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Cook Island language week activities at BestStart Claudelands

12 Aug 2019

Cook Island language week activities at BestStart Claudelands
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Our pēpi made tivaivai using papers and glue sticks. They wore “ei katu’ and we danced with the music. All together we had some delicious cultural food from the Cook Island for lunch. We practiced and learned some traditional and cultural items from Cook Island which helped the tamariki to learn about another culture.

The languages and symbols of children's own and other cultures (Cook Island) are promoted and protected.

Through te reo o te kuki airani childrens identity, belonging and well-being are enhanced.