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.