Thursday, 11 January 2018

Week Two: A Period of Change (1870-1950)

In the mid-1930s, things began to change for the better in New Zealand. More people were able to find work and receive a steady paycheck. They were still careful, however, with their money and rarely, if ever, bought treats or gifts for one another.

Imagine that you were able to travel back in time to visit a family in the 1930s. What special gifts or treats would you like to bring with you? I would likely bring blocks of Whittaker’s chocolate, bags of Jet Planes and Pineapple Lumps, healthy food snacks, clothing, and games for the children. What about you?

There's others Clothing,And Ukulele.then the other stuff I love.But the most  books about the "Tasman".

1 comment:

  1. Kia ora Hazel,

    My name is Emiely and I am part of the Summer Learning Journey team! :)

    You have created an awesome Google Slide! I really like what you have done with your slide about the market and how you have added lots of treats like sundaes, M&M's and donuts. You're making me hungry!

    Would you take the entire market and the entire music shop back with you or would you just take some things that you can buy from the market and music shop?

    Keep up the great blogging!

    Noho ora mai,

    Emiely :)