Kia ora and welcome to our class blog.
Kia Ora Ruma Tahi,My name is Chevylee, I am in Paihia School Te NgahereI love your sense of humour!Your little description up top is very descriptive and informing.What are these actually? Are they some sort of pipes?They aren’t actually Earthworms . . . are they?
Bula Vinaka Karoro School My name is Mishaela and I am a year 8 in a class called Te Ngahere and I go to Paihia School.I like the imagination you guys used,they look real.I thought that when I looked at it I thought that the worms would jump right out at me.
Hi ruma tahi. My name is Taleisha and I attend Paihia school. I like the things that you described the place you lived in. I also liked the imagination. Great job!!
Kia Ora Ruma Tahi!This looks so real! What was the best thing about having them around your school? How long have they been in your school grounds for? From Holly
Kia Ora Ruma Tahi!!They look amazing on your grass and real What did yous Make them out of?
Kia Ora Ruma Tahi!Wow these look so cool! What are they? This look so creepy!I like the imagination you guys have used as they look so real.I thought that when I looked at it the worms would jump right out at me! What have you guys been doing in your class lately? How long have they been in your school grounds for? Are they made out of dirt?From Mackenzie
Kia Ora Ruma Tahi! My name is Liam and I am from Grey Main School. They are some cool earth worms. I wonder how you made them. I think they are pipes and you have painted them brown.
Kia Ora Ruma Tahi!Wow those earthworms are gigantic and how big are they 15 feet? and are they real or fake? goodbye for now, from Marshall.
Hey there Ruma Tahi!What on earth is on your field? Ha ha do you see what I did there:-) I imagine that would be some kind of world record for the fattest and longest earthworms.... I am quite interested to hear what they really are.... tell us more...Tania
hi Ruma tahi those are big worms what are they?
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