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Torbay tī kōuka a New Zealand tree in the English Riviera by Wayne Barrar

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Published by University of Plymouth Press in Plymouth, Devon .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Cordyline australis,
  • Pictorial works

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 63).

StatementWayne Barrar
ContributionsSimpson, Peter, 1942-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQK495.A26 B37 2011
The Physical Object
Pagination66 p. :
Number of Pages66
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25349197M
ISBN 109781841022970
LC Control Number2012358989
OCLC/WorldCa768761761

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  Tī Kōuka Pages. Home; Examples of student's learning; Thursday, Ap (15 mins+) Tell someone what your favourite part was. You could write a book review or do a video book review if you’re brave! The link below might give you some ideas of what to share. Book Review. Upstart Magazine also has a, 'Bury your head in a Book. Tī Kōuka Pages. Home; Examples of student's learning; Friday, Novem Term 4 - Week 7. This weeks mufti theme saw lots of book characters arriving in Room 7. Next week's theme is pyjama day! We had a great trip up Marsden Valley to Poorman's Stream today. A HUUUUUUUUUGE thanks to all the adult helpers that joined us today.   Will received our class award for the respect he shows others and for being responsible (ownership). Great to see these Year 4 students stepping up, good on you Will!   Have a fun and safe holiday Tī Kōuka, it has been a very busy term and you have all worked really hard. See you in Term 3! Lillybelle received our class award for the GRIT she shows when facing any challenge.

Tī kōuka are easily grown from seed and seedlings often appear in the garden if there is a tree nearby. Tī are very hardy and will grow happily in most soils, but will not withstand long periods of drought. Further reading. Simpson P Dancing leaves. The story of New Zealand’s cabbage tree, tī kōuka. Christchurch, Canterbury. Cabbage trees, or tī kōuka, line the banks of Christchurch's Heathcote River. author of Dancing Leaves, an award-winning book on tī kōuka where they are known as Torquay or Torbay. Each of our Tī Kōuka pods will get 2x 45 minutes sessions with the educator over the two weeks and we will also have activities and learning in class around the themes of Friendship and Kindness. These themes tie in well with our class treaty and our goals focus of kindness. Library books Just a quick reminder that library day is Wednesday. MĀORI NAME: Tī (general name for Cordyline); TĪ KŌUKA, tī kāuka, tī rākau, tī whanake (South Island [Shortland]), tī pua, tī para, tī awe: kōuka tarariki (narrow leaved variety), kōuka wharanui (broad-leaved variety); kiokio (in Moteatea, Grey , recorded in Williams ). young, undeveloped leaves: koata koeata waitau tap root: kōpura.