Head to the beach to make sandy drawings with your tamariki.
How to do it
You’ll need: some soft sand (or dirt), large sticks.
- Go to the beach! Find a flat patch of sand near thewater.
- If you can, write your name or special messages.
- Use your sticks to draw pictures.
- Share what you like about each other’s then watch them wash away.
Using more te reo Māori
|Te reo Māori||English|
|Rārangi rārangi Line, rank, row, queue, list, catalogue Maori | Noun||Line|
|Rākau rākau Tree, stick, timber, wood, plant Maori | Noun||Stick|
|Tātahi tātahi The beach, seaside, riverside - a location word, or locative, which follows immediately after particles such as ki, i, hei and kei. Used when referring to the beach from an inland perspective. (Te Kākano Textbook (Ed. 2): 15-16;) Maori | Location||Beach|
|Onepū onepū Sand Maori | Noun||Sand|
|Ingoa ingoa Name Maori | Noun||Name|