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Ka wani ke! Now this is Maori Time!! This is from domesticscene.wordpress! Excellent for advanced learners of Te Reo, here are the maori name for parts of the day. #reobits

Te Ara Reo wiki 7 [wāhanga o te rā/ parts of the day]

Our aim is to use these descriptions of the natural world in our everyday kōrero instead of using time measurements. Eg: I oho aku tamariki i te Ata hāpara (My kids woke up at dawn). Pō / Night At…

Ngā mihi whanau! Me timata tātou ki te kōrerotia, ki te mihia ēnei mihimihi i ngā wā, i ngā wāhi katoa! Mauri Ora!

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“Ngā mihi whanau! Me timata tātou ki te kōrerotia, ki te mihia ēnei mihimihi i ngā wā, i ngā wāhi katoa! Mauri Ora!”

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Te Reo phrases to use in class

Te Reo phrases to use in class

Marae Bilingual Chart Set | Te Reo Maori Resources

Marae Bilingual Chart Set

Two bilingual charts in this set - one chart shows a photo of a whare nui with labels in Maori and Engligh. The second chart lists the names of the key parts of a marae welcome

Poster to share the months of the year in Māori. Free and printable from Classroom Treasures.

Classroom Treasures

A blog sharing free printable clip art, posters and resources for classrooms, teachers and parents.

the Art Curator for Kids - Art Around the World - New Zealand - Maori - Parts of Wharenui, Te Whare Runanga labeled

Masterpiece Monday & Art Around the World - Day #10 - Maori of New Zealand

Today for a Masterpiece Monday and Art Around the World two-fer, we're traveling to New Zealand to learn about the Māori people, who are the indigenous Polynesian peoples of New Zealand. They have a rich

Classroom Treasures: Days of the Week/Months of the Year

Days of the Week/Months of the Year

Posters to share the days of the week and months of the year in Māori. Free and printable from Classroom Treasures.

Springston Waka Endeavour: Te Reo: Mihi

Te Reo: Mihi

WALT: Write our own mini using an adapted format. Recite our own mini with correct pronunciation. Recall our mini from memory. It's all about me and where I fit into my family. Your mihi tells the story of the place and the people you beloing to. It is an eassy way for people you are meetingto make connections as they see if they are related or know your family. Task: As you can see - everything flows from the mountain, through the river and the waka is on it. Then the people settle so this…