Celebrate Māori Langauge Week!
Haere mai ki te Whare Hapori o Paparangi mō ngā pūrākau, ngā waiata, ngā rotarota hoki i te reo Māori
He pai rawa mō ngā tamariki nohinohi me ō rātou whānau, nau mai, haere mai ki a koutou katoa
Kei Whea: Newlands Community Centre, 9 Batchelor St, Newlands
Āhea: Te Rāpare 24 Hōngongoi, 2.00 – 2.30 i te ahiahi
Come to Newlands Community Centre for stories and songs in the Māori language
Great for preschoolers and their families, everyone welcome
Where: Newlands Community Centre, 9 Batchelor St, Newlands
When: Thursday 24 July, 2.00-2.30 pm
Johnsonville Library enjoyed an action packed renaissance inspired school holiday activity today.
We tried our hand at painting like Michelangelo, crawling under the tables to create our masterpieces underneath. We made wonderful stain glass windows and everyone had a hand in making a beautiful fresco painting along the wall.
Here is a taste of our masterpieces in the making.
Ata mārie tamariki mā
Inanahi rā i puta te whārangi ipurangi mō te Māwhai tuhituhi, tā koutou pakiwaitara tuhituhi ā-ipurangi. Kua oti kē ngā whiti e rua, kei a koe te whiti tuatoru. Āpiti atu ō tuhituhi ki te pakiwaitara ia rā, mō ngā rā 21-25 o Hūrae.
Mēnā ka hiahia koe ki te uru ki te whakataetae haere ki te whārangi o te māwhai tuhituhi, pāngia te pikitia “māwhai tuhi” ki te taha nei , āpiti tō tuhi ki te wahanga tuhi ki raro nei rānei.
Ka whiriwhirihia kotahi te whiti ia rā hei wini i te taonga o te rā, ki te wikitoria i te taonga nunui pea, ā, ki te hono ki te pakiwaitara mo te whiti o te rā.
Tukuna mai ō whiti – kia tuhi!
Ānei ngā whiti e rua……
Kua horoia ngā rīhi, ka paoho mai te pouaka whakaata, “I tēnei wā ka huri ki ngā matapae huarere mō āpōpō, tērā te whakatūpato a Te Ratonga Tirorangi, he āwhā, he hau āwhiwhio …” Kātahi ka weto te pouaka whakaata! Ka weto ngā raiti o te whare! Kua pō uriuri.
Māmā! Māmā! Kua pakaru te pouaka whakaata, kua pakaru ngā rama katoa! Ka aha tātou nāianei? Ka tīmata taku hōtaka ākuanei. Aue!! Hei aha te pouaka whakaata e tama, tiki mai ngā kānara!!
…….ka aha nāianei?
Karori Library had a fantastic School Holiday activity this July School Holidays! The kids learnt how Michelangelo painted during the Renaissance Era – on his back. He did this when he painted his amazing ceiling pieces. So the kids had a go themselves. They painted the interiors of teepees – the ceilings of tables and the walls and roves of the canvases. The kids got straight into it and painted scenes from some of their favourite stories including Harry Potter! Come check out the art in Karori Library! We have some talented kids in our community!
Mōrenā koutou katoa! Hei te ata nei kei te whakatūwhera mātou i te whārangi ipurangi mō te Māwhai tuhituhi, tā koutou pakiwaitara tuhituhi ā-ipurangi.
Kua oti kē i te kaituhi rongonui haere nei a Paora Tibble te whiti tuatahi te tuhituhi, ā, māu e whakamutua – āpiti atu ō tuhituhi ki te pakiwaitara ia rā, hei te 21-25 o Hūrae. Āpiti tō tuhi hei te wahanga tuhi ki raro nei, uru ki te whārangi o te māwhai tuhituhi hei te patohia i te pikitia “māwhai tuhi” ki raro nei ki tetukuna i tō tuhi ki a mātou.
Ka whiriwhirihia kotahi te whiti ia rā hei wini i te taonga mo te rā, ki te wikitoria i te taonga nunui pea, ā, ki te hono ki te pakiwaitara mo te whiti o te rā.
Tukuna mai ō whiti – kia tuhi!
Ānei te whiti tuatahi… me aha inaianei?
Kua horoia ngā rīhi, ka paoho mai te pouaka whakaata,
“I tēnei wā ka huri ki ngā matapae huarere mō āpōpō, tērā te whakatūpato a Te Ratonga Tirorangi, he āwhā, he hau āwhiwhio …”
Kātahi ka weto te pouaka whakaata! Ka weto ngā raiti o te whare! Kua pō uriuri.
Hei whakanui i Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2014, kei te mahi pakiwaitara tuhituhi ā-ipurangi Te Matapihi ki te Ao Nui, ā, ka taea e koe e tō kura rānei ētahi taonga te wini.
