Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Finland - My Special Country

Enjoy Erika's presentation about Finland.

Matariki Facts and Songs

We worked together as a group of 3 on presenting different facts about Matariki.

We also learned how to embed songs into our slideshows. 

We hope you enjoy our learning. 
Nikhil, Erika and Amelia

Online Gaming Debate

We decided to start a debate about playing online games after a lot of our class said they are playing some of these games.  Some people shouldn't even be playing these games because they are for 13 years of age and over.  What's your opinion? 

Poppy, Annabelle and Immy

Our Matariki Learning

Please enjoy our slideshow about Matariki. We did this during our Inquiry week leading up to Matariki. 

Oscar, Wahaj, Kreschard and Archie

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Shields of Identity

Enjoy the sideshow of all the shields we did in class.

What would you put on your shield to represent your special country?

Room 10

My Down Under favourite Country

G'day mates! Hope you enjoy the slideshow I made about my special country.


Amelia's Special Country

Can you guess which country it is?

Monday, June 4, 2018

Samoan Language Week

Room 10 had a fantastic Samoan language week. They had the chance to plan a Samoan menu, learn a Sāsā, make a fale and create a tapa design.

Here are just a few examples of their creative work!

Malo lava!

Friday, May 25, 2018

My special country is New Zealand

I hope you enjoy my slideshow about New Zealand.

Samoa - My Special Country

Enjoy the slideshow on Samoa.

England is my Special Country

My special country is England. Here is my shield and speech. 
By Phoebe

My Special Country

My special country is France. 
By Leo

Great Britain is my Special Country

Enjoy the slideshow on Grey Britain. By Immy

Pakistan is my Special Country

Here is the slideshow on my special country. By Wahaj

Scotland is my Special Country

My Scotland slideshow. By Amelia

New Zealand is my Special Country

New Zealand is my special country. By Aniva.

Here is my shield.

Sweden is my Special Country

Sweden is my special country.
By Beata

My Special Country, New Zealand

New Zealand is my special country, By Nikhil

My Special Country, By William

New Zealand is my special country. By William

Italy is my Special Country

My special country shield.
By Poppy

FInland Is my Special Country, By Erika

China is My Special Country, By Ruby

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Dirt's Edge


Dirt’s Edge
Losing someone is sad enough
When you do it in the ocean
Out comes dirt’s edge.
You don’t care because it’s not you,
But if it were the opposite,
Out comes dirt’s edge.
Plastic bags, popcorn cups all inside their mouths.

Out comes dirt’s edge...

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Anthony's Weekend

On the weekend I went on the computer and I played games. The games were Roblox, fortnight but we had to go to the tuckshop. We had lots and lots of people ordering chips, lollies and hotdogs. After we went to Genjis Khan. CJ was there for his Grandma's retirement. We went because we had to go for my mums weight losing challenge.The stuff was for free but you had to pay for the family. There was sushi, broccoli, chips, ice cream, pancakes and other stuff. The next day I went on the computer and we went to Pasa. Denzel was chasing me on a bike with a bat. We played softball and I only got one home run. We got Mc Donalds and I got a frozen coke. My sister got a choctop.
By Anthony

Anzac Day Facts

Anzac day facts
1. How did the war begin? On June 28 a Serbian nationalist called Gavrilo Princip killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
2. Where was the war?The war was in Gallipoli.
3. Why was the poppy the main flower on Anzac day? The poppy has being linked with battlefield death since World War 1.It is a symbol of war remembrance.
4. When did the war start and when did it end? The war started in 1914 and ended in 1918.
5. Were woman in the war? Woman were in the war. They were nurses and spies.
6. How many people died? Over 16 million died.
7. Were animals in the war? There were animals in the war.The animals were dogs and almost a million horses.
8. Were there kids in the war? There were kids in the war. They were boy scouts and girl guides.
9. What did they eat in the war? They ate cake,chocolate, tobacco and tinned food.
10. What does Anzac stand for? Anzac stands for Australia and New Zealand army corps.

Annabelle and Sofija.

World War 1

Have fun watching our presentation. We also created Anzac Cove using lego. Pop into Room 10 and we will explain the story to you. 
Zara and India

Anzac Facts

Please watch our Google slideshow on Anzac facts.
Sam and CJ.

Self Directed Learning

Today Room 10 went on an Anzac web quest. On Monday we talked in groups and recorded what we already knew about Anzac day.

Then we shared our facts. 

We talked about how can we learn more about Anzac Day but make it all about what we want to learn and Andrea said we should go home and think about the W from KWL. 

Once we had our W, Andrea said we could work in pairs or on our own and decide how to share our learning. 

Today was great. We were in charge of our learning and we chose how to present our learning. We also shared our learning with the class and got valuable feedback and feedforward. 

Please take a look at all our work or pop into Room 10 and see our posters on the walls. 

Andrea said Term 2 will be a lot more like today and when we voted who loved it, everyone had their hand up!

Room 10 

Monday, April 9, 2018


Hi I am Erika and I did a story called Flashemon. It is about a  DETERMINED dog that was different and he was on a quest to find people. His friend's name was Pan-cake lover and later on Pan-cake lover and his friend  find... a king cobra - the size of 2 sky tower's ! Flashemon will uncover his greatest fear. Flashemon's friend Pan-cake lover plays an important role in the story by going through traps and puzzles. Flashemon likes to really think about it before doing it.

by Erika

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