Maori Language Classroom Decor Set - Word & Phrase Posters, Birthday Chart, Alphabet, Days of Week+ | Teaching Resources
Colourful Maori Language Classroom Decor Set - Word & Phrase Posters, Birthday Chart, Alphabet, Days of Week+ This pack of resources is everything you need to brighten up your classroom and create instant impact! There are language posters, birthday posters, months of the year and days of the week for display boards, alphabet posters and welcome/goodbye signs for your classroom door. Perfect for helping students learn Te Reo kupu (words) and phrases. 16 colour posters cover topics such as…
Maori Karakia or prayer... May the sun bring you energy by day May the moon softly restore you by night May the rain wash away your worries May the wind blow new strength into your being May you walk on this earth in peace all the days of your life and know its beauty for ever and ever, amen
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Māori Origins of Tā Moko/Te Pū o Tā Moko: Whaka-rūau-Moko, (god/atua of earthquakes and volcanic activity), the youngest child of Rangi-nui and Papa-tū-ānuku was responsible for the deep uneven grooves left within the surface terrain of his mother while still within her whare tangata. The trembling of his current scarred the earth creating the first sacred forms of Moko. Rūaumoko is also known as Rūaimoko, Whakarūaumoko also Rūaimokoroa.
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Customs: This is an image of the core values. An outsider has to know Maori’s customs if they visit a marae (meeting ground). The common ones are Tikanga customs. Two parts of it are Manaakitanga and Kaitiakitanga. Manaakitanga is hospitality and kindness, which is welcoming guests. The government knows it as one of the two core values of tourism. Kaitiakitanga is the respect and guardianship natives have for their environment like, mana, tapu (spiritual restrictions), and Mauri (Life…
A Beautiful Maori Blessing
A friend recently shared this Maori blessing on facebook. I thought it so beautiful I wanted to share it with you. The Maori words are beautiful to the ear and the translation is poetic and calming…