Wednesday, 19 December 2012

My Christmas Movie by Angel

This is my Christmas movie I did for my family overseas in Australia. I hope you like it and MERRY CHRISTMAS

Thursday, 13 December 2012

My art reflection on Endless Rhythm By Angel

1. Are you pleased with your Endless Rhythm painting? why / why not? Yes, because it looks really cool

2. What did you find easy when you created your Endless Rhythm painting?
Painting half the plates and half the cups

3. What part did you find tricky when you were creating your Endless Rhythm painting? -think about painting, ruling it up tracing plates, cups, etc.I found drawing the snake tricky

4. Who / What helped you when you were painting?
Isabella, Caitlin, but Miss Paton helped me the most

5. What would you do differently next time? Think about: colours, painting, ruling up, etc.
I would not leave white marks on my art next time

6. What frustrated you when you created your Endless Rhythm painting?
The thing that frustrated me was painting the snake because you had to use lots of different colours

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

My poster on ANZAC Day By Angel

This is my poster on ANZAC Day.

My presentation By Angel

Asmah & Angel from Joy Paton on Vimeo.

This is my presentation that me and Asmah presented to the class. Our presentation is based on The cherry blossom festival. Fine assessed me on how I did.

Friday, 7 December 2012

My presentation rubric on Asmah By Angel

This is my presentation rubric on Asmah. I assessed her this morning. I think she did well on her eye contact and her clear voice. I think she didn't do well slide layout and the knowledge of topic. Her slide layout wasn't really that well because the font was really hard to see because it was kind of blending in with the background. But the rest of her presentation was really well done. Please leave some comments.

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

My presentation on ANZAC Day By Angel

This is my presentation on ANZAC. Me Isabella and Fine made it together. Please leave some comments.

Angel's Netbook reflection By Angel

This year I have found using my netbook to be successful. I have enjoyed using my netbook because, it can help with research / inquiry. I have enjoyed researching for answers and learning new things. You don’t have to go to the library to research we just can go on our netbooks and research. It has been really fun using my netbook for researching. I have learnt a lot this year by using my netbook for researching. Maybe I can use the things that I have learnt this year next year for researching. I have learnt putting information in my own words. I have also learnt to skim and scan for information.

The barriers in using my netbook are when you cannot connect to websites that are important. Connectivity can sometimes get in the way of our learning when we are on our netbooks. Sometimes we cannot connect to learning activities online like Maths Whizz. There can sometimes be flash problems on some of our netbooks. Some stupid idiots can sometimes break into the class and steal some netbooks like what happened this year.

The interesting aspects / parts to using my netbook are, being able to access lots of different websites. We can all put our amazing work up on our blog so people can see our work. People around the world can see our blogs and comment on our work. When we do our work on our netbook Miss Paton can give us feedback and comments.

Thursday, 29 November 2012

My comment to Isabella and Taryn By Angel

This is my comment to Isabella and Taryn.

My comment to Caitlin and Fine By Angel

This is my comment that I made to Caitlin and Fine on their Diwali poster.

Wednesday, 28 November 2012

My Bio Poem By Angel

 Is: Creative, Talented, Sensitive, Sensible 
 Daughter of: Sarai and Tavita
 Sister of: Arianna and Angari 
 Lover of: Music, Family, Life, singing, Instruments 
 Who feels: Guilty after I have lied, loved by her family, lonely when your friend’s gone out of Auckland 
 Who gives: love to her family and friends, donations to charities, kindness to everyone 
 Who fears: Strangers at night, Rejection, Aggressive Dogs 
 Who would like to see: Money grow on trees, the Eiffel Tower, Houses made out lollies 
 Who lives: in Panmure, Auckland, New Zealand

This is my Wallwisher on ANZAC Day By Angel

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

My posters on The Cherry Blossom Festival

These are mine and Asmah's Posters on The Cherry Blossom Festival. We made it after we did our presentation. Please leave some comments

Thursday, 15 November 2012

My presentation on The Cherry Blossom Festival By Angel

This is my presentation on The Cherry Blossom Festival. We made some questions, answered them and made it into a presentation. Please leave some comments

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

My presentation Rubric By Angel

This is my Topic Presentation Rubric. I assessed Fine on how she did presenting. She was really good on eye contact and setting out the presentation really well. Please leave a comment.

Wednesday, 24 October 2012

My Wordle on Celebrations and Festivals By Angel

This is my wordle on celebrations and festivals. Please leave a comment

Friday, 19 October 2012

My term 4 tasks to complete By Angel

This is my tasks that I have done this term. Please leave some comments

Thursday, 18 October 2012

My Wallwisher on the Cherry Blossom Festival By Angel

This is my wallwisher on The Cherry Blossom Festival. They celebrate this festival in Japan. Please leave a comment.

