- Room 13
- Greetings Earthlings! This is the Room 13 blog. We have made this blog to showcase our work to the world...Our school is in Grey Lynn, Auckland, New Zealand and it has around 320 kids. We are the oldest, so have lots of responsibilities...patrols, librarians, class leaders, monitors, technicians, band....it's so stressful being us!! Keep checking out our blog. We'll have videos, photos and examples of our work. We guarantee this blog will be out of this world.........
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
We have been learning how to keep ourselves and other people safe. For a practice, Michelle gave us all a biscuit. Not to eat (shall we say it again cannibals Liam & Jedd?), but to biscuit-sit! We gave them personalities (it's amazing what a sharpie can do) and names, built them houses and made them clothes. It's every biscuits dream to have parents like us! We looked after them 24-5 (when we didn't have them in Shayla's daycare or got our mums to look after them!) Now they have ambition...to be in the movies. keep watching..........
From Garfunkel's Diary:
It's Wednesday and Garfunkel almost fell out of her house! I'll have to be a bit more careful. Yawn........I'm so tired its 8:25, almost bedtime. Mum looked after Garfunkel while I was at netball. She and Garfunkel were cheering on the sideline. YAY!
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
From Bobby's Diary:
"Today bobby is watching t.v. Then I ask "what are you watching?" he says "I don't know" then I ask "Is it appropriate?" he says "No" then I say "Turn it off" he says "No" then I say "Turn it off" and he says "Whatever". I ask "Have you done anything other than watch T.V" he says "No".
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
We had a meltdown this morning. First, the data projector wouldn't work. It had a keypad lock. What is a keypad lock? We had to find 2 extension cords to plug in our laptop. Our teacher was loudly asking for help. We were desperate ! Then the computer screen wouldn't come on. After we fixed everything the power went down and then we couldn't do anything that required us to use electricity - like the computer. We ran, we wrote, we did Maths, we waited. It looked like it wasn't going to be our day.
Then 2 wonderful things happened - the power came back on and our teacher cornered Mrs Fale in the staffroom and she helped get us all sorted.
So after all this, we still want to learn about blogging. We are learning to consider our audience when writing and think blogging is a good way to achieve it.
What do you think?