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CONNECTING WITH NATURE THROUGH MUSICAL PLAY
CONNECTING WITH NATURE THROUGH MUSICAL PLAY. JULIE WYLIE Children feel at home in the balanced ecosystem of nature, because it is here that they and their playing belong. Nature is a constant source of beauty, inspiration and imagination. The child’s…Read more ›
An interesting holistic model for health according to the eight tentacles of the Octopus, Te Wheke in Maori culture
The Maori (the indigenous people of New Zealand) which includes myself, have a very different way of defining health outcomes compared to western medicine. Te Wheke (the octopus) is often used as a symbol to define integrative and holistic health. This holistic approach to health encompasses ten elements in Maori life. Funnily enough this holistic…
Kapa Haka Commands - Blackboard Jungle
Brilliant to encourage a rich language programme and learning environment. Colour printed on A3 card and laminated on both sides with heavy duty laminate.
Whānau Roopū Minutes - Thanks Haley!
Te Roopū whanau minutes 12 March - 2015 Whanau arrived between 5.35 and 6.10 Rosie started with karakia - then we had a kai Whanau members p...
Koru Art – 4 Different Templates
The koru is a popular symbol in New Zealand. Here is a set of 4 different templates that can be used in a variety of ways .... you decide! The 4 Templates: ♦ Plain (koru only) ♦ Radiating lines behind koru ♦ Patchwork lines behind koru ♦ Radiating lines with patterns behind koru *** Refer to t...
Using Whakataukī in the Classroom
Enjoy this freebie te reo Māori printable in your school, home or office. Whakatauki are such a rich part of te ao Māori. Te Ao Māori is founded on a deep tradition of oral history.