We do a little bit of Tuhi Rātaka in my class. Tuhi Rātaka is diary writing - we do this for 10-15 minutes every day. I chose to write a story about a boy and a wolf. I used BookCreator to put my story on the Blog. Please don't forget to leave feedback.
We made a play about how the Matariki whetū came to be. Our play is about Papatūānuku and Ranginui living close together until their children pushed them apart. Please watch our play to find out what happens!
Ānei te pēpehā o Shaun. He tino kaha te reo o tēnei tama, engari, he tino tere hoki! Ata kōrero e tama! We are so impressed you have learnt your pēpehā so quickly and have even added a whakatauki at the start. Ka rawe!
I wrote a story about a movie I watched. It was about a boy who went on an adventure with his Grandpa. I used 'wow' words in my story. I used Explain Everything to share it with you. I hope you like it.
In tuhituhi we watched a video about a boy called Tony going on some adventures with his Grandpa. We pretended to be Tony and wrote a letter to our best friend telling them about our adventures. We used 'wow' words in our writing.
I used Explain Everything to share my tuhituhi. I hope you like it!
For Tuhituhi we have been using 'wow' words to make our writing more interesting for the reader. We watched a cool video about a boy who goes on adventures with his Grandpa. We pretended to be the boy and wrote about our adventures.
I used ExplainEverything. I hope you like my story!
WALT (Kei te ako mātou ki te): ... tell the time in reo Māori and reo Pākehā. In pāngarau we've been learning how read hour time. We can do this in English and in Māori! We like playing 'He aha te taima, Mr Wuruhi?' - What's the time, Mr Wolf?
Today we created a movie using iMovie and a book using BookCreator to share our learning. Which one do you like best???