Bilingual Class Commands - Blackboard Jungle
CODE: VT62M Brilliant to encourage a rich class programme and learning environment. Best value English and Maori language posters available...
Types of tukutuku designs
These diagrams show some of the most common tukutuku patterns and their names (although names vary from tribe to tribe). In more recent times, tukutuku panels have also included representational designs such as the kiwi and whare.
FLAXWEAVING This unique form of the weaving craft was invented by Maori specifically for native flax (harakeke) and is a good representative of one of the most fundamental creative acts by human beings, taking raw materials from nature and processing them into useful articles of beauty. It requires no machinery, only a blade of some type and a good pair of hands. Maori mainly used the edge of a mussel shell, I find it easier to use an old table knife with bone handle and shortened blade…
eff yeah indigenous fashion!
This blog is curated by indigenous people to showcase indigenous art, fashion and design and to celebrate and appreciate indigenous artists’ flair, talent and work. We gladly welcome submissions from all fields of indigenous-designed or made fashion in order to make this blog more inclusive and representative!
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