Our New New Class Photo!

Our New New Class Photo!

Tuesday, 20 October 2015


Today we experimented with a new website called Spellodrome!

We can get to it by logging into Mathletics with our normal username and password and then click the green Spellodrome icon in the corner. 

We can use it until the end of the year. 

Monday, 4 May 2015

Our two truths and a lie writing

 Today we wrote about our two truths and one lie in the holidays. By opening the flaps we find out       What is the truth and the lie. 

 By carter and Sam 

Sunday, 7 December 2014

Magic Trick Websites!



Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Desk Symmetry

This is Alex showing us one of the activities we did with symmetry on our desks! Can you see the green line of symmetry down the middle?!

Monday, 17 November 2014

Symmetry Painting

Today we did symmetry with paint! 

1. Fold a piece of paper in half, and unfold it again (so you can see where your 'line of symmetry' is).
2. Put thick paint on one half of the paper wherever you like.
3. Fold the paper closed and press together. Squish the paint around for interesting effects!
4. Unfold and check out your awesome symmetrical artwork!





Sunday, 16 November 2014


Check out our 'Maths' page for a couple of cool online symmetry games!  We are going to be exploring symmetry during maths time this week.

Saturday, 15 November 2014

Everybody Hurts, Sometimes...

This is the video that we showed in Assembly last week. It has our plaster pictures that we made of the times when we got hurt!

Here is some of the writing that went with the pictures:
It was a cloudy Monday afternoon and I went to the playground. There was a beach there as well. I was running by the train tracks.

“Ahhhhhhh!” I cried when I fell on concrete. I screamed when I fell. My knee was very painful. Blood was dripping down from my knee. I heard Grandma coming with a plaster for me.
By Tasmyn McInnes
It was a Saturday. It was very dry and hot. There were white fluffy clouds in the sky. Nobody else was around.

Crack! I slipped on the rocks. Blood came out of my hand. It felt like the bone was going to come out but it didn’t! My mum had to help me get up. 
By Jared Rongo
On a sunny Saturday afternoon my family was getting ready for dinner. We were at home in Aotea. I could hear the stove working.

Ahh! My finger is bleeding! On my way to see daddy my finger slammed in the door. Mum came running fast because she heard me scream.
By Mahana Bartley
One spring afternoon I was at Abigail’s. It was on Saturday. There was a dog barking and my and my friend Abigail were bouncing on the trampoline. Two families were having lunch.

Ow! I twisted my ankle. I felt blood zooming down my foot. My knees were shivering. It felt like it was going to crack open. I hopped all the way to mum.
By Ella Carroll