Thursday, 18 October 2018

marshmallow challeng

Marshmallow Challenge
Walt: create a structured recount with correct tenses and punctuation.

Complete the challenge with your friends and then use this template to write a recount.

Start with a sentence that tells the reader what you are talking about.
Who? What? Where? When? Why?
3 sentences (Minimum)
Today are class did something fun we did a marshmallow challenge which was really exciting. Because we don’t actually do something fun everyday .
Paragraph 1
First you did what?
What was the first thing that you did? Instructions from Miss Parrant?
3 sentences (Minimum)
First we were making a base by snapping two pieces of pasta  in half then we made a square by tapping it to the table. Are plan was making a permanent but it didn’t go as well as we thought it will be. And then we just went with a big pile of pasta stuck together to make a tall tower exactly like sky tower a little bit.
Paragraph 2
Next what did you do?
What was the next thing you did? Create a tower with your friends? How did you do this?
3 sentences (Minimum)
Then we tapped it down to the table and one of are teammates was making a marshmallow person to put at the top of the tower.While me and my other teammate was making the mini sky tower we saw other people doing the same thing and we just added lots of tape to stick it down.
Paragraph 3
After that what did you do?
What did you do next? What did your tower look like? Did you manage to make a tower?
3 sentences (Minimum)
While we were making are final touches we had five seconds to do it and it was time up. We didn’t have are tower standing still so we sort of gave up.
How did you feel about your completed tower? Were you happy with it?
Any final thoughts to add?
2-3 Sentences  
But the moment we gave up I was a little bit angry and a little bit happy because we never used to do something fun everyday but I was glad we did it with are friends. Are final touch to the tower  was the marshmallow person we were going to give it a name but we didn’t have time so we call it the marshmallow person.

Each team has 18 minutes to build the tallest, free-standing structure using the materials supplied to each group. The marshmallow must be attached to the top of the structure you build. After 18 minutes, I will measure the height of each structure that remains standing with the marshmallow on top. The winner is the team whose free-standing structure is the tallest.

Wednesday, 17 October 2018

laolao term 4 goals

Term 4 Goals and Expectations
Walt: use correct sentences to help structure our writing.

Sadly the holidays are over and back to learning and school since it’s a new term are
korero is Te Wa Toi that stands for Time for art so we will be doing lots of painting coloring and I think
making things out of clay.

This term is going to be really exiting because we have lots of art going on and I think I’m
really good at it  we also have aflitics day coming up and film festival which i’m really excited for
but the real thing I’m excited for is are year 6 camp at kaua island.

My goals for this term is following instructions which is really important when your doing art and

other things like aflitics and working really hard and learning new things for are testing.

I’m hoping while we are learning different kind of art I would really love to learn the meaning

of the art and the history of it .

What I said at the start the holidays are over and back to learning at school and we only
have nine weeks at school so we are trying to fit in as much art as we can with all the testing and

sorting out camp so really need to listen carefully to instructions to get things done .

Friday, 31 August 2018

Lao-Loa's Measurements

Lao-Lao's Measurements

Convert these measurements to either mm or cm

1 a.
50mm  = 5cm

1 b.
80 mm  = 8 cm

2 a.
30mm  = 3cm

2 b.
2 cm  = 20mm

3 a.
10mm  = 1cm

3 b.
10 cm  = 1mm

4 a.
6 cm  = 60mm

4 b.
7 cm  = 70mm

5 a.
40 mm  = 4cm

5 b.
9 cm  = 90mm

6 a.
30 mm  = 3 cm

6 b.
3 cm  = 30mm

7 a.
10 cm  = 1mm

100 mm  = 100cm

laolaos how to plant a seed recount

How to plant a seed

Today you will have had a chance to plant a seed in your very own planter. You now need to write instructions for someone else who wants to plant their own seeds. You need to use the planning space below to help you:

What equipment will you need to plant a seed?
  • Recycled
  • mini
  • Pots
  • Soil
  • Seedsfc
  • water
What are the steps required to plant a seed?
  1. Put soil inside your pot and fill it half way.then when your done put some more soil on top to fill it up then pour some water inside then put it somewhere with lots of sunlight to grow.
What will you need to do to care for your seed so that it will grow?
Put it in a safe place with lots of sunlight and add water everyday but not to much water or it’ll drown.
  1. How long does it say that your plant will take to grow?
  2. How long do you think it will take to grow?
  1. It will be 7 or 8 days for the roots to come out of the seeds and I think that it'll be 7 days until it will grow