Kei te pēhea te āhua o te rangi? Translated from Te Reo Māori to English, Kei te pēhea te āhua o te rangi? means: How’s the weather? For example - when we ask the question: Kei te pēhea te āhua o te rangi? (How's the weather?) We can reply with: - Kei te makariri (it is cold) - Kei te paki (it is fine) - Kei te ua (it is raining) In this activity: 1. Use the table attached to view the different language we can use to explain what the weather is like. 2. Choose one type of weather from the table. 3. Practice asking how the weather is: Kei te pēhea te āhua o te rangi? And then replying to your own question e.g. Kei te wera (it is hot) 4. Click on 5. Use the to record yourself asking the question Kei te pēhea te āhua o te rangi? and answering it with your choice of weather. 6. Click the to finish your post. Extra for Experts: if you are feeling keen for more learning, record yourself with the to share more of your reo.