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Friday, 21 December 2018

My Letter To My Brother

WALT: Write a letter to a family member or best friend about an imaginary trip to the tundra

4 comments:

  1. Mōrena Chace,

    What a great letter you have written to your brother! I am so impressed with the quality of your writing, and the comparisons you have made to New Zealand. I think you meant to write the average temperature is -28? It's very cold in the Tundra!

    It is quite incredible that the animals have adapted to the cold climate. Which animal would you be most excited to see in real life? I would love to see a polar bear in the wild, however, it would need to be from a distance as I'm sure they'd be quite scary if you got them agitated or angry.

    Keep up the great work Chace!
    Nga mihi, Georgia.

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  2. Good letter to hilton Chace. It really made me feel cold. This was a great presentation to do wasn't it. I thought it was. Anyways, I will see more post from you, I hope.

    Nga mihi,
    -Zephaniah

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  3. Kia Ora Chace,

    Nice to meet you. I hope you are enjoying your summer holidays! We are into our third week with the Summer Learning Journey and it has been so much fun. There has been so many exciting, fascinating and fun blog posts that students have shared and are continuing to create.
    The last day of this programme is the 25th of January so there is still plenty of time to get those blog posts in! Remember, you could be winning an iPad and other prizes for your effort in your blog posts, how cool would that be?

    You can find all the activities here on our website: https://sites.google.com/site/summerlearningjourney/weekly-activities
    You can complete as many of the activities as you like, and in any order. Each activity is worth points, and remember, you can also earn points 2 points for each quality comment that you post on the blogs of other Summer Learning Journey participants. It’s that easy!

    Let me know if you need any help at all, that’s what we’re here for :)
    I am looking forward to hearing all the beautiful, knowledgeable and diverse ideas that you have to offer and I am also looking forward to learning from you!

    Blog you later!
    Georgia E

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  4. Kia Ora Chace!

    I just wanted to say a big congratulations on participating in the Summer Learning journey, it is the last day today and we are so proud of all you’ve accomplished! I hope you have enjoyed this programme as much as I have.

    I really loved your activity ‘More than meets the eye’, the one with Sir Edmund Hillary! The questions you asked were very thoughtful and meaningful, especially the question ‘why did you want to climb Mount Everest?’. Did you enjoy this activity?

    Well I hope this year is going to be your best year! We are really looking forward to having you back next summer, I bet it will come around super quick :)

    Best wishes for you and your Whanau.

    See you next summer!
    Georgia E

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