Racebent Disney Girls Part 2: Mulan (Native American), Kida (Maori), Jane (Korean), Eilonwy (African/Fula), Esmerelda (Moroccan), Merida (Brazilian), Rapunzel (Mexican), Elsa (Inuit), Anna (Inuit).

Mulan: (Native American) Pocahontas: (Pacific Islander) Kida: (Maori) Jane: (Korean) Eilonwy: (African/Fula), Esmerelda:(Moroccan) Merida: (Brazilian), Rapunzel:l (Mexican), Elsa: (Inuit) Anna: (Inuit)

Draw or write on a dried leaf - add it to a journal page....

leaf art <> " Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree." ~Emily Bronte (Thanksgiving, season, autumn, fall) I think I will try and sew a faux leaf and make this. My favorite season "Autumn"

Maori woman face tattoo called "moko" - Maori are indigenous people of New Zealand

Ta Moko is the tapu (sacred) form of family and personal identification among those of Maori whakapapa (genealogy). Genealogy is so important to the Maori people that they know their family history back 2000 years.

Aotearoa (NZ) young women in traditional/ceremonial dress - Polynesian Cultural Center

Aotearoa (NZ) young women in traditional/ceremonial dress - Polynesian Cultural Center // like the lip coloring and chin tattooing of Maori traditional dress

The Unfurling Fern Frond, Basis of the Koru Pattern, the symbol of New Zealand

SPIRALS - Koru, Icon of New Zealand. 'Koru' is the Maori word for the new unfurling fern frond.

Springston Te Reo : Teaching Resources

Found online 2017 when working on easy ways to be culturally responsive in the classroom. Easy visual to give to teachers as a starting point for novices.

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