Thursday, May 17, 2012

Tapa Making

We are learning about cultural treasures. In Tonga we make tapa as part of our culture. Room 2 spent an afternoon making our own tapa. The pattern we used is called "Manulua". This is an old and well known pattern to all Tongans. 'Manulua' represents two birds' wings together and it means to unite two groups or families together.


  1. Hi Miss Ripata. I.
    like you picters.
    By Rihari

  2. Hi Rihari
    Thank you for visiting our blog. Good to hear that you like it.
    from all of room 2


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