Saturday, 16 September 2017

Little Gardens

In Ruma Rima we are a competitive bunch, who love to challenge each other. We are stoked to have New World Little Gardens back and the challenge is on to see who can make theirs grow the best. I am no exception to this and thought I should show how well mine have started!
Check out the link for my vege growing magic.

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  2. Hi Ruma Rima,
    It's Great to know that you guys love Challenges. I Love how you guys are challenging yourself to see who can grow the best. I also Love how you guys are growing Gardens at home. Wow I cant wait to see more of your Gardens. Keep up the great work. Look Forward to your next Post.
    From Sulieti, Pt England School.

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  3. Hello Room 5:

    I hope your plants grow strong and healthy.
    In the near future I have it succeed click to my Blog http://pesngarima.blogspot.co.nz/

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  4. Miss D I think you are going to win the little garden competition! You are amazing!

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  5. My goodness you have such a talent for gardening

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  6. I like how your little gardens are going but I will still beet you.

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  7. Hello Room 5,
    Nice to see u's are growing new gardens, it looks good already.
    Good job.

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  8. Hey there Ruma Rima

    I am Lau, I go to Saint Pius X Catholic School. Wow amazing how do you get the at New Market but I love the way they are growing unique plants.Maybe you should try and see what it would be like outside. Is it hard looking after the plants inside the house.

    Regards,
    Lau

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  9. Greetings Ruma Rima, My name is Fonuamotu
    I am a year 8 and I attend to St Pius X Catholic School. I really love how competitive you all are. I enjoy reading your post because here in St Pius SPX Nu'u (Room 7) we are also gardening plants. From my perspective I found out the beans grow faster than the Sunflower seeds,Lettuce and the Cherry Tomatoes seeds. What about your plants? Which grew faster?.

    Regards
    Fonuamotu

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    1. We are not to sure, thanks for commenting

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  10. Malo lelei Ruma Rima,
    My name is Henrietta and I am a year 8 student that goes to Saint Pius X Catholic School. Your guys plants are looking Awesome and great and I like the way how you explained what you guys have been doing but either than that great Job Ruma Rima keep up the great work!!

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  11. Kia Ora Ruma Rima, Im Joseph and I go to St Pius X!!!
    I really like how you are on Garden Project Too!! We are also working on PLANTS Too !! Next time try to add more detail - Bye xx

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  12. hi Miss d i like your video

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  13. Kia Ora Ruma Rima,
    I like how your class is doing a garden project as it is a good learning experience. Maybe next time you could include the different types of plants that you are growing or add some more photos/colour. Our class block is also growing plants that each class take turns watering.

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  14. Hi room 5, I really like the photo that you took. The plants looks like there turning out great. What sort of plants? Because it looking really good and i feel like i could have some in my garden.

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  15. Hi Ruma Rima,
    I really like how your class is doing a Garden challenge for your whole class. It's a coincidence that you are doing a plant challenge as we are taking turns to water a plant as a class challenge too. Maybe next time you could add more information on what your are planting. You could also add the before and after's. Other than that have a great time doing that challenge and I hope they don't die.

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  16. Hey I am Andre from Hornby High School. This video is awesome, I really like how you showed the way your growing the plants. I have 3 at home they were growing but they died and they're growing again. Maybe next tim you could put a video of them almost fully grown. Bye.

    Andre

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  17. Hi Ruma Rima, I like your post about the little gardens. I like how you guys are challenging yourself to see who is the best. Maybe in the future you could add a bit detail. Overall you guys did and great job.

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  18. I like how your class is doing a garden project as it is a good learning experience. Maybe next time you could include the different types of plants that you are growing or add some more photos/colour. Our class block is also growing plants that each class take turns watering.

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  19. Hello Ruma Rima, I am Natalia and I go to Hornby High School. I really like this blog post that you have done about the little gardens. But I think that you could have said a bit more about the little garden how they work and what vegetable they were maybe. But I liked how you had added a video in there about the little gardens. But overall great job.

    By Natalia

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  20. Kia Ora Room 5, Im Robbie from Hornby High School.
    I like how you decided you should have a little garden competition. In my class we have been learning about sustainability. Maybe next time you could add photos of every type of plant and write something under it.
    Great Job!

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  21. Hi Ruma Rima
    I like how you put on challenges and everyone is ready to accept the challenge.That is really great to have challenges. I hope you do more challenge and blog about them.

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  22. Hi Ruma Rima,
    It's Great to know that you guys love Challenges. I Love how you guys are challenging yourself to see who can grow the best. I also Love how you guys are growing Gardens at home. Wow I cant wait to see more of your Gardens. Keep up the great work. Look Forward to your next Post.

