Classroom Treasures: How are you? Kei te pēhea koe?

Classroom Treasures: Māori Resources I can take the roll using this - one of my practicum teachers did this!

Great website for Maori language resources - including pronunciation videos and youtube links to waiata.

Māori Language: Study the basics of the Māori Language, through online video movie lessons.

I think these are Tracy Tawhiao's stairs but may be wrong. They are cool and I think I've pinned them befoer. O love te Reo.

tracey tawhiao - artist and daniel 'hype the native' haimoana dam native - mc and musician artist; mc and musician

Tokureo web site has an amazing series of online Te Reo Maori lessons to help learn the Maori language. Includes fantastic vidoe footage and expert advice.

Tokureo web site has an amazing series of online Te Reo Maori lessons to help learn the Maori language. Includes fantastic video footage and expert advice.

poi making tutorial

Recently I was in Taranaki and drove through Patea, famous for the Patea Maori Club and their 1984 NZ Number one hit “Poi e”. An excellent background to the song by Ngoi Pewhairangi an…

Name stones for the collage area to help tamariki recognise and copy their names. A Maori kōwhaiwhai pattern on the opposite side add interest and will help with early recognition. Ask the children to find their name for you everytime you write their names on to their art work.

Name stones for the collage area to help tamariki recognise and copy their…


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