Thursday, June 10, 2010

Stories and Waiata

Tuesday 8th June

Emma Breaker, Kaimahi Māori for the Nelson Kindergarten Association, has become a fairly regular visitor to Nayland in her role of supporting us on our bicultural journey. Today she shared a magnetic story with the children about Mako, the shark, looking for a friend. Then she taught us a waiata (song) about the sea creatures and we were impressed with how readily the children took on this new knowledge and shared in with the singing and actions. Ka rawe, tamariki!

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