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Monday, 14 December 2020

Going on a treasure hunt with Nanogirl!

Kia ora my name is Jessie. I found doing this supplies treasure hunt really exciting. It mean't I got to look for all sorts of things I didn't really know we had in our home. So I was quite suprised to come across these supplies. I was thinking maybe I would need to buy some of the supplies. Im excited for this summer learning journey and can't wait to share my experiment with you all. I found it tricky to get started and being on the right path to this invention. Thank you all

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  1. Kia ora Jessie

    My name is Renee and I’m from the Summer Learning Journey Team. Ka pai on your blogpost, you have done a great job at using Screencastify to record yourself - you are a fantastic public speaker. It is really cool that you managed to find so many things that you can use in your future Nanogirl experiments - especially when you didn’t realise that they would be in your house! Which item that you found was the most surprising to you?

    I am so happy to see that you have signed up to participate in the Summer Learning Journey! Remember, if you check out some of the other bloggers’ Summer Learning Journey posts and leave a positive, thoughtful or helpful comment you will receive extra points! If you do this, remember to submit a link to your published comment using this form. .

    Ngā mihi nui and keep up the excellent work!
    Renee (SLJ)

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    1. Hi Renee thank you so much for your kind words. I would have to say the hardest supply to find was the cardboard.

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  2. Kia ora Jessie, We are excited for the Summer Learning Journey too. So glad you had fun with this first activity and you were able to find so many of the items around your home.

    Your recording is very clear. Having the curtain closed behind you is a good idea when you are using your webcam. The light is just right.

    Ngā mihi nui,
    Mrs Grant

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    1. Thank you Mrs Grant I appreciate all your advice and I had fun today.

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  3. Kia Ora Jessie,
    What a great treasure hunt you went on, well done on finding all of those items. Now you are ready for next weeks activity where you will build your first superpower! Keep looking around this week for other items at home that might come in handy, you never know when you might need them!
    Nanogirl

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    1. Thank you for your advice definitely will keep an eye out for more supplies.

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  4. Ki Ora Jessie

    My name is Afatia, and I go to panmure bridge school. Ka pai on your screencastify. You are a fantastic person when showing people how to do things step by step. I really enjoyed your screencastify about the many different types of material you need to prepare you.

    Have you ever done something like this before.

    - Afatia

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    1. Thank you very much Afatia. This is also my first time and I am really excited to do the next experiment.

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  5. Hi Jessie,
    I am a student from Panmure Bridge School and I found your blurb along with your DLOs really interesting. This blog post was really helpful as it gave me an idea of what I need for the following experiments. If you were to find an alternative for card what would you use? Other than that your blurb was really well written and it is easier for the reader to understand.

    Great Job!

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    1. Thank you so much Lukah I am lucky that I have found some supplies to do the summer learning journey and I am really lucky I have joined the summer learning journey group.

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  6. Kia Ora Jessie,

    My name is Sulia and I attend Pammure Bridge School. Great job for finishing of the first activty for the Summer Learning Journey. Wow! I really like the way you presented your self very confidently in your video. I like that your video was very clear and understanding. I have also completed this at school, but it wasn't as easy as doing at home, because I couldn't find the equiptment. Maybe next time try put the videos together and try to get better lighting so I that I can see you clearly.

    What did you find hard about this challenge ?

    Keep up the Good Work!

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    1. Kia ora Sulia thank you so much. I appreciate that you understood me clearly I am sorry you couldn't see me clearly. I found it hard to try look for the things I didn't really know we had but I found them and that's what made my day.

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    2. Hey Jessie,

      Thank you for your the reply. I also found trying to look for things at school hard,because some things were not at school grounds. WHat are 3 words you could think of describing this challenge?

      Thank you

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    3. Kia Ora Sulia
      Thank you for replying back
      The tree words would have to be fun awesome and great. Happy Holidays. Have a nice day

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  7. Hi Jessie,
    I am Tanisha and study in Panmure Bridge School. I like the ideas that you have included. I also liked that you have made two separate screencastifys becasue it explains the topic in more detail. Was it easy for you to find the equipments? Keep up the good work!

