Wednesday, 13 February 2019

ANZAC Posters

In Room Six we have begun our topic on ANZAC day.  We already know varying amounts about ANZAC day, but the junior classes don't know much!  We have created interactive posters to share with our juniors to help them learn.  Take a look at Liam's and Harrisons' below.


  1. Hi Room 6 I am Tane I really like you ANZAC Posters. How did you do it? It looks really cool.

  2. Hi Room 6 it's Lochie here. Your ANZAC posters really caught my eye. How did you make them? How hard was it to make?

  3. Thanks Tane and Lochie for your feedback. We have discovered a new programme called 'ThingLink' which allowed us to add tags to the images. It is fairly easy to navigate.
    Mrs Hahn

  4. Kia ora,
    I have really enjoyed your presentation, what a fantastic way to show information.. I would love to share this with my class as it is an incredibly effective way to annotate, and give information. Thank you so much for the inspiration.
    Carolyn Davies, Marshland School.

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  6. Hi room 6,
    I have just finished reading your amazing piece of work and I thought you did a amazing job with the work you have done. The best parts were the backup sounds that played when I would read the little pieces of information of your blog, you have done a great and fantastic job and also make sure to keep up the good work!
    Kind regards,
    Stephney from Tamaki Primary school

  7. Hi my name is Lopiseni and i really like the gun and how you show what to do with it and your presentation.This is an fantastic and awesome thank you
    Lopiseni,Tamaki primary.

  8. Malo e lelei,Room 6! My name is Grace and I am a year 8 student at Tamaki Primary School. This is a very creative idea and I must say I am very impressed with the way you have presented this piece of work! I enjoyed reading these information about ANZAC and what makes it it even cool, is how you you guys added the sound background which gives it a spark! Next time, you guys could work on re-reading your sentences so it make senese, for example, " This is where is water is held is drip into the container below", I think you were suppouse to say: This is where the water... Overall you guys did a great job on blogging this AMAZING work!! By the way, what site did you use to create this?

    King Regards,
    Gracie :)

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  10. Malo e lelei Room 6,
    My name is Helena and I am a year 8 student at Tamaki Primary School. This blog post is very creative. I love the pictures and I also love you added lots of details and creativity.
    Keep up the Great Work.



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