Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Summer learning Journey:Day 3 activity 1

Being In a big family will not be good because there might be a baby and cry a lot and I might no have nought sleep and they might be annoying to me and we might fight over stuff like watching TV and they might embarrass me and that's why I don't want to be in a big family.

Today for day 3 activity 1 we had to write, do you want to be in a big family why? or why not? and I chose why not because it's my decision if I want a big family.   



  1. Kia Ora Aung Naing!

    That's totally fair enough! Some people love having a big family, but it can be really tough with so many people to care for, chores to do and having to share things. I only have one big brother and we used to fight a lot when we were kids but we get along really well now. Do you get along with all your brothers?

    Nicky :)

  2. Hi Aung Naing,

    I like how you were being honest about what you think. I also agree you! When we have to much brothers and sisters, it's like you are to squished and Mum and dad won't be able t look after all of us. I have did this activity too. How many people are in your family?

    Tirohia koe i muri mai! (See you later)

  3. Hey Aung Naing!

    I hope you had a great Christmas and New Year break and have been enjoying time with your family and friends! Don't forget you still have lots of time to complete the Summer Learning Journey activities. We'd love to have you come back and blog with us when you get a chance!

    Enjoy the rest of your holidays!

    Nicky :)

  4. Hello Aung Naing
    Well done on completing this summer learning journey activity. I would also not want to have to be in such a large family because I reckon my siblings would be very loud and annoying. Keep up the excellent work Aung Naing.