My results on Sumdog By Angel

This is my results on Sumdog. Please leave some comments

Monday, 15 October 2012

My Popplet on Festivals and Celebrations

This is my Popplet that I made. It's a brainstorm of what kind of celebrations there are in the world. Please leave a comment

Thursday, 16 August 2012

My Art Reflection By Angel

Print Making Reflection

 1. Are you pleased with your prints? Why / Why not? Yes, because it looks really nice and I like how the colours stand out

 2. What is your favourite print and why? Crayon Rubbing, Crayon and Dye, Dry Ink and Wet Ink Crayon Rubbing because it was easiest thing to do

 3. What is your least favourite print and why? The crayon and dye was my least favourite because it doesn’t come out that well 4. What did you find easy? Crayon because you just needed to rub the crayon on to the paper

 5. What did you find hard? The hardest part I did was the dry ink because I had to roll really hard with the roller

 6. What would you do different next time? Take my time

 7. Who / What has helped you in the printmaking process? Miss Paton, Mr Blackmore, Isabella, Tim, Caitlin and Fine

 8. What is something you have learnt from printmaking? I have learnt that you have to roll hard when you are doing your dry ink and rub the crayon onto the paper as hard as you can

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Olympic Google Map

We are learning how to create a Google map. I know how to place mark cities on a map and add information about each city. I have embedded my Google map here.
View Olympic Host Cities in a larger map

Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Australia's Medal Winning Sports By Angel

This is my graph that I have had. As you can the most gold medals was won for sailing. The most Silver medals was won for Swimming and the most Bronze medals was won for Cycling and Swimming.

My Medal Table By Angel

This is my table that I made of how many medals Australia has got and what sport they got their medals in.

Monday, 13 August 2012

My Olympic Medal Tally By Angel

This is my graph on how many medals that New Zealand, Australia, Canada, U.S.A, China and Great Britain has had from the 2012 Olympic Games. My graph shows that U.S.A has the most medals with 46 Gold, 29 Silver and 29 Bronze with the total of 102. My graph also shows that New Zealand has the least medal with 5 gold, 3 Silver and 5 Bronze.

Thursday, 9 August 2012

This is my comment to Miss Paton

This is my comment that I made to Miss Paton on the movie she made on the BP Challenge

Tuesday, 31 July 2012

My Report on Valerie Adams By Angel

Valerie Adams

Valerie Kasanita Adams is a famous New Zealand shot putter. She has broken many world records and has won many gold medals. Valerie Adams makes New Zealand proud of her achievements

 Valerie Kasanita Adams was born on October 6th 1984 in Rotorua, New Zealand and was brought up in a Christian background. Her mother Lilika Ngauamo was Tongan and her father Sydney Adams was English born. She also has several brothers that are over 7ft tall. Sadly her mother died when she was 15 years old and her mother inspired her. In 2010 she divorced her husband Bertrand Vili.

 Valerie was a shy child when she was at school. She was also very tall and good at basketball. Her P.E teacher spotted her talents at high school in Mangere and noticed her good forearm throws.

 Valerie Adams broke the record for shot put in bare feet in the junior championships. She also won a gold medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. In Jamaica she threw a shot put at 17.73m and won silver at the Commonwealth Games. She is currently holding the New Zealand Oceanian, Commonwealth Games and equal World championship records with a personal best throw of 21.24 metres.

 Her first coach was Kristern Hellier. She was a very well known Javelin player. They met in 1998 and were together for 11 years. Valerie Adam’s coach now is Jean-Pierre Egger

 Valerie Adams’s makes New Zealand proud of her achievements. Valerie will make New Zealand proud in the 2012 Olympic games and will win lots of gold medals.

This is my Popplet on what I know about the Olympics

Wednesday, 25 July 2012

My Jean Batten Report By Angel

Jean Gardneer Batten

During the 1930s, Jean Batten became a very famous woman from New Zealand. She also broke lots of world flying records and faced many sad moments.

Jean was born on 15th September 1902 in Rotorua, New Zealand. She had three older brothers but one died at birth.  Her mother worked as an actress and her father worked as a dental surgeon.

In 1924 she was enrolled at a girls boarding college in Remuera, Auckland where she learned ballet and piano. Though she was a gifted pianist, at the age of 18 she wanted to be a pilot, inspired by the Australian Charles Kingsford Smith, who took her for a flight in his Southern Cross. In 1929 she moved to England with her mother to join the London Aeroplane Club.

Jean Batten Broke many records. In November 1935 Jean Batten became the first woman to fly from England to South America. In 1936 she made her first direct flight from England to New Zealand, leaving England in October and arriving at Mangere aerodrome in Auckland taking 11 days and 45 minutes where she was also welcomed by a crowd of 6,000 people.
Jean had some very sad momments in her life. She received bad news that the man she was planning to marry was missing. Jean went to Austrailia to help search for her fiance. Jean was very sad when she found out that her fiance was killed.

