Monday, 29 April 2019
Thursday, 11 April 2019
Friday, 5 April 2019
This week we learned about how to simple sentence into a compound sentence.
Susie went to the pools. Susie forgot her togs.
Susie went to the pools, and Susie forgot her togs.
The simple sentence Susie went to the pools. Susie forgot her togs.
This is talking about Susie going to the pools but there were talking about Susie first then we but a full stop in between Susie forgetting her togs.
The compound sentence. Susie went to the pools, and Susie forgot her togs. in this compound sentence they are still talking about Susie going to the pools but there in it, it had a comma in between Susie forgetting her togs. They were talking about Susie going to the pools and forgetting her togs together.
Thursday, 4 April 2019
These beautiful dolphin are unique to Aotearoa, New Zealand. The are the world's smallest dolphin, Māui dolphins are friendly and playful, with distinctive black Mickey-Mouse-ear dorsal fins.
But they could soon disappear forever - unless we act now. Scientists estimate that just 63 adult Māui dolphins survive today. They are on the brink of extinction. The Māui dolphin population has plummeted from around the 1500 into the 1970s, when deadly set nets (also known as gillnets) were widely introduced to our lake, ocean and sea.
Now for my conclusion, these critically endangered dolphins can be saved if the New Zealand government supports affected fishing people and communities to move to methods of fishing that are safe for dolphins and ends set netting and traditional trawling to across all of their known range.
YOU CAN HELP SAVE THESE DOLPHINS
Your help would be crucial to stop their the Māui’s extinction. Ordinary Kiwis like you have the ability - the ability to call government and business to act. Together, it's possible for us to save Māui dolphins.