Sunday, 23 December 2018

My Trip to tundra!

Day 5: blink and you'll miss it
Activity 2: Living on the edge
On your blog, write a letter to your best friend or a family member telling them about your trip to the tundra. To earn full points your letter must have a greeting (eg. Dear…) followed by 5 – 6 sentences of information about what your experience.

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  1. You're doing AWESOME Jahzara. Keep up the good work and I look forward to reading your summer learning journey post throughout the summer holidays.

  2. Kia ora & Namaste Jahzara,
    You did a great job in this post! I liked how you even thought about using a font that is similar to a handwriting as this made your post really look like a letter! However, in your letter you mentioned that the temperature in Tundra is around 10 to 20 Fahrenheit, which is not the case as in the activity brief you can find that the temperature there is bellow zero, more precisely an average of -28 Celsius, that is pretty cold right?! I am wondering if that is the reason why trees don't grow there. What do you reckon?
    Keep up with your amazing work!
    Kia kaha,

    1. Talofa lava Patricia,

      Thanks for commenting on this blog post. I did mention that Tundra is around 10-20 Fahrenheit but however I did forget to change that. Although it still made a bit of scene so that's kind of alright. That sounds really cold. I could never imagine New Zealand being -28 Celsius could you? It wouldn't be the same if it was constantly cold, all the time!

      Thanks for the helpful, handy comment,