I was a pupil at Panmure Bridge School and this blog is where I shared my learning.
Hi Jacob,It is really nice to see that you have created a slideshow that explains the origins of thanksgiving. It is a really important holiday for people living in North America (Canada and the United States). Interestingly, we both celebrate the holiday but in Canada we celebrate in October while in the states it is celebrated in November!If you would like to learn more about special holiday traditions in countries, like Canada, please join our Summer Learning Journey programme.The programme has been running for two weeks and is about to head into the final week (Week 3). There are over 20 fun activities in the programme and you can complete as many as you wish. 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) to see if you have participated.If you would like to join the programme and receive lots of comments and feedback, please log onto the Summer Learning Journey website: https://sites.google.com/site/summerlearningjourney/home-1, register and then click on the 'Weekly Activities' tab. 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 :)Cheers,Rachel
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