Monday, 6 January 2020

πŸ‰πŸŒŸ SLJ ~ W1 ll DAY 3: TEAM PLAYERS ll ACTIVITY 1, 2 & 3 ⛹️‍♂️πŸ€

SUMMER LEARNING JOURNEY 2019 - 2020
WEEK 1: PHYSICAL LIMITS πŸƒπŸΎ‍♀️
DAY 3: TEAM PLAYERS πŸ‰
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ACTIVITY 1: RUGBY SUPERSTARS πŸ‰πŸŒŸ

TASK INFORMATION BELOW:
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Image Attribution

Jonah Lomu was a rugby superstar. He was the youngest ever All Black, selected at just 19 years of age. He went on to have an amazing career that included 63 caps (international games) and 37 tries. Jonah was Tongan, but spent most of his childhood in Mangere, South Auckland. He started out playing touch rugby and rugby league but changed over to rugby union and quickly made a name for himself. He was very tall, strong and fast.



Richie McCaw is another example of a famous rugby player. He was the captain of the All Blacks between 2004 and 2015. Like Jonah Lomu, he had an outstanding international career in rugby union and had many achievements. In fact he was the most capped All Black captain, most capped test rugby player and World Rugby Player of the Year in 2006, 2009, and 2010. He has been given a Halberg Award and made a member of the Order of New Zealand. As well as being an outstanding player, Richie McCaw was also a strong leader and captain.

For many people, players like Jonah Lomu and Richie McCaw are superheroes with extra special ‘superpowers.’
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BLOGGING TASK:


For this activity, let’s imagine that you could be a superhero for a day. What three superpowers would you most like to have?



On your blog, please list the three superpowers, tell us why you have chosen each one, and tell us what you are going to do with them.
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πŸ€” THREE SUPER POWERS πŸ€”

Time Travel - Of course time travel would be my first pick of a super power. I chose time travel because there are many mysterious, unsolved mysteries in this extraordinary world we are living in. Even though this would be really risky, I want to be able to go back and see what really occurred in certain mysteries because the obvious isn't always correct.

Enhanced Senses - I have always had that desire to look and feel beyond what the average human can sense. This is why I would like to have enhanced senses as a super power. Imagine being able to tell the difference between smallest things using your different senses, crazy right?! I've also seen in many movies where people poison beverages, I want to tell between things like this which would be really awesome.

Telekinesis - Telekinesis is the supposed ability to change matter, energy, space or time by using your mind. Have you seen Stranger Things ? One of the main characters Eleven uses telekinesis a whole lot in the movie. She was able to manipulate objects, people and creatures. Eleven was even able to fling a large van into the sky! I would use this power not as revenge but to grab food when I'm too lazy to.
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 ACTIVITY 2: DEFYING THE ODDS ⛹️‍♂️πŸ€

TASK INFORMATION BELOW:
Image Attribution: Steven Adams,
Keith Allison, CC BY-SA 2.0
LeBron James is one of the most famous professional basketball players in the world. He currently plays in the NBA (National Basketball Association) for the Los Angeles Lakers. He has won numerous awards over the years, helping his teams win many important games.

Steven Adams also plays in the NBA, but unlike LeBron, Steven comes from Rotorua, New Zealand and is the half-brother of Olympic gold medalist Valerie Adams. That’s a pretty cool family connection, isn’t it?! Steven Adams currently lives in the United States and plays for the Oklahoma City Thunder basketball team.

Despite being born in different countries, these two incredible basketballers have a number of similarities. Both men came from humble beginnings. Neither of their families had a lot of money, and neither man grew up with a father at home. Even though they faced challenges, they were able to overcome them. Both men are examples of what is possible when you work hard and believe in yourself.
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BLOGGING TASK:

For this activity, we would like you to imagine that you had the chance to interview LeBron James, Steven Adams or another basketball player of your choice.


On your blog, tell us who you would interview and then provide a list of five questions that you would like to ask your chosen player.
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⛹️‍♂️πŸ€ INTERVIEWING STEPHEN CURRY⛹️‍♂️πŸ€
I decided to choose Stephen Curry to interview. If you'd like to take a closer look at my questions just simply click the image. Thanks!
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ACTIVITY 3: ACHIEVING OUR DREAMS πŸŒ 
TASK INFORMATION BELOW:
Image Attribution: Silver Ferns by Anthony
Au-Yeung/Getty Images. Image Source.
The Silver Ferns are New Zealand’s professional netball team. They are based in Auckland and play against teams from all over the world. Next year they are due to compete in the first ever Netball Nations cup competition in England.

