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 for this issue is Kararehe Hārakiraki, or 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.