Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Check out my day 3 Summer learning Journey...

Would you like a big family. Yes/no


  1. Kia Ora Cheyenne,

    I love that you gave reasons for wanting a big family and for not. I think you're very right that it would mean you'd always have someone to play games with. What kind of games do you enjoy playing? In the summer, my siblings and I always go to the beach and play games on the sand.

    Nga mihi

  2. Kia Ora Cheyenne

    My name is Jolie and I go to Glen Innes School,I am also doing the summer Learning Journey which means that I can see more of your amazing work. I love your work. What was your favourite part about this activity? Why?. Keep up the great work.

    1. Hey Jolie,

      This is Jade C from the Summer Learning Journey. It's great to see you reading other students' posts and commenting on them. This counts as a bonus point so keep blogging! :)

      Jade C.

  3. Hey Cheyenne,

    This is Jade C from the Summer Learning Journey team. I will also be reading and commenting on your blog over the summer. I hope you enjoy doing the activities and hope you are having fun :)

    I also think that living with a big family would be fun and exciting as you will have brothers and sisters, older and younger than me. I have one younger sister who is 2 years younger than me. I like to hang out with her and be silly together but we often argue about the smallest thing in the world. I wonder what it would be like having an older brother or a younger brother.

    I understand the reasons why you wouldn't want to have a big family. Your house would definitely be crowded and you may need to share a room with one other sibling- or two. I like having my own room.

    Thank you for uploading an amazing activity post. I look forward to reading other blog posts!

    All the best,
    Jade C.

  4. Great to see you have started your Summer Learning Journey. I'd love to see more posts and I hope you are adding many comments to other student's blogs. These activities will help you practice the skills you have learnt throughout the year.

  5. Kia Ora Cheyenne,

    Ka pai for completing your first Summer Learning Journey activity ! We'd love to see you complete more activities before you head back to school. The programme officially ends this Friday so head onto our website to check the activities out: