Digital children's books for free!  This one is "Kapai Counts to 10" (Maori and English)

Digital children's books for free! This one is "Kapai Counts to (Maori and English)

Hatupatu and Kurangaituku - Maori Legend Animation

Teaching Myths and Legends:▶ Hatupatu and Kurangaituku - Maori Legend Animation…

Māori Myths, Legends and Contemporary Stories. Here, you are able to view a collection of myths and legends alongside contemporary stories reflecting themes relevant to today's world.

Māori Myths, Legends and Contemporary Stories. Here, you are able to view a collection of myths and legends alongside contemporary stories reflecting themes relevant to today's world.

Matariki game

Matariki game

This clip is a reading of the Seven Stars of Matariki by the author, Toni Rolleston-Cummins

The 7 Sistars of Pleiades~Listen carefully!

The Matariki story

The Matariki story

Ranginui and Papatuanuku -part one

Ranginui and Papatuanuku -part one

Using Maori Pedagogies

Using the wharenui for reading literacy and language - a project by Unitec. Linking Literacy to Mason Durie's Te Whare Tapa Whā

▶ Tales from the mythologies of Creation, Maui and Aoraki - YouTube

Tales from the mythologies of Creation, Maui and Aoraki - Te Reo, Video - NZEDGE

Te Ika a Maui

Teaching myths and legends:Te Ika a Maui

Stories of New Zealand's Extraordinary Landscape - Rona / The Moon -- Maori legend to explain the "man in the moon"

One night, a woman named Rona went to get some water. As she walked, the moon went behind a cloud, causing her to trip over. Rona was angry and she yelled at.

The Legend of Matariki

The Legend of Matariki

Rathkeale College :Matariki

Rathkeale College :Matariki

Part 2 of 3 The tribal history of Taranaki

Part 2 of 3 The tribal history of Taranaki

Te Huinga Raukura is a reading programme for students who are beginning to read and write te reo Māori. This set of resources, Te Huinga Ruakura: Amokura, is aimed at the Ngā Kete Kōrero framework levels Harakeke E and I.

Te Huinga Raukura is a reading programme for students who are beginning to read and write te reo Māori. This set of resources, Te Huinga Ruakura: Amokura, is aimed at the Ngā Kete Kōrero framework levels Harakeke E and I.

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