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Where Are The Gluesticks?
Oh no! Where are they?
We are still waiting for the glue sticks to arrive. In Room 3 we want to finish making our junk-obots. But we can’t stick the parts together because we have run out of glue.
Miss Jones rang the glue stick company and they said they had sent us a box of glue sticks on March 5th. But they never arrived. So on Friday Miss Jones phoned them again and they said they would send us another box of glue sticks. They sent them by Courier on Friday but now it’s Tuesday and they still haven’t arrived. We are feeling angry and annoyed because we can’t finish our junk-obots.
Miss Jones phoned them again today. They are going to send another box but it won’t arrive in time for us to make our junk-obots to show at assembly. So Miss Jones is going to Mitre 10 after school to try and get some gluesticks for us so we can make our junk-obots tomorrow.
We are sick of waiting so we really hope we can finish our awesome junk-obots tomorrow.
Miss Jones bought some gluesticks from Mitre 10 and we finished our junk-obots just in time to show them at assembly today. They were made of junk such as cat food tins, milk bottle tops, ice block sticks, cardboard boxes and straws. We felt happy but nervous when we showed the rest of the school our junk-obots. Finally today Miss Jones found out that the two boxes of gluesticks from the gluestick company were delivered to a school in Tauranga. We don't know how they got Te Awamutu mixed up with Tauranga. It's miles away! The school they were delivered to is called Te Puna , it doesn't even sound like our school name. The company is sending us another box of gluesticks today. Hopefully they get the right address this time.
Article posted March 17, 2008 at 08:05 PM •
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