Friday, 28 July 2017

poster 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, safe and happy. We want everyone to feel happy.

Thursday, 22 June 2017

A Warrior by Dots

Whainga ako:  join dots by numbers to make a picture.

We learn to make a picture by joining dots by numbers on a piece of paper.  The dots have to be in number order to make the picture correct.  This picture was made up form over 300 dots.

My mindful coloring

the bow man

Thursday, 15 June 2017

javarn's speech 2017

Kia ora my name is Javarn and I am 9 years old and my speech is about “Why we should have excellent cars.”

Firstly: I like excellent cars because we can drive in style and  awesome cars have flash sound systems.

Secondly: excellent cars are fast and the motor sounds mean. They have flash chrome and mags that make them look expensive and deadly.
cool cars are low to the ground, they can do drifts and people like to look at them. Thirdly: skylines a the best cars to do drifts around the Race track my dad’s skyline is a R34 and my dad’s skyline is black and yellow.                     
Finally: people like to show there mean cars in style
And cool cars a fun to drive in style.


   thank you for listening to me Speech ka kite ano tamariki and the whanau.

Tuesday, 6 June 2017

ko tahi ta moko.

  • Ta Moko’s are for on your face and they are for men.
  • Ta moko is the permanent body and face marking by Maori.
  • Ta moko’s are for men they have to earn it.
  • Ta moko’s are for men and moko kauae are for women.
  • Ta moko’s are for important thing’s for maori men.
  • Ta moko’s got earn from the maori’s.

Friday, 19 May 2017

Ko Rāhiri Te Tūpuna - SYNONYM MATCH
Match the words from the article on the left with their synonyms on the right.

First Page
  1. Formidable Fierce
  2. Ignored spell
  3. Rituals mysterious
  4. Tensions traditions
  5. Esoteric disregard
  6. Incantations pressure
Second Page
  1. Paramount fate
  2. Tranquil coallition
  3. Intertwined influenced
  4. Affected      peaceful
  5. Alliance superior
  6. Destinies twist around

PHRASE MATCH: Match the following phrases from the article
the whakatauki represents
or to lack understanding
Ka mimiti te puna i Taumārere,
a formidable Rangatira and warrior.
The eastern coast was called
an alliance of destinies of Ngāpuhi
We trace our ancestry back to Rāhiri,
and fed them the good fernroot.
Ahuaiti had ignored his wishes
ka toto te puna i Hokianga.
Tai Tama Tāne was less
and Taumārere in the east
Rāhiri knew that he would not be home
when her brothers arrived
Kuaare means to be ignorant
so he gathered his two sons
Rāhiri wanted to settle the matter
Tai Tama Wahine
Hokianga in the west
forgiving than the east coast