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Friday, 19 August 2016

Ki te paepiro rā anō!.

Ki te paepiro rā anō!: To the try line!

Friday, 1 July 2016

ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS A BOY HE WANTED TO GO TO SPACE AND HE LIKED ALWAYS HAD LOVED SPACE HE WANTED TO MEET ALIENS
AND HIS NAME WAS JACK AND HE LOVES ROCKETS AND HE WISHED HE HAD ONE FOR HIMSELF AND HE WOULD
Goal:
How to make a purerehua

You will need:
Cardboard
A pencil
A cup to draw around
Scissors
Felt pens
Glue
GlittWool or stringer
A nail
Ki a Māmā, me te arohanui, nāEmākoau.
To Mum, with love, from
lesane


māmā: mum, mother

Friday, 17 June 2016

noho: stay, sit, live

Kia tika te noho, e te tau.
Sit properly, my darling.
Kei te tēpu ngā tamariki e noho ana.


The children are sitting at the table.


- this is an example of an active sentence
Kei te Whanganui-ā-Tara au e noho ana.
I am living in Wellington.
- this is an example of an active sentence
E noho rā.


Stay well (Goodbye).
Use this farewell when you are the person leaving.

(Compare ‘haere rā’)

Noho ora mai.

Stay/keep well.

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

1. A square or a rectangular metal cake tin.


2.5 rubber bands that will stretch lengthwise around the cake tin.

3.a piece of thick cardboard big enough to overlap one end of the cake tin.

4.5 soft drink caps or small pebbles.