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Hi SelaWhat a cool little video you have done to tell people about the things you know about an earthquake. I am really impressed. My favourite part is when you say 'an earthquake make big cracks on the footpath'. Keep up the good work. I am going to be checking out your posts later on this year.P.S I thought you might want to check out my blog. Here is a link pesmubasshiram.blogspot.com or just click on my name above.Yours SincerelyMubasshira
hi sela my name is hannah I come from glenbrae school what a nice voice you have
Hi Sela,I'm so impressed with your writing! Well done. You spoke so clearly and your information was very factual.I am a teacher from Feilding and we have just started our blog so we are trying to get some ideas for our blog. I have heard Point England have great blogs, and now I can see why!Our blog address is room7nss.blogspot.comMaybe you could give us some cool ideas.I hope you have a great day at school.Shannon Skelton
Sela,You did a great job. I really like the example that you gave about a jigsaw puzzle. Your example makes it so much easier to imagine the tectonic plates.
Hi Sela,I am so glad that you replied to my comment. I did know that earthquakes could cause a tsunami but I did not know that a volcano could. That is very interesting. I will have to study more about volcanoes and tsunamis. I do not know which school I will teach at right now but I am hoping to teach at the school where my son attends. Your school is doing such a wonderful job using technology. Keep up the good work.
I like your waka and your people. But I mostly like your background.I hope you do well in your work. From Alex
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