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We celebrated Chinese Language Week this week.
Also, we've made it to the end of the school term of Term 3. So, we are now on school holidays for two weeks. We hope all of you will keep safe and take care of yourselves.
Here is the last happenings of Lumana'i Fou's work from home.
My Beautiful Mum’s B-day
In the morning - wake up early and make mum some breakfast like . . .
* Toast with butter and jam
* A cup of tea like coffee
* Make her some noodles
In the afternoon - make her a snack and a cup of tea
* Some crackers and a cup of tea
In the evening we’re going to do something very very special for her and do whatever she wants for her Birthday
This is my family’s planning for my special mother’s birthday.
TJ and his brother's practicing their speaking in Chinese and showing their score for playing Coin Toss in Chinese Language
|TJ is working on his learning of Reading, Writing and Art|
Thank you for following our learning from home in these trying times.
We hope that you will all have a safe, but fun holiday.
Manuia le tu'uaga o aoga.
Faafetai tele lava!
Hope you are all well.
Here are some of the work from Lumana'i they have worked on from their homes.
TJ at home improving on his reading
Fono's work on learning about Tonga
Please keep sending through any work that has been done at home with you and your families.
Keep safe and take care.
Here are some of Lumana'i Fou's happenings of Te Wiki O Te Reo Maori.
Thomas Sharing His Taonga
This is my Taonga. A photo of me when I was 6 years old back on the island selling fish in front of our house. Can you see the main road, where I am standing beside? That's the way going straight to the Samoan International Airport, towards and from town. I keep this as a precious memory of another way of earning money for living in Samoa. My papa has a fishing net and when they caught the fish, they piled them up with 15 fish and sold them for either $25 or $30.
Thomas's Mahi on Maori Words & Phrases
|1. Pepeha - way of introducing myself|
2. Ko Thomas toku ingoa.
My name is Thomas.
4. kaumatua-elder people.
7. kia ora-hello/thank you
9. morena-good morning
11. nau mai-welcome
12. tena koutou-greetings to you all
14. E te Atua-Dear God
16. homai kia matou-give it to us
17. ko aroha-your love
20. ka kite-see you
Preston's Mahi On Te Reo Maori
20 Maori Kupu On Fruits
Eggplant-whakato hua manu
TJ's Mahi On Te Reo Maori
TJ reading about Te Tiriti O Waitangi
TJ working together with his brother on a Te Reo Maori Word Find
TJ in the car for some peace and quiet working on his Word Find
TJ's mahi on Te Reo Maori
Casey's Mahi on Te Reo Maori
Casey's creative certificate in Te Reo Maori
Casey's mahi on Te Reo Maori
Casey's encouraging words she identified in Te Reo Maori
We hope you enjoyed our happenings regarding Te Wiki O Te Reo Maori this week and please join us at 2.30pm today for our closing assembly to end off Te Reo Maori Language Week!
Also, just a reminder that the Learning Packs will be ready for pick up from the Flat Bush Road gate on Wednesday 23 September from 10am to 2pm. Only one person from the family is required to pick the Learning Pack up and please wear a mask.
Nga mihi nui ki a koutou katoa!