Tuesday, February 28, 2017


To finish off our 'connect' part of our wellbeing inquiry we wrote our own pepehas. Here is Kotahi's pepeha:

Friday, February 24, 2017

PB4L part 2

We've also been doing some drama to help us show respect by listening to instructions and following them straight away:


As we are a Positive Behaviour For Learning (PB4L) school we have been looking at how we can be responsible. We made some Google Drawing posters to put up around Room 3 to remind us to put things away in the right place. Here are examples by Losaline, Steve and Rishi:

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Family Trees

To start off the year we have been creating our own family trees. These trees show us who we are connected to which helps our wellbeing. It also made us go home and learn more about our families. We even found out that some of us are related to each other when we shared our trees with each other! We included some Te Reo sentences to explain our trees. Here is Anaseini's Screencastify:

Saturday, February 18, 2017

SMRF it!

Thanks for the feedback on Alisi's create, name and file info-graphic. Room 6 asked for a video. It's not quite the same but this is Christina's video explaining how to SMRF a doc!

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Creating, naming and filing docs.

Hi there! New to a digital class? Forgotten how to create, name and file your docs? Teacher busy at the moment? Then Alisi is here to help with her Google Drawing explaining how to create, name and file docs...

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Website buttons

We designed new buttons for our class site using our webcam and the cropping tool in a Google Drawing. These are the chosen buttons:

New year, new students, new classroom designs!

This week we used Google Drawings to design our classroom layout. We had to make comments to persuade Mr Margetts that our ideas would work. This is Paula's design:

Friday, February 3, 2017

Students Sharing Strategies

Here is the finished product. Thanks to all the students from Wesley Primary and Hay Park for their hard work. I hope other teachers and students find this resource useful.