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Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Waste Busters!

On Tuesday, we had a very special visitor from the Zero Waste Education.  Her name was Anouk and she came to talk to us all about recycling.  We learnt a lot of interesting facts like what aluminium was made from, what happens to rubbish once it gets to landfill.  We even shared with Anouk some of the facts that we knew from our plastic fantastic inquiry.  We did lots of hands on activities as well.  Have a look at our video to see what we did.


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  1. Kia ora Room 2,
    It's Tania here, I am at Kaikohe West School in Room 5. We are looking at your blogpost and learning about quality comments.
    Your blogpost shows us that you care about the environment. We learnt that you are taking care of your school by picking up rubbish. We liked that you shared your learning with photos and videos as well as telling us about it. We pick up rubbish everyday at our school, we find rubbish 50% of the time. What did you learn about what happens to rubbish once it goes to the landfill?
    Room 5 and Tania

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  2. Hi sally chatfield that look very smally did you get a certificate for what you did. when you picked up the rubbish did you go out of school or did someone come and help you do it.and did you do it with a pear. what would be the gross thing you had to pick up? thanks Lucy from Yaldhurst model school.

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    1. I have improved my comment to you:

      Kia Ora sally chatfield that look very Smelly and did you get a certificate for what you did. when you picked up the rubbish did you go out of school or did someone come and help you do it. What was the least favourite thing that you do besides doing rubbish. I did not like it we went on a rubbish there was a load of rubbish like alcohol bottles it was smelly I don't want to do this again but of course we have to do it. What was the grossest thing you had to pick up? thanks Lucy from Yaldhurst model school.

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    2. Hi Lucy, it was messy business alright! The students did not get a certificate for the day but sometimes I have a "magic piece" on the ground that the Room 2 students have to try and find. I have to admit, the tamariki really enjoyed going outside and picking up rubbish, the yuckiest thing we found was rotten apple cores

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  3. Hi my name is Rosa I go to Owairaka school, and I am 10 years old. I really like the way how you have made this video, and Kizio Is a great site to make your video’s. I also like the music it goes well with the picture’s.

    Please Visit my blog odsrosal.blogspot.co.nz Thanks

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  4. Hi Room 2 it's Room 12! We want to say thank you for picking up the rubbish on Papatuanuku. Did you know that Papatuanuku is a girl/lady and she's a mother. We love after her too! Thanks for sharing!

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