Monday, 9 April 2018

Room 12's Living Museum

Today Room 12 presented their 'Living Museum' about the art of traditional Maori tattoo, ta moko, to their families.

Students worked in groups to present a station on one of the aspects of our topic, such as;
 the tools used for ta moko
the legend behind the creation of ta moko
what the position of a moko means on different parts of the face 
and we even had our own tohunga ta moko (experts in the art of tattooing) giving our visitors their own moko (on the face) or kirituhi  (on the arm).

The class really enjoyed sharing their learning with all our visitors.
Thank you for coming 😀

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