Thursday, May 31, 2012


Losing the keys to the kingdom wasn’t going to look good, especially as I had only just volunteered for guard duty. In a dark scary forest, as I was looking for the keys in the bushes I watch with my eyes for bandits and  I got my grenade and then throw it.  Then there was a MASSIVE earthquake and It went BOOM.  The whole city shake and there was cracks on footpaths and houses, building, the kingdom and the city. So everyone inside the castle came outside and then  escape inside the plane and went travelling and left me behind. Then ten minutes later the earthquake stopped and it was quiet and I only had a gun and a Knife. There was more bandits coming with knifes and then I got my gun and start shooting the bandits and I ran to the car and ride and start shooting the bandits as I rode to the other side of America.

Thursday, May 10, 2012


This Term we are learning about ART ALIVE. In Art Alive we can paint and make it look like it was painted by a famous artist. We are looking at artist people around the world. Picasso, Matisse, Monet, Van Gogh and a New Zealand artist, Danielle Hulme. The First artist I learnt about was Vincent Van Gogh. I learn his name because when we were in room 22 and we had to paint the sunflower. He painted it the twelve sunflowers in August 1888, Neue Pinakothek, Munich.  Vincent Van Gogh sold one painting for $148 Million. He cut his own ear to give it to his wife and she did not like it, so Vincent had a very sore ear.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Vincent Van Gogh

This term we are learning about ART ALIVE. Vincent Van Gogh was famous because he was an artist. Vincent Van Gogh started becoming artist when he was a boy,  Van Gogh painted eight hundred and sixty four pictures, he made 1037 drawings and sketches. Plus 133 sketches from letters that he made and his graphic works total, plus 10 he made which is 150 watercolours. In total that he made just over 2194 life works.

(He was born on 30 March 1853 to 29 July 1890) He was born in Zundert, Netherland.  Van Gogh started drawing as a child and he still became an artist until he died the age of thirty seven. He died in Auvers-sur-Oise, France.  In March 1886 he moved to Paris and discovered French Impressionists.

Possibly one of the greatest artistic influences on Vincent van Gogh was Paul Gauguin. Van Gogh rented four rooms in a building on the Place Lamartine in May. This building, known as the "Yellow House," was to be his Studio of the South.


On ANZAC DAY I stayed home and remember the people that was in the army died from along time ago and this year. They were caring for us, they were saving us, they were taking care of our country. I want to say thank you for taking our country safe and sound. I didn't to the parade at Panmure because we were feeling bored.


In the weekend it was boring because we stayed home and watch Television, have breakfast and dinner. And even look after my baby sister. We don't travel a lot because we don't have a car so we hop on our uncles van. When we go somewhere like our family meeting. Like we are going to make a plan to go to other country or have a celebration at our aunty's house. My sister rides on the bike and then hop on the net book. But in the holidays we go everywhere but my dad goes to Samoa in the holidays to go visit his family and my mum's family. My sister likes net book because she can decorate her own user-name. I really want to say it's the BORING is WEEKEND EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!  I DON'T LIKE THIS PLACE. In Samoa it's cool because if you ran out of veg or fruits we can go to the plantation and get some fruits.