Tuesday, September 13, 2016

New World Little Gardens

This week we have started our class challenge to grow the New World Little Garden. WE started by planting the seeds in their individual pots and then we were given the responsibility of looking after one plant each. We then discussed what the requirements are for a plant to grow and also remembered what we had learnt about photosynthesis last term. WE have started our individual slide inquiries and we will be adding photos to record the progress. Here are a few photos of our first week.

18 comments:

  1. Kia Orana Te Puna o te Reo 3. I collect the Little Garden and I got 7 in one shop. I can't belive you have the WHOLE set! Great work with your gardening!
    Will - Student at Grey Main School

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  2. Tena Koe, Te Puna o te Reo 3.
    I think that this is a great idea to teach others responsibility and patience. This reminds me when I was growing plants at my own house. Why do you want to do this?
    Ka Pai (good work)
    From Jessie!

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  3. Kia Ora,
    You are doing an amazing job of looking after your Little Gardens. Me and my little brother are trying to get some and grown them. Kai Pai! I can't wait to see how they look at the end of the holidays.
    Has anyone spilt their's yet? This reminds of planting plants when I was little.
    From Rikki-Lee

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  4. Kia Ora, my name is Alex Co from Grey Mouth . The little gardens look cool I have some at home. Tino pai tau mahi (Good work) Do you have a full set of little gardens? I have egg plant, basil, and carrot. I remember this from when I do work in the garden at home. Heoi ano taku mo naianei (That's all for now)

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  5. Kia Ora Te Puna O Te reo, It's Richard from Mamaku I like how you have started to collect the New World Garden Seeds. I have started as well. Do you have all the seeds that you can get? Because it looks miharo (amazing)!
    From Richard

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  6. Kia Ora, my name is Alex Co from Grey Mouth . The little gardens look cool I have some at home. Tino pai tau mahi (Good work) Do you have a full set of little gardens? I have egg plant, basil, and carrot. I remember this from when I do work in the garden at home. Heoi ano taku mo naianei (That's all for now)

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  7. Kia ora Te Puna o te Reo 3. My name is Bodie and I am from Grey Main School. You did a good job on collecting your New World Little Gardens. Next time you could maybe frame your photos. How long did it take you to collect all those little gardens. Noho ake rā.

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  8. Kia ora Te Puna o te Reo 3 it is Kaine here from Grey Main school. I really like how you are doing things that you need to care for so they grow. What is the most common plant that you have? Maybe next time you could get a tray and plant them in it so you can make lots of food with them. Roho iho rā.

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  9. Kia Ora Te Puna O Te Reo, My name is Corianna and I am in Mamaku 2. I really like your New World mini gardens they look great and fabulous. How long till you think you will see some results? Did you learn anything hou (new) that you did't know before about plants and about taking care of things? Well done
    poroporoaki(bye) from Corianna.

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  10. kia ora Te puna o te reo 3 I am Leah from the south island of New Zealend I am also from Mamaku 2.
    I really like how you are collecting them I think they are such a good idea. I have a thew of them but they haven't sprouted yet. I was wondering how you got so many of them? that is all for today thank you for reading my comment from Leah.

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  11. Kia Ora Te Puna o te Reo 3 I'm Ayesha from Grey Main School. I think that it's awesome that you have collected little gardens. I have three little garden sets. This reminds me of growing plants. Why did you start collecting little gardens?
    Tino pai tau mahi (good work).

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  12. Kia ora Te Puna o te Reo 3 I really like your New World Little Gardens post. This reminds me of when I started my New World Little Garden. I wish I could do this at my school this looks fun. Miharo!. From Kaleb

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  13. tēnā koe i tēnei ata
    You guys have a great skill at gardening
    and last week i got a herb and chille
    i want be that good at gardening them

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  14. Ki Ora Te Puna o te Reo 3 I am a student from grey Main school. That little garden looks great. At my house we have 15 different ones. How many do you have?

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  15. Kia Ora Te Puna o te Reo 3: Welcome to to Term 4. It's Caitlyn K here from Grey Main School in Mamaku. I think your Little Gardens are great. We have grown our Little Gardens as well. They are growing great. It sounds like you guys have done your personal best. Well done you guys! Please feel free to visit my blog anytime.
    From Caitlyn K

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  16. Kia ora my name is Kash from Grey Main School I like your blog. Your little garden is so cool. We did our own little garden as well.
    How long have you been growing your garden for? Next time you should show a picture of them growing. Tino pai tau mahi.

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  17. Hi my name is Tharindu and I am from May road school. How many plants sprouted from your little gardens. This made me think of my capsicum plant which I got from new world. Great work.

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  18. Kia ora my name is Kash from Grey Main School I like your blog we grew our on little garden as well. Next time you shod pot a picker of them growing as well Tino pai tau mahi. Na kash

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