MATARIKI - Wishing Star
A creative classroom activity for celebrating Matariki (the Māori New Year). Hiwa-i-te-rangi is one of the 9 stars in the Matariki star cluster. It is known as the 'wishing star'. This star has a connection to our hopes, dreams and aspirations for the year ahead. The Process: 1. Draw pattern...
7 or 9 stars of Matariki? check out the resources & ideas.
Are there seven or nine stars? The answer would impact on my resources and teaching. Matariki is not too far away and knew it was time to have conversations and reflect. Dr Rangi Matamua has been sharing a misconception that there are 7 stars when there are 9. In his book Matariki: the star of the year he explores ques
Dein Marktplatz, um Handgemachtes zu kaufen und verkaufen.
This kit includes materials and instructions for making a beautiful watercolor lantern. When the lamp is lit, a star pattern will emerge as though by magic. But it's not really magic- it's just beautiful geometry! Children of any age can paint the lamp and enjoy watching the shapes fit together as the lamp is constructed by an adult. Older children will be able to participate fully in the process of building the lantern. The results will be a gorgeous gift to give or enjoy at home…
I have many Matariki resources for you to use in your learning space to delight and engage your ākonga! Enjoy these Matariki resources at home or in school.