that they’d have to pump their legs to run faster . They were tied , 5 minutes left on the clock . The Warriors had won , they got the trophy because of how outstanding they were & the last try they got !

Information Report – Hippo

This is FIOP. Our writing task is another information report which is based on Hippos. I wrote about their habitat/diet, family/life, and conservation. I read a few articles about this and found some cool and interesting facts. I hope you have enjoyed this post. Please leave a positive comment on my blog.

The third largest land animal on earth and native to Africa, the Hippopotamus. This mammal lives on water and land, they live in the South Sarahan, Africa. They can stay underwater for five minutes. Hippos are mostly herbivorous and eat grass (about 35 kilograms) and fruits. Hippos have a large body, short legs, short tali, and a huge head. Hippos weight 1,400kg – 4,500kg and their height is 10.8 and 16.5 feet.

Hippos are in groups with 10 – 30 individuals in it. It is called a herd or bloat. The leader of the herd is a dominant male leader. The rest are females with their younger hippos. Females hippos (who are called called cows) give birth to baby hippos and gather up with other cows to protect their babies. They protect their babies and fight off the predators by splashing water and using their massive size as their advantage.

These hippos are not endangered yet but exposed to extinction. 115,000 – 130,000 hippos are still living in the wild. Due to their habitat loss and hunting, their population went down. Luckily the laws have been restricted and this helped the hippopotamuses population. They also live in protected areas in East African countries.

In conclusion, Hippopotamuses are mammals, water and land animals. They have a herbivorous diet. They stay in herds and have one male leader. East African countries have some protected areas for hippos.