In order to earn a place on the team, each of the players had to prove that they were one of the best netball players in the country. They have all had to work very hard, sacrifice many things, and show dedication and determination throughout their careers. In many cases, they have also had a lot of support from others - their family, friends, teachers, coaches. This support has allowed them to pursue their dreams and to, ultimately, do a job that they love.
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BLOGGING TASK

For this activity, choose a friend or family member and ask them what their dream job would be. Please then brainstorm six ways in which you could support them in achieving their dream job.

On your blog, present your ideas as a poster or infographic.
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NURSE INFOGRAPHIC πŸ‘©‍⚕️


This is my infograph I have created showing 5 ways I can help my sister in achieving her dream job. I used google draw for this and I took a really long time finding and thinking about the different ways I can help. This is my finished work! *click the image for a better view of the nurse infograph*
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Task Description: Hello fellow blog viewers! Happy New Year :) I have been gone for a very long time, I sincerely apologize. But, I have been trying to get Day 3 out of the way and I have been dragging it but, here it is! The first activity was about three superpowers I would have. I really enjoyed this activity as I got to discover new 'powers' and why I would love to have them! The second activity was about interviewing Stephen curry. I wasn't familiar with him so I decided to do some research on the legend before making the DLO. The final activity was me sharing 5 ways I can help my sister strive for her future dream job. We had to use a infograph to present our work. I found this one hard because I was trying so hard to find my last helpful way and it took so long but, I managed to pull through and add my final helpful way. Thanks for viewing to blog-post and feel free to leave some feedback :)

Wednesday, 25 December 2019

✝️ SLJ ~ W1 ll D2: UP IN THE AIR ll ACTIVTY 3 πŸ’ͺ

SUMMER LEARNING JOURNEY 2019 - 2020
WEEK 1: PHYSICAL LIMITS πŸƒπŸΎ‍♀️
DAY 2: UP IN THE AIR ✈️πŸ’¨
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ACTIVITY 3: MIRACLE ON THE HUDSON ✝️πŸ’ͺ

TASK INFORMATION BELOW:
Image Attribution: Plane crash into Hudson River, Greg Lam Pak Ng, CC BY 2.0

Mr Chesley Sullenberger, or “Sully” as he was known, was an airline captain (pilot) for about 30 years. In 2009, he became world famous when he landed his aeroplane in the middle of the Hudson River in New York City. He was forced to make an emergency landing when both of the engines in his aeroplane lost power. Amazingly, all 155 people on board the A320 plane survived the landing. This incredible event became known as the ‘Miracle on the Hudson.’

You can watch a video about it here.

Although Sully must have been scared when the engines lost power, he didn’t show it. Instead he stayed calm, and saved the lives of everyone on board. What a brave man!
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BLOGGING TASK:

For this activity, we would like to hear about a time when you, or someone you know, was brave like Sully.

On your blog, recount a time when you (or someone else you know) did something brave.
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 ✝️ JESUS - BRAVERY ON THE CROSS 

I decided to choose this story/man because Christmas is tomorrow and Jesus is a very inspiring man to me. My family is also a christian one, that's another reason why I chose this.
*if you'd like to see the full story of Jesus Christ - click here*

Jesus was the man who known as the son of god. His mother Mary who was a virgin was blessed with a son, and was told my an angel that he was the son of god and that he shall be named Jesus, as he was to save the people from there sins. You guys may know him from his birth story (the Birth of Jesus Christ) as we celebrate it every year on the 25th of December!

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During the time Jesus was alive, he performed many miracles and gained a lot of followers - his disciples. Jesus did a lot of good during his time and helped a lot of people who weren't wealthy or weren't really nice people.

One of his famous miracles was when he healed a blind man. Jesus's disciples told him that this man was born blind, and always wanted to see clearly. Therefore, Jesus spit on the ground, made mud with the saliva and smoothed the mud over the blind mans eyes. He then told the man to go and wash the mud off in the Pool of Siloam (you can type it up!). So the man went (a child who always guided him was there) and washed his eyes. Then he was able to see! He was so happy and filled with Joy. 

Even though this happened, a lot of pharisees and dis-believers despised Jesus. These people didn't believe that Jesus was the son of god and that everything he did was just a joke! Therefore the pharisees decided to do something with him. Jesus already knew that he was going to go through a humiliating and painful death yet, he did not do anything to stop the execution and decided to go through it all.

