Tuesday, September 13, 2016

We made Soap!

Yesterday a lady called Shannon came in to teach us how to make soap for our craft market. At first we were going to make it the dangerous way with a ll the ingredients from scratch and if you put the ingredients in the wrong way around it explodes. So Shannon taught us how to make soap the safe way. We made chocolate scented soap and it was purple. When we took it out of the mold everyone was so excited because it was really shiny and it smelled amazing.

18 comments:

  1. Hi there, my name is Troy and I am a student in room 8 at Waikowhai primary School. I really like how you made soap! It made me think of how real soap is made, it looks interesting. Have you thought about making different scented soap?If you would like to see my learning, my blog is wpstroyw.blogspot.co.nz
    Thanks
    Troy

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  2. Hi there, my name is Kalana and I am a student in room 8 at Waikowhai School. I really like that you made your own soap by scrap and it was chocolate in the colour purple. It made me think of willy wonka eating chocolate soap. Have you thought about naming the Ingredients in your blog so other schools can try with a helping hand. If you would like to see my learning, my blog is http://kalana. blogspot.co.nz.

    Blog you later
    Kalana

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  3. Hi My name is Khatizah and i am from Waikowhai Primary School. i really enjoy the you have made. i don't how to make a soap you guys are clever.
    how did you make it? it is very cool you guys so good. GOOD JOB
    Blog you later

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  4. Aloha!
    My name is Tayeb. I really like the way you guys have put don how you guys made it. Reminds me of us doing art we made Tongan tapa cloths.
    Maybe you could put down a video of how it was made. If you would like to see my learning here is the link to my blog wpstayebo.blogspot.co.nz

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  6. Hi there, my name is jack and I am a student in room 8 at waikowhai School. I really like how you made that soap. It made me think of how i made soap once and it did not smell very nice . Have you thought about making it into a slide . If you would like to see my learning, my blog is http://wpsjack. blogspot.co.nz.
    blog you later
    from jack

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  7. Hi there, my name is Amie and I am a student in room 8 at Waikowhai Primary School. I really like how you added the pictures of the finishing soap and explained what it smelled like . It made me think of eating chocolate and when I was eating soap when I was little . Have you thought about adding the recipe for what you need? ?If you would like to see my learning, my blog is http://wpsamiem. Blogspot.co.nz. Thanks for sharing this with me! Blog you later!
    From:Amie

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  8. Talofa Confident Creative Collaborative C - learners!
    My name is Jerry R from waikowhai primary school.I really like how you guys wanted to share how to make soap .When I saw this it reminded me of when I ate a tiny bit of soap and it tasted disgusting!.Anyways apart from that I wanted to congratulate you on sharing a post on your blog..If you want to see some of my learning please type up,wpsjerryr.blogspot.com and please remember to leave a comment!
    Yours sincerely,see you later! Jerry

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  9. Hi, my name is Dorothy and I am a year 5 student at Waikowhai Primary School. It's really cool how someone came to your school to teach you how to make a soap DIY (the safe way). What kind of shapes and colours did you get to choose from? I think that your craft market is going fabulous. If you have time feel free to check out my blog at http://wpsdorothyb.blogspot.co.nz/
    Blog you later. Dorothy.

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  10. Hi, my name is Dorothy and I am a year 5 student at Waikowhai Primary School. It's really cool how someone came to your school to teach you how to make a soap DIY (the safe way). What kind of shapes and colours did you get to choose from? I think that your craft market is going fabulous. If you have time feel free to check out my blog at http://wpsdorothyb.blogspot.co.nz/
    Blog you later. Dorothy.

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  11. hi it's Ashana here from waikowhai primary school and that looks so cool that you made soap.maybe next time you could post the ingredients and the recipe on your blog.(if you would like to check out my learning my blog is http://wpsashanad.blogspot.co.nz/)

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  13. Hello my name is Lily I am a student in room at at waikowhai primary school.I liked that you made a presentation to show how to make soap.It made me think the time when I made soap but I didn't do it right and it melted.Maybe next time you could add the recipe if you like to some my learn my blog is http://wpslilyw.blogspot.co.nz/
    Blog you later!

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  14. Bounjor! My name is Safa and I am a student at Waikowhai Primary school. I really love the way you guys made your own soap with there own senses and colours. It made me think of my sister because she is so crafty. How did you guys make it with the scents. Maybe next time you could show us some video's of people making the soap. If you would like to see my learning here is the link : http://wpssafan.blogspot.co.nz/
    Thank you so much for sharing!
    Bye!

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  15. Hi, My name is Rebecca and I am from Waikowhai primary school. I really like the idea of making soap. I think it was great that you made it smell nice, added in colour and changed the shape. Maybe next time you could explain the process a bit better so that we can make it too. If you would like to check out my learning here is the link to my blog: http://wpsrebeccac.blogspot.co.nz/
    Thanks for sharing!
    From Rebecca

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  16. Hi my name is Romeo Hi AmieI like your blog comment about soul Can you show me The ingredients

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  17. Hi my name is Christian and I am from South Hornby School. Wow!!! this is so beautiful because you have put so much effort into this. This reminds me when I made a bar of soap. Maybe next time you could make the picture a bit bigger. Have you ever made a red type of soap.

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  18. Hi my name is Lorelei from South Hornby School. I could imagine that it would've been fun! I was wondering how long did it take to make the soap? I was so eager to out how to make soap. It was interesting to find out how soap was really made and to find out that there are explosive ways to make soap. I will be sure to use these steps to make soap one day. This reminded me of when my mum tried to make homemade moisturizer. A bit of a tip is to tell us the ingredients that where included to make this. Overall I thought it was cool that you could share your learning with us.

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