Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Portait

This is a portrait that Joseph created of himself.

Rugby


Yay! Last Wednesday Room 8 students from Glenbrae School went to the courts with Mrs Moopanar and we saw Hamish waiting there ready to teach us rugby.
We went on to the courts to play Rats and Rabbits. We had to touch our partner. Then we played bull rush and I was the tagger.
I learnt how to play bull rush which was really fun.
By Kahn

Monday, 30 May 2011

Portait

This is a portrait that Keti created of herself.

Friday, 27 May 2011

Portrait

This is a portrait that James created of himself.

Thursday, 26 May 2011

Portait


This is a portrait that Tominika created of herself.

Portait

This is a portrait that Cornelius created of himself

Portrait

This is a portrait that Voni created of himself.

Rugby



Yay! Room8 students  were going to the court  to play rugby with Hamish and the the person   who  was taking Room 8  was Mrs R Moopanar.

When we got there we had to put the bands around our body. We played Rats and Rabbits.

I enjoyed playing Rugby with Hamish because I learnt a lots of new skills.


by Jezebella

Friday, 20 May 2011

Portrait

This is  a portrait that Malulu created of himself.

Thursday, 19 May 2011

Portrait

This is a portrait that Brandon created of himself

Wednesday, 18 May 2011

MOTAT

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This is a slideshow of photographs of taken of Room 8 students during their visit to MOTAT.

Waste wise


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This is a slideshow of photographs taken at a Wastewise Show that Room 8 attended.

Thursday, 12 May 2011

Road Safety

Yay! Last Thursday Room 8 students went for a walk with Constable Julie and Mrs Kelly. We went down Fenchurch Street. There we practised how to cross the road properly.

We walked past a creek and it had heaps of hazards like old furniture and it could block the drains and flood it.

When we got back to school I was exhausted but it was really fun and interesting because I learnt about Road hazards.

Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Make a Porotaka

Make a Porotaka

Have you ever wondered how a porotaka is made?

To make a porotaka you will need two strips of flax at least 30 centimetres long. The strips should both be the same width.

These are the steps you need to follow:
1. Fold strip A
2. Place strip B inside the fold of strip A.
3. Weave strip B around strip A as shown.
4. Pull the four ends tightly to form a square. Trim the blades so they are all  the same length.
5. Nail or pin it to a stick.

By Kahn and Tominika

Monday, 9 May 2011

Aerofoil

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These are the instructions that Kahn used to make an aerofoil

Saturday, 7 May 2011

Portrait

This is a portrait created by Kahn from Room 8.

Friday, 6 May 2011

Making a Porotaka

video
These are the instructions that Brandon followed to make his porotaka.

Portrait

This is a portrait of Tyrone from Room 8.

Aerofoil

Procedure: Aerofoil.

Have you ever wondered how an aerofoil is made?

The purpose of my writing is to make an aerofoil

The materials I used were:
string
paper
cellotape
holepunch

The steps I used were:
1.Fold a piece of paper into halves.
2.Make a hole in the middle using a holepunch.
3.Use a  piece of  cellotape to stick the paper together.
4. Thread the string through the hole.

By Tominika

Thursday, 5 May 2011

Portrait


This is a portrait created by Deandra from Room 8.

Portrait

This is a portrait created by John from Room 8.

MOTAT TRIP


This is a slideshow of some pictures of Room 8 students taken during their visit to MOTAT
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