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    1. Kia ora Tanisha

      I had a fun time looking for something to do. I am also lucky that summer learning journey has been keeping me busy with experiments. I found it hard to find things kind of hard but what I liked was that this was challenging.

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  8. Greetings Jessie

    I have watched your videos and I really like them. I also did a video and a blog post on this task as well. What was your favourite thing about this activity.

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    1. Kia ora Thank you so much for commenting.
      My favourite thing was showing everyone what I was going to be using for the experiment and I also liked that it was challenging.

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  10. Hi Jessie I am a Panmure Bridge School student great job of you screencastify your voice was clear you did a great job. Good luck in 2021

    -Riley

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    1. Thank you Riley I hope you have a wonderful day I like how I can understand all of your comments clearly keep it up.

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  11. Hi Jessie, your treasure hunt was great, and you found all the things you need which was awesome. Panmure Bridge school is still open so it was easy finding all the items and tools for the experiment. I've also done this activity but we are missing some items. What do you think the items are going to make for the experiment?

    Good Job!

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    1. Hi Moti oh you haven't finished school yet ? Um im not to sure what extra supplies we will need .I guess that's going to also be the fun part not knowing what happens next

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  12. Kia Ora Jessie!,
    My name is Sakina, from Panmure Bridge School. It's great that you've participated in the Summer Learning Journey. Wow! Great work for finding the items, for this scavenger hunt. I have also completed this activity! I really like how you have spoken very clearly and listed out items you found, in your recording. Which item was the hardest to find?

    Awesome Work!

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    1. Kia Ora Sakina Thank you for your kind words ild have to say the cardboard was the hardest.

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  13. Talofa Jessie,
    I'm Haylee from Panmure Bridge School. I really enjoyed reading your blog post about the materials you needed for the SLJ activities. Our school found it easier to find the materials as some of these items are used on an everyday basis.
    Was there any struggles finding any of the materials?
    Great Job!

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    1. Hi Haylee that's great and so handy .It took me awhile to find cardboard from a box

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  14. Hello Jessie,

    I am a student from Panmure Bridge School, i found your blog post and think that the blurb along with your screencastify is informative and detailed. I have a question tho, if you didn't have cardboard what would you use instead? Other then that your blurb was really easy to understand.

    Good Job

    -Azatulah

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    1. Hi thank you so much for understanding me clearly. If I didn't have cardboard I would probably try have to find some cardboard paper and it would be easier to cut the cardboard paper.

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  15. Kia Ora Jessie,
    I am Mercy from Panmure Bridge School. It's great that you have participated in the Summer Learning Journey. I really liked how you showed the items that you found during this scavenger hunt in your recording. I also liked how you clearly explained what you did in this activity. Did you find this activity easy?

    Great Work!

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    1. Kia ora Mercy
      Thank you for welcoming me to the summer learning journey. Thanks for liking how I showed the items that I found. I also like how you understood me clearly because that has helped me do this experiment. I found this experiment challenging because we had to find the items.

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  16. Hi Jessie,

    I am a student and I go to Panmure Bridge School. I really enjoyed reading your blog post blurb about the treasure hunt activity, your blurb and video is really helpful as it was easier to understand. If you did not have one of the items that you gathered what item might it be and what would you use as your alternative?

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    1. Hi Juel thank you so much for this comment I appreciate it. You all have made my day. Thank yo for enjoying my blog post. If I didn't have an item it would be harder because it would be longer to work on my experiment.

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    2. Hello Jessie,

      Thank you for replying to my comment. Thank you for the compliments. I have also done this activity but at school and was a little bit hard to find some so we used alternatives. What was the hardest thing to find that was around your house?

