CS11 are learning about the Pacific Islands, and how the ocean affects lifestyle and culture. We are also learning about why the ocean needs to be conserved. (Parents, please scroll down the page to find the plan and our assessment chart.)

Links to Important Pacific Islands Learning Stuff:

Transit of Venus: Waka Voyagers!
Wicked: Mana Pasifika Projects!
Zuitube: Videos About the Pacific for Kids
The Wayfinder Game: Play it here!
Traditional Stories: Digital Legends

Links to Important Information about Protecting Oceans and Marine Life

Save Our Seas: The Pacific Ocean
Ecokids: Play here!
Oil and Water Don’t Mix: Start Here!
Oil and Water Don’t Mix: Memory Puzzles
Major Oil Spills Crossword: Try solve it here!
Don’t Mess the Sea! Watch It Now . . .
Don’t Mess the Sea: Memory Puzzle
Don’t Mess the Sea Puzzle: Play Here!
Marine Safety Wordfind!Find your words here

Creating Waka!

CS11 made waka with CS12. Here we are creating and sawing and planning our work.

Our Work:

Pacific Islands, By Henri

Breadfruit, By Fern
Breadfruit, By William
Breadfruit, By Rommy
Breadfruit by Luciella
Breadfruit, By Jamie
Bread Fruit Chips, by Michael

Toddy Cutters, By Annie
Toddy Cutters, By Isaac
Toddy Cutters, By Chris

Flying Boats, By Ashley
Coral, By Zahra
Flying Boats and Coral Islands, By George
Coral, By Kalia
Flying Boats and Coral Islands, By Joss

Don’t Waste Water, By Che
Don’t Waste the Water, By Lyall
Don’t Waste The Water, By Stephanie
Don’t Waste the Water, By Tim

Cooking an Uga (Coconut Crab), by Zebony


Plans and Assessment for Parents:

Pasifika Matrix for self assessment


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