Moa seen in Titahi Bay!
First we stuffed one of our mums socks with newspaper, and we made some eyes, and my daddy made the mouth from cardboard.
step 1: I went up the mountain and collected things to usestep 2: my sister and my dad helped me to put them on
We went up the maunga and found some kawakawa leaves. We put them in my Dad's teapot, and then poured the tea into tiny teacups. It doesn't taste nice though.
Most waterproof bivvy!
I found a good tree. I pegged sheets and two tarpaulins to the tree and a chair. I stuffed in some pillows, a beanbag and made a drink shelf. It rained, and my bivvy survived!
Marshmallows of Doom!
Me and my sister dug for ages. The hard part was that there were lots of rocks (get it? Hard rocks?! Ha ha!) I burnt three marshmallows because they dropped in the chamber of fire!
Wow! I found a moa chick hatching!
I made a tiny moa from plasticine. I made the brown with orange and a tinge of black. I put it in a plant pot to look like a big tree. I put another photo of me looking surprised next to my moa.
Cool as bird feeder
I got beads, a bowl, string and some sticks, put it all together and hung it up on our bottle brush tree.
Bad luck, lady bug!
I got different colours of concrete and made a stick insect. It's brown to camouflage. I added spitters onto the head so it can sneak up and attack little bugs.