Category: Margo Clark

Ridiculous Rhyme Show

The integrated curriculum links that are represented in this show are the Arts and Literacy. In the Arts, they are understanding drama in context when the drama relates to their... Read more about 'Ridiculous Rhyme Show'...

Rhyming show 6

Chatter Pix Kids App

Steven Ross, an expert on digital technology, came into Room 10 and taught students how to take a photo, add a speaking line so it moves, place stickers on their... Read more about 'Chatter Pix Kids App'...

Chatter kids 7

Once Upon A Taniwha

The success criteria that the students worked towards for both of their own characters and the Taniwha were to have a title, interesting starter sentence, a character, setting, problem and... Read more about 'Once Upon A Taniwha'...

Taniwha creation 11

Te Reo - Pepeha

We have been learning to communicate about personal information in te reo, such as name, parents and grandparents names, iwi, hapu, mountain and river, or home town and place of... Read more about 'Te Reo - Pepeha'...

Saying Pepeha by memory 2

We Swim Like Fish

This programme is aligned with the Health and Physical Education curriculum by providing regular physical activities in the pool, allowing students to participate in games and activities to develop swimming... Read more about 'We Swim Like Fish'...

developing ability 5

Fractions

The purpose for this is to make, name and recognise wholes, halves, thirds, fifths, and tenth parts of a variety of objects. Read more about 'Fractions '...

Creating pizzas 4 1 2

Seed Germination

Room 13 have been focusing on the living world and the life processes of plants. We undertook to germinate a bean or pea seed by wrapping them in a damp... Read more about 'Seed Germination'...

Quick grow punets 2

Te Kuia me te Pungawerewere

They performed a play called “Te Kuia me te Pūngāwerewere” which is about a kuia and a spider who had been living together and always argued about who was the... Read more about 'Te Kuia me te Pungawerewere'...

Kuia Spider 15