In 1982 she was bitten by a dog on the island of Majorca. She refused treatment and the wound became infected. She died alone in a hotel in Majorca and is buried there.

Jean became very well known after she had died. Her family and friends found out 5 years later that she died. Jean Batten’s world records will still be remembered around the world and especially in New Zealand and she will still be one of  New Zealand’s famous person.

Monday, 16 July 2012

My Olympic Wordle By Angel

This is my Wordle on our topic Olympics. Please leave some comments

Monday, 18 June 2012

My tasks that I completed

This is my tasks that I completed. Please leave some comments.

Tuesday, 12 June 2012

My Reflection on my Hot Air Balloon

1. Are you pleased with your Hot Air Balloon? why / why not? 
Yes because it looks really awesome
 2. What did you find easy when you made your Hot Air Balloon?
 I found Papier Mache easy
 3. What part did you find tricky when you made your Hot Air Balloon?
 I found drawing the outside of the ribbon tricky
 4. Who / What helped you when you made your Hot Air Balloon?
 Liantre, Taryn and Miss Paton
 5. What would you do differently next time? 
Think about: Painting, Smoothing, Gluing of ribbon, Glittering and Time Management?
 Smoothing it
 6. What frustrated you when you made your Hot Air Balloon? 
 Drawing on the outside of the ribbon because I couldn’t hold it still

Wednesday, 16 May 2012

My Instructions for making a Paper Crane

This is My instructions for making a Origami Paper Crane

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

My Wordle on Up,Up and away By Angel

This is my Wordle on our topic Up,Up and away. Please check it out and leave a comment.

My Wordle on Mothers Day By Angel

This is my wordle on Mothers Day. Please check it out and leave a comment.

My Reflection on my origami crane

Reflecting on my Origami Crane

Please write detailed answers, as reflecting helps you build understanding with your learning.

1. Are you pleased with your origami crane? why?
Yes because the shape came out really good.

2. What part did you find easy? why / why not?
Folding the square paper into quarters because I know how to fold paper into halves and quarters.

3. What part did you find tricky / difficult? Why / why not?
Tucking the legs into the wings. I’ve never tucked any thing with paper.

4. Who / What helped you in making your Origami Crane?
Fine helped me fold the paper into a square and Miss Paton helped me with her step by step instructions.

5. What would you do differently next time? Think about folding, listening, persistence (not giving up) etc.
Listen carefuly so next time I could do it by myself and folding the paper correctly.

Thursday, 3 May 2012

The Mintie Challenge in Room 5

This is the Mintie challenge. The longest Mintie wrapper was San tat's because he took his time and ripped the wrapper thinly with the total of 97 centimetres. The shortest Mintie wrapper was Raymond's because he didn't take his time with the total of 5 centimetres. Deziree's and Miss Paton's had the same amount with the total of 65 centimetres.

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

How to make chocolate Easter Eggs

Title: How to make yummy Easter Eggs

Ingredients List:
packet of chocolate melts

1 saucepan 
* Water
Spoons and bread and butter knives
tin foil

Method: - action verbs / bossy words

1. Fill up the kettle with water and let it boil

2. Pour the water into a saucepan

3. Cover the saucepan with a plate

4. Add the chocolate melts onto the plate 

5. Stir the chocolate melts until they’re runny

6. Spoon the chocolate into the molds and tap them down

7. Store the molds in the fridge for 4-5 hours and let them cool

8. Tap the molds down so the chocolates come out

9. Cover the chocolates with tin foil and enjoy

My Multiplication Results By Angel

This is my Multiplication results. I hope you check it out. Please leave a comment.

This is my comment to Fine

Today I made a comment to Fine on her questions for Up,Up and away. Please Check it out and leave a comment.

Thursday, 26 April 2012

My comment to Kaevahna


Thursday, 5 April 2012

My Tapa instructions By Angel

How to make a Tapa Cloth
* Equipment
- Pencil
- Ruler
-30x30cm brown paper
- Vivid
- Bleach
- Brown dye
- Rubber
- Paint brush
- Cotton buds

1. Rule 3cm lines down and across which makes a 10 x 10 grid.
2. Draw in your patterns and border.
3. Go over your patterns with a vivid and shade in some of the your patterns too.
4. Rub out you grid.
5. When you have finished drawing your patterns scruch up your Tapa 10 times.
6. Dye the Tapa with brown dye with a paint brush.
7. Bleach your tapa with cotton buds the areas you would like white.
8. Hang your Tapa up on the wall.

