Tuesday, May 26, 2009

I Made My Mothers Day


Last Sunday it was a special day for my mother. It was Mothers day. My sister had a plan. No one knew about this plan except me and my 2nd oldest sister Faheema (Fa-hee-ma). My Oldest sister Naima (Na-ee-ma) said to Faheema go and tell your friend to buy you a bouquet (because my oldest sister was in London). Our plan was to get a bouquet and put it on the bed then Faheema will tell my brother the plan, my brother will go and get our mum and our aunt and give them a surprise. It was late and my mum and aunt saw the bouquet and they were really happy. It even had a not on it saying "HAPPY MOTHERS DAY mum and aunt" from Naima (Sister), Faheema (Sister), Moonisah (Sister), Mubasshira, Mohammed (brother), Saadiya (Cousin), Shahid (Cousin). My sister and I were laughing so much that our stomach was hurting. My mum said to us "Was this your plan to get a bouquet?" we said "Yes but Naima told us to get it".

The bouquet had glitter all over it, it looked beautiful. The amazing thing about the bouquet was that it looked like fake flowers but it was real flowers and we had to put it in a jar with water in it.

The flowers were gob smacking. I loved them. Next time we will make a superior plan.

The End

Thanks to (http://www.arenaflowers.com/files/Image/arenaflowers.com/bespoke/weddings/bouquets/bridal_bouquets/weddings-white-rose-yellow-freesia-bridal-bouquet-lg.jpg) for this image.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

My MihiMihi

English
Hi My name is Mubasshira
I am 10 years old
I am a year 5 at Point England School
My teacher is Ms Squires
I live in Glen Innes,
New Zealand with my family
In my family there is my dad my mum my 3 sisters and my brother.

Maori
Ko Maungarei te Maunga ( My Mountain is Mt Wellington )
Ko Tamaki te awa ( My River is Tamaki )
Kei Glen Innes toku kainga noho ( I live in Glen Innes)
No India ahau ( I come from India)
Ko Point England toku kura ( I go to Point England school)
Ko Abdulhak raua ko Salaam oku koro ( My Grandfathers are Abdulhak and Salaam)
Ko Zubeda raua ko Raseda oku kuia ( My Grandmothers are Zubeda and Raseda)
Ko Anwar toku Matua ( My father is Anwar)
Ko Sajeda toku Whaea ( My mother is Sajeda)
Tekau oku tau ( I am 10 years old)
Ko Mubasshira taku Ingoa ( My name is Mubasshira)
No reira Tena Koutou, Tena Koutou, Tena Koutou Katoa

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Wannanosaurus Information


Wananosaurus


Anatomy
Wananosaurus (named after the chinese province where its very incomplete skeleton was found) was a tiny homalocephalid dinosaur about 2 feet (60 cm) long. It was a very priitive pachycephalosaur (related to pachycephalosaurus and stegocerus, other dinosaurs with thick skulls that probably engaged in head butting activities). The homalocephalids had thick but flat topped skulls. It was a herbivore that walked on two strong legs, had short arms, a stiff talk,and a thick set body.

Behavior
Wannanosaurus may have been a herding dinosaur that lived in small groups in coastal and upland regions.Running was probably the first line of self defence. There Thick skulls may have been used for ramming rivers during mating and dominance combat for attracting matles and as a last self defence against predators.

Classification
Wannanosaurus was an Ornithschian dinosaur, the order of bird hipped, herbivorous dinosaur. It was a member of the group Morginocephalia and was the largest and the last member of the group pachycephalosauria and the family Homaocephalidae. Wannanosaurus may be the most primitive pachycephalosaur.


When Wannanosaurus Lived

Wannanosaurus lived during the late cretaceous period, about 83 to 73 million years ago.


Diet

Wannanosaurus was an herbivore, eating soft plants fruits, seeds. It`s teeth were small and sharp.


Locomotion

Wannanosaurus walked on 2 legs and was not a very fast dinosaur. It may have gone on all fours to forage for low-lying plants.


Discovery of fossils

Wannanosaurus was named by the Chinese paleontologist Hou in 1977. Fossils have been found in China.