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Friday, 29 December 2017

Summer Learning Journey - Week 1 Day 3 Activity 1


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For this activity I used my imagination I imaged that I was in the 1800's and that I had nine brothers and sisters. I will now tell you how I would I feel about having a lot of siblings. 

I think having alot of siblings would really be helpful because when I need help I could turn to nine others to help me. I would be m dream to have a lot of siblings especially when my parents past I could live with on of my siblings.

3 comments:

  1. Hi Savelina,

    Ruby here from the Summer Learning Journey team! It's great to be reading another one of your awesome activities. Keep it up! :)

    Great work! You've done some really good thinking here. I like what you've said about having 9 people there to help. That's an important part of family, I think, that you're watching out for each other and working together so that everyone can do well.

    I have 6 people in my family and it's often very noisy at my house and there are quite a few arguments! But there's something nice about it. Sometimes I think that adding 3 more people would be a nightmare! But other times I think they'd just fit in with the rest of us. What do you think?

    I look forward to reading more of your blog.
    Cheers,
    Ruby.

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  2. Mālō e lelei Savelina,
    My name is Patricia from the Summer Learning Journey team.
    This is a cool post! I liked that you you used a picture here to create a visual aid to your text. The use of a picture always make a post eye-catching and appealing to your followers.
    I hope you are enjoying your holidays and by now starting to think about your return to school, only 2 weeks to go.
    Dig in and keep blogging, I can wait to see your next post!
    Kia Kaha,
    Patricia

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  3. Hi Savelina,
    I agree having lots of siblings will be a good thing, but you will mostly all be different ages ad have different perspectives on everything. Say, if you are all watching a movie together, it might be a baby one for the smaller siblings.

    Great job

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