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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Christopher Columbus Finding New land

Christopher Columbus sailed in the1400’s to trade with India and it was dangerous. But he didn’t have a boat or any money to do that so he asked the Kings and Queens of every part of Europe but they thought it was a stupid idea. Finally he asked the king of Spain for a boat and some money and he said “Yes” then he said "As long as you make Spain look good then you can sail” “Okay" said Christopher. Then he sailed west and found new land and he thought it was India but it was in fact the Americas. Then they sailed back and he told them he found new land.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Sailing On Ted Ashby






As I was sailing on the Ted Ashby I could feel the wind lashing through my hair, then icy wind started biting my face. When it was time to pull the main sail, I struggled as I heaved on the halliard as hard as I could. On the sides of Ted Ashby, waves were lapping and making strange sounds. As we headed towards the harbour it was time to hoist the sails so we could sail to the harbour bridge.

My Pirate Wordle - July


This is a wordle about pirates from our stories. It tells you the words we used the most and the least. The words that have been used the most from our stories were Pirate, leg, eye, name, black, captain and big. The least were hook, sword and strong.
by Dillon, Max, Silas

Mt East Destroys the Village - July

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What I enjoyed about our volcano movie.It was fun making the movie in a group and getting sticky hands from the dough. We could have done our voice over better so it makes more sense.We could work on our paragrahs so the audience. The part we did really well was we cut out the right pieces of the movie and putting the voice over in the right place where the parts are showing. What I learnt from doing this was I found information about volcanoes can do to the land and how people die from volcanoes. I would change the paragrahs and sentences to make sense.Then make the movie and voice over more interesting.
Silas

Michael Jackson - King of Pop

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Run run as fast as you can - June

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I made a animation using hyperstudio. You will see a volcano erupting while I'm running away.

Rainy Day - June 3 2010





In the cold dismal weather it was wet, stormy and muddy. It was so cold that we had to close the windows in the ugly weather.Thundering and pouring incessantly, it was like buckets of water were falling from the sky. Raindrops were banging on the classroom, like fireworks spinning on the roof.

Iron Brion - May 6 2010




Yesterday the Point England Seniors went to the hall to see Iron Brion talk about Iron. He and his assistant said that if you don't have zinc you can get really sick. He started talking about red meat. He said that if you eat red meat you can have enough energy to last your day. When we played Iron Brion's boogie game, we laughed at Ahsin because he shook his bottom in front of everyone. No one thought that the girls were funny because they just shook their hands in the air. When it was time for him to go we all sighed. When we ate our burger we could feel Iron building up in our muscles.

MTV Volcano

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We wrote songs about what we had learnt about volcanoes.
We reckon this is a choice way to help you remember facts and to show off all the great stuff that we learnt.
by Iva, Samuela, Silas, Studamyer

You Never Know When Someone is Watching - March 31 2010

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Someone is always watching the cool things that we get up to. Perhaps one day we might just make the All Blacks!
by Iva, Samuela, Silas, Studamyer

Capture the Flag - March

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In this movie, Heremaia, Maru and Silas read their really great sentences all about our favourite game - Capture the Flag. The photos were taken by children in Room 15

My Waka Adventure Animation - February

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In this Hyperstudio animation Silas shows us what he learnt. He also says he found out all about how the maori followed the stars to find New Zealand.

February 2010 in Room 14



Welcome to Room 14 Silas.
Click here to see your work from last year.