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Kia ora Koutou, Teaching your tamariki their mihi or pepeha? This versatile resource will support a range of ages and abilities in sharing their mihi or pepeha with their whanau, other tamariki and the school.I have drawn and scanned a picture which was inspired by a few different resources for my t
Looking to use more spoken Latin in your classroom? Having trouble finding spoken Latin posters from common resource sites? This poster of "May I" questions allows students to have a visual reminder of ways for them to use Latin in the classroom. You can print this poster at home or school, or send
Pepeha / Mihi resource for students in New Zealand classrooms.GREAT FOR:Back to School (getting to know me)Maori language weekTe Reo lessonsSocial Studies unitKiwiana unitThe pepeha is written on one side and a picture is coloured / drawn on the other side. Hang whatever you wish from the bottom (
Collaborative posters are FUN!This simple lesson is an inclusive, fun, community building activity. Each student is given one section of a large mosaic poster to colour in. By looking carefully at their matching coloured piece your students practice blending and mixing colours as close as they can
Colouring in te reo Maori whakatauki pages, is just one more way of normalising te reo Maori in your classroom or home. After a discussion of the meaning there’s nothing better than to settle and colour! Colouring is for everyone and the following are some of the key benefits of colouring pages in
He iti te toki e rite ana ki te tangata! A tiny axe can do the hard work of a man For demonstrating perseverance and growth mindset. 14 Certificates- Other whakatauki for: **taking the challenge and not giving up **a person with great endurance-embracing challenge and showing tenacity **resourc
Thanks to those of you using Te Reo Maori Whakatauki Pages #1. Here is the follow up, with just as many gorgeous whakataukī to colour in and say. Colouring in te reo Maori whakatauki pages, is just one more way of normalising te reo Maori in your classroom or home. After a discussion of the mean
Celebrate the Māori New Year with this Matariki collaborative poster. You can also download this file and other awesome resources when you join Te Reo Club.For young and old these posters are so much fun and the collaborative nature of the exercise brings people together!Each person colours their pi
Writing a pepeha can be a little confusing for learners. This te reo Maori resource has visuals and explanations to help with the understanding of a pepeha.Bright and engaging, this should make the process easier.W H O L E S C H O O L L I C E N S E This resource was designed and copyrighted by © the
Celebrate the Christmas season with these beautiful 3D Native Birds. Tūī and Tīrairaka will enhance any Christmas tree and delight makers and recipients. The two birds-Tūī and Tīrairaka (Fantail) come in A4 and A5 size. You can make a whole family! Lots of fun- get really creative with colour comb
This bilingual classroom / visual art resource for teachers introduces students to 11 colour names in English and Te Reo Maori (New Zealand). Bright and cheerful, you can print posters page size and display on your classroom wall, or print 4 or 6 per page and use for jar labels for pencils, crayons
Celebrate the Māori New Year with this fun craft activity. There are 6 different templates for you and your students to select from. Each template has the heading ‘Ngā mihi o te Tau Hou’ (Happy New Year) and a decorative panel at the base. Students add their own creative touch to the middle secti
Pepeha / Mihi resource for students in New Zealand classrooms.Kiwi Art on one side and Pepeha on the other. These look great hanging in the classroom but if you don't want to hang it, just cut the top piece off the front and back templates.THE PEPEHA (version A):Maunga (mountain)Awa (river)Waka (ca
Pepeha / Mihi resource for students in New Zealand classrooms.Visit a local wharenui or view images online to get ideas on how to decorate the wharenui. Write your pepeha underneath.Great for Maori language week, beginning of the year activity, Te Reo lessons, Maori art lessons, etc.THE PEPEHA (ver
Enjoy this classroom / visual art resource for teachers and introduce your students to 11 colour names in Te Reo Maori (New Zealand). Bright and cheerful, you can print posters page size and display on your classroom wall, or print 4 or 6 per page and use for jar labels for pencils, crayons, markers
BUNDLED - Enjoy this classroom / visual art resource for teachers and introduce your students to 11 colour names in English, Te Reo Maori (New Zealand) and Bilingual. Bright and cheerful, you can print posters page size and display on your classroom wall, or print 4 or 6 per page and use for jar lab
Kia Ora Koutou,This resource includes 80 - that's right, 80 Te Reo Māori Task Cards. These task cards tie in to the New Zealand Curriculum Subject Areas.All eighty cards have a Te Reo Māori focus. Subject areas covered are:Te Reo MāoriTe Ao MāoriLiteracyNumeracyThe Arts: Visual Art, Dance, Drama, Mu
Aotearoa-Ngā Taonga-Flags These bilingual flags (banners/pennants) have both the te reo Māori and English kupu. This set of Black and white Aotearoa national Māori icons could inspire your learners to find out more information in an inquiry unit. They are words we should all know and have cultural r

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