Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Thanks Ben

Thank you Ben for teaching me kiwi sports this year. We are thankful for all your hard work. Hope you have a merry crhismas and a happy new year. By Ana :) .

Art story

What have you learnt about art? I learnt how to paint in between the lines of my painting. I learnt how to put in little more detail in my artwork. So next year I will work hard to put heaps detail.

What have you learnt about your own artisticle talents? I learned that I can do better in my art work. And I learned how to make amazing mixing colours by working hard. So next year I will do better in my artwork.

What was the hardest part of the artwork? It was painting green on the trees.And painting in between the middles of my art work.

What do you like about your painting?I liked all of the coulurful coulurs in my painting because it was creavitiv.

Thursday, 4 December 2014

Cape ringa

Cape reinga is the most northern point in New Zealand it is a beautiful place to explore.
Cape Reinga is located at the top of Te Ika Maui.From the light house you can see the Tasman sea and pasific ocean clash in a tidal race.

Mitre peak

Mitre Peak is a prominent and well-known peak on the south shore of Milford Sound, named because of its resemblance to the shape of the bishop's mitre or hat, when viewed from the south islands.The peak rises almost sheer above the Sound nearly to a height of 2000metres and the summit is actually five closely grouped individual peaks. 

Tuesday, 2 December 2014


Wellington is New Zealand’s capital city, lying near the Cook Strait at the centre of the country.Hemmed in by the hills, Wellington city sits on a beautiful harbour.Houses cling to the slopes and there is not many  flat land. Wellington lies on three faults – lines of weakness in the earth’s crust. Many people live near the Wellington Fault line, and there are frequent earthquakes. 

Abel Tasman

Abel Tasman National Park is a New Zealand national park between Golden Bay and Tasman Bay at the north end of the South Islands. It is named after Abel Tasman, who in 1642 became the first European aventure to sight New Zealand and who anchored nearby in Golden Bay. The park is the smallest national parks of New Zealand. 
It consists of forested, hilly country to the north of the valleys of the Takaka and Riwaka Rivers, and is bounded from the north by the waters of Golden Bay and Tasman Bay.