Sunday, May 6, 2018

Anzac Puzzles


This is a Learn Create Share that Bella, Lara and Seane worked on.
The purpose was to create a puzzle for the juniors to play with.
The theme was ANZAC, because it had been ANZAC day recently.

21 comments:

  1. Thanksf or sharing your ANZAC jigsaw puzzle Bella, Laura and Seane. You have chosen a great picture. I had never heard of the Picture to People site so am going to check it out. Did you actually print your puzzle out? If so, how did you find cutting up the pieces? Did you print it on thick paper or card?
    Tania

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    1. Kia ora Tania
      I'm Ruby and I help out to reply for Room 4 Kahikatea Hub.
      Thanks for your comment,
      Just to let you know (It's Lara ;)
      Also we did get it printed out with the help of our teacher. According to Lara, Bella and Seane it was hard, very hard :D Also we did print it on thick paper.
      Thanks for your comment once again
      Warm Regards Ruby PCS

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  2. Hello, My name is Maddiosn I am a year six student at Yaldhurst Model School or YMS for short.

    I enjoyed this post very much I liked how you put a tutorial as well as telling the reader what to do I am definitely going to check out picture to people sometime soon.

    Your post was very interesting and I like to learn about anzac day but maybe next time you could make an ending page so the reader knows when it ends and it might make it more eye catching

    Keep you the AMAZING work
    Kind Regards Maddison form YMS

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    1. Hello Maddison
      I'm Ruby and I help out to reply for Room 4 Kahikatea Hub.
      Thanks for your comment,
      I'm glad the tutorial helped you out and giving you information about the website.
      I'm also very happy that this was interesting to read and look at. Thank you for giving feedback( Positive feedback :)
      Warm Regards,
      Ruby PCS

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  3. Hi,I'm Gracie from Yaldhurst model school and i'm Year six

    I i'm really happy with you said that you learn create and effect

    I really like that you put in a tutorial
    And to share that you gave it to the juniors


    Thanks Gracie


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    1. Hello Gracie,
      I'm glad this taught you something, also might want to check your punctuation and where you put words, but thanks so much for your comment we really appreciate the comment :)
      Warm Regards,
      Ruby PCS

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  4. Hi, my name is Katie from Waikowhai Primary School. I am 9 years old and I have 1 sister and 1 brother.
    I like how you made a slideshow to teach other people. It reminded me about when me and a group did the same thing as you.
    Were you a little scared to go up the front and speak in front of a class? I was!
    Bye and keep up the great work on you blog!
    From Katie.

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  6. hi I enjoyed this post very much I liked how you put a tutorial as well as telling the reader what to do and i hope i see a new psot you need to read it one more time.

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  7. Hi I'm Jacob from YMS and I like the slide show and I like the Anzac Puzzles it is very cool. I like the way you set it up on the slide show.

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  8. Hey Room 4,
    That was really cool thing you did for the junior class, they must have really liked it! What was the hardest part of making it? Would you do it again?
    From Hannah,
    Year 8,
    Yaldhurst Model School

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  9. Hi Room 4,

    That was interesting thing you did for the junior class. The must have really loved it. Would you do it again? really cool post looking forward to see more of your post.

    Bree
    Yaldhurst model school

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  10. Hey there Room 4, my name is Parwin and I am from Yaldhurst Model School.
    I really like how you presented it because you wrote why you did it and what the steps were so if they wanted to make a puzzle then they could just read the steps and draw it. This reminded me of when I attempted to make a puzzle on this book but I gave up because I made the squares to small and some of them where big. This blog post was great because you explained why you dd it and the steps and it was just amazing so keep it up!


    Looking forward to your next posts,
    Parwin

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  11. Hello Parwin, Bree, Hannah, Jacob, Isaac and Katie R,
    I'm Ruby and I help out to reply for Room 4 Kahikatea Hub.
    Thanks for your comment,
    First of all Parwin. Thanks so much for your comment.
    I'm very glad that you like the way they presented. It's cool that you tried to make a puzzle but it's okay. At least you tried. Thanks so much for your comment and your positive feedback.

    Warm Regards,
    Ruby

    Hi Bree,
    I'm sure the juniors loved putting together the puzzle. They would do it again as it was challenging and fun,
    Warm Regards,
    Ruby

    Hi Hannah,
    I'm almost certain the juniors loved it. They said the hardest part was cutting it out, and they would do it again. Thanks for your comment,
    Warm Regards,
    Ruby

    Hello Jacob,
    Thanks for your comment,
    They really appreciate it.
    I'm glad the layout pleased you.
    Warm Reagrds,
    Ruby

    Hello Isaac,
    Thanks for your comment, we appreciate it.
    I'm glad everything pleased you and can't wait for another comment from you anyways,
    Warm Regards,
    Ruby,

    Hello Katie,
    Thanks for your comment,
    I'm glad to know that this helps you.
    They were quite scared but they got over it
    Warm Regards, Ruby

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  12. Hi it's Hunter from yaldhurst model school. I think it is really interesting what you have done.

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  13. Hi Hunter,
    I'm Ruby and I help out to reply for Room 4 Kahikatea Hub.
    Thanks for your comment,
    Thanks so much for your genorus feedback,
    Ruby PCS

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  14. I like what you said on slide 2 it was cool

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  15. Hi I am Teegan from YMS.
    I used to go to a school that my class room was named Kahikatea as well.
    The school was sockburn school but now it's Wigram Primary.
    I liked your post alot.

    Good Job!
    Teegan Ducharme

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  17. Hi Hunter,
    I'm Ruby and I help out to reply for Room 4 Kahikatea Hub.
    Thanks for your comment,
    That's so cool that you used to be in a classroom named Kahikatea,
    It's very nice that you liked our post a lot,
    Ruby, PCS

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  18. Hi, my name is Peter from Waikowhai Primary School, from Hauraki. I really like how you made steps to make the puzzle for the anzac day because you wrote why you did it and what the steps were so if they wanted to make a puzzle then they could just read the steps and draw it. This blog post was great because you explained why you did it and the steps and it was just amazing.

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