Tuesday, 26 September 2017

wearable arts

This term we have been working on our wear able arts costumes and i has been a lot of fun and trouble last night we had the show to present to the school and at 7.00 we done another presentation to the adults  and children that wanted to come along sadly we did not get an award but it is alright


  1. Hi Kenz, your groups costume turned out really well, it would be great to see a photo of it on your blog to show your learning. How did you feel your group worked together, what would you have done differently next time?

  2. Hey Mackenzie, I agree with Mum, I would love to see a picture of your Wearable Arts on your blog (I know Holly has one that you could use if you asked nicely...) I think you girls did an amazing job. I loved the flower headband and I know how careful you had to be when creating the flowers out of tissue paper! Well done for being part of a successful group (even when things got tough) Miss H

  3. Hi Mackenzie
    Making and presenting wearable arts sounds fun, we just did it in our class but I wasn't there so I don't know how fun it is. Maybe next you could have a couple of pictures of your wearable art.

  4. Kia Ora Mackenzie

    Hi it’s Allie, and I will be one of the people blogging with you this summer for the Summer Learning Journey.

    I really enjoyed the wearable arts this year. I thought that all the costumes on the night were fantastic. Its great when you put lots of effort into these things. It doesn't matter that you didn't get an award, you would of still enjoyed making it.

    We are thrilled that you've registered for the Summer Learning Journey with us. I know it can sometimes be tricky to get started. I have included a link to the week one activities, but remember, you can do them in any order! Check out the activities on our website, and then post your responses to the activities here on your blog site.


    I am so excited to read all of your posts!


    Allie :)


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