Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Matariki Cloak

Look at this fabulous cloak the MLC students created with Mrs Dinnington in our Art interchange. 

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  2. Hi there, my name is Sage and I am a student in room Wahi Ako at Hornby Primary School. I really like how your Matariki Cloak is colourful. It made me think of the one time we made one a Matariki cloak. Have you thought about making pants out of the feathers? If you would like to see my learning, my blog is http://hornbyprimary-wahiako.blogspot.co.nz/

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    1. Hi Sage
      Thank you for your comment. I thought your idea of making pants was fabulous. I may think about incorporating your idea next time.

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  3. Hi my name is Mattisin and I am in Room Whai Ako at Hornby Primary School. This picture is cool and it reminds me about when my classroom was doing it. Did you enjoy making the cloak? If you would like to see my learning my blog is: https://sites.google.com/a/hornbyprimary.school.nz/hps-room-1-and-2/home

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    1. Hi Mattisin
      Thank you for your comment. Our Middle learning community enjoyed learning about Matariki and making the cloak. This was our first time making a cloak.

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  4. Hi there, my name is Brianna and I am a student in Wahi Ako at Hornby Primary School. I really like the cloak you all made. It made me think of a rainbow. Did this take very long to make? If you would like to see my learning, my blog is http://hornbyprimary-wahiako.blogspot.co.nz/

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    1. Hi Brianna
      Thank you for your comment. I agree with your rainbow comment. The students in our Middle learning community made colourful feathers. It took all term to make the cloak and each student made two feathers each.

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  5. Hi Mrs Dinnington
    I like the beautiful colours you put on your matariki cloak. I love the art that is on the feathers on your matariki cloak. This is a wonderful piece of cloak that you made nothing is ruind.
    From Pela St bernadette’s school Room 1

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  6. Hi Mrs Dinnington
    I like the beautiful colors you put on your matariki cloak. I love the art that is on the feathers on your matariki cloak. This is a wonderful piece of cloak that you made nothing is ruind.
    From Jorja St Bernadette's School Room 1

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  7. Hi Peta and Jorja
    Thank you for your comments. Our Middle learning community students enjoyed learning about Matariki and designing to feathers for our Matariki cloak.

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  8. Hi Peta and Jorja
    Thank you for your comments. Our Middle learning community students enjoyed learning about Matariki and designing to feathers for our Matariki cloak.

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