Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Room 7's Matariki Art

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In room 7 we did some art for matariki. The Korus in this art represent how many people are in each of the students whanau.  This Art work was inspired by an idea from Pinterest and we created the meaning for ourselves following the Seven Sisters story.  We used pastels and looked at warm and cold colours.  We weaved it using kebab sticks.

Video was put together by Jordan.

10 comments:

  1. Kia ora Room 7,
    Thanks for sharing your art work. What a great idea, to use koru to represent how many people are in your whānau. Could you tell me more about weaving with kebab sticks? I'm not sure what this means.
    Mrs Krausse

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  2. Talofa Lava,
    It's me Kayci here from Te Waka Ako at Waikowhai Primary School. I really love how you guys made patterns that were related to Matariki. I also like how you put the images of your work onto a slideshow. Maybe next time you could make the slideshow a bit slower so when we look at the pictures, we know the names of the people in your class and also see the beautiful patterns you made. It made me think about when it was Matariki we had to make stars. It was really complicated to make them but if you don't give up you know that you will finish. If you would like to see my learning please go to
    http://wpskaycil.blogspot.co.nz/
    SEE YOU LATER!!!

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    1. Greetings and Salutations Kayci,
      Thanks so much for commenting on our class blog.
      We will make sure to use your feedback in the future and we will be sure to check out your blog.
      Thanks so much :) !!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Room 7

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  3. Kia ora Room 7.
    I am Conrad from Waikowhai Primary School in Hauraki.
    I really liked your Matariki art work because of your koru.
    It made me think about when I made a Matariki star in my class.
    If you would like to see my learning here's my blog http://wpsconradb.blogspot.co.nz/
    Blog you later!

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  4. Kia ora Room 7, From WPS. Your art work is amazing! I really liked it! Our senior syndicate just finished doing Tessellation art! I was wondering Was it fun? How long did it take? Maybe you can slow down the time between pictures because it was hard so some of them because of how fast they were going! Besides that I loved it! Keep up the good work!

    And if you want to see my blog
    http://wpsbensoni.blogspot.co.nz/
    Feel free to leave a comment!

    See ya!

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    1. Hi Benson,
      How are you ?
      Thanks so much for commenting on our class blog we really appreciate it. We will make sure to use your feedback in the future.
      Thanks Benson :)
      Room 7

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  5. Talofa Lava Room 7, My name is Antonio from Waikowhai Primary School and i'm in room Te Waka Ako. I really like your art about Matariki, I like your video because i'm in to art as well and we do art as a class too. This made me think of when we were making origami Matariki stars and I was struggling because I don't do origami. Please feel free to check out my blog and please feel free to comment as well. http://wpsantoniom.blogspot.co.nz/

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  6. Hi there, my name is James and I am a student in Te Waka Ako at Waikowhai Primary School. I really like how you used colours to make it stand out.Have you thought about making the colours darker? If you would like to see my learning my learning blog is http://wpsjamesp.blogspot.co.nz/

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  7. Hello Room 7, I like your guy's picture patterns of matariki. I just want to say Keep up the hard work and draw more pictures.

    By: Macky





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  8. Hi, I am Lau

    I like you art and escpecially the background music.

    Regards
    Lau

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