Common Maori Classroom Phrases Charts | Maori Posters

Common Maori Classroom Phrases Charts

23 common commands and 6 common questions are listed on this fantastic chart in both Te Reo and English. Ideal for introducing everyday Maori language into classrooms

Everything flows from the mountain, through the river. Then the people settle, so this is the order in which we say our mini. Below is the template we have used to write our mihi's.

Writing a Mihi

Te reo in the classroom

Te reo in the classroom

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Te tinana / The body (Maori)…

Whare 3d model

Whare 3d model

Greetings Bilingual Chart Set | Te Reo Maori Resources

Greetings Bilingual Chart Set

Set of 2 charts

Niho

Greetings and farewells

Green Grubs Garden Club: Lyrics for the Māori version of the 'Hokey-Tokey' song!

Position cards - English and Te Reo Māori

karakia mo te moana - Google Search

karakia mo te moana - Google Search

A3 laminated poster

A3 laminated poster

~FREE PRINATABLES~ Lyrics for the Māori version of the 'Hokey-Tokey' song! {Green Grubs Garden Club Blog}

Green Grubs Garden Club: Lyrics for the Māori version of the 'Hokey-Tokey' song!

Kids describe Maori gods - Tawhirimatea

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Springston Te Reo : E hia nga - how many things?

Springston Te Reo : Teaching Resources, starts with pronunciation videos. Based on Te Ara Reo course PD, done at Springston

This te reo Maori resource is a wonderful little activity.By playing the dice game you will be fast tracking some Achievement Objectives or using as revision.This is a tried and true activity and can be used as individual, self-directed or group work.Dice 1-konga write their answers to these questions on the dice, with the help of a reference sheet.1.Ko wai t ingoa? -Whats your name?2.N hea koe? -Where are you from?3.Kei te phea koe?

Te Reo Māori- *THE BASICS* - Level 1 questions

This te reo Maori resource is a wonderful little activity. By playing the dice game you will be fast tracking some Achievement Objectives or using as revision. This is a tried and true activity and can be used as individual, self-directed or group work.

164 pages of centers based on the book Put Me In The Zoo by Robert Lopshire. Activities include letter matching, beginning sounds, one to one correspondence, subitizing, shapes, colors, reading, prepositions, writing, counting, spelling, tracing, no prep, positional words, pencil control, clip cards, patterns, visual discrimination, ten frames, number sets, cardinality, tracing, fine motor, literacy, math, and more. For kindergarten, preschool, SPED, child care, homeschool, early childhood.

Put Me In The Zoo Centers Activities Book Companion Math Literacy Fine Motor

164 pages of centers based on the book Put Me In The Zoo by Robert Lopshire. Activities include letter matching, beginning sounds, one to one correspondence, subitizing, shapes, colors, reading, prepositions, writing, counting, spelling, tracing, no prep, positional words, pencil control, clip cards, patterns, visual discrimination, ten frames, number sets, cardinality, tracing, fine motor, literacy, math, and more. For kindergarten, preschool, SPED, child care, homeschool, early childhood.

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