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The pharisees took Jesus and confronted him about the things he's done. Jesus simply explained it but the pharisees were still in denial of him. Then, they told the roman guards to execute Jesus on the cross. Many of the people heard - some where glad, others were sad and some just came to watch whats happening. They took Jesus along with 2 other criminals and made them walk while carrying heavy wood upon there shoulders.

They finally came to a place called the skull. This was where they were going to hang the three men. They put his feet together, nailed them and also nailed his hands to the wood. Jesus in no way interfered with the process and all he did was just endure the pain. Even when the nail hit his flesh hard, he did not let one foul word out of his mouth.

He hanged on the cross, along with the other two criminals and there was a HUGE amount of people who came to witness Jesus's death. It was very, very loud! A lot of people like the priests of the churches mocked Jesus and said, "If he is the son of god, let him perform a miracle and come down from the cross". Jesus did not listen to the comments and just endured all of it, not letting a foul word drop from his mouth. The two people beside him asked that they'd be together with Jesus after death, and these were Jesus's last words: "Father (god), forgive them, for they know not what they do. Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in paradise (in response to one of the two thieves crucified next to him) Father, into your hands I commit my spirit". 
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Task Description: Warm Greetings fellow blog viewers! This is my final task for day 2 of the Summer Learning Journey. Our final activity is called Miracle on the Hudson. The text provided a real life event about a airplane captain named Chesley. He was forced to make a emergency landing and ended up landing in the middle of Hudson river in NYC. He was very brave and did not panic and safely managed to save the passengers. Our task was to write a story about a time you were brave or when someone you know was brave. I decided to pick Jesus as a brave person. I didn't need to do much research because I know the story about Jesus off by heart as I am a christian. Therefore, this was task was pretty much easy to complete. Thanks for reading this blog-post and feel free leave a comment below!



Tuesday, 24 December 2019

πŸ‘¨‍πŸš€ SLJ ~ W1 ll D2: UP IN THE AIR ll ACTIVTY 2 πŸš€

SUMMER LEARNING JOURNEY 2019 - 2020
WEEK 1: PHYSICAL LIMITS πŸƒπŸΎ‍♀️
DAY 2: UP IN THE AIR ✈️πŸ’¨
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ACTIVITY 2: ONE SMALL STEP FOR MAN πŸ‘¨‍πŸš€πŸŒ‘

TASK INFORMATION BELOW:
Image Attribution: Portrait of Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, NASA Photo ID: S69-31741 - Program: Apolo XI, Public Domain

Neil Armstrong was an American astronaut and engineer. In 1969, Neil and his team of astronauts flew to the moon in a spacecraft called Apollo 11. When they arrived, Neil got out of the spacecraft and walked on the moon. He is the first person in history to walk on the moon! As Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon, he famously said, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”


As you can imagine, landing on the moon is a very dangerous task. Many things can go wrong, and a number of astronauts have died attempting to land on the moon. Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins (the three astronauts on Apollo 11) must have been extremely brave.

I always imagine that walking on the moon must be like jumping on the trampoline! Do you like jumping on a trampoline? My daughter Laila loves it!
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BLOGGING TASK:


For this activity, let’s imagine that you were Neil Armstrong.
On your blog, write a short poem describing how you felt when you first set foot on the moon. Here is a link to some different poetry forms.
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πŸ‘¨‍πŸš€ NEIL ARMSTRONG: POEM πŸŒ‘
This is a POV of me as Neil Armstrong, told in a poem.
*warning: i'm not a expertise in poems, so if it does not meet your expectations, it tried my best i am so sorry lol*
Image attribution: https://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents
/5-8/features/nasa-knows/who-was-neil-armstrong-58.html
Is this for real? Is this me!
I'm about to make history, shall I proceed?

I take one more look back, the crew is just waves back!
A huge deep breath will do, then I set my foot on the moon!

Oh this feeling! It's driving me crazy!!
I'm on moon, I'm moon! I'm feeling so thrilled, is this even true?

I take a huge look at my surroundings
As the stars compliment the view

My feet feel very funky
I wanna dance! Or will I look like a monkey?

