Sunday, 21 June 2015

The Glowing Seven Stars

Have you ever gazed up on a group of seven glowing stars? You might have seen the seven sparkling stars called Matariki.
 
Matariki is Maori New Year. Most of the year, Matariki stays glowing in the sky and vanishes during late April and comes back during late May or early June. When Matariki has arrived, it is time to celebrate Maori New Year.
 
Celebrating Maori New Year is a time you can go fishing for some yummy kaimoana. You can eat the kaimoana at a feast that your whanau have prepared. People celebrate the Maori New Year in different ways so maybe you can celebrate it differently.
 
Tonight, go and head outside to try and find the seven sisters twinkling above you. Who know, you might be lucky and spot the shining seven stars.
 
Written by Kiana

4 comments:

  1. I really like your first 2 sentences. I like where you have used adjectives. And your ending part.
    By: Simran

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  2. I like the way you used a lot of Adjectives because you made a a picher in my head whiched i liked
    From Jade'a

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  3. - I like the way you used a questions to start, and said to go outside and see if we could see the seven shining stars

    By Nevayah

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  4. I like the way you mentioned the seven sisters twinkiling above you

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