Tuesday, 13 February 2018

1.He has a jawbone hook that his ancestor Murirangawhenua gave him.

2. Maui has a karakia to get more fish.

3.Maui big fish that he caught represents the north Island and Maui canoe represents hte south island.

Thursday, 31 August 2017

Check out our Maori leaders,Rangitiara,2017 !!!!

Whainga ako:To understand the article and correct your spelling.

WHAT I FOUND CHANGELING:To copy and paste everything in the right places and organising my mahi. To find information about my whanau leader.It was hard to understand the article.The graffiti wall getting the words straight.

WHAT I LIKED ABOUT MAORI LEADERS:I liked the graffiti wall drawing because it was fun to draw the words.To find information about my whanau leader because i didn't need to do that much work.

HOW I DID MY GRAFFITI WALL: With GRAFFITER MOBILE try it out it is a amazing site for drawing and backrounds.You can pick multiple colours.

Friday, 28 July 2017

A simple act of kindness

Whainga Ako:Use kind-words to promote positive ahua in our kura.

What is the learning?.To help us to be expressive in our kura by using the kind-words we have used in our presentation these kind-words make others feel welcome,save and happy we want everyone to feel happy.

All my matariki work


Whainga ako:We are supposed to make a walt and whainaga ako.

WALT:We are learning to write the eyes of the ariki.

We have been learning about matariki/the six stars.

We love this mahi because it represents the maori culture,and we worked very hard doing this,and we put a lot of efort in this mahi.

We enjoyed all  of this but the most challenging part was putting them all in order

Thursday, 22 June 2017