CPR Critical Histories - Te Ao Maori o Nehera 5

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Unit One Section Five: Tangata whenua.

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Teaching Myths and Legends:▶ Hatupatu and Kurangaituku - Maori Legend Animation… Hawaiian Tribal Tattoos, Samoan Tribal, Filipino Tribal Tattoos, The Power Of Myth, Maori Legends, Maori Symbols, Legend Stories, Cross Tattoo For Men, Teaching Literature

Hatupatu and Kurangaituku - Maori Legend Animation

Preston made an adaptation/mash-up of the various versions of the Hatupatu legend for his Major Project 2005. Maori legend kick ass!

Ngake and Whātaitai the taniwha of Wellington harbour / Māori Myths, Legends and Contemporary Stories / Te Reo Māori / Support materials / Home - Mātauranga Māori Maori Art, Bowser, Mythology, New Zealand, Glass Art, Arts And Crafts, Colours, Quilts, Contemporary

Ngake and Whātaitai the taniwha of Wellington harbour / Māori Myths, Legends and Contemporary Stories / Te Reo Māori / Support materials / Home - Mātauranga Māori

The myth of Ngake and Whataitai taniwha, Wellington Harbour.

Different things to do in Auckland? Visit Stardome Observatory & check out the planetarium shows. School holiday events & venue hire available. School Holidays, Holidays And Events, Astronomical Observatory, Senior Student, Science Week, Solar System Planets, Primary Science, Auckland New Zealand, Mission To Mars

Stardome

Looking for inspiration? Take a trip into space at Stardome Observatory & Planetarium, one of Auckland's most popular and best-loved attractions.

Descriptions and instructions on how to play some Māori games. New Zealand, Schedule, Play, Games, Maori, Timeline, Gaming, Plays, Game

Games and Pastimes | NZETC

Descriptions and instructions on how to play some Māori games.

The taniwha Āraiteuru, on a New Zealand Post stamp Maori Art, Loki, New Zealand, Supernatural, Spiderman, Stencils, Creatures, Stamp, Lettering

Taniwha

Supernatural creatures – some terrifying, others protective – are legendary in Māori tradition. Known as taniwha, they lurked in watery dens, or in caves, and were often depicted as dragons or serpents, with fiery eyes and lashing tails. Crucial to the stories of deadly taniwha were the ...

Matariki / National events and the NZC / Curriculum resources / Kia ora - NZ Curriculum Online Cultural Identity, Cultural Diversity, Next New Moon, Treaty Of Waitangi, Message For Teacher, The Pleiades, School Community, Reading Resources, Time To Celebrate

Matariki / National events and the NZC / Curriculum resources / Kia ora - NZ Curriculum Online

Matariki resources at TKI: interactives, reading resources, YouTube clips, and other websites.

Information about rāhui. Conservation, History, Maori, Historia, Canning

Māori conservation traditions

Surviving in a new land When the Polynesian ancestors of Māori arrived in New Zealand after a long time at sea, they would have been astonished by the abundance of food. Moa and fur seals were easy to catch. But within 100–200 years, moa and other large birds were extinct, and...

‘Voices of Tāwhirimatea’. Kiwi Kidsongs with Māori musical instruments, and includes digital activities. Kiwi, Musical Instruments, Online Art, Art History, Mythology, The Voice, Musicals, Singing, The Unit

Music Units - Voices of Tāwhirimatea | Arts Online

Arts Online is an online community with teaching resources for dance, drama, visual arts, art history, music and drama for Arts teachers in primary and secondary schools in New Zealand and world-wide.

A range of Māori games, origin myth, photos, videos and documents. Activity Games, Activities, Youth, Range, The Unit, History, Videos, Photos, Maori

Games and Activities for Maori Youth

Games and Activities for Maori Youth

Great resource for kids to make their own books/ pukapuka in te reo Māori! How To Remove, How To Make, Language, The Unit, Teaching, Memes, Books, Range, Kids

Downloads — Kotahi Mano Kāika

Downloads — Kotahi Mano Kāika. From interactive bilingual readers, to Māori Language Week resources, there is a range of helpful material.

animation that helps to explain the journey of a spirit to Cape Reinga. Bride Of Frankenstein, Trippy, Buses, Short Film, 1980s, Beaches, Cape, Spirituality, Journey

Te Rerenga Wairua | Short Film | NZ On Screen

Te Rerenga Wairua - This trippy animation follows the spirit of a person killed in a motorway car accident. The life force (wairua) runs through forest and beaches on its journey to Te Rerenga Wairua (Cape Rēinga). En route it meets tourist buses and other spirits, before reaching the gnarly pohutukawa and making the leap towards Hawaiki-Nui. There's a real native joy in seeing contemporary 80s animation enliven ancient Māori spiritual concepts. Joe Wylie (Toy Love's Bride of Frankenstein)…

Stories of New Zealand's Extraordinary Landscape - Taniwha New Zealand, Creatures, Waves, Landscape, History, Beach, Concept, Outdoor, Maori

Stories of New Zealand's Extraordinary Landscape - Taniwha

Fabulous monsters that live in the water, Taniwha could be terrifying creatures that captured people and ate them. Others were kaitiaki, or protectors of iwi...

Join us at over 100 events celebrating our Māori culture at the Matariki Festival in Auckland, 22 June to 14 July The Unit, History, Movies, Movie Posters, Maori, Historia, Films, Film Poster, Cinema

Matariki Festival

Whakanuia te tau hou Māori, 20 o Pipiri ki 15 o Hōngongoi 2020. Celebrate the Māori new year with Matariki Festival, 20 June to 15 July 2020. #MatarikiFestival