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  1. Go do something fun, make new friends, create new games, try new things, go to museums and parks, play with things and hang out with others.

  2. Trying new things i haven’t tried and my friends would encourage me.
    Emmanuel Christian School k6

  3. Trying new things i haven’t tried and my friends would encourage me even though Im feeling really down. Emmanuel Christian School k6

  4. Trying new things or going to new places. And i could ask for family and friends to encourage me.
    Emmanuel Christian School class 6

  5. Come up with a fun plan for the day and go out with friends like the movies,mini golf etc. Try something new and different. Try something you’ve always wanted to do.

    Rm 4 from Rai Valley Area School

  6. Kia ora! We are a Year 2&3 Māori immersion class at Ruakākā School in Whangārei, Northland and we have just discovered Kiwi Kids news and love it! Here are our answers to the secret pātai (question):
    What can you do when life feels repetitive and boring?
    You could watch ‘Info Jam’ – Lemay, age 8yrs
    Play with someone – Nikora, age 8yrs
    Drawing – Lucy, age 7yrs
    Do some slip and slides – Manaia-Rae, age 8yrs
    Talking with your buddy – Pataia, 8yrs
    Read a book – Tessa, 7 yrs
    Explore the forest – Alexis, 7yrs
    Sleep! – Kaeleb, 7yrs
    Go in the most quietest room ever and try to be loud and it won’t make a sound – Isabel, 7yrs
    Play sports – Te Marama, 8yrs
    Listening to the birds in the forest – Tylah, 7yrs
    Go on the īpapa (iPad) – Manaia-Rae, 8yrs
    Just eat food! – Lucy, 7yrs
    Drink water – Tessa, 7yrs
    Play soccer – Kaeleb, 7yrs
    Try something new – Lemay, 8yrs

  7. You can play with your Pets and pray to God and watch blello, find something to do and if that gets boring then you can maybe have FaceTime with your friends if your parents let you. You can pray again and say “please Lord let me find something to do, let it be good and help me with it”, Amen

    I’m at Te Akau Ki Papamoa School
    Room 8
    From Mayah

  8. Go do something fun, make new friends, create new games, try new things, go to museums and parks, play with things and hang out with others.

  9. You could watch ‘Info Jam’ – Lemay, age 8yrs
    Play with someone – Nikora, age 8yrs
    Drawing – Lucy, age 7yrs
    Do some slip and slides – Manaia-Rae, age 8yrs
    Talking with your buddy – Pataia, 8yrs
    Read a book – Tessa, 7 yrs
    Explore the forest – Alexis, 7yrs
    Sleep! – Kaeleb, 7yrs
    Go in the most quietest room ever and try to be loud and it won’t make a sound – Isabel, 7yrs
    Play sports – Te Marama, 8yrs
    Listening to the birds in the forest – Tylah, 7yrs
    Go on the īpapa (iPad) – Manaia-Rae, 8yrs
    Just eat food! – Lucy, 7yrs
    Drink water – Tessa, 7yrs
    Play soccer – Kaeleb, 7yrs
    Try something new – Lemay, 8yrs
    You can play with your Pets and pray to God and watch blello, find something to do and if that gets boring then you can maybe have FaceTime with your friends if your parents let you. You can pray again and say “please Lord let me find something to do, let it be good and help me with it”, Amen
    Try something new or get a job. Or do something that makes you happy.
    Come up with a fun plan for the day and go out with friends like the movies,mini golf etc. Try something new and different. Try something you’ve always wanted to do.
    Go do something fun, make new friends, create new games, try new things, go to museums and parks, play with things and hang out with others.

  10. Kia ora! We are a Year 2&3 Māori immersion class at Ruakākā School in Whangārei, Northland and we have just discovered Kiwi Kids news and love it! Here are our answers to the secret pātai (question):
    What can you do when life feels repetitive and boring?
    You could watch ‘Info Jam’ – Lemay, age 8yrs
    Play with someone – Nikora, age 8yrs
    Drawing – Lucy, age 7yrs
    Do some slip and slides – Manaia-Rae, age 8yrs
    Talking with your buddy – Pataia, 8yrs
    Read a book – Tessa, 7 yrs
    Explore the forest – Alexis, 7yrs
    Sleep! – Kaeleb, 7yrs
    Go in the most quietest room ever and try to be loud and it won’t make a sound – Isabel, 7yrs
    Play sports – Te Marama, 8yrs
    Listening to the birds in the forest – Tylah, 7yrs
    Go on the īpapa (iPad) – Manaia-Rae, 8yrs
    Just eat food! – Lucy, 7yrs
    Drink water – Tessa, 7yrs
    Play soccer – Kaeleb, 7yrs
    Try something new – Lemay, 8yrs

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