Monday, 21 March 2016

Science planning house

This is my science planning house

Photo story: Andy Warhol Portraits

This is my Photo story on how we made our Andy Warhol Portraits.

Pop art Self portrait Reflection

Reflecting on my Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein themed portrait
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1. Are you pleased with your Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein themed portrait? why / why not?

I am pleased with my portraits because I like how they look especially my Roy Lichtenstein portraits

2. What did you find easy when you created your Pop Art portrait?  I found easy dying

3. What part did you find tricky when you were creating your portrait? -think about tracing round your face, outlining your face using a black marker pen, dabbing areas using the dye, dying the background, dotting your areas, colouring block areas and lettering.
The tricky part was  tracing around my face

4. Who / What helped you when you were creating your Pop Art portrait? Miss Paton

5. What would you do differently next time? Think about: tracing around your face, features on your face, dabbing the dye colours, colour choice, photograph, time management skills, dotting your paper, colouring in block areas, lettering.  

6. What frustrated you when you created your Andy Warhol  and Roy Lichtenstein themed art work? I got Frustrated when I was doing my Roy Lichtenstein dot work and trying to not spill any dye on the background of my Andy Warhol portraits.

Friday, 11 March 2016

KWL Chart

KWL Chart
Before you begin your research, list details in the first two columns. Fill in the last column after completing your research.

What I am learning: Tuatara
What I know
What I want to learn
What I learned
They are old.

They are reptiles.

They are mammals.

They like Eating insects.

They got scales

They are related to the dinosaurs

They are an Nz Dinosaur

They got spiked backs
They are in Zoo’s

They can camoflash in the bush's

They got long tongues

They got four legs
They are long

You can’t find tuataras
Nowhere in the wild.

What does tuatara mean

Where do tuataras live

How many bones do they have

Who are there enemies

How long have tuataras lived in NZ for

Are they dangerous

Tuatara can suddenly bite

They have sharp teeth

When tuataras bite they don’t let go for a long time

Tuatara means (spiny back)

Tuataras are soft

They have Sharp claws on its feet

Tuataras have been in Nz For Eighty million years

They are not Lizards.

They are the only survivors  of the group of reptiles  called Sphenodon
They live in burrows

They can move Quickly

This is my KWL Chart. A KWL chart  is when you got picked a topic and you have do write what you Know about your topic and what you want to learn about your topic and what have you learned about your topic

Friday, 4 March 2016

Comparing the wolves from three little pigs and red riding hood

This is My Venn Diagram on comparing the wolves from the three little pigs and red riding hood

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Prototech maths

Today I went on the prototech maths game to practice my basic maths. In some areas I got some wrong.
The areas I got right wasmy doubles/halves to twenty, Addition to ten and my Subtration to 10

My Xtramaths Results

Today I sat the Xtramaths test. I got 26 right and 1 wrong. The smiley faces mean that I answered them quick. The green ticks mean that I got it right but I answered them after 3 seconeds. I need to work on
The one hat I got wrong