Indigenous New Zealand Birds - Red Ink Design. imagevault.co.nz

Are tui birds my new favorite bird just because I love waking up to their bird call? Yes, yes they are (I do also truly love takahe and the way they look like dinosaur chickens)

Maori Bookmarks to Make and Colour

A big shout out to Renee who leads a Canadian Girl Guide Brownie group.

Turtle Tattoos | Polynesian and Hawaiian Tribal Turtle Designs

55 Cool turtle tattoo designs, photos and ideas. Do you know the symbolic meaning of turtle tattoos? Check out these tribal, Polynesian, Hawaiian and sea turtle designs.

The Samoan language is one of the most commonly spoken languages in New Zealand and Samoan Language Week is the longest running Pacific Language Week and leads a line-up of seven Pacific language events in 2016.Enjoy You may like to look at our other resources made with NZ teachers in mind:NZ Numeracy place mats-  original themeMinecraft themedNZ basic fact gameWriting goal place mats - NZ level 1-2Or our reading mats - NZ level 1-2

The Samoan language is one of the most commonly spoken languages in New Zealand and Samoan Language Week is the longest running Pacific Language Week and leads a line-up of seven Pacific language events in Enjoy You may like to look at our other

New Zealand Poi Craft. Might use this for international day this year

New Zealand Poi Craft---Poi are balls on strings that Maori women manipulate in a special dance with great skill

DISCOVER. Makes don't get any cuter than our fluffy Pompom Pals...and what better way to celebrate our beautiful Aotearoa (New Zealand) than with the native little kiwi bird or a super woolly sheep. Create your very own Kiwi Pompom Pal, and learn all about the endangered kiwi bird, which can only be found in New Zealand.

Makes don't get any cuter than our fluffy Pompom Pals.and what better way to celebrate our beautiful Aotearoa (New Zealand) than with the native little kiwi bird or a super woolly sheep. Create your very own Kiwi Pompom Pal, and learn all abou

Samoan Language Week

Samoan Language Week 2015 will take place from 24 to 30 May. Here at Christchurch City Libraries we are celebrating with several…

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