Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Daffodil Day

Friday 26th August 2011
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Daffodil Day

Daffodil Day is the Cancer Society's annual spring fundraising and awareness campaigns in the country. The daffodil is one of the first flowers of spring, even now they are popping out in my lawn! Their blazing yellow flowers remind me of warmth and sunshine, light and hope. Hope, care, and help for the 1 in 3 New Zealanders affected by cancer and their families; this is what you help to deliver with each donation, buying a flow on Friday 26th August, or education. Teaching and educating about other about Daffoldil Day is a way you can help. The Cancer Society provide a range of school activities for low to mid primary students from colouring-in pages to maths problems on their web page.

New Zealand School Journals for guided reading (web site):
The Flower The daffodil JJ No. 22 2000 Pg 19 - <8 Article
Cancer - adultsAunty's raw fish - Pt 04 No. 1 2010 - Story - 9.5-10.5 years
Change of Life - YP No. 1 2003 - Story
Jack's auntie and her long brown hair  - Poem Pt 04 No. 1 2006 - 12-14 years 
Remembering Taua - YP No. 1 2004 - Story

Cancer - child
Spaceships and aliens Pt 03 No. 1 2011 - Story - 9-10 years

How could you give some hope?