Friday, 25 November 2016

te reo moari

Image result for kindAtawhai  kind
Huatua   polite
Awhina   honest

Faitotonu  helpImage result for helpImage result for honestImage result for polite


  1. Kia Ora Sharhera!

    I hope that you are having a nice break and staying warm and dry! If you are inside, hiding out from the rain and looking for something fun to do this holiday, please join the Winter Learning Journey. It's a free blogging programme that helps you practice your reading and writing skills and keeps you connected with your friends and classmates over the school break!

    To participate, log onto the Winter Learning Journey website and click on the 'Weekly Activities' tab. You will find 21 different activities on the website to choose from. To complete an activity, simply post your answer on your school blog site and we will read your answer and post a comment. We will also give you points and, at the end of the holiday, come back to your school to give you a Participation Certificate. We will also bring prizes for the top three bloggers in the school.

    Please consider joining us this holiday! We'd love to blog with you!

    Nicky and the Winter Learning Journey blogging team

  2. Kia ora sharhera

    I like how you did it because it looks really nice and you blogged about all the good thing. My question is if you anything else to be polite.

    Keep it up.

  3. Kia ora Sharhera

    I hope your having fun learning Te reo maori.

    How do you say thank you in maori

  4. Kiora Sharhera,

    I've been reading through your blog post here, and i'm very impressed that your using Te reo Maori. A bit more work on the Letters, e.g.(Faitotonu doesn't make sense in Te reo Maori, It's replaced with W and H, WHaitotonu). Well done! Anyway, I really think your doing such process in your Te reo Maori. Question:What is your goal for 2018?