Sunday, 20 November 2016

Reflection for market day and prep

W.A.L.T: reflect on our learning 

Description: we had to reflect on the market day and prep. We had to use the hats to help us reflect.

Evaluation: I think I have done a great job writing this very personal reflection so I give myself a green.


Procedure writing

W.A.L.T: write a procedure piece about our product

Description: we had to write a procedure piece about our product. If you want to know how to make our stress balls the instructions are down below.

Tips: if you don't have a funnel cut the end of a plastic bottle where the lid is, put the balloon on the end. Now you have a funnel.

Evaluation: I think I did a great job a writing my procedure piece so I give myself a green target 



Thursday, 17 November 2016

Te reo māori

W.A.L.T: te reo māori 

Description: for Te reo māori we made a poster that have māori sentences about the market.

Evaluation: I think I did a very good job so I'm giving myself a green target 


Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Buddy novel study (reading)

W.A.L.T: summarise, ask questions and find interesting words
Description: for buddy novel study we discuss the story with a partner. First before we start reading any chapter we have to make a prediction. During the story we have to find 5 interesting words for each chapter. We have to have the definition of each words, also a sentence and synonyms. After that we write a summary of that chapter. 
Evaluation: I give my self a yellow target because I didn't finish on time and I don't think my predictions make sense.

Monday, 7 November 2016


W.A.L.T: make a pie chart ( statistics ) 
Description: for maths we learnt how to make a pie chart. We had to come up with a question and a number. We broke up the number so we would have a number for each shape. For the chart you have to count the gaps you don't count the lines.


Feedback: well done Riley you done a great job.

Feedforward: you need an evaluation.
From Izzy:)

Wednesday, 19 October 2016


W.A.L.T: make graphs
Description: for maths we have been doing statistics. We learnt how to make block graphs, bar graphs, strip graphs and pie graphs.

   Block graph: 
   A block graph is like a bar graph except you colour in each block.

     Bar graph: 
     A bar graph is when you have your information in bars. You have the catergories on the bottom and the numbers on the side. The number of votes you have you colour how many blocks you have from the votes.

   Pie graph/strip graph
   For the pie graph we had to make a strip graph. What we had to do for the strip graph we had to cut                 out our bars from our bar graph and stick them together and make strip graph. Then glue the ends together to make circle, I put a dot in the middle of my circle in my book and link the information and you your graph. I worked the percentages by multiplying the number by 100 from my Information. I multiplied it by 100  because the percentage is out of 100 and the total is 32. I divided the answer from the multiplication answer by 32. That's how I got my answer.

This is the link to the survey that we did fir maths

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Feedback: very detailed desprition well done!

Feedforward: maybe next time you could take a photo of the survey. Kate.

Wednesday, 7 September 2016


W.A.L.T: make a rectangular prism 
Description: we made a rectangular prism, it is also known as a  cuboid. We had to make sure that when we cut the straws the measurements are accurate so the shape is even. Here is my shape.

Feedback:you done great with this I love how you have done this great. Quiana

Feedforward:next time you could put more detail in your description. Quiana