Common Maori Classroom Phrases Charts
23 common commands and 6 common questions are listed on this fantastic chart in both Te Reo and English. Ideal for introducing everyday Maori language into classrooms
Trust Reo (@TrustReo)
The latest Tweets from Trust Reo (@TrustReo). We are Tōku Reo Charitable Trust located in Lower Hutt, Pōneke! We are committed to the revitalisation of Te Reo Māori in our community. Ekena Te Waka Reo. Lower Hutt
Room 10 Nelson Central School 2015
Welcome back to our first blog post for Term 2. This term we will be sharing focusing on Maori whakatauki or proverb each month and a new Maori word each week. The kupu o te wiki was kura meaning school. This is how it can be used in a sentence: He nui taku kura. My school is big. The whakatauki for April is: Sam and I are both very impressed with how the children have turned into real experts when it comes to folding and recycling their milk cartons, a great start to our Zero Waste topic…
Magnetic Maori Feelings - Emojis
Common emotions are written in Te Reo and come in a handy magnetic form for easy classroom use. The English equivalent is shown underneath and emoji faces are included as an extra way to enforce each emotion.