Poetry

Friday, May 29, 2020

Positive, Thoughtful, Helpful blog comments

Kia ora whānau,

Today in our cyber safety lesson we are learning how to write a quality blog comment. We are learning how to write a comment that is; Positive, Thoughtful and Helpful to the blogs we are visiting. 

Below I have posted a piece of work that I would like the children to comment on. In the comments section they will be posting their own comment showing what they have learnt about a quality blog post. This post is designed to have mistakes and get the children thinking about how to help me in my learning journey and encourage me to keep trying. It is also designed to have the children highlight the things I did well and praise me on these things.  

A quality blog comment should start with the below;






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  +Ths is my writtting about my cat .   i did this on Monday.///







By Brogan 

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Thursday, April 23, 2020

CRT Teachers - Bubble Photo Challenge

Kia ora Koutou 

Students @Rāwhiti School who have Blogs...
The CRT-Cool Rise Team, teachers have the next challenge for you!
What items can you find from your bubble?  Remember not to harm anything that can move! I have attached a snapshot of the bubble Challenge you can also use this image on your blog to explain the activity.
Create a photo collage and post this on your student blog. 
If you have a Chromebook why not use Befunky to create your collage.  
Check out the blog post @Rāwhiti By the Sea with instructions on how to use Befunky click here.
We can't wait to see your collage on your blog!
Title your post: Bubble Photo Challenge

Ngā mihi CRT Teachers



16 Everyday Activities that Count as Learning!

It is so great to see so many students posting on their blogs and sending us their work. Keep it up! Here is just a reminder if you are feeling overwhelmed by all the stuff online please don't stress, there are heaps of learning activities you are probably doing at home without even realising it! Remember to focus on doing whatever works best for you and your family.