Friday, July 7, 2017

Day 1: Bonus Activity - Winter Learning Journey (100% Pure New Zealand)

Bonus Activity: Now it’s time to start your tour! Curious Kiwi decides to start by taking you on a short tour through downtown Auckland. You stop at the Sky Tower, the tallest building in all of New Zealand. When you look up, you see a huge New Zealand flag on the top of the tower. This flag was created back in 1902. That makes the New Zealand flag 115 years old!
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Last year, the Prime Minister of New Zealand suggested that we should replace the flag with a new, updated design. He invited everyone in New Zealand to come up with their own flag design and submit it.
For this activity, it is your turn to design a new flag. Use any drawing programme that you wish.  Once you have finished, post a copy of your design on your blog. Describe the flag, in words, below the picture. Be sure to tell us what is on the flag and what inspired your design.
Bonus Activity = 8 points
My Flag:  

What each thing Represents:
  • The fern represents one of our favourite plant that the New Zealand culture treasures
  • The Southern Cross reminds us of the constellation of the crux in the sky. Also, the holy cross which brings us love & peace
  • The image below the fern represents the NZ Coat Of Arms and how Nz has came to be.
  • The background represent the colours we mostly associate with for example All Blacks, Silver Ferns and Clothing etc.  


  1. Hi Brooke,
    I like it how you used the fern that's in the all blacks emblem. so it might represent that.

    Great Work Have a Good Holiday

  2. Hi Brooke,
    I think this could be our flag cause it looks so good.

    Great Work
    Have a Good Holiday

  3. Talofa Brooke,

    Thank you for completing Day 1 bonus activity. As Jerome mentioned, you designed your flag so wisely using significant icons that represent New Zealand. Well done. I love the way you stated your description so clearly. This is so creative.

    I'm so proud of the good work you are sharing through the Winter Learning Journey programme.

    Keep it up!