Monday, 17 November 2014

Help Writing 2014

If I would to describe helping, I would describe it as kindness. Helping means taking care of each other and being nice. Helpful words and actions mean’s that you are a very nice friend. Assisting or doing favours is very helpful! Help is always about the right attitude and the right behaviour. If someone you know is depressed make sure your a helping hand!

Doing help at times can be hard but the thing you need to focus on is just making someone happy or feel well. Never let anyone down for what they look like or how they do things. Its not polite! I recommend that help can help you in life and also be apart of you everywhere you go. Never let help disappear from you!


Museum Writing 2014

“Woohoo,” I said loudly! I was very thrilled that the year 7 at Point England school were proudly invited to the Auckland city museum. My teachers were telling instructions so we couldn’t be in danger when we got there. I haven’t came to school all last week so I had to ring my parents for permission at the office.

We waited for the bus, It was pretty late but we still made it in time. 20 minutes had past and we were already sitting down waiting for what we were doing for our first activity. We had another glob of instructions and then went up stair to have our morning tea. After that our adventure with the museum started.

We all looked at maori patterns and also pacific patterns. I was amazed about underwater and also volcano eruptions. When we stood inside the volcano room it was scary but interesting at the same time. Seeing the native birds were awesome! I loved seeing the fish swimming and the lizard changing colours.

“It is time to go back to our eating area,” said Mr Barks! I was sad to leave all the awesome activity but as soon as we finish eating lunch we had one more activity. I wonder what it is? Our final activity was to find and take pictures of what was shown on a printed paper.

We took photo’s of a wonderful sculpture and also flowers, ducks,acorns, and us. It was so awesome to end our day at the amazing Auckland museum. Our adventure was over and we took the first bus to school. I really enjoyed the museum!

Thursday, 13 November 2014

Tapa Pattern Writing

A Tapa pattern is a barkcloth made in the island’s of the Pacific Oceans. Tapa patterns are fun and very easy to make. All you need for this fun activity is just die,crayons, brown or white piece of paper, and Paint brushes. Let’s make it. I will show you in 6 easy steps.

The first step to making your fabulous tapa pattern is to make sure you have your equipment ready and make sure you're ready for action, be prepared. Second step, you must draw carefully and start smooth so you don’t need to rush. Make sure you leave some white or brown bits on your paper so you can add your die.

Third step, When your finish drawing on your paper start colouring with your crayons. Fourth steps, When you are finish colouring then you must add die. Six step, Know your finish and ready to show people your artistic drawing. Hope you enjoyed 6 easy steps to making a tapa pattern. Please leave a comment on my blog.  

Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Tangle Pattern Writing

On the first day of school our first task for term 4 was to create our own tangle pattern because the theme for this term was Art Attack. I was very exciting to get working hard and improving my art. My tangle pattern was personal about me drawing and how I would draw my piece.
A tangle pattern is weaved with a lot of other patterns. When the pattern has been done It looks very artistic!

How to make a tangle pattern is just by six easy steps. First step, you must always get your equipment ready and also your design.  Make sure you always have a plan before you start. Second step, make sure you take your drawing seriously because you wouldn't want people to see how bad your drawing is. Third step, always make sure your audience love your art and really admire it. Fourth step, when you're designing you must think about what you like to draw and what you don’t. Think simple and relaxing so you don’t need to stress.

Fifth step, When you're begging to draw just chill and give it your all. Drawing is hard at times but the most thing you would need to do is just have fun and draw draw draw. Sixth step, When your finish your drawing with a pencil you might just want to draw over with a felt pen.

When your tangle pattern is done you can squeeze all the bits of pieces together and that is it for your wonderful art. THE END!