This movie is about my family. We learnt how to do different Maori patterns with Mr Hunia. I have animated my picture to show you how it was formed.
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Hi everyone! As you can see in the title above, this is a sad Somalian story. My reading group "Moreporks" have read another interesting a book called Asli's Story by Adrienne Jansen. It is about a young girl named "Asli" she lives in the country of Somalia. But Somalia is a very dangerous country. Alsi then moves to Kenya, and then to New Zealand. But life gets harder for her as she tries to learn all the new languages and ways we live here in Aotearoa. Watch this movie I made using Hyperstudio...
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Mr Hunia has been the student teacher in Room 17 for some of Term 1 and then 7 weeks in Term 2. The last 7 weeks with have been good. In that time we have played games, been creative and done some hard work. Today Mr Hunia has left to go and study back at his Universty (a school for adults).
On his last day (4th of June ) we had lots of fun, because first of all we had to go and do sport at Tamaki College and after that, yes after that, we had to walk back to school and get changed in to our clothes because we had some more sport.
Goodbye Mr Hunia. Room 17 will miss you.
Goodbye Mr Hunia. Have FUN!
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
As you can see this is a picture of my group standing here with our compound word sculpture.
Do you know what a compound word is? A compound word is a word made from two words put together.
Here are some clues to help you guess what our paper mache sculpture is:
1. You can see it at a bowling alleys.
2. It is a royal person that wears a cape.
3. He is also quite special too.
Do you want to guess the compound word??
View Sylvia's blog to find the answer.