Thursday, June 14, 2018

Haerenga ki Kaiapoi Pā - Nā Yazmin

At Kaiapoi Pā we learned so much from Matua Corban. 
Here are some things I learned about the Pā. 
I hope you like it and please leave me some feedback. 
Ka kite!


Haerenga ki Pā - Nā Nevaeh

I went to Kaiapoi pā and here is something that I learned. 
I hope you like it. Ka kite. :-D


Haerenga ki Kaiapoi Pā - Nā Arabella

I tērā wiki i haere ahau ki te Kaiapoi pā. 
Here is something 
I want you to listen to. 
I hope you enjoy it and make sure you give me some feedback! :-D



Being a Critical Thinker ~ Nā Te Taonga rātou ko Savannah, ko Emily


For our Kaupapa we are building a pā.
We are being Critical Thinkers while we build.
We are solving problems and thinking carefully.


Here is some evidence - 

We put the watch towers in 2 corners, one facing each way so it’s better to see the front and back incase enemies come.

We put the most special whānau in the whole pā in the whare in the corner so that they can be safe.

We would like you to give us some feedback and ask us some pātai!

Te Taonga, Emily, and Savannah.



Being a Critical Thinker ~ Nā Carez rāua ko Roy

For our Kaupapa we are building a pā.
We are being Critical Thinkers while we build.
We are solving problems and thinking carefully.

Here is some evidence so far -

We put the poupou (carved post) by the kūwaha (entrance) on our
plan so that heaps of people would be frightened by them so
they wouldn’t come in.

We put a secret kūwaha on our plan so that the Māori who
lived there could escape the enemies and the fights.

We made heaps of stuff like our pātaka (storage house).
We had to put tape on the bottom so it would stick on properly.

We would love you to give us some feedback.

Carez and Roy



Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Hāngaia te Pā - Creating our Pā!

We have finished our first plan and are are now constructing our Pā! 

While we are constructing we are thinking about how we can be problem solvers 
and critical thinkers.  

We have some examples to show you soon... 

We would love you leave us some feedback or ask us some questions!! 
Pātai mai, kōrero mai!




Tuesday, June 12, 2018