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Hi, my name is Henare Mita-Waata and I live in NZ and was born in 2009. My birthday is on August the 2nd. I have one brother and one sister. Their names are Raima and Eruini and my 2 parents are called Adelle Rose and Hapeta. What I like to do is lie down and sleep while eating on the couch. I eat so much food but the only thing I won't eat would be vegies and the only thing I wouldn’t do would be work. I don't have a pet but there’s one pet I’ve always wanted and that's a turtle because I can make him be my spy at home. My hobby is playing rugby because I’m good at tackling and passing out to my team and I’m also good at basketball and I play for Whananaki. When I grow up I want to be an inventor to create robots and machines. So goodbye.

Wetapunga

Weta are furious and aggressive insects that weigh 35g and are endemic NZ insects. The heaviest weta is as heavy as a mouse. They have a very spiny body with curved tusks and have no [...]

By |20th September 2019|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments

Queenstown

Queenstown is a tourist resort town in the South Island of NZ. It has a population of about  15 850. Queenstown is where people come for tours. Queenstown is located in Otago and is near [...]

By |17th September 2019|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments

Hoiho

The Hoiho or yellow-eyed penguins are NZ endemic birds. A Hoiho is tall but small. It grows 65 cm tall and weighs 5 to 6 kgs. Its eyes are bright yellow and it has a [...]

By |10th September 2019|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments

Challenge

A challenge is something that is not always easy to do at first. But if you keep on learning you will get there in the end. To meet a challenge, you have to have a [...]

By |5th September 2019|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments

Remember The Holidays

Remember when we paid a lot of money to get our food organized before the movies started and we packed the popcorn and fizzy drinks and stumbled through the mystical door? Remember when I went to [...]

By |23rd August 2019|Classes, Ruma Tahi|2 Comments

My Place

The classroom was usual enough It had computers, games, children, books and even teachers gliding around the classroom.   The other children and I did what kids do. Computer work, maths games, quietly reading, playing [...]

By |24th September 2018|Classes, Ruma Tahi|0 Comments

Henare’s Pepeha

Ka tangi te tītī, ka tangi te kākā, ka tangi hoki ahau tihei wa mauri ora   Ko Onekainga toku Maunga Ko Te Wairahi toku Awa Ko Mahuhu ki te rangi toku Waka Ko Whakapaumahara tooku [...]

By |20th September 2018|Classes, Ruma Tahi|1 Comment