Today the whole school saw two twin baby lambs. They looked like hundreds of little cotton wool balls. I liked their mouths going up and down. I got to feed both of the lambs and felt pushy like a heavy baby. By Lucy Age 6
Today we are learning about Archeys Frog. It is nearly extinct. It lays eggs. They don't lay just tadpoles, they lay little frogs. They have beautiful colours on them and they sparkle in the sun. And they are as small as a bottle top.
By Asha age 5
Here we are with our Inanga sock puppets. Come and see us in our production, singing "You Can Count on me" We have been practising hard and are really excited!
We have been learning about native and endangered birds. Check out" The Great Kereru Count" on the Kids Conservation website. Join in with this project to count how many kereru we have.
Google kids conservation club for the website.
Archeys Frog is endangered.People keep cutting trees so Archeys Frog hasn't got a place to live.It is small as a bottle top and it needs help. And it lays eggs and when they are born they are small.
By Kate Age 6
Archeys Frog is little. It is so tiny it's as little as a top bottle. It's laying baby eggs. The baby frog is lying on it's mother's back. By Aaliyah age 6
Archeys frog is as little as a bottle top and it is endangered.
By Zarni age 5
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