Cook Island words for things at school

When learning a new language, it is important to start with the basics. This means learning words that we use nearly everyday.

This video is great for our children, being able to use Cook Island words for things that we see at school can really support our children in their language journey. You can use words like ‘Peni’ instead of ‘Pen’, or ‘Puka’ instead of ‘Book’, and many more.

For more Cook Island Language videos, visit our Cook Island Language resource page

Cook Island words for things at school

Api’i means School
Pi’a Api’i means Classroom
Peni means Pen
Penisara means Pencil
Poro means Ball
Puka means Book
Pepa means Paper
Kete Api’I means School Bag Kaingakai means Table
No’onga means Chair
Ove means Bell
Moenga means Mat
Pu’api’I means Teacher
Pu’api’i Maata means Principal
Nga’i kangakanga means Playground Tamariki means Children
Au Taeake means Friends
Kaikai i te tuaero means Lunch

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