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What i learnt from my presentation was how they stopped celebrating Matariki in the early 1900 and brought back in 2000
I learnt that Matariki is Ngā Mata o te Ariki Tāwhirimātea for short aswell.
Today Me, Shane and Malachi has chosen to be in a group together.
We measured the length of our Circle
Axolotls are endangered species and Axolotls are Amphibians. Amphibians have gills when they are young and when they are adults they lose their gills and they develop Lungs. Axolotls have teeth. These species are native to Mexico in Lake Chalco and were discovered in the 13th century.
Axolotls are known to have short legs, very long tails and feathery gills. They are known to have cylindrical shaped bodies. And Beaded Eyes and you can Also see their ribs from outside
Axolotls eat Worms, Small Fish and about anything that can fit in their mouth from the ocean.
Axolotls Can Regenerate lost organs and also Limbs. They are Critically Endangered. The Blue Axolotl has 0.83% of being Found
An axolotl can regenerate their front brain
Did you know that axolotls can live up to 10-15 years
Axolotl means waterdog
Their name comes from the aztec mythology
Axolotls are rarely white or pink
The feathers on their head is actually their gills
They are found in 1 place
You can eat axolotls
Axolotls actually inspired mexico cities official emojis
So Yesterday After school I Practiced my quick writing and named foods from Tonga
So Team tui did a poem about Matariki and we had to do 4 senses and 4 Of Matarikis sisters If you cant really see it I put the poems here
Have you ever felt Matariki? Of Course you have!
Have you ever felt the gentle breeze outside while looking at the stars breathing then rolling down the grass while gasping for air and your brother was laughing at you because you couldn’t stop rolling for 10 seconds because the wind kept pushing you while there was grass in your mouth? Then your grandma is calling dinners ready!
that was Ururangi
Have you ever Smelt Matariki?
Sure you have!
Remember while going inside you smell that yummy homemade family tradition. We added fried chicken, potatoes, cassava and kina and everyone played some board games before dinner. My favorite was monopoly because my family is very competitive. My brother said he will go to the “toilet” but he was actually eating on the kina. I knew he was because I smelt the yummy salty kina right away.
That was Waita
Have you ever tasted matariki? Sure you have!
Have you ever eaten your grandma’s cooking, savoring the chicken with the crisp on the outside, with a flavorful crust and potatoes making you want to eat yourself to sleep? And you wake up while everyone is watching an action movie. Your still getting up from the couch to the kitchen because you slept before you can eat your second chicken and potato combo
That was Tupu a Nuku
Have you ever seen Matariki? Certainly!
Do you ever just go back outside and lay down on the grass and look at the tree after having a good feed staring at the stars for a good minute or two? Trying to see your future as an NBA star coming back to New Zealand for Matariki the Maori new year doing the same thing over and over again. Seeing the same bright and glowing stars
THat was tupu a rangi
Today Team Tui Has been learning how to understand coordinates and where the point are supposed to be. And this this is called Cartesian plane
Today Team Tui had the chance to exceed In Quality blog post!