In Africa an elephant called Bamboo lives with his family. There is mum,dad,brother and sister. Bamboo is 12 years old he is big for his age but he has a very long trunk which he uses to eat and drink. Alesha thought that Bamboo was getting more attention from mum and dad it made her feel upset,alone and angry. So she decided to run away. “It’s annoying, it’s not fair!” Trumpeted Alesha an ran to the river bank which was 10 miles away. Meanwhile her parents were so busy playing with Bamboo that they did not know that Alesha had gone missing. Suddenly Bamboo turned around to ask his sister if she would like to play. But she wasn’t there. “Mum,where is Alesha?” Said Bamboo in a frightened voice. “I don’t know”, said mum “Let’s go and find her”. They went and looked behind the bushes and the trees to see if she was there but she wasn’t there. “Let’s go to the river bank because she always goes there when she is upset”, said Bamboo in a sad voice. Mum,dad and Bamboo walked to the river bank it was a hot, dry and dusty evening they were all very hot and thirsty. “I hope we find Alesha because I am very worried about her”, said dad with a concerned voice. “We’re nearly there”, said Bamboo all excited. Suddenly Bamboo sees Alesha sitting beside the river bank quietly on her own. Alesha turned around and sees her mum,dad and her baby brother standing in front of her. “I’m sorry that I was giving Bamboo more attention he did not have any of his friends to play with. I turned around to ask you if you wanted to play and you weren’t there!” Said mum anxiously. Mum asked Alesha to come home because she had brought her a present. Alesha was excited about the present. She stood up and they all had a drink from the river then they all walked home.
Ye, thats right; Its Sats Week! We Are Trying to achieve the best we can, I wish everyone good luck and Try and aim what you want. My grandad says, *Work for something you want*, And its true.
BELIEVE IN YOURSELF!
Little Miss Smelly by Grace Halworth
Little miss smelly lived in a house on the top of a hill. The problem with little miss smelly is that she never washed,never!
Every time someone walked passed her they grew up or fainted because she stank that bad.
People in the town would say she is lovely but she stinks!
But did Little Miss Smelly care? No she didn’t she did not care one bit.
The house that Little Miss Smelly lived in was untidy,her bedroom was messy,her clothes were everywhere,her bed was never made and even worse there were flies in the kitchen.
Miss Smelly was in her kitchen she wanted a glass of water so she picked up the dirty glass and turned the tap on but no water came out.
I need Mr Plummer to fix my tap she said sadly. she went into the living room to find her phone but the problem was that she could not find it because of all the mess. Miss Smelly decided to see if Little Miss Cupcake was at home.
Later on that afternoon Little Miss Smelly went to Little Miss Cupcakes house she rang the door bell. Miss Cupcake opened the door and fainted, “Oh dear”said Miss Smelly.
Do you know what Miss Smelly did?
She walked straight in and called Mr Plummer,who said I shall be round later.
Suddenly Little Miss Cupcake woke up and said”What are you doing here?”
“I needed to call Mr Plummer”she said with a happy smile.
Little Miss Cupcake was just about to speak but she fainted.
So,Little Miss Smelly said “Bye,thanks for letting me use your phone and off she went back home.
later on Mr Plummer arrived he was wearing a mask because he was so used to Miss Smelly being so smelly.
Mr Plummer said”Why is your house so dirty and so untidy?”.
“I like it like that”,answered Miss Smelly.
“We’ll no offence but your house is very untidy,no one will come round,the people in the village aware saying unkind things about you”.
Little Miss Smelly started to cry she thought of Little Miss Cupcake and her friends . so she asked Mr Plummer to help.
Mr Plummer called the Tidy Up People who were very happy to tidy up.
Later on that evening Little Miss Smelly could not believe her eyes the Tidy up people did such a fantastic job. Her house was so spotlessly clean she jumped for joy and so she thanked Mr Plummer and the Tidy Up People for all their hard work.
Mr Plummer had a surprise “Come and see your new bathroom,”said Mr Plummer with a big smile.
This piece of art I made took about 5 sessions and I used many different materials to construct the finished product. I used coloured tissue, water colours and pencil. It doesn’t have a name yet, but it will soon though! It is has two avatars in it, one a silhouette and one normal and painted; and it has a human with a gun attacking them-he is also only a silhouette.
