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"The mouse and the octopus", retold and illustrated by Lisala Halapua - Retells a traditional Tongan fable about a mischievous mouse, who is rescued by an octopus, but tricks his saviour. This represents the origins of traditional fishing lure design. 2017 Finalist Best First Book Award
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Our Samoan etiquette series is for people who are new to our culture or just want to brush up on the kind of behavior expected from 'good' Samoans. It's especially helpful if you want to make a good impression on Samoan elders, perhaps the parents of your (hope to be) significant other? I wrote a couple of articles on the topic a while ago: Mind your body parts! Meal Time ...and then ...
Tonga Scavenger Hunt Puzzle Activity | Pacific Islands
Your students will enjoy the study of Tonga with our interactive scavenger hunt and puzzle pack. Learn about the geography, history, language, and culture of the Pacific nation of Tonga. Great for Tongan Language Week - 2 September to 8 September 2018 as a social studies product, and in your guided reading program! This helps with differentiated learning. Features summarising, visualising, cloze reading and finding specific details. Suitable for Year Four, Year Five, Year Six.