Thursday, 21 December 2017

My Pepeha

Ko Aoraki te maunga   
Ko Waikato te awa         
Ko ________________________ te waka
Ko ________________________ tōku tīpuna
Ko ________________________ tōku iwi          
Ko ________________________ tōku hapu
Ko ________________________ tōku marae
Ko Pukekohe ahau
Ko Marc Brokenshire rāua ko Melanie Tarrant ōku mātua
Ko Abby Brokenshire tōku ingoa.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Abby,

    Ruby here from the Summer Learning Journey team.
    Great to see that you have made a good start on your pepeha. It can be tricky filling in some of those gaps!
    What I have for my iwi is: Ko Airiri toku iwi. Which means the Irish are my tribe. I say this because this is where my family comes from originally.
    What I have put for my hapu is: Ko Simpson toko hapu. Which means the Simpsons are my sub-tribe. I say this because the Simpsons are my immediate family.
    For a marae you can use a special meeting place that your family has. I use the name of my church in my pepeha.

    Perhaps you could use some of these ideas to complete your pepeha?


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