Kia ora! We are an awesome class of Year 5 and Year 6 students who love to show what we are learning. Thank you for taking an interest in our class.
Kia ora Ruma 3,Arohamai, sorry I couldn't come today, I am at home not feeling well. I am so lucky that I can check out your blog to see what learning has been happening. I was at another school, in a junior class, for Shakeout day and it was tricky as getting under the small tables! They all practiced drop, cover and hold like a turtle and listened to the song. Have you seen the Turtle Safe YouTube clip?Ngā mihiTania
Kia ora Ruma 3,Nice work on your blog post it is very presentable and it reminds people when there is a tsunami and what they should do to keep them safe. keep up the great work. If you wanna check out my blog her it is http://kpsmiriaf.blogspot.com BYE
Kia Ora my name is Jacque and I am a year 8 at Kawakawa Primary School. I really like how you have explained what i this was for very well, but maybe next time you can add some more photos of yous doing the activity. If you would like to visit my blog go to https://kpsjacquelym.blogspot.com/. Hopefully talk again soon. Bye :)
Kia ora Ruma 3,My name is Roxy I am a year 8 student who goes to Kawakawa Primary School. I really like the way you explained what it was, before this post I never knew what a National shake out day was. Keep up the great MAHI Ruma 3 !!. If you want you can check out my blog at http://kpsroxyp.blogspot.com/. Ka kite : )