Pip is raking the leaves.The zoo was ostrich.
Dad and pip is washing the elephant.
Because the monkey was ill.Dad and pip came with doctor.
Dad,pip and monkey they going to home.
Dad and pip help with monkey.
They sleepy in bed to little box.
Monkey was waking up.
The monkey was better because monkey has playing.
The monkey wanted to zoo.
Pip was cry.Because the monkey we went zoo.
We has to mother.
The monkey is playing.
They are happy.
Huli tribe is one of the most famous tribes on Papua New Guinea. Hulis, harsh highlanders, are a jewell of all festivals. The Huli tribe, also known as the “wig-men”, made their home not far from Tari city, which is situated in the central highland of Papua New Guinea. Hulis are mostly civilized, but approximately one tenth of them lives a traditional life. Though this is true, for their fairs and feasts the men come back to their indigenous customs. For these occasions, even the city of Tari is suddenly filled with aborigines dressed in short skirts and traditional wigs richly decorated with feathers. Another reason they are famous is because they paint their faces, usually with yellow, red, and white decorations. They also make wigs from their own hair. The wigs look more like plumed hats, and they are not only intricately decorated with feathers of paradise birds, but also with the feathers from colorful parrots. The indispensable complement of their outfit is an axe with a casuar claw. This is a very dangerous weapon. The back side of a Huli tribesman’s throat is ornamented by various decorations, the most striking of which is a beak of a hornbil. The Huli tribe are nice and pleasant people. Moments spend with them are wonderful.
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The Mende tribe is one of the largest ethnic groups in sierra leone. The Mende belongs to an even bigger tribe named Mande.
Mende people are mostly farmers and hunters, Mende are divided into two groups, the other one is named Halemo and these are members of the hale or secret societies.
The Mende speak Mende language,but their language i also spoken as a regional lingua franca by members of smaller sierra leonean ethnic groups that inhabitat the same part of their country.
by jennifer 6sk
There are hundreds of indigenous tribes in the Amazon rainforest. The indigenous groups in all of South America have disappeared or been torn apart by the colonization process, disease, alcohol, forced labor and war. For long period of time the Amazon rainforest was a giant refugee for the indigenous population. This happened because the lack of a clear economic potential to be exploited by the colonizers. So the rainforestt remained almost untouched by the western culture until the first half of last century. That’s why you still find many indigenous Amazon rainforest tribes in the region, many of them already being under stress from legal (agriculture and cattle) and illegal activities (drug dealers, some wood cutters, some miners and biological traffickers).
There are still over 200 indigenous groups in the Amazon Rainforest , talking 180 different languages and each with their own cultural heritage. If you narrow your view to language families you will still find 30 different language families in the Amazon rainforest. This shows that like the flora and fauna , the cultural diversity in the region is also very high, making it an even more interesting and rich place.
The Kuarup is the biggest indigenous festival and it has being happening annually in July or August for centuries. The Kuarup festival brings many different tribes together to celebrate and honor their dead. Although the motivation is not the most cheerful one the festivities are happy and very enjoyable for outsiders. It’s a huge demonstration of indigenous dance, music, rituals , games and food. Nowadays the Kuarup can be seen by the outsiders on some occasions, not always, as it depends on the mood and willingness of the tribe leaders.
I was setting in my soft chair,i was watching a scared file .and then i hard someone smashing the widow.i though it was on the tv.but then I fell a spicy no my head.it was sucking my ban and it hared. I fell dicy,sick.so I tuner around and noting was then.
The Omo Tribes,Eithopia’s natural beauties! The Omo tribes live near the River Omo- where they get their name from, is located in the southern part of Eithopia. There are three main tribes called: The Surma- also called Suri;the Kara- also called Karo and Hamer, one of the largest tribe group in the Omo Valley. FACT -some of the tribes people decorate their faces with coloured clay as often as three times a day! Their headresses are normally made out of flowers and their surroundings such as twigs;dried corn;straw and seed pods.
ALL THE TRIBES, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER!
- And Turkana!
NOTE: There are some MISSING letters because the Omo tribe doesn’t have tribes beginning with that letter!
DID YOU KNOW?
- It is one of the most unique places on earth beacause of the wide variety of people and animals that inhabit it! The region is known for its culture and diversity!
