Use kowhaiwhai patterns to make Maori culture visible in your centre

Use kowhaiwhai patterns to make Maori culture and the traditional patterns of the swirls and curved lines

Maori masks depicting Maori gods. The symmetrical motifs in the background were part of a mathematics lesson.

The symmetrical motifs in the background were part of a mathematics lesson.

Introducing..used for this classes pepeha, greeting used when meeting people for first time.

Mr Hauiti taught us how to say a Pepeha. This is a greeting in Maori that we could use when we are meeting a group of people for the first .

A delightful, easy introduction to saying how you feel using Te Reo. Young and old alike will be able to describe whether they are feeling hoha (bored), makariri (cold), matekai (hungry) or simply tinopai rawe (fantastic)! A pronunciation guide in the back of the book gives new learners to Te Reo a simple guide to the language.

A delightful, easy introduction to saying how you feel using Te Reo. Young and…

Children draw themselves and ask the question What is your name? and say My name is..... In Te reo

Children draw themselves and ask the question What is your name? and say My name is. In Te reo

Dance Dance Song for Kids | Maori Poi Song | Children Love to Sing Action Songs - YouTube

Childrens song from around the world - join in with this fun Maori poi song "Rere Atu" is a children's dance song. This is sung in both Te Reo Maori (languag.


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