Monday, 17 December 2018

Making a road-by Aleenah

Making a road 
1.How many kilometers
of roads are in New
There are over 90 thousand kilometers of roads are in New Zealand.
2.Why do planners need to see if the road is needed?
Because if we build something cars can’t get to the building.
3.What does the planners need to use to plan the road?
They use newspapers and brochures.
4.Why can’t the roads be bumpy or steep?
Because the planners need to make sure that
5.Why can’t the road be put down if the route is not cleared?
Because if the route is not cleared the road might not stay at the route.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Aleenah,

    It’s Leslie here, writing to you from Canada where it’s very cold and snowy. Hard for you to imagine, I’m sure! I’m a member of the Summer Learning Journey team and I notice that you've created a really cool chart about making a road. Well done!

    I think you might really enjoy some of the activities in the Summer Learning Journey because they give you a chance to be creative in many ways - making a poster or picture, writing a poem or story, using your imagination.

    And you can write about your favourite foods, your favourite activities and why you like your home. There's also lots of information about the unusual animals and plants that live in your beautiful country and in other countries around the world. So cool!

    There are still 3 full weeks left to participate in the Summer Learning Journey program called “The World Around Us”. Here’s the website address: I hope you’ll take a look and try some of the activities. I’ll look for your postings and write back to you from Canada.

    Meanwhile, have a really happy summer holiday.