Paper Quilts made in Term 2. We learned to fold paper squares and cut intricate patterns into them to create symmetrical designs. These quilts are based on Cook Island tivaevae. « room seven kowhai

Cool - portrayl of Samoan village - nicely done:)

SINA – Samoan mythology’s counterpart to Hina from Hawaiian myths. Unlike Hina, Sina was not the moon goddess but was a deity of love, beauty,and fertility. As part of that role Sina had countless lovers (including her father Tangaloa) and various husbands. She also attracted plenty of demons and monsters as would-be romantic partners too.

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