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Thursday, 15 March 2018

Duckling Palace

Follow up activity
Question 
Answer

When do duckling go to the duckling Palace?
Duckling go to the SPCA When their mother is not  their.

What is an incubator? Describe what the incubators are made of?
It is a recycling bin.It  made out of an upside down recycling bin inside a wooden box.

Why did Lloyd try not to handle the duckling?
LIoyd doesn’t want to handle the duckling too much , so the duckling feathers doesn't come off

What happens to the ducklings when they are twenty-five days old?
The duckling are big enough to go outside into a big paddock.

When does Lloyd release the Ducklings?
When the duckling are fully grown at about   sixty six days  old they are  allowed to go out to the wild.

Tuesday, 13 February 2018

WALT: Understand the difference between literal and inferential questions.

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WALT: Understand the difference between literal and inferential questions.

Wednesday, 7 February 2018

all about me

Talofa lava my name is Jezakaia I am 10 years old and I live in Glen Innes. I have a big family. I live with mum
brother, and my two sisters. I am from Taranaki.  


I like to play rugby, soft ball and basketball. My favorite food is KFC, I like to play PS4 in the weekend, my favourite
sports players are Jason Taumalolo and David Tusitua. I like to watch rugby.I enjoy learning math because it helps
me learn more.

I would like to get better at  my spelling and some off my writhing. Thank you for visiting my blog and following
my learning journey. Please feel free to leave a positive comment.