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KO NGĀ KUPU ME TE WAIATA O TE WIKI: TE TINANA

EMMA PARANGI | APRIL 29, 2020 | IN RESOURCES, BICULTURALISM

This weeks words relate to the body, alongside an encouragement song, Kai Pai!

Te Tinana - The body

Mahunga/ ūpoko Head
Pakahiwi Shoulder
Uma Chest
Tuarā Back
Puku Stomach
Hope Hip
Waewae Leg/ foot
Ringaringa Hand/ arm
Matimati Finger/ toe
Makawe Hair
Kanohi Face
Rae Forehead
Taringa Ear
Whatu/ karu Eye
Waha Mouth
Ngutu Lips
Ihu Nose
Kauae Chin
Pāpāringa Cheek

Ka pai!

Ka pai taku mahi ka pai, KA PAI!
Ka pai taku mahi ka pai, KA PAI!
Pakipaki ringaringa, pakipaki ringaringa
Pakipaki ringaringa ka pai, KA PAI!
Tino pai taku mahi tino pai, TINO PAI!
Tino pai taku mahi tino pai, TINO PAI!
Pakipaki ringaringa, pakipaki ringaringa
Pakipaki ringaringa tino pai, TINO PAI!
My work is good, clap our hands.
My work is great, clap our hands.

Emma Parangi, Head Teacher at Our Kids Early Learning Glen Eden.

Emma Parangi

Masters of Education

Head Teacher at Our Kids Glen Eden

Emma Parangi has been an early childhood teacher for over a decade.
She is passionate about bicultural pedagogy and practice, and fostering connections to te taio (nature) with tamariki.

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