It was a bad day, when the bell rang we had to go to the hall. It was just Room 3 to Room 6, when we went into the hall and Mr Coakley said that we had to wait for the Matariki people to come in the hall. When we saw people walking, I thought they were like, wow this is a big school. They came with a big box with lots of papers and sellotape and strings. Mr Coakley introduced them to us and said “This is Ally, she’s going to tell you some information about kites.” She came with papers to the front and on it were countries that had kites. She said that China had the longest kite and they weren’t allowed to fly it because if they put it up in the air it might take everyone up into the sky. She also said after this that we could make some kites, all we needed was paper, sellotape and string. She said “If you are waiting for the sellotape and string you can start decorating your kite. On my kite was Laurence, Alex, Antonio and then I coloured them all. When Ally says “whakarongo mai” we have to say “titiro mai” back to her and she will know that we are looking at her. Then she says some rules and the rules were no screaming in the hall, if you need help just tell the person next to you now start decorating our kite before we waste our fun time. So we started to finish our kite. When we finished Ally said that we had time to fly the kites class by class. The first room to fly there kite was Room 3 when they were running around the hall they all screamed ‘’YEAH’’ the second class was Room 6 we all ran around the hall and screaming ‘’YEAH’’ Room 5 ran screaming ‘’YEAH’’ then last but not least Room 4 when they were running around the hall the bell rang for lunch time we didn’t get to fly our kites outside because it was raining.