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Friday, 7 December 2018

Whittakers - By:George

Questions: Where is Whittakers chocolate made?
  • It is made in Porirua, New Zealand
Question: Is Whittakers a New Zealand company?
  • Whittakers is a New Zealand company, and is still family owned and operated.
Questions: Where can I buy Whittakers product?
  • Whittakers product should be available at all supermarkets throughout New Zealand, and in most every service station and dairy
Questions: Where is Whittakers chocolate exported to?
  • We exported our chocolate to Australia, Canada, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines and 5 other places.
Ingredients:
ingredients
  1. 170g self-raising flour.
  2. 1/4 tsp baking soda.
  3. 200g brown sugar.
  4. 180g castor sugar.
  5. 25g cocoa powder (use good-quality Dutch cocoa powder for the best results)
  6. 3 medium eggs.
  7. 75ml (5 tbsp) plain unsweetened yoghurt.
  8. 200g Whittakers 62% Dark Cacao chocolate.

Notes about how Whittakers are made
Whittakers are the second largest chocolate in New Zealand.
James Henry Whittakers worked in a British confectionery industry at the age of 14, and then moved to Christ church in 1890.
6 years later he started manufacturing chocolate.
A new survey has shown that Whittakers has increased its lead over the field as New Zealand’s most - loved brand.
But the chocolate wars are heating up - Cadbury is in the top five this year, after falling outside top ten last year.
Entertaining people why they should buy Whittakers
Notes:
Whittakers are very tasty because they sale many interesting flavors that can make you very happy and satisfied, it also has a creamy taste that makes it even better. It has a very good taste to balance the sweetness. the flavors they sale are Butter milk caramel gingerbread, Milk Choc Cashew wattle seed, Berry and Biscuits, peanut butter, White Choc Mango, Cocoa Hazelnut and others.   





Thursday, 29 November 2018

Thinking of others

Help those animals that are dying because of rubbish, please look after the animal, make them have peace with other animals.

  • Bless the firefighters who work to put out the fires.
  • Bless the firefighters who save people's lives and help them to continue their work.
  • Bless the people in the town so that their would be no more gunfights and any trouble.
  • Gives us peace and also give peace to the cities and other places.

Good Choices

Learning Intention: We are learning to identify ideas when
making choices.
Success Criteria: I know am successful when I can explain
the reason why I make that choice.


1. I will tell the truth:
When my mum told me to go to the library together with my brother,
instead I went with my friends. When I told my mum the truth I got
told off but she was happy I told the truth.


2. Obey my brother:
When my brother tells me what to do I talk back and sometimes tell
him to be quiet. I got in trouble by my mum. For know on I will do
what my brother ask me to do. I told him that, he didn’t care but I
was cool with it.


3. I will do my work on time.
When mum ask me to do some work I just lay down on my bed even
when she tells me easy work or hard work. Then when I told her that
I will start being a good boy she was happy.

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What should we do about the homeless

P: Homeless people feel sad for themselves because they don’t have any places to live in and also suffer with hunger.


E: If homeless people don’t have anything to do and eat they will suffer with coldness building up in there body and that could lead to death.


E: We should give homes to the homeless people because if we don’t then they will suffer and die which is why we a should also provide them food to eat and water to drink. It is very sad when you see homeless people laying down next to the shops, so we must give them at least some like money food and drink but if we don’t there health will be damaged and die, also it is important because we are basically looking after God’s people. Giving clothes and jackets ti them so they won't get too cold and that can lead to death.

Wednesday, 28 November 2018

How can we use advent to open ourselves and let Jesus be a bigger part of our lives - By: George

We can change our attitude because it is never too late, love our enemies even if there mean to you. Treating other people the way we want to be treated. Going to church and talk to God and Jesus. Giving food to the homeless that lives in the streets. Donating money to the poor and the orphanage.  Helping our parents clean the house, doing chores every day. Acting nice to our teacher and saying nice words and no swearing.

  • Treat other people the way we want to be treated

  • Love one another
  • Go to church
  • Give foods to the homeless
  • Donate money to the orphanage
  • Help other people who needs help
  • Stand up for other people
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Tuesday, 4 September 2018

Why you should come to Taupo!

Why people should go come to TAUPO.

  • People should go here because they have a cool waterfall and it looks pretty.
  • People enjoy themselves at Taupo Because there are many water slides and there are very long and cool
  • People should go there because there beaches are very very cool.
  • It is located in New Zealand

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Monday, 18 December 2017

Math solving problems.

Learning Intention:We are learning to solve problems.

Success Criteria:I am successful when I can answer the problems correctly and explain my strategy's.


1.Johnny had some DVDs.

He put them into 5 stacks of 6.
How many DVDs does he have now?

(30) I know its 30 because 5×6=30.

5+5+5=15 and 5+5+5=15 so 15+15=30.
30÷6=5.

2.Sid was collecting plum from his trees.

On Monday, he collected 4 plums.On Tuesday he collected
twice as many plums on Tuesday.On Wednesday he got
twice as Tuesday. If this pattern continued how many 
plums does he has on Thursday.

 I know its 32 because 8+8=16 another 8+8=16 so 

16+16=32. 8×4=32. 32÷4=8   4+4=8; so 8+8=16 then 
16+16=32, another  4×2=8 8×2=16 and 16×2= 32

3.There are six netball teams in the local inter-school netball tournament. 

During the tournament, they all need to play each other once.
How many matches will be played altogether?
I know its 36 because 6×6=36. 
6,12,18,24,30 and 36.
30÷6=6, another way 6+6=12, 12+12=24 so 24+12=36.