Friday, 6 November 2015

Market day!!!

Market day!!!

Today we had market day. We Sold Chocolates with crushed candy canes and they are called crushed delights. Our logo was 'Jamber's' which it Amber and Jiwon put together.
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Then we put up some paper chains thet I made.And also Jiwon put up some balloons to make it colourful. 
Then it was selling time! Our product selled out sooooo quickly!!! When my dad came we didn't have any left for him!!!
So after we had done we could Just go and buy some other stuff!!! This is us selling our product:
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Thursday, 29 October 2015

Food inquiry

Food inquiry

This term our class has been working on making our own food products. I have buddied up with Jiwon and we are making crushed candy cane chocolates. We made them because I got a chocolate making set for my birthday and I really wanted to use it. We have called them crushed delights. We had to give some out to people in the classroom to try. Here are some photos:
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Here is the recipe to making the chocolate:
You will need
Milk chocolate
Candy canes-any flavour
a bowl 
a pot
hot water

1.Get the pan and fill it with hot water.
2. Get the bowl and rest it on top of the pan.
3. Cut up the chocolate into squares.
4. put the chocolate in the bowl on top of the pan and stir it until it is melted.
5. Put around 10 candy canes in a bag, seal it up and crush them with a rolling pin.
6. sprinkle a bit of candycanes in the bottom of the mould.
7.  pour in the melted cocolate to the top of the moulds.
8. sprinkle more candy canes on top of the chocolate.
9. Put them in the fridge and check them every now and again.
10. when they are set, take them out and tip them up side down an they will come out. 
You are done!!!

Here are some more photos

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This is our packaging

This is our logo

Crushed delights

               Crushed delights

Today Jiwon and I made our poster for our crushed delights.
We had Bella Wright's mum come in and talked to us about posters and what colours to use and what to put on our poster.
We had to put: Photos, what we were making, Bold fonts and things like that. Here is our poster:

Thursday, 17 September 2015


Amber's amazballs pizza

For homework last week our class had to design our own pizza. I made a tomato base, cheese, salami and chicken. Then for writing this week we had to write some persuasive writing to go with it. Then we had to put it into voki. here is mine.


Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Geometric shapes

My Awesome geometric shapes

This week in class we have been working on geometric shapes. We got given a circle. We had to make a six sided, eighteen sided or a thirty six sided. ( if we made any more than that it would look like a big blob!!! )
It was really hard  and I did a six sided first and that was easy, then I did a eighteen sided I thought It would be a little bit hard than the first one but it was waaaaayyyyy harder! I still did it and it was fun. Here is a picture of both of them. ( you can probabaly tell wich one is easy and wich one is hard! )

Tuesday, 1 September 2015

calender art

 Calender art

For our calender art this year we did something called zentangle. At the start I had never ever heard of it. But it is sooo fun!!! it is lots of cool patterns that you see from different angles and they almost make your eyes go funny! here are some examples of zentangle:
We had to choose an animal and then zentagle it. I chose a orca whale:
Here is my fully finished zentangle, zentangled, coloured and done.
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Wednesday, 19 August 2015

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For the past few weeks we have been working on strawberrry things. We are doing this because a girl in my class, well her dad works at a strawberry farm and he invited us to come. So we went and learnt a whole lot of things about strawberries.
Then we had to find a way to show our work and what we'd learnt. So I made this poster in the shape of a strawberry. I got some photos, wrote some facts and drew some pictures. I also did a google slide to incude the things that I forgot to add in my poster. Here is my poster.

Here is a link to my google slide.



This week for writing we have been working on speech marks. We could choose to make a conversation between August and Julian (enemies) from the book 'Wonder', by R.J. Palacio or from Alfie and Mrs Root the dentist from the book 'Demon Dentist' by David Walliams.  I choose Demon dentist and made a conversation between Alfie and Mrs Root the dentist.  Here is mine:

'Come to Mummy!!!' Miss Root, the dentist hissed.
'You can't make me, you can't make me!' taunted Alfie.
'Oh really boy, I think you'll find that I can!' she sneered
‘Well you know what, I think you’ll find you’re wrong!’ laughed Alfie and started running away. ‘I know your secret powers, I know that you and your silly cat are witches! I even know about your toothpaste that burns through stone!!!'
‘WOW!’ Mrs Root said, surprised at alfie’s sudden outburst. ‘Just calm down and come to Mummy like I told you in the first place.’    
 ‘DON’T YOU TRY THAT SOOTHING VOICE WITH ME!!!’ Alfie screamed, getting very irritated.

