Sunday, January 3, 2021

Build a Sundial with Nanogirl


 

8 comments:

  1. Hi
    My name is Bahja from haypark school. Great job on your clock.

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  2. Tēnā koe Joanna, this is Elle from the Summer Learning Journey.

    Wow - well done! You have done an awesome job with your nanogirl sundial! I think it is so awesome that you have taken photos of your process to teach other people how to make their own! Did you enjoy this activity, and have you tested out your sundial in the sunshine? The finished product looks awesome!

    What kind of activities did you put on your sundial? It made me laugh when nanogirl put eating cookies for both of her time-slots - this is definitely something I would do!

    Keep up the great work Joanna, it is awesome to see you so involved with the activities!

    Ngā mihi nui and happy new year!
    Elle (SLJ)

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  3. Hi Elle,

    Thank you for taking the time to check my blog and for the nice comment. I used bottle cap in the sundial.

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  4. Great Job Joanna!

    The way you took a photo for every part of making a Sundial is really helpful and handy. Your instructions were on point and clear which makes it easier for people to understand what you are supposed to do. Thank you Joanna for sharing this lovely blog post.

    Ngā mihi nui :)
    FROM: DEBORAH!!

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  5. Thank you so much Deborah for your kind words :) You've been doing amazing job as well.

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  6. Hi Joanna
    I was super impressed with the way you created a flow chart with photos to show us the steps you took to create your sundial.
    Well done
    Mrs Burt
    Manaiakalani

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  7. Thank you Mrs Burt for taking the time to check my blog and leaving me a kind comment.

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