Te Reo

We learnt new Maori words.

First, Whae Odie held up the card and we needed to say the object in Maori.

Next, Whae Odie told us to choose a card. If Whae Odie said the card that we have, we had to give the card to her by saying “Anei.”

Last, we revised learning the movements, they are: maui, matau, raro, runga, roto, and waho. Maui means left. Matau means right. Raro means down. Runga means up. Roto means inside. Waho means outside.

I enjoyed this activity because I learnt new Maori words. I did well on knowing the maori words. I need to improve on remembering the movements.

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