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Wednesday, 16 August 2017

How to make a cup of Milo?

How to make a cup of milo
Walt: To write a procedure on How to make a cup of milo?


Goal: To make a cup of milo


Materials:
  • Milk
  • Sugar
  • Milo
  • Cup
  • Hot water
  • Hot water jug
  • Tea spoon

Steps:
  1. First place a clean cup on a flat surface.
  2. Next get a jug of water and boil it.
  3. Get some sugar, milo and milk.
  4. Add a teaspoon of milo to the cup.
  5. Add a teaspoon of sugar to the cup with milo.
  6. Pour the boiling water into the cup with milo and sugar until it is ¾ full.
  7. Add some milk to the mixture of milo, sugar and water.
  8. Stir the mixture with a teaspoon.
  9. Leave the milo too cool down until it is ready to drink.
  10. Now enjoy!



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Wednesday, 9 August 2017

DIY How to make Slime! (Procedural Writing)

DIY How to make slime?

Things you will need:
  • Borax
  • Glue
  • Food Colouring (Optional)
  • Mixing Tool
  • 2 bowls
  • Hot water
  • Lotion
  • Tea spoon
  • Container


What you have to do…..?

First get your borax and pour 2 teaspoons in your hot water.

Next set that aside and then get your glue. Pour the glue into your other bowl and then just add some food colouring. For an example I am going to just have a peach colour which is mixed with orange and yellow.

After just add a little by little borax in your glue texture and then just start mixing with your tool. After mixing you will need to put your hand in their and then need.

Needing means getting the slime used to your hands and just playing with it. After you will just get a perfect slime to play with and maybe you can have a slime collection.




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Procedure Writing!

Purpose: To provide instructions about how to make or do something.

GOAL:
To walk from Tim’s house at 14 Banks Road to Millers Park.

Materials:
  • A map

Steps
  1. Walk to the end of Banks Road
  2. Turn left into High Street
  3. Go past the new book shop
  4. Stop at the street crossing.
  5. Press the silver button on the pole.
  6. Wait for the traffic to stop and the green “Walk” sign to flash.
  7. Look both ways, then walk across High Street.
  8. Turn left and walk to the corner of High Street and Bridge Road.
  9. Turn right and walk up Bridge Road to River path.
  10. Follow this path to Millers Park.
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Friday, 4 August 2017

Clubs!

Yesterday Glenbrae school had their first clubs of Week 2 Term 3. My club was Pasifika Dance Fusion because I love Pasifika Dancing. The teachers who was teaching us the Pasifika Dances were Mrs. Tofa and Miss Tuia. Mrs. Tofa told us that this week we are going to dance Cook Island since it's Cook Island language week. Next week, we will be going to be dancing Samoan because we are learning different kind of culture dances after each week. Sarah, Ngakiri, Lesieli, Mahoney and I were in the same club, for our Cook Island dance we had to shake our hips and our bottoms. We had a lot of actions we had to do and the boys behind us needs to move forward  because it's part of the dance. Once we finish the first verse we moved to the second verse which was pretty easy. Later on, we finished the two verses and went home happy. I had a lot of fun participating in the Pasifika Dance fusion and it was also enjoyable.


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Thursday, 27 July 2017

Term 3 Week one Maths!


This strategy was really helpful for me and I it helps me move a lot further with my addition.
Thank you and ENJOY!

Wednesday, 26 July 2017

The Three States of Matters (Science Intensive with Miss. Stone)



Today we have been learning about the three states of matter (solid, liquid and gas) and the changes of matter. In this experiment we first melted chocolate when it was Solid and after it was out of the microwave, it was a liquid. When we put the melted chocolate on a baking paper, we let it cool and after a while, it turn back into that kind of soft Solid consistency.


You can see that it's gone a little WILD with Room 10 because some of the Room 10 people were playing around!๐Ÿ‘†๐Ÿ‘†๐Ÿ‘†