Friday, 27 June 2014


This is my Animation Movie that I made. It's not finished but its OK. I think I would need to be more faster at this.
I hope you like this.

100 Word Challenge #36

100 WC #36

“OMG” I shouted to myself. I ran to see what happened. There was a big eggtomic bomb that was just laying on the ground with a cracked shell. I gazed around and I saw the construction workers coming right this way. There had been a car crash and this eggtomic egg was on one of the cars. They were trying to get it back together. It was like Humpty Dumpty broke his shell and no one could fix it. One of the construction workers were blabbering about if I had seen someone that had gone out of the egg. But I kept saying “NO” but they didn't listen.

Friday, 13 June 2014

Whaea Ariana

We Have a New Student Teacher In Our Class.  Her Name Is Whaea Ariana. We have her for 8 weeks and that means we are that lucky.

This is Whaea Ariana, me, and Kiana.
This is Whaea Ariana, and Kiana
This is Whaea Ariana and Liona 

Friday, 6 June 2014

Success Recount

You are going to write a descriptive recount, telling our audience about a time you were successful.  
Describe a time we were successful
Success Criteria
Have you remembered…
- start with something that was said or thought
- Use punctuation (capital letters to start sentences and names and fullstops to end)
- to put everything in the right order
- use describing words and lots of detail.
- Re-read it to check it makes sense

“We are here we are here”. I shouted out. I put on my skates. Then I hopped on the ice. My uncle helped me out with the ice because it was slippery. Last but not least I was skating on my very own.

Firstly the skates were hot shiny pink with light blue laces. They felt like there were pink worms growing out of my feet and they smelled like dirty socks. I tried to see if I could walk on the hard white ground with them but I couldn't, It was to hard for me.
Secondly the ice that I hopped on was very slippery and it looked like it was growing cold steam out of it . The ice had scratches everywhere.

Thirdly My uncle helped me out because I couldn't do it on my own and i fell hard on the ice  when I stepped on it.  My uncle showed me how to do it when i was sitting down on the seats, he was a fantastic skater by the looks from my eyes

Fourthly I said to my uncle “I want to try do it by myself” and I did I went for a lap around the sides. Then I tried to do it in the middle, and…..  I DID IT!  I said to myself and my uncle  he took a photo and then we went home. 

I was going to burst in the car because that was my first time. I was thinking to myself “I want to be a professional skater when I am bigger.”  

Tuesday, 3 June 2014


We had to do a Movie about hurt free and this is Mine.

Sunday, 1 June 2014

Anzac Day

Anzac  Day

Anzac Day occurs on 25 April. It commemorates all New Zealanders killed in war and also honors returned servicemen and women.

Anzac art 1916. The date itself marks the anniversary of the landing of New Zealand and Australian soldiers – the Anzacs  on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. The aim was to capture the Dardanelles, the gateway to the Bosporus and the Black Sea. At the end of the campaign, Gallipoli was still held by its Turkish defenders. Thousands lost their lives in the Gallipoli campaign: 87,000 Turks, 44,000 men from France and the British Empire, including 8500 Australians. To this day, Australia also marks the events of 25 April. Among the dead were 2721 New Zealanders, almost one in four of those who served on Gallipoli. It may have led to a military defeat, but for many New Zealanders then and since, the Gallipoli landings meant the beginning of something else – a feeling that New Zealand had a role as a distinct nation, even as it fought on the other side of the world in the name of the British Empire. Anzac Day was first marked in 1916. The day has gone through many changes since then. The ceremonies that are held at war memorials up and down New Zealand, or in places overseas where New Zealanders gather, remain rich in tradition and ritual befitting a military funeral.