Whaea Rangiamohia

Tēnā koutou e te whānau, he mihi māhana tēnei ki a koutou.

These are simple activities that will support your child's learning no matter what.  By routinely repeating these over and over again these key learning focuses will help embed the vital skills that will seriously assist your child's academic progress.


Basic Facts/Number bonds of 10, 20, 100, 1,000

Learning the times tables

Addition and subtraction using


Read daily and answer questions about the book.

1. He aha te ingoa?

2. Nā wai i tuhi?

3. Nā wai i tā i ngā pikitia?

4. Ko wai ngā kiripuaki?

5. Kua kitea tētahi mahi ōrite?

6. Ko wai te kiripuaki e rata ana ki a koe?

7. Ka aha?

8. Ka aha mēnā ko koe?

Tuhi Kōrero:

Write a journal about their day.

Write a recount about a book they have read or a movie they have seen.

Ētahi atu

Read, read and read some more, preferably pukapuka Māori!

Practice Families of Facts – 2 + 3 = 5 / 3 + 2 = 5 / 5 – 2 = 3 / 5 – 3 = 2  and multiplication & division options as well

Kori tīnana - If you can, get lots of fresh air and some exercise whenever you can.

If by any chance we have to go into lockdown or Alert Level 3 we will have daily Mon - Fri, during term time Google Meet get together's with students:

From  10am until 1pm  

That can be accessed for Akomanga Whakaute with Whaea Brenda at:   Whakaute - Hui Ataata Kūkara 

Just click the link, or use via any device available to you including smart phones on the Google Meet app.