- Health and physical education – classifying healthy and unhealthy foods, for example:
|He kino/pai ēnei (momo) kai.||These (types of) foods are bad/good.|
- Mathematics and statistics – weighing food items; using graphs to compare the cost of food items; recording the results of surveys of likes and dislikes.
- Technology – food preparation, such as making a hāngi.
- Social sciences – comparing traditional Māori food with the food of other cultures, culminating in a shared hākari (feast).
- Science – Matariki; the seasons; and growing plants associated with Māori gardening, such as kūmara and native herbs.