Monday, 18 June 2018

Koruru Mask Making

Mask making is messy work!
We are learning to create paper mache Koruru Masks.  The students have planned out their mask and are now in the process of creating them.  Once dry they will be painted according to their plan.
We're off to a great start!!!


  1. Kia ora,
    This looks like lots of messy fun! I look forward to seeing the end result. What part of the process are you up to now?

  2. Talofa lava hi my name is sofaia i go to Wesley primary school. i really like how you are making balloons and i bet it is fun. it reminded me of the time i was in kindergarten and we made balloons and we were playing with it. next time could you add more details what you did with the balloons and did you have fun with the balloons? but i still liked it if you like to see my blog her is the link

  3. kia ora my name is Carla that looks really fun how did you manage to do it.

  4. hi miss walsh's class my name is sili and i like the way you have shared your learning with the world.this reminds me about maori language week because of the title. next time can you try make a video of how you made it.

  5. Kia Ora,my name is Angelica,I am from Wesley primary school and i saw this photo it reminds me of when i helped room 8 do mask making that fun but it was getting on my clothes but maybe next time add what was challenging thank you

  6. Kia Ora,
    My name is Tufui and I am from Wesley Primary School. I like how you described the photo. (Messy Work) When I saw the photo it reminded me when my brother and I were painting masks. Maybe next time you can add more detail to make it more interesting. Bye blog you later!


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