Kōrero pūrākau o Matariki: Matariki teaching resource 2016, Part 2 – Storytelling through dance | Te Papa’s Blog
Suitable for: Early childhood, primary, and keen storytellers of any age This is the second instalment of our Matariki resource for 2016. Part 1: Storytelling In Part 1, we explored storytelling as a Māori tradition full of drama, imagery and action. In Part 2, you’ll learn how to bring creative movementRead more
CONNECTING WITH NATURE THROUGH MUSICAL PLAY
CONNECTING WITH NATURE THROUGH MUSICAL PLAY. JULIE WYLIE Children feel at home in the balanced ecosystem of nature, because it is here that they and their playing belong. Nature is a constant source of beauty, inspiration and imagination. The child’s…Read more ›
Māori Shapes - Blackboard Jungle
CODE: VT15M Ähua - Shapes Promote and encourage Te Reo Maori in your class environment or learning centre with this...
Māori harvesting seasons
The traditional food economy was based around the different seasons, as shown by this chart. Māori needed a complex understanding of the natural world to maximise harvesting.
Maori religion and mythology. Illustrated by translations of traditions, karakia, &c., to which are added notes on Maori tenure of land : Shortland, Edward, 1812-1893 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
Weather Bilingual Chart
This bilingual weather chart is ideal to display year-round. Includes sunny, rainy, lightning, rainbow, hail, cloudy, windy, snowy, foggy and stary night