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The question I hear most often is "How can I incorporate more te reo into my classroom when I'm still learning myself?" It is a question I love! I have discussed games and activities, waiata School Resources, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Maori Songs, Striving Together, Waitangi Day, Maori Symbols, Maori Designs, Nz Art
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Te Reo, Whakataukii and Growth Mindset

The question I hear most often is "How can I incorporate more te reo into my classroom when I'm still learning myself?" It is a question I love! I have discussed games and activities, waiata and videos/apps. There are many good resources on TKI and He reo tupu he reo ora. However you can have all of the resources in Aotearoa but that doesn't necessarily help getting the language across to you or your ākonga. What it requires is a plan. A methodical plan with a structure. I'm going to write a…

The question I hear most often is "How can I incorporate more te reo into my classroom when I'm still learning myself?" It is a question I love! I have discussed games and activities, waiata School Resources, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Maori Songs, Striving Together, Waitangi Day, Maori Symbols, Maori Designs, Nz Art
Maori SongsStriving TogetherMaori Symbols

Te Reo, Whakataukii and Growth Mindset

The question I hear most often is "How can I incorporate more te reo into my classroom when I'm still learning myself?" It is a question I love! I have discussed games and activities, waiata and videos/apps. There are many good resources on TKI and He reo tupu he reo ora. However you can have all of the resources in Aotearoa but that doesn't necessarily help getting the language across to you or your ākonga. What it requires is a plan. A methodical plan with a structure. I'm going to write a…

Using Whakataukī in the Classroom: Whakatauki are such a rich part of te ao Māori. In Aotearoa te ao Māori is founded on a deep tradition of oral hītori. Whakataukī hold a wealth of knowledge, long on meaning but short enough to learn, say and Teaching Activities, Classroom Activities, Teaching Resources, Maori Songs, Waitangi Day, Maori Designs, Nz Art, Maori Art, Polynesian Culture
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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.

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DISSENY KORU

DISSENY KORU- alumnes de 6è Koru és la paraula maori per a la forma en espiral basada en la fulla nova de la falguera, que simbolitza la nova vida, el creixement, la força i la pau. Es tracta d'un símbol integral i una icona de Nova Zelanda. La forma circular del koru ajuda a transmetre la idea de moviment perpetu i a la vegada, suggereix un retorn al punt d'origen. El koru també pot assemblar-se a una ona que s'encrespa en xocar contra la vora del mar. La forma koru ha estat emprada per…

Green Grubs Garden Club: Let's celebrate Māori language week! Chris Garver, Foo Dog, Borneo, School Resources, Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources, Hands On Activities, Learning Activities, Maori Words
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Let’s celebrate Māori language week!

Check out student artwork posted to Artsonia from the Koru Paintings project gallery at Alum Creek Elementary School. Maori Art, Painting Gallery, Art Gallery, Teaching Art, Teaching Resources, Art Lesson Plans, Art Portfolio, Art School, School Ideas
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Let’s celebrate Māori language week! Kiwiana, Teacher Blogs, My Emotions, Hands On Activities, Lets Celebrate, Free Printables, Language, Let It Be, Celebrities
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Let’s celebrate Māori language week!

Do your students love the demi-god Māui? Learn more about him with these Māui Myths Lower Primary reading passages and questions. Guided Reading, Teaching Reading, Close Reading, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Teaching Materials, Teaching Ideas, Traditional Literature, Higher Order Thinking

Māui Myths Lower Primary | Māori Myths and Legends | Top Teaching Tasks

Do your students love the demi-god Māui? Learn more about him with these Māui Myths Lower Primary reading passages and questions. You're welcome! This

Explore the mythical world of Māori Gods and Supernatural Beings with our engaging activities. Integrate the Maori culture into your reading program with Language Activities, Art Activities, Hawaiian Tribal Tattoos, Samoan Tribal, Filipino Tribal, Maori Legends, Figurative Language Activity, Teaching Materials, Teaching Ideas
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Figurative Language Activities | Figurative Language Worksheets

Help your students to understand the difference between literal and figurative language with our engaging activities. These tasks will ensure retention of each skill while encouraging the use of figurative elements in your students' writing.In this complete Figurative Language unit, you will receive...