- It is estimated that over 200,000 people live in the Omo Valley!
- The Omo River runs through the valley and empties into Lake Turkana!
- There are two main national parks in Omo Valley called: Omo National Park and Mago National Park, which are home to the majority of wildlife in the valley!
Hera are three of the animals that you will find in the Omo Valley!
- Bitis Arietans – venomous snake
The tribes that live in the lower Omo Valley are believed to be among the most fasinating on the continent and around the world!
By Tahaani Hamoodi
My 190th Post!
I just madee A Little Wall wisher About tribes..
“Who is in your tribe, Whats It called, And Why did you pick that name?” Thankss!:D
Deforestation is a huge issue worldwide, but what exactly is the nature of this well known, but not commonly understood threat to civilisation? This is what we will explore over the next few paragraphs.
What is deforestation?
Often people leap to conclusions on deforestation assuming it is purely human beings. It is not. As one of the essential natural forms of sustainability. Think about it without deforestation new trees could not grow and within a few hundred years the forests would be a tangled mass of dead wood. Fire, animals, lightning, the wind, storms and now humans are all the key perpetrators. But this is NOT an excuse to log ridiculously as we are stupidly inorant to OUR own world. Another assumption that people make is that it is all big companies doing the logging, sorry but its not. 1/3 of all logging is actually the locals expanding their back yard. True, the main contributor are the cattle ranches, but the locals can make a huge difference, all they need is a education… To view the full story go to www.qwertyscience.wordpress.com!
this next section is temporary
Motives in this are very simple… Money. Cattle ranches want more land to raise their cattle, locals want to have more land to make money and in 30 years time both will pay the price for it. Many people believe in economic rewards for not logging the rain forests but personally I believe that their economic benefit currently is larger than the rewards they get. So that’s not going to work.
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What is your tribe called and who is in it?
Mine is called:THE CLAWED EYE.
HANNAH(ME),HEABA,AYAH,KHEZAR,AND SALMAN are in my group.
We all have learnt about the Tribes and we want to show our teaches that we have learnt some new things and lets show our skills to everyone and show what we know about the Tribes and people who don’t know they can get some information from here!! So please type a comment on here!!! Thank U :)
This is actually my 189th Post on the blog since I Started school.
Anyways, As you know, we’ve been Doing Tribes.
My Tribe is called “The Black Mambas” Named After the Deadliest Snake.
With Morgan (Shes the best ),
Any question; pop them in the comment box beloww.
Thanks! All the Respect,
Demarcoo (*cough* Jayden)
Hello lovely year group, we’re soooooo glad that you are starting to use the blog a little more. PLEASE don’t forget to leave your first name or your initials (your class would be good too) in the title field (box) when you create your post. FROM NOW ON NO NAME=IT WON’T GET PUBLISHED!
Mohawk tribe fact
- MOHAWK WERE INDIANS WHO LIVED IN NEW YORK IM NOT SURE THEY WERE INDIANS PROBABLY CALLED THAT THEY GOT THEIR NAME MOHAWK FROM THEIR ENEMY THE ALGONCIAN’S IT MEANT MAN EATERS HOWEVER THE HAIRSTYLE MOHAWK DOESN’T MEAN MAN EATERS ITS JUST A HAIRSTYLE.MOHAWK PEOPLE CALLED THEMSELVES KANIENHAKA WHICH MEANT PEOPLE OF FLINT MICHIGAN OR JUST FLINT.
- THE MOHAWK ARE ORIGANLY FROM NYC SOME STILL LIVE THEIR WHILST MOST RETREATED IN 1700.
- MOST TRIBES INCLUDING THE MOHAWKS STILL EXISTS.
- Do you have any tips on how to complete amazing Tribe home please tell me
Comment down on what you already know about a Tribe, maybe the food, the place e.g……….
Created by: Louis’s iPad
tribes are either a group of clans, and/or a single clan that follow a certain way of life,have their own god,and follow their own made culture and rules. As a class 6mw have benn looking into the mohawk tride and who they were and how they lived we have been coming up with tribe namesand have been placed in tribe tables. We are expected to work together andact as though we were a tride! we are making up are own gods if our tride has or wants one our own tribe rules and our symbol so that we are well known. kara