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  24. Hi Ruma Rima,
    I'm Viane from St Pius X Catholic School.I love how yous are growing gardens.I can't wait until it gets bigger.Keep up the work.

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  25. Hi Ruma Rima,

    I'm Maris Stella and I go to St Pius X. I like how you are all working on making little gardens. We are working on making our garden too. I hope you all get great results on your gardens.

    Great Job

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  26. Hi Ruma Rima,
    My name is George from St Pius X Catholic School and I am a year 6 student.
    Those Vegetables look awesome and great to be honest.Keep up the good work. :)

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  27. Hi Ruma Rima,
    My name is Lusia and i’m a year 8 student from St Pius Catholic School,
    I have those at home, I got 15 of them. My class has been working on our Garden project, and have been gardening some nice veges and fruits. I think new world is creative and very unique! Keep up the amazing work, I will totally comment on your latest posts as soon as I can!

    Regards,
    Lusia Katavake

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  28. Thanks for commenting on our class blog

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  29. Hey there guys my name is Malachi and i come from Saint Piusx Catholic School i like you guys plants i hope it gets bigger!

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  30. Hi there Ruma Rima,
    I am a year 8 student from St Pius X school. I absolutely enjoyed reading your post and also seeing your wonderful picture of your vegetable plant. Very well done for how you described your classroom & how you guys like to challenge each other.

    Keep up the outstanding work!

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  31. Hello Ruma Rima,

    My name is Katelyn and I am a year 7 student from st pius x school. I loved the picture of your plant and liked watching the video. Maybe when the plants get bigger you could do another post so everyone can see the progress of them.

    Keep up the good work!

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  32. Hello Ruma Rima,
    My name is Samuel and I am a year 7 student from st pius x school. I loved the picture of your plant and liked watching the video. Maybe when the plants get bigger you could do another post so everyone can see the progress of them.

    Keep up the good work!

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  33. Hello Ruma Rima,
    My name is Falakiko and I am a year 7 student from st pius x school.I love those plants.I can see you have been working hard on it and have put your effort into it.Keep up the good work. :)

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  34. Hi Ruma Rima,

    I'm Ewan and I am a year 7 student at St pius x catholic school. I like how you are all working on making little gardens. We are working on making our garden too. I hope you all get great results on your gardens.

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  35. Hi Ruma Rima,
    It's great to know that you guys love to do challenges. I really like the post about your little Gardens. Maybe you could add more pictures so we can see more and explain how they work. Overall you did a great job!

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  36. Hi Ruma Rima,
    My name is George and I am a year 6 student from St Pius X Catholic School.Those plants look awesome.I can see you have been working hard on it and have put your effort into it.Keep up the good work.😄

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  37. Talofa Ruma Rima
    My name is Lini and I am a year 7 from St Pius X Catholic School it is great to see your beautiful plant, I can see that you have put in a lot of effort but maybe you could put in some more pictures and information to get people's attention but by the way keep up the good work.

    Regards Lini

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  38. Talofalava Ruma Rima,
    My name is Claudia From St Pius X Catholic School. I just want to say these plants look very interesting because I have some growing out side my school and and I have learnt something new from her. My feed back to you is keep on growing those plants and keep up the hard work that use are doing to those plant. God Bless those plants and God Bless to you to Ruma Rima. If you want to cheek more about my class here is a link to my class blog. http://spxroom7.blogspot.co.nz/

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  39. Kia Ora Ruma Rima. My name is Annalisa and I am from St.Pius X school. These plants looks like you are taking very good care of them. We are doing something similar to this in our class. Keep up the really good work and blogging thats going on in your class.

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  40. Hi Ruma Rima,
    It's Great to know that you guys love Challenges. I Love how you guys are challenging yourself to see who can grow the best. I also Love how you guys are growing Gardens at home. Wow I cant wait to see more of your Gardens. Keep up the great work. Look Forward to your next Post.
    From Falakiko, Saint Pius x Catholic School.

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  41. Hi Ruma Rima,
    I am really impressed that you all love challenges. I love how you are all great at challenging yourselves to see who's plant can grow the best. I hope you all carry on to challenge yourselves to keep the work up.

    Great Job

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  43. Hi Ruma Rima,
    Thank you for being part of Tuhi Mai Tuhi Atu with us. Have a safe and happy Kirihimete!

    From Sharlisa.

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  44. Hi ruma rima,
    Thanks for being in the tuhi mai tuhi atu program. have a safe and merry christmas!

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  47. Sup Ruma Rima I'm Caleb from Hornby high and I just want to say thanks for participating in our Tuhi mai Tuhi Atu programme hope you have a good Christmas

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