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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.

Kei te pēhea koe? - How are you? / Curriculum level 1 / Te reo Māori lesson plans / Teacher tools / Home - Te reo Māori

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Posters with Mori names of Planets including the Sun. Bilingual and Mori version. Planets are sized so students can see how they compare to each other. A simple worksheet is also included where students match the name of the planets to a worksheetSuitable for mainstream or immersion classesIncluded are- Bilingual posters - Te Reo posters- Worksheetclick here for all of my Maori resources--Customer Tips: How to get TPT credit to use on future purchases: Please go to your My Purchases page…

Maori Solar System Posters

Posters with Māori names of Planets including the Sun. Bilingual and Māori version. Planets are sized so students can see how they compare to each other. A simple worksheet is also included where students match the name of the planets to a worksheet

WALT: Identify the meaning behind Māori place names. Task: 1. Use the Māo ri Online Dictionary to help you find our the meanings...

These resources have been gathered as part of our school professional development for 2013 with The Wānanga o Aotearoa. Kia ora to our kaiako Anaru and Tettere for sowing the seeds.

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