Monday, 25 November 2013


my recipe

I am going to make a resipe to make a cake.
I will work by myself.
I will acheive making the resipe and baking the cake.
I also will acheive finding the right temperature and ingredents.
I hope it will turn out okay.
If it tastes good I will make it again.

Monday, 23 September 2013

Book Review

Book Review
1.Book Title and Author: Ballet lessons for Lily written by Jan Astley
2. Main idea of story: Lily has to move to a different place because her dad got a job there so she has to miss her role in her ballets Easter Production [the Nutcracker].
3. Main characters in the story:Lily Miss Grill [first name is Amelia] and Bill.
4.Something unique and interesting about the story that readers to know:In the story people tell rumours about the lady next door to Lily, that the lady next door is a witch who hates children.

1. Main idea of story: If you hear about someone and it doesn’t sound true try to meet them and find out who they really are.
2.Where does the story take place:In a place called Meretown
3.When does the story take place: The story takes place in present day.
4.Something unique about the time in which the story takes place and how it affects the characters: It is Easter so ballet productions are on.

1. Main characters of the story: Lily Miss Grill [first name is Amelia] Bill.
2. What are the relationships like between characters in the story: Bill and Lily are friends and Miss Grill is Lily’s neighbour.
3. Does something important or meaningful to the story happen to a or between characters? Describe it in one sentence: Lily got to meet someone she never knew before.

1. Favorite part of the story and why: My favorite part is when Lily has lessons with Miss Grill because I like ballet.
2. What do you think about the way it was written? That the story is for 6-9 year olds.
3. Do you think other kids would enjoy this story and why? I don’t think many kids would enjoy this story unless they had an interest in ballet.

1. Was the story entertaining, educational, amusing,etc… and why? The story was entertaining because I liked how a person who did ballet taught a child ballet.
2. Why did you enjoy/ not enjoy reading this story? I enjoyed this story because Lily had a main part in her ballet production and I’ve always wanted a main part in my ballet production.
3. Would you recommend other kids to read this story? I would recommend other kids interested in ballet to read this book.

Thursday, 12 September 2013

Roberts pyramid.

Today Robert brought in a pyramid that was made from lego. It has 91 pieces. He made a handle so he could carry it around with him. This is my work.

Monday, 9 September 2013

Algebra patterns/ how many blocks there are

IALT: use algebra patterns to solve how many blocks there are.
My answer was 410 that is more than I thought it would turn out to be.
This is the pyramid.

This is my work.

Friday, 6 September 2013

Algebra patterns 3

These are my four algebra patterns that I made for maths. I added first then subtracted. On my second pattern I went into the negatives.

Calendar art

This is my bad calendar art at first I thought it looked bad but then Mrs Hodgkinson thought my picture of my glasses was a horse. Any art you don't think or think is art it is art.

This is my good calendar art. It is better than my old one.

Thursday, 29 August 2013

Algebra patterns

Today we were learning about algebra patterns. I thought of eight patterns. I used the colours red, green and pink. This is what the patterns look like. There is more than twenty patterns that you can make. I made two different types of patterns.

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

My Box

This is my box that I made for maths. It has six faces, eight edges and four corners. You need tabs to help put your box together because if you do not have tabs your box will fall to bits. Your tabs need to be at least one center metre wide or they will not cover the top/sides of your box. By the way a cube is not a box. My box is a rectangle. Boxes can be all different shapes and sizes.