Monday, November 9, 2009
Today, We started our snow globe advertising posters for our Twilight Fair. We had to include where to find our stand, where the fair is, what time it starts and finishes and what we are selling. Our posters had to catch peoples attention, have BIG, Bold words and it had to be colourful. Here are four of our posters. Hope you like them!
Thank you for your comment Room 9. We have now worked out how much they will cost. The small Snow globes will cost $3.00, and the large Snow globes will cost $4.00.we are almost finished them all. Hopefully, we will be finished in time for the fair on the 20th.We got our prices because we need to make $100.00. We calculated the difference between the selling price and the cost of the items, and how much profit we needed to make. We also thought that if we wanted to sell them to children we needed to have it in their pocket money range.
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
For the school yearbook, we are making Simpsons avatars. To create your own, you must go to the Simpsons movie website and click on avatars. You get to change the guys outfit and choose his/her feature e.g. hair colour.It's a lot of fun and I think you should try this out too. Say hello to Burn, the newest kid in Springfield!
Three weeks ago Room 21 made snowglobes for our school fair. First we had to collect some jam jars. Then we had to get some decorations for the snowglobes. We had to glue some rocks to the lid of the jar. After that we glued the characters ontop of the rocks. Then we added some bushes. Then just to finish it of we aded water, glycerin and gliter. Then we sealed it with silicone. We still have to decorate.
A few days ago, everyone in Room 21 made Simpsons Avatar for our School Yearbook. We went on a cool website called the Simpsonsmovie.com. We got to choose how we look like. It was really fun! Here are a few Simpsons Avatars we would like to show you! By N.T and S.P
With Mrs Greene, our Thursday teacher, We have been making a clay sculpture of the painting Toledo by El Greco, a Greek artist. We first made a clay ball and then a flat piece that looked like a pankake. We put the flat piece over the ball and that formed the shape of a hill. We then made the houses and we ended up with a little clay city. After we let it dry over the holidays, we got to paint it in green, blue and heaps of country colours. Here is what it turned out like.