Monday, 30 March 2020

Holiday blogging!

Just because it is the school holidays doesn't mean you need to stop learning! There are so many things you can be doing around the house to keep learning.

Here are some offline ideas to get you started... (click the image)

Here are some online ideas which could keep you learning and active at home... (click the image)

As well as this, there is a team 4 blogging challenge which is up and running during these next two weeks... (click the image)


  1. Tēnā kautau te akomanga tekau o te kura o Pt England,

    Nei te mihi nunui ki a kautau katoa.
    Te rawe hoki o a kautau rangitaki a akomanga, pērā i ngā mahi paetukutuku ako, me ngā tuimotu. Heoi, ko te mea e rata ana ki awau, ā, ko ngā mahi pānui e whakamahi ana e kautau, arā, ko te pakiwaitara 'Coronation Forest'. Ki tō mātau rohe o Te Tairāwhiti, he pīki mahi tēnā me te maha hoki o ngā taraka rōku ki runga i tō mātau rori.

    Kia Ora Rm10 of Pt England School,

    Many Greetings to you all.
    Wow, your class blog is fantastic, I like your learning websites and your offline learning activities. However, what I really enjoyed are the reading & reading activities that you all have worked on, especially the text titled 'Coronation Forest'. In our area of the East Coast (of the North Island, NZ) forestry is a huge industry and we have numerous logging trucks on our roads.

    Kia Ora Ngā Manaakitanga.

  2. Kia Ora Kōkā Audrey and Waipaoa akomanga!

    Your class blog and individual blogs look great too! I'm sorry we haven't had a chance to leave you lots of blog comments on your blogs yet. Hopefully we can start up term 2 by leaving comments for you!

    We don't see many logging trucks around our school. We are so lucky to go to school right next to a beautiful beach on the Tāmaki estuary. Over the school fence, we have a lovely open reserve with green grass, lots of trees and nesting birds.

    Hoping you are all well!

    Miss West and Room 10