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My Million 10/25/10
Dairy Products 09/19/10
Canterbury Earthquake 09/19/10
New Zealand 08/03/10
Carving 08/01/10
The robber 07/28/10
Keep the coments coming 07/28/10
How to make a pompom 06/10/10
Cheburashka Plays Cricket 05/14/10
Responsibility goal 04/19/10
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Maungatautari 03/28/10
Tsunami Alert. 03/16/10
Bio Poem 03/01/10
Horse Accident 11/24/09
Monster project 10/21/09
Maths or reading? 10/20/09
My Dogs 08/25/09
Where We Live 08/24/09
Kiwis 08/17/09
Our school Environment 05/26/09
A rock for a toy 05/06/09
Cheberushka 05/05/09
The jelly fish 04/28/09
Hunting 04/26/09
my blog 04/11/09
my pool 03/17/09
my lego castle 03/11/09
My cat 03/12/04
Me 02/15/09

Article posted October 25, 2010 at 10:34 PM GMT • comment (3) • Reads 40

 



My Million


 


1) I would buy a big nerf gun for myself.


 


2) I would buy a BMW for my family.           


 


3) I would donate money to the Cancer Society.


 

Article posted October 25, 2010 at 10:34 PM GMT • comment (3) • Reads 40



Article posted September 20, 2010 at 01:25 AM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 33

 



Cows have four stomachs. The food has to go through all four stomachs before it is fully digested. When they eat the grass it goes down through the four stomachs and down to the udder. Then the cows are brought up to the shed and they get milked. The milk from the cow goes into the cups. But some countries still milk by hand. The milking cups only take around five minutes to milk a cow. 


Once the cows have finished every night a tanker comes and collects the milk and takes it to the factory where it is pasteurized. That means it’s turned hot and then cold very quick. That kills the germs. 


Then the milk is bottled. The others are processed – cheese, butter, yoghurt and ice-cream. 


Dairy products are very useful because it keeps us alive.


cow http://www.flickr.com/photos/66164549@N00/1340414124





cow

Article posted September 20, 2010 at 01:25 AM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 33



Article posted September 20, 2010 at 01:24 AM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 33

 



Ahhh! Earthquake! Run for your like to the table!


The Richter scale for the earthquake was 7.1. The epicentre was in Canterbury, 30 km from Christchurch city and 10 km underground. The good thing is that it was 4:35 in the morning.


Pipes were snapped, water had been turned to sewage, power lines had fallen over and smashed, more than 500 buildings smashed and over 100 aftershocks. No people are dead but very bad injuries. Lots of cuts and broken bones. 


A boy fell out of his own house and had very bad injuries, cuts and bruises. The house was 130 years old and he did not die. 


The engineers went around the city and put little stickers on the buildings. The green one means it’s safe, you can stay in there. The yellow one means it’s probably not best to stay there, it’s a little bit dangerous. It could still fall down on you. The red sticker means it’s too dangerous, go away.


On Facebook a university student put up a note saying: We need to help the people with mud and sand around their houses with spades and wheelbarrows. 


Children were going out of school areas and jumping into the cracks in the road. Some people think it’s bad and some think it’s fun.




earthquake damage

Article posted September 20, 2010 at 01:24 AM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 33



Article posted August 3, 2010 at 11:38 PM GMT • comment • Reads 32

New Zealand is a small island country in the south Pacific Ocean.

New Zealand has two large islands. One is called the South Island and the other is called the North Island. Mount Cook is 3764 metres tall. Lake Taupo is the largest volcano in New Zealand and a lake. Waikato River is the longest river in New Zealand. The Southern Alps is a lot of mountains grouped together.

Dairy farming and sheep farming are both ways that we make our money, and kiwifruit and other crops. We make meat and wool from sheep and cows, and bulls they make hides and meat.

Rugby is one of the most popular sports in New Zealand. New Zealand’s rugby team is called the All Blacks and the most popular sport is soccer and our team is called the All Whites.

Did you know New Zealand has no native mammals except a bat? Our native birds don’t usually fly. Only the fantail and tui. Kiwis are our native birds and also humans are called kiwis.

In New Zealand the population is 4 million people. Our capital city if Wellington and most of our people live in towns or cities. The biggest city is Auckland and the most people live there in New Zealand.

New Zealand is small but the country has a loof different plants, birds, landscape and people.



new-zealand-map

Article posted August 3, 2010 at 11:38 PM GMT • comment • Reads 32



Article posted August 1, 2010 at 11:45 PM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 34

It's calving season. Yay!We have about 120 calves!We only have 5 black calves because we own mainly Jerseys which are brown.

Article posted August 1, 2010 at 11:45 PM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 34



Article posted July 28, 2010 at 11:39 PM GMT • comment • Reads 33

Once upon a time there was a granny and she had a very rich house. She had 15 million dollars. One cold night granny was watching some sport on the TV. She got bored so she turned it off. Then granny went to bed. Bang! Crash! Granny woke with a fright. She turned on every light in her house but no one was there. ‘How did they get away?’ she thought. Later that morning granny woke up. She had to find out what had woken her up in the night. First she looked in her kitchen but nothing there. Then the dining room. No, not there either. After a whole day she could not find a single clue. A new day and she was awake. She set off to the bank. She was very excited to find out what had happened to her house. But when she got to the bank there was bad news. The man had stolen her money. He had tried to find in her house first. But then he realised it was in her bank account and he transferred all her money into his bank account. She was very angry at the robber. “I WANT MY MONEY BACK!” The bank man had seen that man too when swapped the bank accounts. He ought to say so. He did. “Where did you see him?” asked granny. “Here at the bank. I was frightened because the robber had a gun so I put the money in his account.” So he put the money back in granny’s account and the bank person put police at the front door to make sure it didn’t happen again. By Ben



Ben by Barbara

Article posted July 28, 2010 at 11:39 PM GMT • comment • Reads 33



Article posted July 28, 2010 at 06:15 AM GMT • comment (5) • Reads 34

I have 48 coments on my blog but by the end of next week my goal is to get 55 so keep them coming.

Article posted July 28, 2010 at 06:15 AM GMT • comment (5) • Reads 34



Article posted June 11, 2010 at 03:31 AM GMT • comment (2) • Reads 32

*You will need:

*Cardboard

*Felt/Pen

*Circle shape/big/small

*Scissors/sharp

*String



Method:



1) Draw two big and small circles.

2) Draw a small circle inside the big one and cute it out.

3) Join your two circles.

4) Start putting the wool through the little circle and wind it around.

5) Cut the wool between the cardboard.

6) Tie the string around the circle.

Article posted June 11, 2010 at 03:31 AM GMT • comment (2) • Reads 32



Article posted May 14, 2010 at 09:19 AM GMT • comment (4) • Reads 36

Written in New Zealand

Illustrated in Russia

Published for the world to enjoy.





Article posted May 14, 2010 at 09:19 AM GMT • comment (4) • Reads 36



Article posted April 19, 2010 at 11:23 PM GMT • comment (3) • Reads 34

I will name my work, hand my work in and put it away properly.

Article posted April 19, 2010 at 11:23 PM GMT • comment (3) • Reads 34



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I am 7 years old. When I grow up I want to be a rugby player. I like to eat strawberries with chocolate, lettuce salad, fruit and icecream.

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