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Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Lauren-Cook Island Language Week

Today we had three visitors from Auckland Museum that came to our school. I learnt much about their language and history of their ancestors of how they made their rope out of coconuts. The ancestors burnt a tree log and scraped out the charcoal to make it deep. They said that the american team got the inspiration from the ancestors. We were introduced to a special drill. There was a special way to work it they asked boys and girls. I was the only one to show them how it worked. I liked how we got to interact with the equipment and weave the rope through the wood. I hope that they can come back again to teach us more about other things.

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