Matariki – Māori New Year 2016
Matariki – the Māori New Year – will take place on Pipiri 6 June 2016. During Matariki we celebrate our unique place in the world. We give respect to the whenua on which we live, and ad…
Beautiful Baking Soda Cornstarch Clay for Beach Crafts for Kids
Easy baking soda clay for creating a beach craft for kids. Form white baking soda and cornstach clay into seashells, starfish, and more.
Maori Taonga - Maori Jewellery Reference by Hapuka on DeviantArt
Haere Mai (Welcome Everyone!), feel free to use this as reference for any Maori carvings you may be interested in doing. You can also combine different ... Maori Taonga - Maori Jewellery Reference
Maori art for Kids - Review and Giveaway!
It's that time of year again, New Zealand Book Awards for children and young adults awards. This year they have a Children's choice voting section which is a great addition to these fabulous awards, I love the idea of children getting a chance to vote for books that they love. My children and I have had the wonderful opportunity to review two books in the Children's choice section. The first up is Maori Art for Kids by Julie Noanoa and Norm Heke. Inside this book are 15 art activities for…