This is the quick warm up for today, It was very basic and fun to do, thank you for visiting my blog! Hope You Have A Good Day!
This is my maths work for today, This week we are learning about , measuring length, Cemttimeters and Meter. Thank you for visiting my blog, Have a Good Day!
This is Part 2 of my Extension project for term 2. As you probably already know, I chose to do a South Korean Hanbok, I am now finally finnished with my Extension Project for term 2. The main thing we had to focus on is Sustainability, Culture Appropriation and Social Consciousness. For Sustainability: The material used to make the male Hanbok, is called silk and muslin. Muslin is a fabric of plain weave. For Culture Appropriation: The Hanbok can be work by any male, In fact there are a lot of people who wear a Hanbok. For Social Consciousness: If you would like to wear a Hanbok in public you can. Just wear it respectfully and carefully. You will find all this info on the drawing I have made, (I designed a male Hanbok).
This my writing task for week 10. I got it done by working hard and staying on task, I am so proud of the results in the end. It was fun writing about the Dawn Raids, Without the Polynesian Panthers we would still be having the Dawn Raids. Thank you for visiting my blog, Have A Good Day!
This is my reading task for week 10. It’s about the Dawn raids, we had to read a book and write down the answers to the question. It was kinda of hard but I got there in the end. Have A Good Day!
This week we started our Extension project for term 2. I chose to do a South Korean Hanbok, I am finally Finished. This is my Research: The Hanbok, is traditional Korean clothing. In Korean Hanbok means Korean Clothing. Children wear Hanbok on their first birthday and adults wear it for their wedding ceremony or major events within the family, including funerals. In the Joseon Dynasty were used to signify an individual’s gender, social class, marital status, and age. Hanbok can be worn by anyone, is it not only south Korea and north Korean. We had to focus on three things, Sustainability, Culture Appropriation and Social Consciousness. Here some of the things I have written . Sustainability: The material used to make the Hanbok is Silk and Cotton. Culture Appropriation: If you would like to wear a Hanbok you would have to wear it respectfully and wisely. Social Consciousness: The Hanbok can be worn anywhere, and used for anything like ceremonies or Halloween. Now I will be focusing on making a Hanbok for males.
Talofa Lava my Name is Legacy and this is my animation for our term 2 DLO project. This term we are doing experiments and for our DLO we had to create an animation of one of the experiments we did as a class. One of the experiments we did which was my ALL TIME FAVOURITE is the coke and mentos experiment. It was so fun making this and thankfully I finished it on time. I can’t wait to do more like. Thank you for visiting my blog, Have A Good Day!!
Today for CyberSmart I choose to do the Visual Mihi Presentation, In this presentation I had to introduce myself, BUT only using Pictures. What are some thing you can tell from my Visual Mihi. This task was very fun and interesting, Thank you for visiting my blog Hope you enjoyed.
This week we are learning about fractions, It was a very fun activity and hope to do more like this next week! Have a good day!
Talofa Lava My name is Legacy. We are doing Cybersmart and I chose to do this for one of my challenges. So basically its facts about me so, my name is Legacy I am 13 Yrs old I am A year 8 at Pt England I have 8 Family members and my favourite food is sushi and butter chicken. I play a lot of sports and my favourite subjects in school is reading and PE. When I grow up I want to be a flight attendant because I want to travel all around the world. I really enjoyed doing this and will love to do more like this. HAVE A GOOD DAY!!