Kahikatea Tree at Papakura South School

Kahikatea Tree at Papakura South School
Martha-Lee and Madeline

Friday, May 30, 2008

Cinquain by Tyson

Long, slimy
Slithering, hissing, poisoning
Hiding in the forest


Moturoa said...

Safe, fun, interesting
Communicating, sharing, learning
Leading the learners


Our Teacher said...

Dear Allanah
Thank you for visiting our blog & writing a fantastic cinquain :-)

Keep up the good work.

Rush said...

hey Teacher Ramans kids i was browsing through ya blog and i got to say what a cool teacher.We have entered the digital age and im happy to see all of you are contributing and also sharing cos what is very important about these blogs is that it allowes the world to share and learn about each other. im out for now Teacher Rushay

Marnie Thomas said...

Hey there Room 8,
I have been reading your blog - my favourite part is the charcoal sketches on the sidebar - you are great artists!! Well done on all the writing, I like the reports about frogs and tuataras. You obviously did lots of research before you started writing and they are very informative.
Keep up the great work.
Miss Thomas
Room 23
Meadowbank School

Our Teacher said...

Below is an email I received from a teacher at Long Bay Primary School

"I have had a good look at your blog and was very impressed with all the pod casts and videos attached through youtube.
Your art work was impressive! They did well – so accurate and detailed."
Kind regards
Lianne Coates
Long Bay Primary