Thursday, April 6, 2017

Laudato Si!

Laudato Si

During that past weeks, we Saint Pius X School have been learning about the letter Pope Francis has written to everyone in the world.It talks about how we as humans take to much of what we don’t need. Also how we have ruined this planet. The earth was perfect until we came and hurt it. We cut down its trees, forest, polluted the air/ground etc. But we need to make a change in order to have a healthy planet.This planet is God’s gift to us which we take for granted.

Laudato Si

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

God's Glory through Creation!


Nature Walk
Recognise that creation shows God's Glory and goodness to the world.

I see god through the Stars!
I think the stars shows god’s glory because God is like the stars he shines his light on when we need it the most and we are the night because when we are sad that is our emotion and god tries his best to shine his light on us!
Image result for stars god

Sunday, March 26, 2017

My Word Cloud!

My Word Cloud

To develop in my Vocabulary and show my new words creatively!

Here is my word cloud with new vocabulary relating to the Environment.

Vocabulary/New Words:

  1. Environment
  2. Habitat
  3. Organism
  4. Ecosystem
  5. Creatures
  6. Spaces
  7. Biodiversity 
  8. Invertebrate 
  9. Native
  10. Species
  11. Conservation

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Our Green Space!

Our Green Space

To find out habitats in our green space.

St John Paul ll Aigia green space is located at the back of our school on a hill. Here are some of the living organisms that live there such as....
  1. Fruit Trees (orange, apple etc.)
  2. Insects ( Ants, Butterflies, Bees etc.)
  3. Flowers (Daisies, Mini Sunflowers)
Our green space is covered in grass and living organisms. Which helps our green space come alive.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Welcome Blog!


Talofa Lava, my name is Brooke I am attending Saint Pius X School and this is my first blog. I'm 12 Years old and my teacher is Mrs Tui I'm in a wonderful class called  SPX NU'U (Rm 7). I belong to St John Paul II Aiga.