Monday, 29 August 2016

Film Festival Movies Progress



We are working on filming our Film Festival Movies. Some of us are doing stop motion movies using the Lego Movie Maker App. Michael is using a new stop motion app called Stikbot to make his robot movie. 




The Stikbots are playing outrside. They are dancing. I am making a movie about my Stikbots. 

Here are my test movies.









Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Daffodil Day


Daffodil YELLOW DAY



This Friday 26th.

Donate a yellow coin for cancer research if you want.


Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Our Olympic Highlights



Our Olympic highlights this week.


Willis wins bronze in 1500m final

August 21, 2016
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Kiwi runner Nick Willis has won the bronze medal in the men’s 1500m final at the Rio Olympics.
Willis ran a time of 3:50:24 minutes which was 0.24 seconds behind the winner Matthew Centrowitz of the United States.
It is Willis’ second Olympic medal, after he won silver at the 2008 Beijing Games.
The 33-year-old ran in the middle of the pack for much of the race, was in seventh place with one lap to go and then in 6th place with 100m left.
He sprinted well down the straight to claim bronze 0.05 seconds ahead of fourth placed Ayanleh Souleiman from Djibouti.
New Zealand now has won 18 medals at Rio – four gold, nine silver and five bronze.

Ko wins Rio golf silver

August 21, 2016
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Lydia Ko has won silver in the women’s golf in Rio.
The New Zealand Number 1 women’s golfer edged out China’s Shanshan Feng by one stroke.
The win makes her New Zealand’s youngest female medalist at an Olympics, a title which was briefly held by Eliza McCartney for her bronze medal win in the pole vault yesterday.
The 19-year-old world number one wasn’t able to close the gap on South Korea’s Inbee Park.
She dominated the entire tournament to win the first Olympic gold medal in women’s golf since 1900 with a five-stroke victory.













Monday, 22 August 2016

Win, win, win


​We could win. ​

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How would having an iPod touch(it looks and works like an iPhone...without the phone bit) help you in your classroom with teaching and learning?

Let me know how it would assist and facilitate 
​(HELP) ​
you to do your job better and you can be in the running to win one to help you in your classroom.

There is more than one to be won (that's a fun sentence to say out loud!) so don't be shy.
 
Email your good ideas to your teacher and we could win!





Monday, 8 August 2016

Picasso and the girl with a pony tail




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Title: Picasso and the girl with a pony tail

Author: Laurence Anholt

Illustrator: Laurence Anholt

Published by Barrons

Summary: This book is about the girl with a ponytail and a man called Picasso. They make art.

Author’s Purpose: He wrote the book to teach us about Art.

Our Opinion:s

Dillion: I think it is a great book because I like the art.
Joseph: I think the book teaches us about art.
Katy: I felt happy to read the book. I like the pictures.
Michael: The book was really great because taught me about Picasso.
Lauren: The book made me laugh at the junk art.
Finn: I think the book is about all different paintings. It made me feel happy.
Troy: I liked Picasso because he helped the ponytail girl make art.
Connor: I think the book is good because I liked all the art.
Jordan: I like this book because he is a good teacher to the girl.
Bradley: I think this book shows us that it is ok to try out new things.


Lauren gives this book   7/10. Michael gives this book 10/10. Joseph gives this book  10/10. Dillion gives this book  1/10. Jordan gives this book 5/10 Troy gives this book  10/10. Finn gives this book 9/10. Katy gives this book 10/10. Connor gives this book  9/10. Bradley gives this book 8/10


Friday, 5 August 2016

City Slickers ... 18+ Weekend In Orewa....


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City Slickers ... 18+
Weekend In Orewa....


Date: Friday 19th - Sunday 21st August 2016

Age: 18 Years and upwards

What: A weekend away for Adults staying in Orewa.... Staying at Hendry House, Orewa

Drop off & Pick up Venue: Onehunga Community House, 83 Selwyn Street, Onehunga

Drop off: Friday @ 6.30pm
Pick up: Sunday @ 5.00pm

(We can organise a pick up and drop off over the Shore if needed!) Please email for details!....


Cost: $342.60
(We do accept Carer support, IF and ACC as a form of part payment)

PROGRAMME:

Friday 19th August 2016:
Drop off at Community House at 6.30pm
Travel to Orewa... Dinner and Set up

Saturday 20th August 2016
Breakfast at Hendry House
Bowling/lunch out.
Head back to get dressed for our night outting
Dinner and Drinks at Muldoons Orewa

Sunday 21st August 2016
Breakfast and pack up...
Lunch at Albany mall and Shopping
Head back to Community House for pick up at 5pm


What to bring: ID: Passport, 18+ Card or Driver's Licence only. Sleeping Gear;Sheet,Pillow,Sleeping Bag, Blanket. Toiletries & towels, Make up & Hair Product, Enough clothes for the duration, Good Clothes, Raincoat, Pj's, Medication (Clearly Labeled), Plastic bags for dirty & wet washing, 
Special equitment eg; Wipes, toilet chair etc, Spending $ for Shopping & Drinks.


 Always WHEELCHAIR Friendly.....


Please confirm  This is essential to have your space confirmed

   
BOOK NOW!!!

Janet McVeagh - Recreation

Phone: 09.6259534
            Mobile: 021 211 9882 (Kerrie O'Hara)
Email: jm.recreation@ihug.co.nz


Ana Hī! - Ngā Taonga Mai Tawhiti - OFFICIAL VIDEO




Ana Hī! was especially written to support the New Zealand 

Olympic Team as they go for gold at the 

Rio 2016 Olympic Games 2016 

which run from August 5 – 21.






Thursday, 4 August 2016

This week in dance class we ...



Warmed up with a pocketful of sunshine.



Learnt the start of a waltz to the Moon River Music.


Did an abstract Olympic Flame dance.




We finished class by planning a swimming dance. 




Olympic Activity Book


Here is another Olympic Games Information and Activity Book for you to enjoy.

Read, talk and learn about the games. Print out pages you like at home or tell your teacher which page you want and they will print it for you. 


Wednesday, 3 August 2016

Studyladder Bonus Points


Studyladder

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It is now halfway through the school year and the perfect time to motivate students to spend more time learning with Studyladder.

2,000 Bonus points during the Olympic Games (Starting this Saturday)








  • Every day during the Olympic Games students will receive Bonus Spending Points (That’s over 2,000 extra spending points per student).

  • Remind your students to login every day and to look out for the Studyladder characters above. One of these characters will appear each day and reward them with spending points.

  • Students will also win medals and certificates for completing their educational tasks