Sunday, September 6, 2009

News Flash - What really happened when Jack climbed the beanstalk?

Room 14 thought really carefully about what actually happened high up in the clouds at the end of the beanstalk and they came up with this cool news item to share their ideas.
Nezinli, Kayde, Matthew, Toko and Tui worked amazingly hard on the animations using Photoshop and Hyperstudio while Shawn, Joseph and Toko provided the voiceovers.
We hope you enjoy it.
Catch the full quality clip on SchoolTV in the next couple of weeks.
Triangle TV 5.45pm on Wednesdays.


  1. Room 14 everyone involved worked really well on this and was able to sort out problems that we encountered without too much fuss. Nezinli - Thank you for your extra work and Toko I loved how you learnt your script so beautifully. Joseph- you surprised me with your talent for funny voices and Shawn you made a fabulus Jack.
    Well done everyone!

  2. Hi Room 14

    The children in Room 3 and I really enjoyed watching your movie.We had a good laugh and espescially enjoyed the stinky rat bit. My children now use it all the time. We loved the funny voices and awesome animations. You worked well in your teams.We hope to see more.

  3. Hi guys

    What a cool recount about Jack and the Beanstalk. What cool animations and voiceovers. Ka pai tamariki.

    From Te Roimata

  4. Hi Room 14!!! We really like how you added different characters from different fairytales like Jack and the interviewer Kermit the frog. Well thats all we have all time for Bye

  5. Kia Ora Room 14,
    I really enjoyed watching your movie about what you thought happened. Your animations and voice overs were fantastic. Keep up the great work. I wonder what your awesome class will do next?

    Miss Lavakula

  6. shawn cool mask i wish i had one like yours

  7. it's cool how the giants said 'Fee Fi Fo Fum I smell the blood of a stinky man!"

    from brandon

  8. WOW,

    I am so amazed how that movie had so much detail!!! Keep it up.Espically Toko you done a Pretty good job.Ka Pai Tamariki.

    From Kayde.