Saturday, 26 December 2015

Yay Christmas

Yay Christmas

Yay it was Christmas Yesterday, fun, fun, fun. We had a delicious turducken and delicious ham.We also got to have some yummy gingerbread house.

26 Dec 2015 09:28:38.jpg“present time” the adults called. Justice handed out the presents to all of the little kids.I got a cool toy horse and cool butterfly stickers. Roman got a cool Disney infinity game for the Xbox One. Justice got this really cool remote control robot droid from star wars the force awakens. Kauri got this really cool T - shirt.

I think that this christmas was one of the best Christmas i've ever had. Cant wait till next year.


  1. I lov e your Xmas post. Sounds like a super day for the whole family.

    Mrs Burt

  2. Hi Bethan,

    What a great Christmas you had! It sounds like you had very special presents and delicious food. What exactly is Turducken? I have never heard of that before. Is it a special food that you only have at Christmas?

    I am originally from Canada and we have special foods on Christmas as well. My favourite thing to eat is my mom's cranberry stuffing. It is so delicious!

    If you have some time over the next month you might be interested in learning a bit more about foods that are eaten in different countries, like Canada. We have a special summer blogging programme called a 'Summer Learning Journey' and you are warmly invited to join in.

    If you'd like to join, please log onto this site ( to register for the programme. You can then complete any of the weekly activities that are located on the 'Weekly Activities' page and then blog about them. Each blog is worth points and, at the end of the summer, I will add up your points. The students with the most points from each school will earn prizes.

    Would you like to join our journey? I hope so! It will be a great way to practice your reading and writing skills before you come back to school in February :)

    I'll check your blogspot again later in the week to see if you've taken up the challenge and joined our journey.

  3. Kia Ora Bethan, sounds like you had a good Christmas, I liked the picture of you and Justice with your presents! Hope you had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, I look forward to seeing you this year! Mr Moran

  4. Hi Bethan,

    It's Rachel and I am sending you this message as a friendly reminder that the
    summer blogging project (Summer Learning Journey) is currently underway. It is just about to head into Week 3 and there are over 20 fun activities for you to complete. Each activity is worth points and the points will be added up at the end of the summer. Students with the most points will win prizes. All participants will also earn a badge and a certificate.

    I will be checking your blog spot every day up to and including Tuesday 26 January (the last day of the blogging programme).

    If you would like to join the programme and receive lots of comments and feedback, please log onto the Summer Learning Journey website:, register and then click on the 'Weekly Activities' tab. The activities are divided into 3 weeks and you will likely want to start with 'Week 1.' During week 1 you will be invited to choose a country to travel to, buy an airline ticket, watch the All Blacks perform a cool safety video, pack your suitcase, and review a good book for the airplane ride!

    A number of students from your school are currently participating in the programme and we're all having a great time. If you'd like to be one of them, please log on and blog today!

    Hope to see you online this week :)