Monday, 10 July 2017

Winter learning journey / Day 1 Activity 1

New Zealand Facts!

We invented bungee jumping!
Kiwis we the ones who invented the most scariest, dangerous and terrifying activity called 'Bungee Jumping'. The person who invented bungee jumping is AJ Hackett who is a kiwi that lived in Queens town! We needed to learn how to be professionals and learn all the hazards before you LEAP!

Kiwis love meeting new Kiwis!
Kiwis love to meet new kiwis! It good to get along with others and become one of the locals! In New Zealand you see people plying along the beach side or kids running around. But once you get to know the locals you can make long life friends!

New Zealand
New Zealand is filled with loads of cultures. The most known culture in New Zealand is The Maori Culture! Maori's made a deal with the British people back in the 18th century. We celebrate that day and it's called Waitangi day! Now in New Zealand there are over 4 million kiwis living in New Zealand! 3/4 kiwis are living in the North island and the rest is living in Auckland.


  1. Kia Orana Charlie,

    Welcome to the Winter Learning Journey programme. My name is Jacinta and I am so excited to be blogging with you through the school holidays. How exciting!

    Thank you for sharing interesting facts about New Zealand people. I see you have learnt so much about Bungee Jumping and who created it. Do you think you would try bungee jumping one day? I'm scared of heights but this is definitely one activity I would love to experience in life.

    Charlie, it a was a pleasure reading your post. Please remember to introduce the 'Day and Activity' number you are going to write about.

    Keep up the good work!

    Kia Kaha,


  2. Hi Charlie,

    It is great to see that you have written all these ideas in your own words! Remember to introduce your blog post by explaining what you will be writing about like Jacinta said above.

  3. Hii Charlie,
    Its great your still blogging but maybe explain more about what you are gonna write about! Overall,Nice Job! Keep it up!