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    3. Kia Ora Juel
      It was probably the plastic bottles. Thanks for commenting. Happy Holidays have a nice day

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  17. Bonjour Jessie,
    I'm Mayshar, a year four student from Panmure Bridge School. It is great that you have decided to participate in the Summer Learning Journey for 2020. I really enjoyed listening to your screencastify as I could hear it clearly and it was understandable. As my school is still open it was easier to find the materials.
    Was this activity easy for you?
    Fantastic Work!

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    1. Hi Mayshar thank you for your positive comment. Thank you for making me feel confident in summer learning journey. Thank you for listening to my videos it has helped me a lot. Its great to hear that your schools still opened. It was kind of easy for me to find the supplies.

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  18. Hello Jessie!

    My name is Fau and I am attending Panmure Bridge School. As we just started doing the Summer Learning Journey your work has been given as an example. While watching the 2 videos I thought you spoke very well and had a lot of good information. My school isn't finished yet so my classroom and another classroom worked together to create an activity like this.

    Was there an object that you found quite hard to find? Yes or No and why.

    Keep up the great work during the Summer Learning Journey!

    Fau

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    1. Hi Fau thank you for this comment. I am really thankful to be having a lot of comments because you all keep me busy. That's what I like about you all. Thank you so much I hope people find all of there supplies like I have. Thank you for watching my 2 videos I appreciate it. There wasn't quite any hard objects to find but I had a great time talking to everyone.

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    2. Hi Jessie,

      No worries! It is always good to give compliments and feedback to someone.

      Enjoy your Summer Holidays!
      Fau

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  19. Hi Jessie!
    My name is Aliyan K from Panmure Bridge School. I have read your blogpost and think it is really good. Your 2 videos give good information about the activity. With those objects, did you have an idea of what could be made by using them?

    Keep the good work going!

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    1. Hi Aliyan thank you for reading my blog post I really appreciate it.
      The supplies that I found might make something that will help me remember all your thoughtful comments.

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  20. hi Jessie

    I like your video and blog and you can definitely do the experiment the one thing that you have and I don't is the tube and the paper. how long did it take to find the all of the stuff?

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    1. Hi Aliyan thanks for liking my video I tried y best to be confident. You all made me happy. It wasn't to long to look for the supplies it was probably like 5 minutes or something but I hope you find the tube and paper good luck.

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  21. Hi Jessie!
    I am Ahli from Panmure Bridge School. I really enjoyed reading your blog post because you tell us about what materials we need. I wonder what it is going to make?
    Keep up the good work!

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    1. Thank you Ahli I wonder what its going to make to hopefully I don't do the experiment wrong but if I do ill have you all to help me thank you so much Ahli.

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    2. Hi Jessie, Don't forget that even if the experiment goes wrong it's still a success. Scientists and engineers always get things wrong, that's how we learn how to make them better and try different things.
      Nanogirl

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  22. Hi Jessie, great to see that you have started your summer learning journey with such enthusiasm and confidence. I'll look out for your progress across the summer break.

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    2. Kia ora Mr Hendricks thank you for all your support. Happy holidays

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  23. Kia ora Jessie!

    I am Sakshi and I am an year 8 student studying in Panmure Bridge School. You blog post is awesome! I really like how you have explained your activity and task in detail. I also really enjoyed doing this task, and it was a lot of fun for me to do.

    When I think about the outcome of the experiment, we might make a scale in which we use the string to balance the different weights. But we might also make a catapult with the help of a spatula. What do you think the outcome will look like?

    Great Job! Keep up the great work!
    -Sakshi

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    1. Thank you Sakshi. Kind words and thank you for all your advice. Happy Holidays

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  24. Hi Jessie. Its good to see that you are enjoying the Summer Learning Journey. Keep up the good work. I'm proud of you.

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  25. Kia ora Jessie.
    Such confident you have!
    Did you enjoy your treasure hunt with Nano girl?
    Have a wonderful day!
    Keep up the good work.
    Never give up because your doing great!
    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Kia Ora Angel
      Thanks for commenting
      I appreciate it. Make sure you have a wonderful day too. I enjoyed doing my treasure hunt with Nano girl too. I will never give up and thanks for telling me that. Make sure you never give up because your awesome.

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