He moheni reo Māori a Tāiki E! hei pānui mā ngā ākonga i ngā kura reo Māori huri noa i te motu.
I tēnei putanga ka tirohia ngā kararehe hārakiraki me ō rātou tinana mīharo rawa, tae noa ki ngā mahi rangahau mō ngā kararehe e kaha tautoko ana i ngā mahi rangahau i roto i ngā hōhipera. Ko Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Kōtuku te kura e whakaaturia ana i tēnei putanga. Ka kitea hoki he tohu tao, he pāwhatiwhati, he arotake kiriata, me tētahi kōrero mō te whetū kiriata a Julian Dennison mai i Hunt for the Wilderpeople.
Tāiki E! is a Māori-language magazine produced for students in kura kaupapa. Tāiki E! is intended as a take-home magazine for children.
The main theme of this issue is kararehe hārakiraki – interesting and unusual animals. It includes articles about: animals that have special physical features that help them to survive in their environment and the influence that animals have had on medical research. In this issue, we profile Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Kotuku in Te Atatū. Other features include an interview with Julian Dennison from Hunt for the Wilderpeople, a recipe, a brand new maze, puzzles and film reviews.
Tāiki E! Te Putanga 2, 2016