Saturday, March 21, 2015

Chocolate Crackles Recount By Najib

Learning Intention
l am learning to use a hook to capture audience interest
                            levels.


Last Friday our whole class worked together and we each had jobs to do.


First we all washed our hands then put all the paper cases on a plate. Liam and Sanujan and Aung Naing put the paper cups onto the plate.


Then we measured the rice bubbles. Alaree’o, Tai, Joel and Riley had the fun job of measuring the four cups of rice bubbles


Nyjah measured the icing sugar. Shailah measured the coconut. Joshua poured the kremelta.
We counted from one to ten during mixing the ingredients.


Alaree’o, Taylor, Kohatu and Shailah took the chocolate crackles to the fridge.


After lunch I was excited when Miss Paton got the chocolate crackles out of the fridge. They were yum. They tasted delicious. The chocolate crackles were crunchy and cold.

My Fruit Burst Investigation By Sanujan


This is my Fruit Burst investigation I worked with Nyjah, Taylor, De Niro and Alaree'o.
I found out how many lollies in the packet. There were 5 bananas, 2 strawberry, 2 lemon and lime, 8 orange and 9 wild berry. The fun part was colouring the lollies and gluing them on to make a pictograph. My team worked really hard to finish our work.

My Chocolate Crackles Recount By De Niro


Last Friday room 7 made chocolate crackles. We made them with cocoa, coconut, rice bubbles, icing sugar, and kremelta, We all got to mix the ingredients. We were all excited to eat the chocolate crackles, but we had to eat them in the afternoon. I didn’t want to eat them in the afternoon because it took too long but I still wanted to eat them. They looked so yum when I got to taste them they tasted like cocoa. They were delicious.  
                                                  

Alaree'o's Chocolate Crackles Recount

Chocolate Crackles


Mmm the crackle in my tummy is feeling funny.

On Friday Room 7 made Chocolate Crackles. My role was mixing and pouring the cocoa, the Coconut  and the kremelta. Joshua tipped  the kremelta into the bowl. Aiden, Alex and Sharon tipped the cocoa in the bowl. Me, Tai, Joel and Riley tipped the Rice Bubbles in the bowl. Liam, Sanujan, Aung Naing and Alex had a turn sorting out the paper cups. The Chocolate Crackles got put in the fridge  by Avalon, Me, Taylor and Joseph. In the afternoon we ate them and  they were yummy.

Marieta's Fijian Mihi


This is my Mihi in Fijian.

My Woven Picture Reflection By Hajera

Making a Woven photo Reflection
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  1. What are you most pleased with? Why / why not?

Eyes lined up.


2. What did you learn from making your woven picture?
I learned to go under and over to weave.




3. What did you find easy?
Ruling the lines.



4. What did you find difficult?
The cutting.




5. Who did helped you with your woven picture?
Miss Paton and Mrs Linda.



6. What would you change? why / why not?

The cutting because it was crooked.


7. What would you do to improve your woven picture next time?
Try to cut straighter.

Kohatu's Woven Picture

 

This is my woven artwork. 
I am very happy with how it turned out because my eyes match.
It was fun doing the weaving. The gluing was tricky.
It looked good.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Alex's recount on making Chocolate Crackles

Learning intention
I am learning to use a hook to capture audience interest
levels

I was excited because we were making chocolate crackles and Miss Paton said that I was going to help set out the cups along with Liam, Sanujan and Aung Naing so when we all ran out of cups from the packets so all of us went back to the class that was surrounding Miss Paton. Then we discovered she asked Tai, Joel and Riley to do the measuring for the Rice Bubbles in a measuring cup. After that Miss Paton also asked Shailah to measure one cup of coconut into the mixture and Nyjah poured 1 cup of icing sugar into the bowl.Alex, Sharon and Aiden got the job of putting the cocoa into the bowl and joshua poured the kremelta then all of us in the class got a turn to stir the bowl for ten seconds. Avalon, Mele, Hajera and caesar got to fill the cups and Kohatu, Alaree’o, Taylor, Juliet, Nyjah, Jacob, Shailah and Avalon took the chocolate crackles to the fridge.So they got all crunchy when we got them back so when we did they went snap,crackle pop as we put some chocolate crackles into our mouths. They tasted like coconut which I do not like, but the chocolate took over. They tasted better and so I saved the other next one I got for my Mum. Then a few minutes I got another one. There was one more and I knew that my Dad didn’t like coconut and saved that last one for my brothers to halve. I liked them (even though they had coconut) so when I got home I asked my Mum to make some for me and she said yes.

Making Chocolate Crackles By Najib

This is Najib's recount writing on making Chocolate Crackles.

Learning Intention
l am learning to use a hook to capture audience interest
                            levels.

Last Friday our whole class worked together and we each had jobs to do.

First we all washed our hands then put all the paper cases on a plate. Liam and Sanujan and Aung Naing put the paper cups onto the plate.

Then we measured the rice bubbles. Alaree’o, Tai, Joel and Riley had the fun job of measuring the four cups of rice bubbles

Nyjah measured the icing sugar. Shailah measured the coconut. Joshua poured the kremelta.
We counted from one to ten during mixing the ingredients.

Alaree’o, Taylor, Kohatu and Shailah took the chocolate crackles to the fridge.

After lunch I was excited when Miss Paton got the chocolate crackles out of the fridge. They were yum. They tasted delicious. The chocolate crackles were crunchy and cold.

Friday, March 13, 2015

Sanujan's Mihi in Tamil


 This is Sanujan's Mihi in Tamil. Tamil is the language that he speaks in his home country Sri Lanka.