Tuesday, 2 January 2018

Summer Learning Journey, Week One, Day Five, Task Two

1. Go Kayaking
2. Go to a spa
3. Go mountain biking

I would most like to go kayaking

Summer Learning Journey, Week One, Day 5, Task One

1. Welcome to NewZeland
2. ____ ko toku ingoa.
3. He aha to ingoa?
4. I like to play rugby.
5. No hea koe?

Summer Learning Journey, Week One, Day Four, Bonus Activity

I rank Tamatea Arikinui first because they did more of a variety of things.
I rank Te Iti Kahurangi second because they had amazing singing voices.
I rank Te Puku O Te Ika third because although they were great they didn't show as much variety as the others.

Summer Learning Journey, Week One, Day Four, Task Two

Poi Rakau
To throw the rakau without dropping it or hitting other players
If the person in the middle passes with their right hand the other must catch with their left.
If the person in the middle passes with their left hand the other must catch with their right.

Summer Learning Journey, Week One, Day Four, Task One

The waiata I like the most is Hareruia.
I like Hareruia the most because it is a song I know in another language (Hallelujah).

Summer Learning Journey, Week One, Day Three, Bonus Activity

My Sister: Relax and sleep

My Dog: Go for long walks and go swimming

My Dad: Go for a surf.

Summer Learning Journey, Week One, Day Three, Task Two



Poetic Mihi

Ko wai e tū ake nei?
Who is it who stands before you?

Ka rere taku Kotoku ki te maunga tapu o Aoraki  
My bird flies to the sacred mountain of Mount Cook

Haere whakaroro taku Kotoku ki te awa o Mawhera Nui
My Kotoku then continues down to the river of Greymouth

Ki runga it tērā awa e rewa ana te waka o Endeavor
On that river is floating the waka of Endeavor

Ka waiata atu taku Kotoku ki te ingoa whanau o Harris
My Kotoku sings to the family of Harris

Ko Aleece e  tū ake nei

Ko Ngati Pakeha toku iwi

Ko Lexine toku whaea

Ko Phil toku matua

Ko Caitlin toku tuakana

Tena koutou tena koutou tena tatou katoa


Instead of using the template provided I decided to include my poetic mihi that I learnt at school.