Here is Alfie and Miss Root the dentist

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

My awesome worm data disc

My worm data disk

In our class for the past couple of weeks we have been doing work all about worms. 
To record our information we made these cool little things called data disks. Here are some facts that I learnt about worms: 
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  1. Worms breathe through their skin.
  2. Casting is coiled up worm poo.
  3. Worms are food for lots of animals, Birds, badgers, moles.
  4. worms can be as long as 3 meters and  as short as 2-3 centimeters.
  5. In our world there are about 300-3500 different types of earthworms.

Did you know all that?!
Anyway here is mine.

Friday, 5 June 2015

Starry night


For art for the past few weeks we've been working on a piece of art called Starry night by Vincent van Gogh. First we had to draw everything in white pastel, then we had to get blue and green and dabbed a little bit in blue and a little bit in green. So we painted\dabbed the hills, then we did the same, but without the green with the sky. Next we painted the stars and the wind swirls. We coloured the tree in with pastel, After that we cut out funny house\building shapes and made painted little windows in yellow. Here is mine:

Thursday, 28 May 2015

Quick write


                                  This picture won the Auckland photo competition. 
                         We used this photo for our writing because it can say a lot in just one image.
                      We had to write about it and what we would be thinking if we were that person.                                                                     Here's what I wrote about it.  

the flying Jump

As I start to do a run up of the wharf in Auckland, I think will the water be cold? maybe it will be warm. Probably not!
Suddenly a funny thought comes through my head, should I be doing this? Is it dangerous? As I try to push it out of the way. As I fly through the air, I feel so free and wonderful! I stretch my arms out in front of me and try to imagine what it would be like to fly like this all the time. As I’m just about to plunge into the water, I look up and gaze at the wonderful city that I am so fortunate to live in. Suddenly, SPLASH!!!! I belly flop into the water. It really is cold! (I knew it wouldn't be warm! ) I look at the water around me. It really isn’t the nicest day . The water seems so greenish brown and dark, yuck!
Suddenly, my fun is spoiled by my mum calling out to me. Uh oh!!! She does not sound happy!

I quickly get out of the water and head towards my house. I hesitate. Should I do it again for fun? But then mum would get super angry! I decide not to. Maybe I could do it another time.


Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Anzac biscuits


In world war 1 the soldiers ate things like coned beef, jam, stew, and hard dry biscuits. Know one knows how ANZAC biscuits relate to the war. They might be based on Scottish oatcakes bought to New Zealand and Australia by Scottish people who emigrated there, or maybe by soldiers, who were trapped in trenches without enough to eat, came up with the recipe themselves. But it seems most likely that the first anzac bicuits were made by the mothers, wives and girlfriends left behind when the soldiers went to war.  Before being named Anzac biscuits, these biscuits were said to have been called soldier's biscuits. Here is a recipe you might want to use.    
100 grams of butter3 table spoons of golden syrup1\4 of a cup of boiling water11\2 tea spoons of baking soda100 grams of flour150 grams of sugar100 grams of rolled oats75 grams of dessiccated ccoconutPreheat the oven to 180ºC. Gently heat the butter and golden syrup in a small saucepan until the butter melts. Pour the boiling water into a cup and dissolve the soda. Mix the flour, sugar, rolled oats and coconut together in a large bowl. Add the soda and water to the saucepan of hot butter and syrup and immediately pour the foaming mixture into the dry ingredients. Mix thoroughly. Cover two baking trays with baking paper, or wipe with butter and dust with flour. Place heaped teaspoonfuls of the mixture on the prepared trays, leaving room for spreading. Bake at 180ºC for 15-20 minutes until the biscuits have melted flat and baked to a rich brown. Remove from the oven and leave the biscuits to harden for a few minutes before lifting with a spatula. Place in a single layer on a rack to finish cooling. Makes about 3 dozen.

Friday, 27 March 2015


In our class room we have been doing mihimihi's and they kind of describe us in Maori.
They tell you where you're from and what mountain you are closest to and also what river you are closest to.
Here is my Mihimihi. I hope you like it :
My Mihimihi
Tena koutou katoa
Ko Amber ahou
No Wellington ahou
Ko Mount Victoria te maunga
Ko Hutt river te awa
Ko Havelock North Primary te kura
Kei te mihi
Tena Koutou, tena koutou katoa