I learnt that making a blog is easier than everyone thinks. Its about showing the world what schools, kids and adults have learnt. You can have any subject like dogs, pizza, Taylor Swift and in our case Archibull. I really enjoyed this experience and will use it later in life.
Design Process And Artwork
In the design process I learnt that it isn't about making everything perfect
it's about having fun and being able to make mistakes. Steph Hyles hs been so amazing and has gave her time to us. We can't wait till the judges come.
Murrum-Bridget has 24 paddocks. The 24 paddocks stand for all the students at Jugiong Public School. She has a lot of pompoms and she has the Murrumbidgee River running from her left front leg to the back right leg I loved making the pompoms I really enjoyed the whole thing.
The Blog Reflection
We used Weebly to do our blog. I enjoyed putting YouTube videos on the blog for the first time. It was fun and I learnt how to post pictures on the blog.
Archibull was a great experience for students of Jugiong Public school. My favorite bit of Archibull was researching, blogging, painting and typing. I was so excited to start blogging. I hope that we can start blogging next year. I am so looking forward to the calf when it is finished.
We all drew a design and decided on how we were going to present Murrum-Bridget. We have 24 paddocks on the top of her. There are 24 students in our whole school. We made heaps of pompoms . We put the pompoms under her belly. It was so fun painting.
The Blog Reflection
I learnt to upload youtube videos on to our blog. It feels so cool to be on the world wide web. Our blog looks so inspiring. I love blogging.
Murrum-Bridget has a lot of pompoms on her belly. She has 24 paddocks and a nice looking beanie with ram horns. The 24 paddocks stand for all the students in Jugiong Public School. We learnt heaps of things and it has been great to design Murrum-Bridget and paint her. She looks cool and beautiful.
We used Weebly to do our blog. We learnt how to post all our information and to put pictures on the blog. Also, it was good to learn how to post. Most importantly, we all worked as a team. I love learning new things. It was cool and fun. I have learnt so much that I didn't know before we started doing Murrum-Bridget.
Archibull has been a great experience for me and my school. I really enjoyed learning to blog and I know everyone else did too. I hope we get to blog again. Also, I didn't know that there were so many jobs in the wool industry.
This week Steph and Tibby came in to guide us as we painted Murrum-Bridget. We painted her two people at a time and we painted her head and legs red and on her back shades of green. The green is the paddocks of Jugiong. There are 24 paddocks because we have 24 students in our whole school. We also stuck pompoms on her under belly and some of her legs. We painted the brown to represent the Murrumbidgee River that flows through Jugiong. It turned out so well. Murrum-Bridget looks so beautiful and amazing. I loved learning new skills and more about art and design.
The Blog Reflection
I learnt so much about blogging. We collaborated really well and worked through it together and helped each other. We made a slideshow for our blog. We put cute animations on our slideshow and it looks amazing.
I learnt that art isn't just drawing and painting. You can let your imagination go ballistic. Anyone can do art. I think it definitely links with the wool industry. I think if you can grow wool you're definitely an artist. My art skills have gone out of sight.
We learnt a new skill, it's blogging and it is very helpful for technology and my skills for genius hour. It was our first time blogging but now we're pros. We even learnt a few tricks like how to add an animation to a blog post, do a photo gallery and even upload a power point. Now people around the world can see our expertise.
We learnt a lot about renewable energy which is power that is collected from resources such as the sun, wind and rain. This is energy that is easily available, all the time without wrecking the environment. We use it for cooking, going places in a vehicle and in our homes and more.
Design Process and Art Work Reflection
It was amazing designing Murrum-Bridget. Her head is red as well as her legs. We made lots of colourful pom poms that we stuck on the bottom of her. There are 24 paddocks to represent all of the students in our school. We all wrote our names on a paddock. She has a nice looking woollen beanie with horns coming out of it to represent a ram. We all think she looks pretty good for a cow.
By Trixie Hyles
I learnt a new skill. It is blogging and it is helpful for technology and Genius Hour. It was my first time blogging but now I'm a pro at it.
On Tuesday Steph and Tibby came in to paint Bridget. Steph called us out 2 at a time and helped paint and put pom poms on Bridget. Miss Yu made her a beanie with ram horns and a flower on the top. She looks amazing!!!
The creative Primary students of Jugiong Public School.