Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Harakeke Easter baskers

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  1. Your weaving is looking great Ruma 3! What cool baskets. I'm wondering if someone could explain what you are doing in the first picture? Have a great Easter break everyone.

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    1. Kia ora Mrs Mclachlan in the first picture they are getting mouka out of flax.You have to get a shell then you lean it up against the harakeke. Thank you for commenting.
      From Shontae

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  2. Your weaving is looking great Ruma 3! What cool baskets. I'm wondering if someone could explain what you are doing in the first picture? Have a great Easter break everyone.

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  3. Your guys weaving is great I wish I was so good as weaving as you are.
    From Richard
    PS have a great Easter.

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  4. in the first picture we are getting muka out of the harakeke and we do that with a shell

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  5. Hi it Samicle. That look so cool.
    How did you do that?

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    1. we got some harakeke and then we divided it in to bits.
      Then we had our finished product it was awesome to do
      we all enjoyed it alot!!.
      madi room 3

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    2. Kia ora Samicle we used flax to weav the basket.It was hard at first but we worked together as a class to help each other. When we got use to it we got better and better as we got through it. It was fun and hard at the same time.That will be a thing i will do again.
      Talia

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  6. Hi room 3 what ever your doing it looks fun and awesome I wish could do that but it looks very hard. Was the creation complicated?

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    1. kiora Aron! it was hard on some bits but we all put in a team effort and we managed to get it done.And we all got to take home some yummy Easter eggs in our basket.
      from madi room 3

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  7. Hi room 3 what ever your doing it looks fun and awesome I wish could do that but it looks very hard. Was the creation complicated?

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    1. it was a little bit but it was fun

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    2. Kia Ora Aron it was complicated at first but then you got the hang of it.


      Merryn

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  8. What did you make the Easter egg basket out of?

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    2. well Danielle! we made it out of Harakeke we first got a long peace of Harakeke and then we took out the middle and then we divided our bits. And then we put our best effort in to it. And we got it done it was really fun and cool at the end you should try it.!!
      madi room 3

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  9. Kia ora we made easter egg basket out of harakeke
    Talia

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  10. Wow thats awesome how long did it take to do that.

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  11. Kia Ora

    My name is Tayeb, from Waikowhai Primary School.
    I like the way you are making Easter baskets,you all look very confident on what you are doing! The best thing is that you guys are making them out of flax!!
    who helped you to make the Easter baskets??
    maybe next time you could put down some more writing so the reader gets more
    information. Thanks again it was amazing reading your guys blog.

    Your sincerely: Tayeb

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  12. wow Hi I am summer
    They look amazing It look like it would be hard Was It hard ? Were that fun to make ? How long did It take you to make it ?

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  13. Hi Te Puna o te Reo 3 My name is Caitlyn k I'am from Greymain school I think you need to improve on working on your Reflection's and putting more Detail on your blog yours Sincelry Caitlyn K

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  14. Hello I'm Leah. Wow they look awesome! I was wondering how long it took you to make them? Next time you could make them a bit bigger or you could give them to people. I really like them they are very neat. My teacher wants to know what you had to do before you started making the baskets? From Leah

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  15. Hello Te Puna o te Reo 3.
    I am Jessie from Greymain school.
    I think that this idea is very creative and fun. Where did you get the Idea of the baskets from?
    I think that you could possibly improve on putting in more information on maybe how you made them and where you got the idea from!
    Yours sincerely
    Jessie

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  16. Hey Te Puna o te Reo
    My name is Cassidy A student from Greymain-school.
    your skills on Harakeke are amazing i love to make potipoti.
    making Harakeke is a fabulous idea!

    Kind regards
    Cassidy

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