Wednesday, 28 March 2012

This is Room 5's favorite Ice Cream Flavours By Angel

Cookies and Cream and Chocolate were the most liked Ice Cream flavours chosen in the class. The total was 9. The least favourite Ice Cream Flavour chosen was Goody Goody Gum Drops ice cream. The total was 1. The Ice Cream flavours chosen by the same number of people were Vanilla and Hokey Pokey (4) and Cookies and Cream and Chocolate (9).

Monday, 19 March 2012

My Tapa Reflection By Angel

Reflecting on my Tapa Cloth

1. Are you pleased with your Tapa Cloth? why / why not?
Yes because I like the way that the patterns are arranged and also because I used lots of time to put into my tapa.
2. What did you find easy when you were creating your Tapa?
Drawing the grid.
3. What did you find tricky when you were creating your Tapa?Drawing the the flowers.
4. If you made another Tapa, what would you change and why?The patterns and flowers.
5. Who / What has helped you in creating your Tapa? Isabella
6. Did you use any of your own cultural patterns in your own Tapa? Which ones? What do they mean? If you didn’t use your cultural patterns, what did patterns did you use? Where did they come from?
I didn’t use my own cultural patterns when I made my Tapa.
7. What geometric elements does your Tapa Cloth show? Reflection, Rotation, Translation?
Reflection and Rotation.

Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Birthdays in Room 5

In Room 5 September is the month that has the most birthdays celebrated. The least birthdays celebrated in Room 5 is November. The months celebrated by the same number of people are: January,February,March,May,June,July and December.

Tuesday, 13 March 2012

My Wall wisher By Angel

This is my Wall Wisher on the attributes I look for in friends

Thursday, 8 March 2012

My great time at Eastern Beach

I had such a great time at Eastern beach and here is how it started. On Monday 27th of February the whole school went to Eastern Beach for a picnic. There were lots of teachers and parent helpers that were coming. In our class we had Isabella’s Aunty Eme come, Aryans Grandma, Juliano’s brother Tom and Keri. All the classes lined up in front of their class to get ready. When we went into the driveway there were no buses. I was not that happy because I was really excited, I could not wait to go on the bus. On the bus I sat next to Caitlin and Liantre. It was so boring in the bus, but I was still excited. When we were near Eastern beach everyone on the bus saw flash houses. When we got there I saw nice golden sand with pretty shells and and a big blue sea with a nice hot sun. I was so happy. The first thing we did was eat some morning tea and wait for the others to arrive. When everyone was there Mr Johnston told us some rules to follow and introduced other activities. The sports were Baseball, Rugby and Volleyball. There was also a life jacket drill. The first class to go swimming was Room 1 and the first class that went to go to the life jacket drill was Room 8. When I was waiting to go swimming I sat with my Aunty and Caitlin. When I heard Mr Johnston I thought that Room 5 was going swimming but this was not the case. It was Room 7 that was taking part in the life jacket drill and Room 8 going swimming. When I was waiting to go swimming I played vollyball with Asmah,Nicola and Fine. When we were playing it was weird because there was no net so we just played with the ball. In the middle of the game Miss Paton told Room 5 to get ready to go swimming. When she said that I rushed to my Aunty to get ready I was so excited. I ran to go swimming but I forgot my goggles so I had to go and get them from my swimming bag. When I got back I saw Room 7 getting out and going swimming with no life jackets and Room 8 swimming out. Our first activity was life jacket drill. When I got one it was soaking wet. Mr Johnston showed us how to put on the life jacket. When he was finished talking I put on my life jacket then I jumped in the water. It was like a sea with ice blocks. I was swimming with Isabella and Fine. I got use to the water when I stayed in there. Ms Kirkpatrick,Mrs Huggins and Mr Johnston took turns on a canoe. When we were swimming Ms Kirkpatrick was on the canoe. We got told to go further and further by Ms Kirkpatrick because we were still near the sand so me and Isabella had a race. After we had finished our turn with the life jacket it was Room turn and us Room 5 went swimming with Room 7 with no life jackets. When I went swimming I swam with Leenas and Germaine. When we all finished we got some lunch to eat. We had only got 30 minutes to eat or more. When we were finished Mr Jonhston said that we could have our last swim so me Leenas and Gemaine went to go have our last swim. This time Mrs Huggins was on the canoe and some people even tried to get on it. Then I little while later Mr Johnston said to get out and get changed. So I went to my Aunty and got dressed. After that my Aunty told Miss Paton that I was going home and not going on the bus back to school I was going Mc Donalds and going home to have a shower. Next year I hope to go back to Eastern Beach again.

Thursday, 16 February 2012

All about me: Angel

Hi my name is Angel and I am in Room 5. I am 9 years old and I
go to Panmure Bridge School. In my spare time I like hanging out with
my friends. I also enjoy playing on my computer at home. I hope you enjoy my blog for the year.