Well “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”
I'm ready to seek for more, I wonder what will be in store?
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Task Description: Kia Ora everyone! This is my completed work for activity two of day two. Today we got to learn about the famous man who was known for being the first ever human to set food on the earth, Neil Armstrong. Our task was to imagine that we were Neil Armstrong and create a poem about how we feel if we were to set foot on the moon! I tried my best, as writing poems isn't really a strength of mine. I also looked at some created synonyms that I could use. I would say I did fine on the poems but I kind of ditched the rules of the structure, hey! at least I tried. Thanks for reading this blog-post and feel free to leave some feedback of your own :)

πŸ‘©‍✈️ SLJ ~ W1 ll D2: UP IN THE AIR ll ACTIVTY 1 ✈️πŸ’¨

SUMMER LEARNING JOURNEY 2019 - 2020
WEEK 1: PHYSICAL LIMITS πŸƒπŸΎ‍♀️
DAY 2: UP IN THE AIR ✈️πŸ’¨
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ACTIVITY 1: FLYING SOLO πŸ‘©‍✈️
TASK INFORMATION BELOW:

Image Attribution: Amelia Earhart in airplane,
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division
Washington, Public Domain.
Jean Batten was a famous aviator (pilot) who was born in Rotorua, New Zealand in 1909. In the 1930s she made several record-breaking solo flights (on her own) across the world. In fact, she was the first person to fly solo from England to New Zealand - a huge achievement! She also flew a number of long solo flights between England and Australia/Brazil. When she flew, she always took a silk dress with her so that she could look beautiful at the parties she attended upon her arrival.

Amelia Earhart was an American aviator who lived at about the same time as Jean Batten. Like Jean, she also flew solo. In fact, she was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She flew all the way from Canada to Northern Ireland on her own without stopping. In 1937, Amelia Earhart attempted to circumnavigate (go right around) the world. Unfortunately, the flight ended in tragedy when she disappeared near Howland Island, about halfway between Australia and Hawaii. She was never found. 
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BLOGGING TASK:

For this activity, compare and contrast these two aviators. You could use this venn diagram.

On your blog, share your comparison between the two women and be sure to include at least three similarities and three differences between these two aviators.
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πŸ‘©‍✈️ AMELIA EARHART AND JEAN BATTEN πŸ‘©‍✈️
✈️ SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES πŸ’¨

Task Description: Kia Ora fellow blog-viewers! This is the first task of day 2 (up in the air) of the Summer Learning Journey. Today my friends, I learnt about two amazing women, who both had a great passion for flying solo. These two women were Jean Batten and Amelia Earhart. The first thing I did was read the task information. It gave a us a short background to Jean and Amelia's lives. I found a lot of very useful information while reading. Our task was to write similarities and differences between the two. For these kind of tasks I would usually use a venn diagram, but I decided to change things up a bit. I used google draw to create this activity. All graphics were drawn by me using polyline. I found a lot of information from different sites on google. I also found a site that was dedicated to Amelia's entire life! I found this task interesting and gave me a big insight into solo flying with women. Thank you for reading this post and leave a comment below :)

πŸŒΊπŸ‘• SLJ ~ W1 D1: EXPLORES ll ACTIVITY 3 πŸŒΊπŸ‘•

SUMMER LEARNING JOURNEY 2019 - 2020
WEEK 1: PHYSICAL LIMITS πŸƒπŸΎ‍♀️
DAY 1: EXPLORES πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ⛵ 
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ACTIVITY 3: SCALING  NEW HEIGHTS πŸŒΊπŸ‘•

TASK INFORMATION BELOW:

Image Attribution: Hillary and Tenzing on
return from the summit of Everest,
Jamling Tenzing Norgay, CC BY-SA 3.0
In 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and his sherpa (guide), Tenzing Norgay, were the first people to reach the summit of Mt Everest, the tallest mountain in the world. 


At the time, Edmund Hillary was an apiarist (beekeeper) from Auckland, New Zealand. During the summer he worked as a beekeeper, and during the winter, he climbed mountains. Becoming the first person to summit Everest was not easy. In fact, Edmund Hillary attempted (tried) to climb to the top of Mt Everest three times before he succeeded. He was determined to reach the top!

While this famous explorer and climber is mostly remembered for being the first person to reach the summit of Mt Everest, he has also made a huge impact on the world through his charity work. In 1960, Sir Edmund Hillary set up the Himalayan Trust to bring education, healthcare and safe drinking water to the people of Nepal - the country where Mt Everest is located.
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BLOGGING TASK:


For this activity, please select a charity that you are interested in. You may choose your own or use one from our list (below). Read about the charity.


