WALT: Use clues in text, along with prior knowledge to help comprehension.
1. What does hauhake Harakeke mean?
It means harvesting
2. How did the harakeke move to make the children feel welcome?
It was moving side to side to say hi
3. When was the harakeke planted?
1987 (17 years ago)
4. How does the harakeke standing tall make the children feel?
Standing very tall to make the children proud
5. Why is any left over harakeke returned to the bushes?
because you are finished weaving it. and to respect it
6. Name 4 items you can make from harakeke (pages 9 and 10).uti
potaka,tipare,kete and putiputi
7. Choose one of the items made from flax in the story and look at some google images of it.