Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Whanau day

We had a bit of a change to our original whanau day because of the horrendous rain but that was fine with us because we still had fun. We manage to enjoy ourselves back at school with the rotations organised. In our class we had waka carving. Most carved out their own waka ama and others had shaved out waka taua.

What did you do for your whanau day?





26 comments:

  1. I made a Waka with matua pou

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    1. churrr mean boyzz

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  2. I made flower out of flax and learned how to cut them and when to.

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  3. Cool Waka's :D

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  4. yesterday we made different types of waka out of korari wood

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  5. I made a waka ama boat

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    1. wow that is cool!

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  6. Yesterday we played traditional maori games

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    1. It was really fun.

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  7. Yesterday I did weaving with Whaea Aroha. She had taught us how to weave a flower out of harakeke.

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  8. I was in music and I learnt a few chords to the school waiata it was fun

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  9. Yesterday in whanau day me khole and tearynce were designing moari patterns for our art project that we had to do and we started our good copy. KIA ORA

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  10. Shotties boys mean boats in our rotation we done korari and making a beat to a few songs and near the end we had to create a group of 4 and make our own beat to a song...

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  12. Yesterday we did heaps of different Maori designs and we had to put it on a huia bird

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  13. We were weaving flax to make a flower but my one didn't work and it was fun

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  14. Yesterday I played traditional maori Games

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  15. i was in music learning how to play our school waiata with guitars

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  16. yesterday we learned how to play the school waiata on guitar ukulele and piano i chose piano cause i learned a whole new world and the nut cracker

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  17. My group did weaving, it was real fun and confusing at times, we weaved a flower some people started their second.

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  18. Yesterday for Whanau and I was with Mr. Powlee and I learnt a few chords on the ukulele and it was really fun.

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  19. yesterday we learned how to play the school waiata on guitar ukulele and piano i chose piano cause i learned a whole new world and the nut cracker

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  20. that was mean as i didn't know that you could make so much cool stuff with korari

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  21. I really enjoyed watching you carving your waka. What a terrific whanau we are to have two great days at school and not being flustered by not being able to go to the marae. Great stuff Nga Tama Toa

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  22. I enjoyed helping Te Whetu with his waka because it was really fun and creative

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