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KO NGĀ KUPU ME TE WAIATA O TE WIKI

EMMA PARANGI | APRIL 6, 2020 | IN RESOURCES, BICULTURALISM

First of a series, this weeks word list and song.

Greetings

Kia ora – Hi, hello, thank you (literally – be well)

Tēnā koe – Greeting one person

Tēnā koutou – Greeting a group

Ka kite – See you (goodbye)

Apōpō– tomorrow

Ka kite apōpō– see you tomorrow

Mōrena – good morning

Ata mārie – good morning (peaceful morning)

Ahiahi mārie – good afternoon (peaceful afternoon)

Pō mārie – good night (peaceful night)

A E I O U

A E I O U
A E I O U
Piko, piko, piko, piko, piko, piko
Toro, piko
Toro, toro, toro, toro, toro
Piko, toro.
Piko-bend
Toro-stretch

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

Emma Parangi

Masters of Education

Centre Manager at Our Kids Glen Eden & Onehunga

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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