List of Possible Charities:

SPCA

Auckland City Mission

Air Rescue

OXFAM

On your blog, write a short explanation of what the charity does.
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πŸ‘•πŸŒΊ PINK SHIRT DAY CHARITY πŸŒΊπŸ‘•

Pink Shirt Day is a charity that helps prevent bullying in general. This whole charity or celebration day started in a school (which I will share the story after). Pink Shirt Day is celebrated annually across the world. Here in New Zealand, Pink Shirt Day's focus is on building workplaces, communities and schools where our whanau are able to have a sense of belonging (like being safe), valued and well respected by there surroundings.  

HOW IT STARTED: This movement all started with two very brave students in Canada, who decided to stand up against bullying. These students decided to do this because of one other student was bullied for wearing a pink shirt. Now this is a world-wide celebration where people get to wear a pink shirt or some sort of pink attire.

For more in depth information, please visit the Pink Shirt Day site :)

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Task Description: This is my completed work for the last task of day 1. As you may already know, this task is called scaling new heights. First I read the text that included information about Sir Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norgay about they're famous climb to the top of Mt Everest, the tallest mountain in the world. It also shared information about how Edmund Hilary created a charity called the Himalayan Trust to the people of Nepal. Our task was to choose are charity we are interested in and write a short explanation of what they do. I chose to do a charity called Pink Shirt Day. This task was very easy and It helped me learn how to keep things short and sweet, rather then go on and on! Thanks for reading this blog-post and feel free to leave a comment below :)

Saturday, 21 December 2019

πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡΄ πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ SLJ ~ W1 D1: EXPLORES ll ACTIVITY 2 πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡΄ πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ

SUMMER LEARNING JOURNEY 2019 - 2020
WEEK 1: PHYSICAL LIMITS πŸƒπŸΎ‍♀️
DAY 1: EXPLORES πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ⛵ 
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ACTIVITY 2: DISCOVERING AOTEAROA πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡΄ πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ
TASK INFORMATION BELOW:
Image Attribution: Portrait of Abel Tasman, Jacob Gerritsz. Cuyp, Public Domain
Many people believe that Kupe was the first explorer to discover Aotearoa, New Zealand in about 1300. He navigated his way by waka to Aotearoa from Hawaiki using traditional Polynesian navigation techniques - just like Nainoa Thompson (from Activity 1) did much later on. Legend says that he followed a great octopus all the way to Aotearoa/New Zealand and finally destroyed it in Cook Strait (the water between the North and South Islands).
Image Attribution: Kupe by Sid Mosdell is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Many years later, a Dutch explorer from The Netherlands, Abel Tasman, was exploring the Pacific Ocean when he came across New Zealand. He thought that he was the first person to ‘discover’ the country (despite the fact that Māori already lived in New Zealand!) and made the claim in 
1642 that he had ‘discovered’ a new land. His exploration of New Zealand inspired many other European explorers to follow his lead and travel to the Oceania.

Kupe and Abel Tasman were two different men from two very different backgrounds (cultures) who shared a common interest - exploration.

BLOGGING TASK:

For this activity we would like you to think about your own experiences and your own cultural background. Where does your family come from? Do they come from Europe like Abel Tasman, Polynesia like Kupe, or somewhere else?
On your blog, please tell us about your cultural background. Where do you and your family come from?
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πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡΄ MY CULTURAL BACKGROUND - HALAUFIA & LAIMANI πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ


Task Description: This is my completed task for activity 2 of day 1. As you have may read from the instructions above, my task was to explain my cultural background - about where me and my family come from. I decided to present my work using google presentation. I found this task very easy because I already know a background about my whanau which I am really proud to say. I think that sharing and knowing your background is something very important because it defines who you are and where your roots are based. Thank you for reading this blog-post and don't be afraid to leave a comment! I love to hear other people's thoughts and ideas.


πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ⛵ SLJ ~ W1 ll PHYSICAL LIMITS ll D1: EXPLORES ll ACTIVITY 1 πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ⛵

SUMMER LEARNING JOURNEY 2019 - 2020
WEEK 1: PHYSICAL LIMITS πŸƒπŸΎ‍♀️
DAY 1: EXPLORES πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ⛵ 
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ACTIVITY 1 : SETTING SAIL πŸŒŠ
 INFO BELOW (NOT WRITTEN BY ME ALL CREDITS TO SLJ)Image Attribution: Polynesian navigation device showing directions of winds, waves and islands, S. Percy Smith, Public Domain

People from Pacific nations have always been expert explorers and navigators. In the past, they used the stars, sun and ocean swells to find their way (navigate) around the Pacific Ocean. Master navigator, Nainoa Thompson, has used the ancient Polynesian wayfinding skills to navigate around the world. In 2013, Nainoa led a crew across the Pacific Ocean on two large canoes (Hokule’a and Hikianalia). The crew stopped off in Aotearoa, New Zealand in 2015 on their journey and visited the Manaiakalani Schools in Auckland.
Here is a short video about Polynesian navigation. It describes the different ways ancient Polynesian navigators used the natural world to find their way around vast oceans. Incredible!

