Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Hangarau Whare

Over the past few weeks we have had a challenge in our classroom to design and build a whare for our 3D pā. Mr Roberts our principal was the judge and we had criteria 1. How creative is the tekoteko? 2. The design of the whare, colour, roof material and layout. 3 Construction of the whare. Only three whare were able to be selected for our 3D pā and one pātaka. There were two whare used for sleepng in called wharemoe, one whare for eating in called a wharekai and one pātaka for storing food. Here are our winning whare.




















These are the others that were designed and constructed.

   























Finally here is the pātaka.

15 comments:

  1. I really enjoyed judging your whares, although it was very difficult choosing the winners. I was impressed with the thought and effort you put into your constructions. Would you like to live in a whare that you designed?

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    1. Yes I would like to live in a Whare that I designed,
      because it is my own creation and I could make my bed room the way I want.

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  2. Ka koropūpū ngā puna whakaaro no ngā tūpuna. Pāia tamariki mā. He aha ngā ingoa o ēnei whare?

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  3. Hi Te Puna o te Reo 3,
    I really like your guys Whare.
    I really enjoyed looking at your photos of your Whare.
    Would you live in you Whare that you made?

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    Nateesha

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  4. Hi Te Puna o te Reo 3,
    I really like your guys Whare.
    I really enjoyed looking at your photos of your Whare.
    Would you live in you Whare that you made?

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    Nateesha

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    1. kiora Nateesha. Yes i would live in a whare i made because it is my own creation.
      And also,because it would be nice to make my bedroom the way i want.
      from Madi

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  5. That looks so fun. How did you do it?

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  6. That looks so fun. How did you do it?

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  7. Hi I am James I am a student from Mamaku.
    I like what you have did with your whare. I remember at my old school I did a 3D house simulator. Have you tried that?

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  8. that is a really cool criation

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  9. Kia ora koutou. It's Lee-Anne Waho from Gilberthorpe School. Your creations looks fantastic. I am glad I did not have to choose a winner.

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  10. Hi Im Rikki-Lee
    I really like these they look fantastic your class is very creative!!!
    What kind of materials did you use?
    I will ask my teacher if we could try that.

    Keep up the great work!!!

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  11. Hello,Te Puna o te Reo 3,
    Wow it is coming along it looks great, what made you want to do this? By the way my name is Corianna and I a am in Mamaku 2. I really like the background that you painted looks amazing.

    Keep it up!

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  12. Bonjour Te Puna o te Reo 3. I am a student in Mamaku. Those pa's look so cool I like the way some of them have a taniwha and I also like the colours that you chose. Maybe next time you could put a fire or something small next to the Pa. This reminds me of the Marae that I visited in Wellington.

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  13. Talofa lava Te puna o te Reo 3.
    My name is Jessie from Mamaku hub in Greymain school.
    The pātaka looks fabulous I like how you had mountain in the background and the green for hills / trees.
    I like the creativity that is put into this project, Why did you want to make this?
    Yours sincerely
    Jessie

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