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Monday, 20 June 2016

My Imaginary Matariki Story .

7 comments:

  1. Hola, my name is Hannah from Grey Main school.
    I really liked the way you presented your work to us. I especially liked your story, though next time I think you should see where you put your speech marks. I also think maybe your slide is too big, and you should change the size. Other than that, I think it is a very good slide.

    Sayonara, Hannah

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  2. Hola Harmony, my name is Kyra and I am a student from Grey Main School. I really liked your slide because it reminded me of all the Maori activities that I have seen like Kapa Haka festivals and people planting gardens. Maybe next time you could make the slide a bit smaller. What is your favorite part of Maori and why?

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  3. Talofa harmony I'm Kaede from Mamaku Hub Grey Main School. I am just learning how to change my name to a link to my blog.

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  4. Hi Harmony I'm Layken from Grey Main School. You have an awesome slide. I would never have thought of that especially the story. I like the way you have ended to the story. Next time maybe you could make it smaller to fit on the page. Do you like writing your own myths?

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  5. Kia Ora Harmony I'm Kaleb from Mamaku Hub, Grey Main School. Tino pai tau mahi. (Good Work) Maybe next time you could make your slide a bit smaller so it is not right over the page. This reminds me of when my class was doing our mihi and other Maori learning. Have you ever seen Matariki?

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  6. kia ora its Josh from Grey Main school. Maybe next time you could make your slide a bit smaller so it is not right over the page. It is so cool as well. How long did it tack you to make it? this reminds me when I did my mihi and other Maori learning.

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  7. Kia Ora Harmony. I;m Ella form Grey Main School Mamaku Hub. Wow you have done an awesome story. Also it looks like you have learnt lots about Matariki. Thanks Ella

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