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Sunday, 25 June 2017

Crazy Critters Cooking Convention

For reading we read a big book called The Crazy Critters Cooking Convention. This book had lots of great examples of alliteration. We have created digital books using alliteration. Each student chose a letter of the alphabet to write a sentence using alliteration. We used the same theme of critters or animals too. Here are the digital books we created.


29 comments:

  1. Mōrena Team Awa,
    I really LOVE your Crazy Critters Cooking Convention digital stories. I am so impressed with your digital artwork and even more impressed by your alliteration and they way you have each read your piece of writing. Lots of clear voices with great expression. This is a great example of a creative DLO and I look forward to sharing it with others to inspire them. Awesome work team!
    Ngā mihi nui
    Tania

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  2. Kia ora Team Awa,
    Room 9 at Kawakawa School have been looking at your blogpost. They said:
    We love your alliterations.
    We liked your stunning and colourful pictures.
    We liked that some of your alliteration were tongue twisters.
    We liked the animals you had drawn.
    It was great and I want to see it again.
    We are wondering how you drew your pictures?
    How did you come up with so many tricky words?
    We would like to look for the story Crazy Critters Convention so that we can read it too.
    It was awesome and we hope you write another story soon.
    Keep it up.
    Nga Rau Tipuranga

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  3. Kia Ora,
    My name is Breeze, I am a year 4 in Te Moana at Paihia School.
    I liked the way you told a story. Why did you do a Kangaroo mouse? How did you draw the Kangaroo mouse? I have used alliteration in my writing before.
    Breeze.

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  5. Hi I’m AJ from Paihia School, I’m a year 4 student. I especially liked letter u, Uid the Underwing adjusted her unique unicorn. What is an underwing unicorn? Two of my cousins go to Ohaeawai School there names are Indie and Cerris they are 10 years old.
    AJ.

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  6. Kia ora,

    My name Is Isabella - Paige i’m at Paihia School.

    I liked the U slide because the words were interesting.

    Why did you create this story?

    I have used alliteration in my writing too.

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  8. Kia ora,
    My name is Kaitlin and I am at Paihia School, I am year 4. I like your kangaroo rats they look amazing. How did you get the voice on the slideshow? I have used alliteration in my writing before.
    Kaitlin


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  9. Hello,
    My name is Zara I go to Paihia School and I am year 4 like you. I like how you made me like alliteration and I also liked the letter K and how it is really good alliteration. The Kangaroo rats are just so cute.
    How did you get the voice on the slideshow?
    Why did you decide to use alliteration?

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  10. Konichiwa,
    I am year 4 like you and my School is Paihia School. My name is Nikara.
    I really liked K’s pictures especially the Kangaroos.
    Why did you make the show?
    I have used alliteration in my writing too.

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  11. Kia ora, My name is Jahrell. I am from Paihia School.
    I am a year 4, I like your Crazy Critter story. How did you decide what letters to do? My favorite one is letter M. What did you use to make the man and the animal?
    How old are you? How can you make your story better? You have used great alliteration.

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  12. Kia ora,
    My name is Jade and I am from Paihia School.
    I’m a year 4 and I like to play rugby.
    I have a kitten called kitkat and a brother called Jordon.
    I like the way that you put snacks in the tree not on the ground and I liked the way you put some language features in your story.
    How did you get the idea about making a google slides about crazy critters?
    Did you make the story by yourself or as a team.

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  13. Kia ora, My name is Mikaila and I go to Paihia school I like your language features in your alphabet alliteration poem. How do the awesome pictures I have never seen before. I like your kangaroo mouse family. I use alliteration in my stories too.

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  14. Hello
    I am Mere and I am from Paihia School.
    I’m a year 4 and I like to play basketball
    I have a kitten called snow.
    I liked the way that you used alliteration and put it in the alphabet order.

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  15. Hi Team Awa
    my name is Angela,
    I am from paihia school and I am in Te Moana class and we are year fours.
    I really like the way you chose a letter and then turned it into alteration. I enjoyed watching your videos.
    How did you go on google slides and chose a letter then make into a video?

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  16. Kia ora, My name is Mikaila and I go to Paihia school I like your language features in your alphabet alliteration poem. How do the awesome pictures I have never seen before. I like your kangaroo mouse family. I use alliteration in my stories too.

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  17. Bulla Team Awa, my name is Ataahua, I go to Paihia School. I like to skate. I liked your alliteration story and I liked your pictures. How did you draw your pictures? Did you use google drawing or slides? I have used alliteration in my writing too.

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  18. Kia Ora Team Awa,
    My name is Nevaeh and I’m from Paihia School.
    I really like the way you made a presentation of the book you read and how you used alliteration in most of your sentences.
    My favourite alliteration was E and A.
    Why did you want to make an alliteration slideshow?

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  19. Kia orana,
    My name is Harlem I go to Paihia school I’m a Year 4
    I’m from Paihia too. I like how you use interesting words for your stories. I like how you use the alphabet.Why did you decide to make those type of stories? I have used alliteration in my writing too.

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  21. Kia ora, Team Awa. I am at Paihia School. I liked that you read your story to us and drew great pictures. I really liked the angry anaconda. How did you draw the anaconda.
    Vaughan

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  22. Hi

    My name Is Isabella - Paige i’m at Paihia School.

    I have watched your 2 presentations.

    I like the Letter I slide because the words were interesting.

    Why did you choose this book?

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  23. I am Ana-Maria. I go to Paihia School. I like your Critter story I liked the dog. What pets
    have you got?

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  24. Kia Ora,
    My name is Josh I’m a student at Paihia school. I liked J for Josh and Jack jumped on a Jelly Giraffe. How did you draw Jack and the Giraffe? They were great colours.

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  25. Hello again,
    I loved the slide that Kate did in year 3 because it was incredible and it had a lot of interesting words in it.
    Did different people in your class think of this story? How did you get long interesting words? How long did it take you?
    Have you ever thought of using more language features?

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  26. Kia ora,
    I’m Zara I go to Paihia School. My favourite letter was "B" it was awesome the artwork was pretty. Why did you do it in alphabetical order? How did you think of these so fast?

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  27. Kia ora my name is Calais. I really liked the way that you drew your pictures and coloured the pictures too. I really liked how you wrote the words and read the words. How did you get the pictures ? and when did you start?

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  28. Hi,
    Have you ever thought of making a challenge for both years?
    It would be good to do it for your years.
    Why don’t you do it in a week or two?
    Year 4’s would be good to challenge year 3’s in writing a story.

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  29. Kia ora, my name is Kayden. I really like the pictures your class drew. My favorite one was “A” because. I like the
    way that you used alliteration. How did you do the background? I used some alliteration in my real recount writing.

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