Monday, September 13, 2010

Roll on, roll on!

They travelled for months and months. . . Suddenly, they saw Aotearoa and sailed close to the land. They were soooooo excited to see a new land.
The next job was to drag the waka onto the golden beach, so they cut tall native trees down.
Then they rolled it over the logs like in the book "Five Green Speckled Frogs"! They dragged the waka with a rope made out of cocnut fibre.
Finally they unloaded coconuts, a juicy pig and the bananas they had left, onto the beach to save for dinner.


  1. Hi Room 2, I really enjoyed visiting your class the other day and seeing the cool things you are doing. You have so many wonderful things going on. This Kid Pix picture is very clever Yvonne. I love the detail in it.
    Mrs Burt

  2. Hi i am joseph from burnham school in room 2 ilike you'r picture it's cool!!

  3. hi my name is kalani I like your picture it look cool I am from burnham school

  4. HI yvonn i like youy peikchea of you jraging the waka on the bech. It was like a haafe of the waka on the bech and a waka that is not on the bech.

  5. Hi Yvonne, I like the way you drew your picture because it has alot of details.Keep up the good work,i love your picture.

  6. Hi! I am from University of South Alabama in Mobile, AL. I am in Dr. Strage's EDM 310 class. I think this is a great story! Very cute. I also love the picture that goes along with it. I like to see visuals when I am reading a story. Great job!


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