Thursday, 25 September 2014

Thursday, 18 September 2014

My FlipSnack

Hero Factroy

Hi everyone as you can see above I have made a hero on a site called hero factory and if you want to make on click on the link. Here is the link to hero factory. I hope you have fun making your own hero.  The Hero Factory.

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

What is Parliament?

What is Parliament?
If you've watched the news on television, you may have heard reporters say, 
“Today in Parliament …” or “Parliament has passed a new law …”. You've 
probably seen photographs of Parliament Buildings in Wellington, or you 
may have even visited them. But do you know what happens there? What is 
Parliament and what does it do? 
Our Parliament has two parts: the Sovereign (the King or Queen) and the 
House of Representatives. In New Zealand, the Sovereign is usually represented 
by the Governor-General. The House of Representatives is made up of about 120 
elected members of Parliament (MPs). The members of Parliament represent 
the views and concerns of the people of New Zealand, which means we are a 
representative democracy.
As well as representing the people, some members of Parliament form 
the Government (or Executive) and are responsible for running the country. 
Parliament also has the job of making new laws, updating old laws, and 
approving decisions about how tax money will be spent for the benefit of all 
New Zealanders. In addition, Parliament has opportunities to question the 
Government’s actions to keep it “accountable” for the decisions it makes.
The Governor-General, on behalf of the Sovereign, acts as New Zealand’s 
head of state. The Governor-General’s role in the work of Parliament is to 
sign off new laws by giving them the Royal assent, open Parliament at the 
beginning of a new term, and close it when there is to be a general election. 
The Governor-General is chosen by the Prime Minister and is appointed by the 
Sovereign, and carries out these responsibilities on advice from the Government.

Monday, 8 September 2014

Atareita's Weekends

Yesterday for Fathers Day I went to church. During church I did a performance with the oasis at my church.
I said a verse for my dad and it was:
Ephesians chapter 6 verse 4
Fathers do not provoke your children to anger by the way you treat them. Rather bring them up with discipline and instructions that comes from the lord.

When I said my verse I was actually kind of nervous, but when I said it I tryed to be confident and it worked. After church everyone kept on saying that they were proud of me. I felt awesome after everyone said that they were proud of me. Then we all went into the Cafe and my dad and uncle helped with the barbecue. My dad and my uncle cooked Onions, Steak, Chops, Marinated Steak and Sausages.

After that one of the lady's at church gave me a medium size pack of lollies and I went to show my sister (Paige). When I went through the tunnel to the basketball court, my other uncle came rushing to me for some of my lollies. I only gave him three because he only wanted three. Furthermore, I finally got to my sister. She saw the lollies that I had in my hand, then she came rushing towards me. She kept on asking for a milkshake, but I said no because she had forgotten my money in her tot ray in her class.

That is what I did Yesterday.

Wednesday, 3 September 2014