Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Room 2 - Haka Dance

  Ki Raro! Hope!



    Maihi!    Raparapa!

  Roro!        Amo!


   Tahuhu!      Hekerangi!


   Paetokomanaua!


   Hi!

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

How do you perform a Maori 'Haka'?




First we get our ‘chin moko’ marked to show that we are happy and ready to perform our ‘haka’.

My toy men!

I made two toy men out of all the shapes I know and they look happy just like me.
Arizona Cooper



Using Shapes to construct a Picture


Look at my colourful house! 
I use all the shapes to build my house.
Ruth Lahari


Thursday, September 20, 2012

Fun Olympic Day with GI kindergarten



I raced with my friends to the end of the field. We had a spoon and egg race with my friends too.
Arizona

I had a race with my friends. The kindergarten had a race too. My friend won the race. We had an egg and spoon race and I had a yellow egg.
Terisa



Our mini-Olympic games



I had a race with my friends. It was an egg and spoon race.
Sioeli

Room 2 Mini-Olympic Games



I had a race through the shapes. I enjoyed the egg and spoon race.
Muriwai

Our Mini-Olympic Games



I went through the shapes. I played a running game too.

Sina

Off to the Museum


Last Monday, we went to the museum by bus. In the bus, my friends and I were laughing and singing. At the museum, I saw an elephant and a monkey. I also saw a big volcano. I felt very happy.
Mele Langi

At the museum.


Last Monday, the junior school went to the museum by bus. In the bus, my friend and I were singing and my friend was sitting on the chair laughing at me. At the museum, I had fun with my friends playing at the tree house. After playing, I was tired then we went back to school by bus.
Hinemoa

Trip to the Museum


Last Monday we went to the Auckland Museum by bus. In the bus, my friends and I were singing and looking at the mountain outside. At the museum, my friends and I were looking at lots of things like the Marae. At the end of the day, I felt happy and good.
Arizon 

My mihi



video

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Cook Islands Bread from Room 2


On Friday the 8th of June 2012, Room 2 made bread as part of our Guided Inquiry Learning - Learning to appreciate cultural diversity within New Zealand. The purpose was for children to learn about how the bread made in the Cook Islands and compare it to the bread made in New Zealand.
First we mix the ingredients together in a bowl. Then we made round balls and put them on the tray. After that, we put the tray in the oven for about twenty minutes. I took my bread home and shared with my family. It was really yummy. 

From everyone in Room 2

Friday, June 1, 2012

Room 2 Family Treasures

Room 2 are learning to explain how and why treasures are important to families.


Friday, May 25, 2012

Treasure - Hinemoa Hunt


Hinemoa Hunt

My treasure is a necklace.  My necklace is special because it was given to me by my mum.

Treasure - Ms Reid


Miss Reid
My treasure is a plum tree.  It is bendy and green.  My treasure is special because it is from my childhood home.

Treasure - Mrs Ripata


Mrs Ripata

My treasure is a ta’ovala. It is black and white. My ta’ovala is very special because my mum made it for me long time ago.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Treasure - Sioeli Naitoko


Sioeli Naitoko

My treasure is a Nike bag.  It is black and white.  My Nike bag is special because my mum bought it for me.