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Monday, July 2, 2018

Our Matariki Wall


As we wind down at the end of a very busy term in Room 2, we have been trying to complete our Matariki wall, we created our own Matariki stars and we made some Diamante poems as well.  Our school had a Matariki event where we participated in different events for 2 days - the events were gardening, kowhaiwhai patterns, Drama  and art, kiorahi, kite making, and retelling Matariki legends.  Whaea Sally can't wait to get more photos of our Matariki activities to put on our wall.


8 comments:

  1. Hey there Room 2, My name is Anuk and I am a student at Waikowhai Primary School. Woah, you guys have done a lot of awesome work on Matariki! I really liked the star you guys had drawn, they look amazing! This reminded me of when I made paper Matariki stars at my school. Maybe next time could you add some more photos from Kiorahi? My school did Kiorahi and I really enjoyed it. I really look forward to reading more posts from you guys!

    Kind Regards,
    Anuk

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  2. Hi,I'm Fred from Awahono School. I enjoyed your post about Matariki.
    We made some Matariki stars. Mabye next time you can make the words
    on the bit of paper bigger because it is hard to read.

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  3. Hi Room 2,its me Callum form Waikowhai Primary School.I liked how you did something for matariki and how you did the fonts and the colours.It reminds me of when our school did matariki,we did kites ponamus and feathers.Maybe next time your class should say which matariki work they did and a closer look at the picture.if you want to see our class blog it is wpsriceman.blogspot.com

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  4. Hello there! My name is Oscar from Manukau, Te Waka Ako, Waikowhai Primary School. You have made a brilliant blogpost on your amazing Matariki Wall. It reminds me of all the fun activities we did in our syndicate. Have you thought about signing off at the end of your posts? For example, "That's all from me, Bye!" If you would like to see my learning my blog address is https://wpsoscarc.blogspot.com/

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  5. Hi there, my name is Saleh and I am a student in room manukau at Waikowhai primary School. I really like have you explain the art. It made me think of when we have
    Matariki book. Have you thought about more picture. If you would like to see my learning, my blog is http://wpssalehf.blogspot.com

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  6. Hi there! My name is Rio from Waikowhai Primary School. Wow, very amazing Matariki stars, ka pai! I really like the effort you put into the stars.By the way, can you name all of the seven stars? Have you considered to having close up pictures of the wall? If you would like to see my learning blog it is http://wpsriop.blogspot.com/

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  7. Hi there Room 2,My name is Aahana i'm from Waikohai primary school.Wow,you guys have done a lot of cool and fun actives for Matariki I really liked all of your posters on the Matariki wall.It made me think of when I did my matariki booklet in my reading class.Maybe next time you should add more photos.but I really liked all of the things on the wall.
    Heres my blog http://wpsaahanam.blogspot.co.nz/

    kind regards
    Aahana

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  8. Kia Orana Room 2, my name is Cassie in Mankau from Waikowhai Primary School. I really like the way you guys made a Matariki wall. It made me think of when we did our Matariki wall when I was in middle school. Have you thought of commenting about a Waka and a Matariki wall? And then you guys can put it together to make something cool. Blog yous later. If you would like to see my learning, my blog is http://http://wpscassiep.blogspot.co.nz/.

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