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Kupu o te Wiki 09/04/18

April 9, 2018

The word this week is: moe (sleep) moy Bears prepare for their long winter moe. Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s Māori staff...Read more

Kupu o te Wiki 12/02/18

February 12, 2018

The word this week is: aroha (ah-raw-hah)  love He has lots of aroha for his Valentine! Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s Māori staff...Read more

Kupu o te Wiki 05/02/18

February 5, 2018

The word this week is: pāraerae (pah-rye-rye)  sandal He could only find one of his pāraerae to wear! Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s Māori staff...Read more

Kupu o te Wiki 29/01/18

January 29, 2018

The word this week is: inu  (ee-nu) drink That looks like a nice summer inu you have! Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s Māori staff...Read more

Kupu o te Wiki – 13/11/17

November 13, 2017

The word this week is: matua (mah-too-a) father He is my matua. Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s Māori staff...Read more

Kupu o te Wiki – 30/10/17

October 30, 2017

The word this week is: wāhi (wah-hee) locality, place, space Jacob has got a nice wāhi to work in. Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s Māori staff...Read more

10-Hōngongoi-17

July 10, 2017

The word this week is: pene (pen-near,  say it fast!) pen Anei tāku pene. Here’s my pen.   Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s maori staff...Read more

kupu o te wiki 26/06/17

June 26, 2017

The word this week is: whakatā (far-car-taa) to relax, take breath, catch breath, take a break. Kei te whakatā nga tauira, kua mutu mō whakamātautau. Take a break students, your exams have finished.   Kupu o te wiki brought to you by...Read more

kupu o te wiki – 19/06/17

June 19, 2017

The word this week is: whakararu (far-car-ra-roo) (roll your r’s on the ra and roo) – to confuse, disturb, bother! Kei te whakararu nga tamariki i aku mama! The children are bothering their mama! Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the...Read more

Kupu o te wiki 24/4/17

April 10, 2017

The word this week is hoia (hore-e-a) or soldier Many Māori hoia served in the First and Second World Wars. Kupu o te wiki bought to you by the Library’s Māori staff...Read more

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