Friday, 27 March 2015

My Blog Comments

These are my blog comments that I did on class blogs

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Fruit Burst Investigation In Digital Graph

The least popular flavour is Wild berry it only has 4.

Chocolate Crackles Recipe

How To Make Chocolate Crackles


4 cups of Rice Bubbles
1 cup of icing sugar
1 cup of coconut
3 tablespoons of cocoa
250 grams of kremelta
Paper baking cups

  1. Melt the kremelta in a saucepan over a stove or in a microwave.
  2. Place the baking cups on a plate.
  3. Pour 4 cups of rice bubbles into a bowl.
  4. Measure one cup of icing sugar and pour it in the bowl.
  5. Measure one cup of coconut and pour it into the bowl.
  6. Measure the cocoa and pour it in the bowl.
  7. Pour the melted kremelta and pour it in the bowl.
  8. Stir the ingredients together.
  9. Spoon the Chocolate Crackles mixture into the baking cups.
  10. Refrigerate the Chocolate Crackles for three hours.
  11. Take the Chocolate Crackles and eat them.


Serving: 50
Room seven has been learning on how to write a procedure a procedure is a list of instructions that tell you what to do.(It's a bit like when your Mum tells you to brush your teeth that is a instruction and when you do it you've just done a procedure for doing something that you've been instructed to do)

Wednesday, 18 March 2015

My Chocolate Crackles Recount

Learning intention
I am learning to use a hook to capture audience interest

I was excited because we were making chocolate crackles and Miss Paton said that I was going to help set out the cups along with Liam, Sanujan and Aung Naing so when we all ran out of cups from the packets so all of us went back to the class that was surrounding Miss Paton. Then we discovered she asked Tai, Joel and Riley to do the measuring for the Rice Bubbles in a measuring cup. After that Miss Paton also asked Shailah to measure one cup of coconut into the mixture and Nyjah poured 1 cup of icing sugar into the bowl. Alex, Sharon and Aiden got the job of putting the cocoa into the bowl and Joshua poured the Kremelta. Then all of us in the class got a turn to stir the bowl for ten seconds. Avalon, Mele, Hajera and Caesar got to fill the cups and Kohatu, Alaree’o, Taylor, Juliet, Nyjah, Jacob, Shailah and Avalon took the chocolate crackles to the fridge. So they got all crunchy when we got them back they went snap,crackle pop as we put some chocolate crackles into our mouths. They tasted like coconut which I do not like, but the chocolate took over. They tasted better and so I saved the other next one I got for my Mum. Then a few minutes I got another one. There was one more and I knew that my Dad didn’t like coconut and saved that last one for my brothers to halve. I liked them (even though they had coconut) so when I got home I asked my Mum to make some for me and she said yes.

My Xtra Maths Result

This is my Xtra maths result.

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

My Fruit Burst Investigation

Last week our classes rich task was to sort out a Fruit Burst packet. We were divided into five groups I worked with Avalon, Aiden, Joel and Joseph. I found out that all Fruit Burst packets never have the same amount of Fruit Bursts.

Thursday, 12 March 2015

Grandpa's Chocolates

This is my Maths and it is about counting Grandpa's chocolates

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Making A Woven Photo Reflection By Alex

Making a Woven photo Reflection

  1. What are you most pleased with? Why / why not?

I was very pleased with my face on the picture even though my eyes are a bit wonky.

2. What did you learn from making your woven picture?
Think about measurement, cutting, alignment, the weaving

I learnt to take my time on art and though this it will make a great picture.

3. What did you find easy?
Think about measurement, cutting, alignment, the weaving process

The only part that felt easy was when I was weaving the strips with Miss Linda.

4. What did you find difficult?
Think about measurement, cutting, alignment, the weaving process
Getting the pieces in the right place.

5. Who did helped you with your woven picture?

Miss Linda.

6. What would you change? why / why not?
Think about colour, alignment, measurement, cutting

The eyes because one of them is lower than the other.

7. What would you do to improve your woven picture next time?

Not to rush the weaving.

My Family Tree

This is my family tree and it has all the names of the people in my family

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Kiwi Kids News Results

My Mihi In Maori

This is anther Mihi but this one is in Maori and I asked my mum to help me on this one to.

My Mihi In Samoan

This is my is mihi in Samoan and my mum helped me make it because I don't know how to speak Samoan.

Monday, 9 March 2015

Xtra Math Result

This is my Xtra maths result and I may not be on the symbol but I am still working and trying to get there.

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Xtra Maths Result

This is my Xtra maths results and I am almost up to the next symbol of maths.