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Te Reo Maori

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Fab Five have been busy creating feathers for our Korowai (cloak) of Knowledge. The feathers have the te reo Maori vocabulary we have come. Early Childhood Activities, Childhood Education, Classroom Displays, Art Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Treaty Of Waitangi, Waitangi Day, Cultural Crafts, Maori Designs

Korowai of Knowledge

Fab Five have been busy creating feathers for our Korowai (cloak) of Knowledge. The feathers have the te reo Maori vocabulary we have come across in our Matariki readings and research that were new to us. Each student worked on their individual feathers and they looked pretty neat but when all our hard work was combined into the cloak, we thought it looked pretty amazing!

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Kōrero pūrākau o Matariki: Matariki teaching resource 2016, Part 2 – Storytelling through dance | Te Papa’s Blog

Suitable for: Early childhood, primary, and keen storytellers of any age This is the second instalment of our Matariki resource for 2016. Part 1: Storytelling In Part 1, we explored storytelling as a Māori tradition full of drama, imagery and action. In Part 2, you’ll learn how to bring creative movementRead more

Or own wharenui. Each picture on the maihi represents something important to one… Library Displays, Classroom Displays, Classroom Themes, Classroom Resources, I Love School, Middle School Art, Maori Songs, Maori Legends, Waitangi Day

Our own wharenui. Each picture on the maihi represents something important to one student or the class just as the carvings on a meeting house might depict something about the hapu of that marae. On the amo are images of legends that resonate with the class.

I find I am constantly looking for ways to improve my recall when learning Te Reo Māori. One of the more challenging aspects of the language is remembering ‘who is who’ when it comes t… Teaching Materials, Teaching Resources, Family Tree Worksheet, Maori Words, Maori Symbols, Samoan Tribal, Filipino Tribal, Cross Tattoo For Men, Maori Designs

3/30 – Infographics and Te Reo Māori

I find I am constantly looking for ways to improve my recall when learning Te Reo Māori. One of the more challenging aspects of the language is remembering ‘who is who’ when it comes t…