Thursday, 9 April 2009

Keren's Science Project

My name is Keren and I attend Glenbrae School. I have been working very hard with my poster for Science. I chose to study the habitat and adaptive features of Lions. I thoroughly enjoyed researching, especially when I used the internet to gather information. I am very happy with the presentation of my work. I hope you like it too. Please comment on my poster.

Vaivasa's Science Poster

After having done some research using non-fiction books and websites from the internet, I was able to put together this interesting poster on Camels. I learnt many things about their habitat and adaptive features that help them to survive in the dry deserts of the world. Please feel free to comment om my work.

Wednesday, 8 April 2009

Science project

My name is Alexis. I am in Room 8 at Glenbrae School. My Science project was on the ladybird. This is me with my completed poster. I am very proud of my beautiful work. I worked hard with the presentation of my poster. Please feel free to comment.

Tuesday, 7 April 2009

Tatiana's poster

Here is Tatiana with her completed poster on Dolphins. She has done some extensive research using websites on the internet and books from both the school and the public library. Please feel free to comment on her beautiful poster.

Friday, 3 April 2009

Room 8's visit to the Auckland Zoo

On Wednesday the 1st of April Room 8 at Glenbrae School went to the Auckland Zoo. We had a wonderful day out. Here we are seen feeding the giraffe. It was so much fun. In the picture, this is Samuel and Siupeli waiting their turn to feed the giraffe. We were all given a piece of celery because giraffes love eating vegetables. They are herbivores and only eat plants. At the zoo we also got to explore and visit other animals. We enjoyed watching the elephants have a bath, the hippos swimming under water, listening to the birds chirping and especially looking at the baby cheetahs. The weather was perfect and we enjoyed ourselves thoroughly. If ever you get a chance to visit the Auckland Zoo, you should in the near future.