Friday, 1 July 2016

Te Aurere Waka

The Water represents the waves and the sun represent the light that guide our ancestors and the land represent the land of other tribes. Te aurere was used to sale from different lands and countries to make peace for a good friendship. Te Aurere was first built in 1991-1992 the waka was used for making long journeys probably brought maori's together.

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  1. Hi Night!

    My name is Rachel and I am running the Winter Learning Journey programme this holiday. It's a fun blogging programme that you are invited to join! A number of your classmates are part of it and we're all having fun blogging together.

    If you'd like to join us, all you have to do is log onto the Winter Learning website, click on the "Weekly Activities" tab, scroll down and choose an activity that interests you. You then blog about it on your blog site and I will read it, comment and give you points. You'll earn a certificate and a badge and, if you one of the 'Top 3 bloggers' you will also earn a great prize at the end of the holiday!

    I'll check back tomorrow to see if you've chosen to take up the challenge and join the Winter Learning Journey programme.

    Hope to see you online this holiday :)

    Cheers, Rachel


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