I think that it would be difficult to be ‘at sea’ for weeks at a time. I would miss my family but I would also enjoy the adventure. Let’s imagine that you were invited to join Nainoa for three weeks at sea. As part of the journey, you have to pack your own food.

BLOGGING TASK:

For this activity, make a list of ten food items that you could take with you. Please think carefully about what you will take as you won’t have access to a refrigerator or freezer while at sea. Please explain why you would select each item.

On your blog, post your list of 10 food items you would take on an ocean voyage and the reasons why you chose these items.

*Remember to attribute any images that you borrow from the internet or from other people.

*Please check out the Eye-Catching Blog Posts page for ideas!
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⛵ WHAT ARE 10 FOOD ITEMS THAT I WOULD TAKE WITH ME ? πŸŒŠ
*Note: I think if I were to actually participate in this journey, I would probably last for a few days without packing food. The reason for this, Is because during the voyage I could try and catch some good fish (snapper or pompano would sound nice!) I am full Tongan, and oh boy raw fish is a family favourite!*

1. Dried Fruit & Nuts - I would take this because its really delicious and also healthy. You wouldn't want to go out in the ocean and be eating the wrong foods, that will do you no good! Another benefit you would get from this is that there's not much things you have to do to sustain it. 

2. Chips - Oh yes! I would definitely bring some packets of chips during my voyage. Chips will be really easy to bring and are a great addition to snack time. I'm also in love with chips (which is a bad thing) so I will really enjoy this snack.

3. Fruit - Looking at healthy options again, fruits will be a compulsory food Item I would take with me. Fruits are packed with good nutrients which will have a positive effect on your body. You want to be able to be in good shape and have a clever brain as to what you are doing during your voyage.

4. Goodies! - You can never go wrong with goodies :) Lollies would be another food item added on my list. Though its not the best option, you do wanna have some tasty goods during your very long time out at sea! But, always remember not to consume too much as you wanna be able to complete tasks well during the voyage.

5. Bread - Bread is one of those foods that you can probably NEVER live without! This is why you would probably need bread to come along with you. It does contain fat and sugar, but its also Fibre, Protein, Iron, Vitamins and other minerals which could help you last. You could probably make sandwiches too!

6. Rice - Rice is a food item that would be a good idea to bring! Rice gives you a great source of energy, this will be needed since you'll be multitasking a lot. Its also dry and easy to transfer. Its up to you whether to have it pre-made or packed dry and fresh. What would you recommend ?

7. Muesli or Protein Bars - Muesli and Proteins bars would also be on my compulsory list of food items. Its another really easy to transport food item, as they just come in boxes and are sealed in tight packaging. Its also a scrumptious and healthy snack!

8. Corned Beef - Corned beef is known to all islanders as a desired food. I would definitely bring along corned beef with me. Of course this is another one of those not healthy options, but it's really tasty in my opinion and I would eat it a lot.

9. Cheese Crackers - To me plain crackers are like a substitute to bread, which is boring! That's why I would bring cheese crackers! Instead of bringing cheese and crackers separately, why not bring them with a whole new level of packed flavour!

10. Biscuits or Cookies - Since I can't pick between the two, why not let YOU (the reader) pick them for me :) Both are a very appetizing foods and are also added to the snacks list. You may think they are not healthy but actually you can bring healthy ones like paleo biscuits! I bet it's just as tasty and its also packed with carbs too!

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Task Description: Greetings fellow bloggers and viewers, and welcome to my first activity for this years blogging competition, The Summer Learning Journey. Everyday, I will try my best to blog an activity which I can earn points from! This is my first day and it's called EXPLORES. For this task I had to watch a video that explains Polynesian navigation and how they used signs from above to navigate there way around the world. My activity was to write 10 foods I would bring along on my journey. I had to keep in mind that I will have no access to a fridge or a freezer. I thought the task would be hard, but I ended up completing it! Please stay tuned for more blog-posts and also leave a positive comment below. Ka kite :)