Summer Learning Journey (SMJ) Super Seesaw

5 thoughts on “Summer Learning Journey (SMJ) Super Seesaw

  1. Malo e lelei and Tavlofa lava Jabal

    My name is Willy from room 6 at Pt England school. I just have one question? how long did it take to you to built the seesaw/catapult and how did you get that idea of using tape to hold your wooden spoon

    Keep up the great work!

  2. Way to go Jabal, first try too! Love how you improvised with using tape instead of string. Did you try any other trick shots with your see-saw (catapult)?

    Keep up the creative work Jabal. Malo!

  3. Kia ora Jabal,

    That’s great improvisational skills using tape instead of string! It looks so much more sturdier! And great job on getting it in your target on the first try! That was fun to watch.

    What was the most challenging part of this activity?

    Ngā mihi,
    Simon (SLJ)

    1. Malo E lei lei Simon,

      Thanks for the positive comment. the most challenging part of this activity was probably trying to get the ball of foil in the actual bowl as it took me 10 takes but I managed.

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