Saturday, 18 May 2013

Māori long vowel sound waiata

This is a song we can use to get better at our Māori long vowel sounds while learning a few commands as well.

e oma - run
e pakipaki - clap
e tu - stand up
e piko - curl
e toro - stretch out
e takahia - stamp
e hikoi - walk
e ano - again
e whakarongo - listen

1 comment:

  1. Hi Springston,
    we love your song.We love the part when it says piko piko piko piko toro piko.What does all of the words meen?

    From Liam and Donny


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