Monday, October 10, 2016

Spark Foundation

Ngā mihi nui ki a Spark Foundation. A huge thank you to Spark Foundation for our caps, water bottles and swimming bags.

The tamariki in Ruma 3 helped out with videoing the  Spark Jump Product Video which is now on the Spark Foundation webpage.
Spark Jump


14 comments:

  1. Thank you so much Ruma 3 for starring in our video!

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  2. kia Ora Te Puna O Te reo
    It's Richard from Mamaku hub, I really like your video it was Miharo (Amazing). Are any of you connected to spark? What other things do they have on their web page?
    From Richard

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  3. Hello Room 3, welcome to Term 4. Great work for getting behind Spark in your community. Keep up the good work.
    From Will.

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  5. Kia Ora Te Puna O Te reo. Its Oliver I am a student at Grey Main School Mamaku hub. I really really like your work that you have been doing for this week it is really really cool. The thing that I like the most is how you added a pitcher in. But maybe next time you should add some more information about what you are doing next time.
    Why did you add pitcher in?
    Why did you not add that much information in?

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  6. Kia Ora Te Puna O Te Reo 3,
    Welcome back to term 4 as we start back and learn again. I really think it was nice of Spark to give you all those goodies. I also like the video it was great. When did this all happen?
    Bye from Corianna.

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  7. Kia Ora, my name is Alex Co in mamaku 2 in the South Island. Welcome back to term 4 2016. It's very cool that you got a Spark donation with all the drink bottles, caps and swimming bags. I like how you have told us what you got from Spark. Do you know anything more on there website? Heoi ano taku mo naianei (That's all for now).

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  8. Kia ora Tepunaotereo3 it's James from Mamaku and welcome back to Term 4 you have also started your term off very well with hats water bottles and swimming bags. you guys a really lucky to get that. god work Tepunaotereo3 and welcome back to the new term

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  9. Ki Ora Te Puna o Te Reo 3.
    THat was so nice of spark to give free stuff. I really like the look of the drink bottles. Those bottles remind me of some that I got at a rugby game.

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  10. Kia ora Te Puna o te reo 3. It is Jessica from Mamaku hub at Grey Main School. It's very cool that you guys got a spark donation With all the drink bottles caps and swimming bags. I like how you told us what you got from spark. Heoi ano taku mo naianei (That's all for now).

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  11. Kia ora Te Puna o te reo 3. It is Jessica from Mamaku hub at Grey Main School. It's very cool that you guys got a spark donation With all the drink bottles caps and swimming bags. I like how you told us what you got from spark. Heoi ano taku mo naianei (That's all for now).

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  12. Kia Ora Te Puna O Te Reo 3! My name is Reagan and I am from Mamaku 2. Miharo! (Amazing in Te Reo Maori)! That is very nice of Spark to do that! What was your favourite, the caps, the water bottles or the swimming bags? From Reagan

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  13. Hi class
    I like that you`s good stuff from spark it all looks like it was good and the photo looks like you had a lot of fun.

    From Felix

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  14. Hi class
    I like that you`s good stuff from spark it all looks like it was good and the photo looks like you had a lot of fun.

    From Felix

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