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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

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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