From my native homeland.  The curled Ponga (Tree Fern) koru. The koru is the budlike beginning of a fern leaf before it opens. The symbol is prominent in traditional Maori art motifs such as bone and wood carvings, and tattoos (moko). The unfurling koru leaf pattern represents new beginnings.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

The curled Ponga (Tree Fern) koru. The koru is the budlike beginning of a fern leaf before it opens. The symbol is prominent in traditional Maori art motifs such as bone and wood carvings, and tattoos (moko).

Harakeke Classroom Chart | Te Reo Maori Resources

Two bilingual charts describing the harakeke plant and it's traditional and contemporary uses

Students understand the differences between myths and legends. This poster provides a list of characteristics of each genre. This poster is grounded in the Common Core State Standards -- FREE --

Students understand the differences between myths and legends. This poster provides a list of characteristics of each genre. This poster is grounded in the Common Core State Standards -- FREE --

maori designs for kids | Indesign Arts and Crafts

For the last three weeks of this term we have chosen to learn about dragons. This week we are learning about Taniwha.

maori designs for kids | Indesign Arts and Crafts

For the last three weeks of this term we have chosen to learn about dragons. This week we are learning about Taniwha.

maori koru designs - would look effective as a class art display

maori koru designs - would look effective as a class art display

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Koru Connect Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Roseanne Jones

Koru Connect Painting by Roseanne Jones - Koru Connect Fine Art Prints and…

This te reo Maori resource is a wonderful little activity.By playing the dice game you will be fast tracking some Achievement Objectives or using as revision.This is a tried and true activity and can be used as individual, self-directed or group work.Dice 1-konga write their answers to these questions on the dice, with the help of a reference sheet.1.Ko wai t ingoa? -Whats your name?2.N hea koe? -Where are you from?3.Kei te phea koe?

Te Reo Māori- *THE BASICS* - Level 1 questions

This te reo Maori resource is a wonderful little activity. By playing the dice game you will be fast tracking some Achievement Objectives or using as revision. This is a tried and true activity and can be used as individual, self-directed or group work.

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