Monday, October 27, 2014

Brightwater Newsletter #3

Here is our next newsletter- all about the Nelson Mask Parade. Click on the cover to read the whole book.


Brightwater Newsletter #3

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Multi-Touch iPad Book

This week we put our blog posts together and made a multi-touch book.

You can hear us reading and see our illustrations and text.

You can read it on your iPad by downloading it.


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwaO1y3EpG29N1J6T1FlUTJDUUE/view?usp=sharing

Or you can view the book as a video

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Writing a Combined Book to download

We are going to make one combined multi-touch book using our stories.

We are going to do that this term.

Here is the text we are going to use.  Make sure it says what you want it to say.

We are going to add our own illustrations.

Make them great.




Saturday, October 04, 2014

Golden Bay

This holidays we went to Takaka for 3 days. We went to Wainui Falls. It was 40 minutes each way. It was a big waterfall that came rushing down. We left at 10 am. We stopped at the salmon farming. We caught 9 salmon between us.




ColAR Magic

On our last day of Term Three we had a bit of treat colouring and bringing our creations to life using the ColAR app on the iPads.

Here is the link to the app if you would like to try it out for yourself. ColAR itself is free but you buy more of the colouring prompts as you like.




Here is a little video showing how Augmented Reality works with ColAR.


Monday, September 22, 2014

Term Three Newsletter

Here is the link to the Google Doc newsletter for writing our notes on.

Here is the newsletter to it all put together.

Click on the image to read the newsletter.

Newsletter #2

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Today is International DOT DAY

Today is 15 September - International Dot Day. We are going to draw our dots using the iPads or Google Draw.

Allanah will put them all together into one slideshow at the end of the day.


Here are our Dot Day Dots. All put together with Google Drawings!




Puterino School showed us their dots too. Aren't they cool.