Ka whiriwhirihia kotahi te whiti ia rā (tae atu ki te 200 kupu), mai i ia reanga, ka mutu hoki ngā pakiwaitara hei te ahiahi o te Paraire te 25 o Hūrae.
Ko ngā Reanga: (Kura) Tau 1-8, me te Tau 9-13
Ko ngā taonga ia rā he pēke whare pukapuka, he kāri koha, he haki pukapuka hoki.
Ko ngā taonga mā ngā toa tuhituhi kotahi iPapa mō ia reanga, ā, he haki e $250 hei hoko pukapuka mō ngā kura o ngā toa tuhituhi.
Ko te kura hoki he tokomaha rawa ana kaituhi ka wini hoki i te haki pukapuka e $250!
Kia whai wāhi koe ki te wini, tūhono mai ā-ipurangi ka tuhituhi mai rā: wcl.govt.nz/mawhaituhi
To celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2014, Wellington City Libraries are weaving an online story, with the chance for you and your school to win some cool prizes.
A paragraph (up to 200 words) will be selected, daily, from each age group, and the stories will finish on Friday afternoon, 25 July.
Age Groups are: (School) Year 1-8, and Year 9-13
Daily prizes include library bags, concession cards and book vouchers.
The prizes for overall winners include an iPad for each age group winner, plus $250 of book vouchers for the winners’ schools.
The school with the most contributors will also win $250 of book vouchers!
For your chance to win, join us online and weave your story: wcl.govt.nz/mawhaituhi
Conrad Cooper’s Last Stand by Leonie Agnew
“Conrad Cooper needs a favour. He’s just found out about Tāne, the god of the forest, and he’s decided that Tāne is the perfect guy to solve Conrad’s family problems. After all, the more high-profile gods probably have huge waiting lists, right? In return, Conrad will do anything, no matter how much trouble it causes. But will a Māori god listen to the prayers of a ten-year-old Pākehā boy? And does Tāne really exist? Set in 1978 against the Bastion Point occupation”–Back cover.
You Choose….Mayhem at Magic School by George Ivanoff
You are an ordinary kid – or so you think. Strange things start to happen. You make a rabbit appear from underneath your Teacher’s hat. Then you dream about a mystical diamond and a mysterious old woman with long white hair. It turns out you have magical powers… Do you try to keep your talents hidden, or do you go off to magic school? You choose…
George and the Unbreakable Code by Lucy and Stephen Hawking
George and his best friend Annie haven’t had any space adventures for a while and they’re missing the excitement. But not for long . . .
Seriously strange things start happening. Banks are handing out free money; supermarkets can’t charge for their produce so people are getting free food; and aircraft are refusing to fly. It looks like the world’s biggest and best computers have all been hacked.
George and Annie will travel further into space than ever before in order to find out who is behind it. - (www.Goodreads.Com)
There Will Be Bears by Ryan Gebhart
Thirteen-year-old Tyson sneaks off with his roughneck, but ill, grandpa to go on his first elk hunt, amid reports of a stalking man-eating grizzly.
Chicken Mission: Danger in the Deep Dark Woods by Jennifer Gray
Professor Rooster needs a new elite chicken squad. But the three feather-brained young chickens he is sent are hopeless. The youngest, Agent Cluckbucket, is the worst of the lot! Unfortunately, it’s too late to recruit any-birdy else, and danger lurks in the deep dark woods. Will Agent Cluckbucket and the squad be able to work to defeat the greatest enemies of birdkind?
1. Diary of a wimpy kid by Jeff Kinney
2. Where’s Wally? by Martin Handford
3. Dirty Bertie by Alan MacDonald
4. Conspiracy 365. by Gabrielle Lord
5. Big Nate by Lincoln Peirce
6. Puzzle pirates by Susannah Leigh
7. Captain Underpants and the attack of the talking toilets by Dav Pilkey
8. Hide and seek things that go by Dawn Sirett
9. The BFG by Roald Dahl
10. The great city search by Rosie Heywood
Sustainability Trust presents: Mini Worm Farms at Karori Library
Thursday, 17th July, 6.30-7.30pm
You’re invited to join in this fun session on worms and all the good work they do for us and our planet. Together, we’ll take a closeup look at how worms can turn our food scraps into useful compost, and learn how to build our very own mini-worm farm. So come along and get friendly with worms!
Registration required: Please phone Karori Library (476 8413) or inquire at the front desk.
Cost: Free. Koha to the Trust is appreciated.
Here are the latest pics from our late night storytime at Johnsonville Library.
Everyone came dressed in their pyjamas and enjoyed lots of pyjama stories, songs and even a balloon fight.
The storytimes are held on the first Friday of the month so make sure you came along to our next one on:
Friday 1st August at 6.30pm.