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We have been learning about Matariki and the constellation. Matariki is a small cluster of stars and it is also known as Plieades. Play Based Learning, Kids Learning, Learning Stories, School Resources, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Art, Waitangi Day, Maori Words

Matariki Fact Recall

We have been learning about Matariki and the constellation. Matariki is a small cluster of stars and it is also known as Plieades. There are several hundred stars but only seven of them can be seen. Matariki is a traditional Maori New Year. Matariki is celebrated with education and sharing ideas. Matariki is a time for remembering people you've lost.

Teaching Resource: A poster to display in your classroom during Matariki (Māori New Year). Early Childhood Activities, Childhood Education, School Resources, Teaching Resources, Maori Songs, Maori Symbols, Food Art For Kids, Maori Designs, Maori Art

Matariki Poster Teaching Resource | Teach Starter

Teaching Resource: A poster to display in your classroom during Matariki (Māori New Year).

Art we did using dyes and weaving in harakeke looks really effective on the walls Nz Art, Art For Art Sake, Artists For Kids, Art For Kids, Maori Symbols, Maori Patterns, Flax Weaving, Maori Designs, Maori Art

Art we did using pastel and weaving in harakeke looks really effective on the walls

Te Huihui o Matariki (The Seven Stars of Matariki Te Reo Maori Edition) Art Activities For Toddlers, The Pleiades, Nz Art, City Library, Star Constellations, Rainbow Fish, Maori Art, The Brethren, The Seven

The Seven Stars of Matariki - Christchurch City Libraries

The Seven Stars of Matariki (Book) : Rolleston-Cummins, Toni : When Mitai's seven handsome brothers are bewitched by seven beautiful wahine, Mitai seeks advice and learns that the women are patupaiarehe and must be cast far away. They are given to Urutengangana, the god of the stars, who places them in the far away heavens. Yet once a year, at winter solstice, he allows them to shine in the Eastern sky. An original story. Suggested level: junior, primary.