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Monday, 27 March 2017

Midnight purple

I am a midnight rose I wake up when the midnight moon is out and making me shine so bright. I land on the midnight rose, my wings flicker in the wind. I race others around the track and bends. People see me when they go to the moon and back. Some of the time I could be a mystery to you or a shadow through the night or to some of you a mysterious light. I am midnight purple.

Saturday, 11 March 2017


Tena koutou

Ko Aoraki te maunga

Ko Waimakariri te awa 

Ko Waimairi te kura 

Ko Ngai Tahu te iwi

Ko Ngati  Porou te iwi 

Ko Joshua take papa

Ko Rebekah ta mama

No Otautahi  ahou 

Ko Savannah-rose taku ingoa 

Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa 

Monday, 6 March 2017

My acrostic

Very fun 
Nature lover 
Overnight girl
Enjoy the winter 

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Time of adventure

I went to this place they call the Bicycle Park, it is a pretend version of roads and streets. I know it's cool, I could pretend that I was on the streets with the big meaty cars that look as though they always work out at the gym.
When I was riding I felt free like a little bird.

My dad was relaxing on the green shining grass and my nanny was spinning my brother on playground. I was 6 ½ and noticed the many different signs and colours everywhere.

I was ok when I am riding., then out of nowhere I was falling crashing onto the growing grass.My eyes quickly filled with tears of sadness, but I got back up and kept going I did not want one fall to break up all the fun.

Thursday, 15 September 2016

Term two social studies

Hi my name is Savannah. 
Today I will tell you about term 2.
Term two for me was fun.
Firstly we put our names on a social studies rubric. I think I'm at multi structural.
Secondly we did some national anthems. I did the Irish national anthem. It is called the soldier's song.
Thirdly we learned about effort. Effort means when you push the boundaries. 
We also learned about labeling, for example if I said to someone you're too fat you can't even fit into your own clothes, that's what Labeling is.
Hope you enjoyed.


Thursday, 8 September 2016

My speech


Do you know what we are doing every day to the ocean?  I know what we are doing and I will tell you all about it.  Just close your eyes and listen and stay calm.

I say we should not go fishing where all the defenceless, innocent dolphins, sharks or whales are, because they can get caught in nets that can kill them. Some types of dolphins face extinction because of this.

Dolphins are in the same family as the toothed whale and one of the fastest swimming marine mammals. They use their speed to help them hunt from anywhere between 9 and 17 months, depending on the species of dolphin.

The Maui dolphins are the most endangered, there are 55 Maui’s dolphins left. It's devastating that there is not that many left because they are getting caught in nets and also because of sharks, and other very bad things too.

The moon shaped dolphin weaved up and down smoothly through the
wavy water.

Here are some facts about dolphins that I found interesting.
 -Young dolphins will remain with their mother for a period of 2 or 3 years.

-Dolphins have two stomachs.The first one stores the food for them and the second one is where digestion takes place.

 -A dolphin may be able to dive up to 1,000 feet.

-A dolphin can jump up to 20 feet in the air.

-The bottlenose dolphin are the most common and well known type of dolphin.

-The average lifespan of a dolphin is 17 years but some have been seen to live about 50 years in the wild.

-Orcas, or killer whales are the largest of the dolphins.

Here are a couple of quotes:   

-Dolphin said to water you can't see my tears cause I'm in the water, water replied but I can feel your tears because you are in my heart that's the feeling of friendship.

-Keep calm and swim with the Dolphins.   

We need to give the ocean a voice, we can do that by not destroying the beauty of the ocean. 
Give the ocean a voice.

-Keep calm and love dolphins.
By Savannah-rose.

Monday, 5 September 2016


Today I transferred seedlings from a small  plant box and over to the bigger  planter boxes. The reason we put them outside is because it  would get really big and would not be able fit in the class.

The people I worked with were Brooklyn, Jessica, Paisley, Niko, Matthew, Mason and Kiri, our teacher. She told as how to do it, I think we worked well together.

I'm really glad that I worked with different people today. I'm very glad that I did that and I'm going to try and keep it that way, well not with those people of course different people. 

I learnt how to get the plant’s out of the small planter boxes so we did not break the roots and also I had to move the plants without breaking them.

My struggle was that sometimes the roots would break off and I might start inferencing if the plants will live or not hope they stay alive.

The plants are special and we can keep them safe so we can do that by not ditching all our rubbish everywhere you go so 
stop it now!