Monday, April 03, 2017

We've been busy!

We've been very busy here in Raglan, completing our mahi about "A Summery Saturday Morning". We've rewritten the story in our own words, and also written our own version of the story! Our story tells of all the great things that happen on a sunny TUESDAY morning here at our school.









Saturday, March 25, 2017

A1 St Patrick's School Napier

Kia Ora! We are a class of Year 2 students at St Patrick's School in Napier. We have loved listening to A Summery Saturday Morning, and enjoy reading along with our teacher, Mrs Newport. We drew pictures and wrote about our favourite part of the story. Here are videos of us saying our favourite sentences.

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Kestle writes about her summery Saturday morning - she loves her Nan!


On a summery Saturday morning...

I go to my Nan's house. 

I have a party at my Nan's house. 

I feel happy. 

On a summery Saturday morning.

 

Monday, March 20, 2017

St Patrick's School - Napier A4

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Vina is a goose looking out from the tangled green.

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Cooper is chasing the boy on the bike.

Here are some pictures of our favorite parts of the story. Can you guess which ones they are?





We've really enjoyed reading Margaret Mahy's story. We love the rhyming words and made up words.

Cindy's summery Saturday morning story

On a summery Saturday morning...

I walk to boot camp. We play games then we have a feed. Then someone will come and pray for us. Then we'll sing songs. 

On a summery Saturday morning...


Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Lucian's writing today about his summery Saturday morning

On a summery Saturday morning…
I walk through the gate to the park. Me and my sister play. We play hide and go dog. The dog hides and we find him…
on a summery Saturday morning.  

Friday, March 10, 2017

Matai Hub: Sharing our Stories to a Digital Audience





Matai Hub retold a 'Summery Saturday Morning' in our writing books and used puppet pals to record our story. 
We didn't want our stories to hide in our writing books.

We wanted to share them with other people in the Readaloud group.

Here is a sample of 2 stories we wrote and recorded.