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We’re gonna walk up a mountain na na na na na. We’re gonna walk up a mountain na na na na na. Look, look we are here. WOW here is a giant smiley face.
On Tuesday 9th March the class went to Maungatautari. Some of the class had to stay out of the cage because there would be too many people in there and we would all get squashed. Also we would not be able to open the door. When one door was open and you tried to open the other one while that door was open it will not open. If you don’t know what the netting is called – it is called mesh. The mesh is so small that not a baby mouse could get through. How amazing. There is a slippery bit on top of the mesh so if a cat tried to climb over then it would fall down. There is also an electric wire on the top. The class saw a fantail, kaka and kakariki! When we went for the bush walk the fantail followed us. Eden and some others got stung by some bees. I don’t like the bee part. Mrs Collins had a jar and a cork. She spat on the jar and it sounded like a fantail. And a fantail came, it started following us. If started following us because we startled bugs and insects. And then the fantail eats the bugs. After that we went off track. We went off track I think 4 times. When we went off track we had to follow these pink ribbons. There were some children who got to have turns to be a leader. The leaders were me, Georgia, Sam and Jasmine. There were tracking tunnels. Tracking tunnels are tunnels that make sure that no mice or rats are in there. All the goats are gone. There were seven people that got stings. Some of the people there got stung 7 times and mostly 2 times. And that = 18.
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